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Date: 4 to 18 July 2015
Place: Port Moresby
South Pacific Commission took a step head to bring all the cultures and meeting the minds of interest among the Sovereign nation. South Pacific Commission leads to the formations of first South Pacific Games in 1962. The events were organized to promote, develop sports and bring unity among the nations of the South Pacific and its people. With Spirit of Sportsmanship and Friendship, the first games were commenced in the year 1963 in Suva, Fiji.
The games were held for every three years for the first three Pacific Games commencing it to Four years from the fourth edition of Pacific Games. Dr A.H. Sahu Khan originated the idea of establishing sports, as it would bring the honor to the nations and healthy relationship among themselves. The idea led to the meeting of 9 territories, awarded Fiji to honor the first games. Australia and New Zealand were not a part of the council and were not allowed to take part in the Games. The South Pacific nations experienced dominance in the Games and were not allowed. But, were allowed to take part in four sport events on a provisional basis in 2015 games and were allowed to send participants only in Rugby sevens, Sailing, Taekwondo and Weight Lifting. These sports are included due to the South Pacific nations had proven competitive against them in the past.
Since 1981 South Pacific nations has also run the Pacific Mini Games also called as South Pacific Mini Games and rotated on a four year basis followed in between the main games.
|1963||I||Suva, Viti Levu||Fiji||29 August - 8 September|
|1966||II||Nouméa, South Province||New Caledonia||8–18 December|
|1969||III||Port Moresby||Papua and New Guinea||13–23 August|
|1971||IV||Papeete, Tahiti||French Polynesia||25 August - 5 September|
|1979||VI||Suva, Viti Levu||Fiji||28 August - 8 September|
|1983||VII||Apia, Upolu||Western Samoa||5–16 September|
|1987||VIII||Nouméa||New Caledonia||8–20 December|
|1991||IX||Port Moresby||Papua New Guinea||7–21 September|
|1995||X||Papeete, Tahiti||French Polynesia||25 August - 5 September|
|1999||XI||Santa Rita||Guam||29 May - 12 June|
|2003||XII||Suva, Viti Levu||Fiji||28 June - 12 July|
|2007||XIII||Apia, Upolu||Samoa||25 August - 8 September|
|2011||XIV||Nouméa||New Caledonia||27 August - 10 September|
|2015||XV||Port Moresby||Papua New Guinea||4–18 July|