Southeast Asian Games 2015

28th SEA Games 2015

Southeast Asian Games involving participants from 11 countries of Southeast Asia and is a Multisport event organized every alternate year. Southeast Asian Games are also known as SEAP Games and games are under the regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federation under the supervision of Olympic Council of Asia and International Olympic Committee.

History:

The SEAP owes its origin in the year 1958 as group of delegates from the countries in Southeast Asia attending the Asian Games in Tokyo, and Japan had organized a meeting for the establishment of Sport Organization. The Southeast Asian Games will help promote and organize understanding, cooperation, relations and mutual coordination among the Southeast Asian Countries. The organizations have the countries of Southeast Asia and that are Thailand, Burma, Malaya, Laos, South Vietnam, Singapore and Cambodia also the founding members of the organization. These countries agreed to hold the games once in every two years and then Southeast Asian Peninsular Games Federation Committee was found. The first SEAP games were held in the year 1959 from 12-17 th of Dec in Bangkok and comprising of 12 sports that include participation of more than 527 athletes from 7 countries of Southeast Asia. The inclusion of three other countries, namely Brunei, Indonesia and the Philippines took place in the year 1975 but inclusion of them was done in the year 1977. In the same year the name of the organization was changed to the Southeast Asian Games Federation and was known as Southeast Asian Games. The 28th Southeast Asian Games will be host by city-state of Singapore.

2015 Facts

Host city Singapore
Nations participating 11
Athletes participating ~700
Events 402 in 36 sports
Opening ceremony 5 June 2015
Closing ceremony 16 June 2015
Officially opened by Tony Tan
Main venue Singapore National Stadium

Southeast Asian Games 2015 Participating Countries

  • Brunei
  • Cambodia
  • Indonesia
  • Laos
  • Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Timor-Leste
  • Vietnam

2015 Development and Preparation

Position Name Designation
Chairman Mr Lawrence Wong Acting Minister, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information
Members Mr Chan Chun Sing Minister, Ministry of Social and Family Development. Second Minister, Ministry of Defence
Ms Indranee Rajah Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Law
Mrs Carmee Lim Founder and President of Aoede Music Enterprise
Mr Low Teo Ping Vice-President, Singapore National Olympic Council
Mr Masagos Zulkifli Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Mr Mohamed Abdul Jaleel Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Mini Environment Service Group
Mr Valerio Nannini Managing Director, Nestle Singapore Pte Ltd
Ms Annabel Pennefather Vice-President, Singapore National Olympic Council
Mr Brian Richmond Radio Personality, MediaCorp Pte Ltd
Mr Saktiandi Supaat Head, FX Research Team, Global Markets, Global Banking, Maybank
Mr Manu Sawhney Director, Manchester United Limited
Mr Seah Moon Ming Executive Director and Group CEO of Pavilion Energy Pte Ltd and Pavilion Gas Pte Ltd
Mr Richard Seow Yung Liang Chairman, Singapore Sports Council
Dr Tan Eng Liang Vice-President, Singapore National Olympic Council
Ms Jessica Tan Soon Neo Managing Director, Microsoft Singapore
Mr Tan Kian Chew Group Chief Executive Officer, NTUC FairPrice Co-operative Ltd
Mr Leonard Tan Founder and Chief Executive Officer, PurpleClick Media Pte Ltd
Mr Stanley Tan Chairman, National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre
Mrs Josephine Teo Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Transport
Mr Teo Ser Luck Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry and Mayor, North East District

2015 Venues

Cluster Competition Venue Sports
Kallang Cluster National Stadium Athletics (20 km Walk, Marathon), Football
OCBC Arena Hall 1 Netball, Basketball
OCBC Arena Hall 2 Fencing, Volleyball (Indoor)
OCBC Arena Hall 4 Billiards & snooker
Indoor Stadium Table Tennis, Badminton
OCBC Aquatic Centre Aquatics – Diving, Swimming, Synchronized swimming, Waterpolo
Kallang Squash Centre Squash (Singles & Team)
Kallang Tennis Centre Tennis
Kallang Cricket Field Archery
Kallang Softball Field Softball
 
Singapore Expo Expo Hall 1 Boxing, Sepaktakraw, Judo, Pencak Silat
Expo Hall 2 Taekwondo, Wushu
Marina Cluster Marina Bay Traditional Boat Race, Sailing – Keelboat
Marina Channel Canoeing, Rowing

