• The Philippines will host the 30th edition of the South East Asian Games. From the 30th November to 11th December 2019.

  • The Main hub will be in Clark (Northern Philippines) with the creation of the New Clark City Sports Village. The secondary Hub will be in Subic Bay Freeport Zone with the Tertiary Hub in Metro Manila/ nearby areas.

  • There will be 56 sports, with an estimated 8,750 athletes and team officials; 2,050 technical officials, 1,500 press and media attendees; 12,000 volunteers; targeting more than 500 million viewers; synergizing, converging, cooperating for ONE sporting experience of a lifetime!

  • Hectares of Land in Capas, Tarlac Northern Philippines have been dedicated to include all-new Athletic Stadium, Aquatic Center and Athletes Village, in time for the Games in 2019. The creation of the New Clark City Sports Hub banners the “Build, Build, Build” Program of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, with the aim of strengthening initiatives for sustained economic growth.

  • The Philippines ranks 4th in the All-time South East Asian Games medal table, garnering a total of 3,351 (918 Gold, 1076 Silver, 1357 Bronze) over the course of SEA Games history. In 2019, NOC Philippines will aim to reach the top of the medal tally, to help achieve the best edition of the SEA Games.

Meet Pami

Say hi to our bubbly and playful mascot for SEA Games 2019.

Pami is the representation of every nation, sport and person coming together and supporting each other at the games. The name comes from the Tagalog word ‘pamilya’ meaning family.

Pami