Sea Games 2023: The 2023 Southeast Asian Games commonly known as the 32nd Southeast Asian Games, and commonly known as Cambodia 2023, will be the 32nd edition of the Southeast Asian Games, a biennial sports multi-sport event which will be held from 5 to 16 May 2023 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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Regional action takes centerstage as 11 countries fight for sports supremacy in the 31st Southeast Asian Games from May 12 to 23.
The Philippines aims to defend its overall crown after topping the 2019 edition with a haul of 149 gold, 117 silver, and 121 bronze medals.
Southeast Asia is about to put on a show with the SEA Games 2021 taking place from 12-23 May 2022 in Hanoi, Vietnam.
The 31st edition of the Southeast Asian Games features 40 sports across 526 events and counts on the participation of over 4,5,467 athletes from 11 different nations.
Beijing 2022 plans to recruit 27,000 volunteers for the Olympic Winter Games and 12,000 volunteers for the Paralympic Winter Games.
The volunteers selected will have the unique opportunity to work in one of the Beijing, Yanqing and Zhangjiakou competition zones and play a valuable role in a variety of areas such as international relations, competition operations, and venue operations, etc.
But Vietnam looks to dominate at home as this year’s host after settling for a runner-up finish with a 98 gold-85 silver-105 bronze tally in the 2019 Games in Manila.
Following the announcement of the host selection, Prime Minister Hun Sen approved the final design of the main stadium for the Games.
During Hun Sen’s state visit to Beijing in May 2014, Chinese leader Xi Jinping (also General Secretary of the Communist Party) promised funds for the construction of the main stadium of the new multi-purpose sports complex on Phnom Penh’s Satellite City in Khan Was. Kroe Jong V.
|Host city||Phnom Penh , Cambodia|
|Motto||Sport: Live in Peace
|Opening ceremony||5 May 2023|
|Closing ceremony||16 May 2023|
|Officially opened by||King of Cambodia
|Main venue||Morodok Techo National Stadium|