Other

Venue Sports
Bedok Reservoir Water Ski
Bishan Sports Hall Gymnastics
Bishan Stadium Football
Jalan Besar Stadium Football
Choa Chu Kang Stadium Rugby sevens
East Coast Park Triathlon
ITE East Floorball
Marina Barrage Cycling
National Sailing Centre Sailing
National Shooting Centre Shooting (Outdoors)
Orchid Country Club Bowling
Padang Pentaque
Sengkang Hockey Stadium Field hockey
Turf Club Riding Centre Equestrian
Tanglin Club Squash (Jumbo Double)
SAFRA Yishun Shooting (Indoors)

2015 Sponsors

Mediacorp Unicharm Unilever Midea (company)
Panasonic American Express Nestlé Milo Daikin
Samsung Maybank Seiko Singtel
Philips Toyota Yonex UnionPay
Rolex Daihatsu Mikasa Sports DBS Bank
Raymond Weil Mitsubishi Motors MasterCard Deloitte
Manulife Financial Peugeot AXA FairPrice
Nikon Ford Motor Company Mercedes Benz Volvo
Procter & Gamble Subaru Prudential Anderco
Kao Corporation Honda Allianz Kingsmen
Mandom Pepsi Citibank FBT (company)
Lion Corporation Coca Cola Citizen Holdings

Southeast Asian Games 2013 Participating Countries

  • Brunei (BRU)
  • Cambodia (CAM)
  • Indonesia (INA)
  • Laos (LAO)
  • Malaysia (MAS)
  • Myanmar (MYA)
  • Philippines (PHI)
  • Singapore (SIN)
  • Thailand (THA)
  • Timor-Leste (TLS)
  • Vietnam (VIE)

Southeast Asian Games 2011 Venues

Southeast Asian Games 2011 Venues in Palembang

Venues Sports
Dempo Hall Gymnastics (aerobic)
Dempo Sport Complex Weightlifting
Gedung Serbaguna Jakabaring Wrestling
Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium Football
Jakabaring Sport Complex Aquatics (Swimming, diving, synchronized swimming), athletics,
baseball, finswimming, pétanque, roller skating, shooting, softball,
tennis and soft tennis, volleyball (beach), wall climbing, water skiing
Jakabaring Billiard Arena Cue sports
Jayakarta Hotel Chess
Lumban Tirta Arena Aquatics (water polo)
Ranau Gymnastic Hall Gymnastics (artistic and rhythmic)
SPC Jakabaring Sepak takraw
Swarna Dwipa Hotel Bridge
University of Sriwijaya
(Fieldhouse and Sriwijaya Sport Hall)
Boxing, volleyball (indoor)

Southeast Asian Games 2011 Venues in Jakarta

Venues Sports
Ancol Cycling (BMX)
Arthayasa Stables and Country Club Equestrian
Bowling Jaya Ancol Bowling
Gelanggang Remaja Tanjung Priok Vovinam
Gelora Bung Karno Football
Gunung Mas Paragliding
Gunung Pancar Cycling (MTB)
Jagorawi Country Club Golf , Lawn bowls
Lake Cipule Canoeing/kayaking, rowing, traditional boat race
Kelapa Gading Judo Center Judo
Kelapa Gading Sports Mall Basketball
Padepokan Pencak Silat Pencak silat
POPKI Sport Hall Futsal, Taekwondo
Putri Island Aquatics (Open-water swimming)
Senayan Sport Complex:
Istora Senayan, Lapangan ABC, Tennis Indoor
Archery, badminton, karate, wushu
Soemantri Brodjonegoro Sport Complex Table tennis
Subang Road Cycling (road race)
University of Indonesia Fencing
Velodrome Rawamangun Cycling (track)

Southeast Asian Games 2011 Media Coverage

2011 SEA Games Broadcasters in Southeast Asia
IOC Code Country Network Station Television Station Radio Station
INA Indonesia Media Nusantara Citra RCTI, Global TV (Indonesia), MNCTV Radio Republik Indonesia
MAS Malaysia Radio Televisyen Malaysia TV1 Klasik Nasional FM
SIN Singapore Media Corporation of Singapore MediaCorp Channel 5 938LIVE
BRU Brunei Radio Televisyen Brunei RTB TV1 Radio Nasional Brunei
PHI Philippines ABS-CBN Corporation ABS-CBN 2, Studio 23 DZMM-AM 630 kHz
THA Thailand National Broadcasting Services of Thailand NBT Network 1 Radio in Thailand NBT Channel 11 Television in Thailand
MYA Myanmar Myanmar Radio and Television Myanmar Television Myanmar Radio
CAM Cambodia National Radio and Television of Cambodia National Television of Cambodia National Radio of Cambodia
LAO Laos Lao National Radio and Television Lao National Television Lao National Radio
VIE Vietnam Vietnam Television VTV3 Voice of Vietnam
TML Timor Leste Radio-Televisão Timor Leste Televisão Timor Leste Radio Timor Leste