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SEA Games 2022: Schedule, Features, Venue, Date, and More Southeast Asian Games



SEA Games 2022 Schedule Features Venue Date and More Southeast Asian Games

The SEA Games committee and the Vietnam Olympic Committee have affirmed that the 2021 SEA Games will be hung on 12-23 May 2022 in Hanoi after the COVID-19 pandemic constrained the biennial multi-event to be postponed from its original schedule, to be specific November 2021. Southeast Asia is going to put on an act with the SEA Games 2021 happening from 12-23 May 2022 in Hanoi, Vietnam. The 31st edition of the Southeast Asian Games features 40 sports across 526 events and relies on the participation of 5,467 athletes from 11 different countries.

The Organizing Committee for the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 21) has declared the details of the schedule and venues of competitions for the regional biggest sports event held in Vietnam this month.

Almost 5,100 athletes from 11 nations in Southeast Asia will contend in 40 games for 526 gold medals.

SEA Games 31 will officially start on May 12. Nonetheless, numerous events like football, kickboxing, diving, futsal, or crash will happen before that day.

The Vietnamese representatives attending the games have an aggregate of 1,341 members; including 951 athletes and 250 coaches. They will strive in all sports at the competition and are expected to win at least 140 gold medals to top the medal tally. Specifically, the delegation is determined to successfully defend the top positions of the two men’s and women’s football teams.

On the afternoon of May 6, the U23 men’s football team of Vietnam started the journey to overcome the gold medal while meeting the Indonesian U23 team. The last option is the adversary that the Vietnamese team defeated three years ago in the Philippines to win the first gold medal in men’s football at the SEA Games.

Olympic gold medallists like the Philippines’ Hidilyn Diaz and Singapore swim star Joseph Schooling will set the bar high while world champions Loh Kean Yew (badminton) and Carlos Yulo (acrobatic) will be out to add to their collection of mainland titles.

Include with the mix the likes of Malaysia’s two-time Olympic diving medallist Pandelela Rinong, Indonesia’s next-gen badminton team, Thailand’s Pleumjit Thinkaow and the Philippine’s Alyssa Valdez who will illuminate the volleyball court, and we’re in for a treat of serious sporting action.

We should not fail to remember local hero Hoang Xuan Vinh, who won Vietnam’s first ever Olympic gold in shooting, and Thailand’s Olympic taekwondo champion Panipak Wongpattanakit.

From martial arts wushu, Pencak silat, and vovinam to sepak takraw, muay Thai, Esports, and all your Olympic top picks, there genuinely is something for everybody to appreciate in Hanoi.

2022 SEA Games live stream and highlights

You can see live streaming and highlights on the SEA Games 31 Viet Nam 2021 YouTube channel, some geo-restrictions might apply relying upon where you are in the world.

2022 SEA Games: COVID-19 regulations

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all athletes and officials entering Vietnam are expected to have a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours of their departure. In somewhere around 24 hours after entry and of their particular event, participants will be tested once more using fast testing.

Assuming an athlete tests positive for COVID-19, they will be quarantined at their assigned office, or shipped to a hospital in extreme cases. For a positive case tested before their respective event, the NOC could replace the competitor with another. Notwithstanding, assuming a positive case turns up while the event is as yet progressing, the competitor can never again participate and their results will be discredited.

Spectators at any events won’t need to show any negative test to enter. Notwithstanding, how many spectators are permitted at a venue relies upon the local COVID-19 situation at the time of competition.

2022 SEA Games: Opening ceremony

The opening ceremony will be held at 19:00 on 12 May 2022 (local time) at Mỹ Đình National Stadium. Merited artist Trần Ly, renowned Vietnamese choreographer and head of Vietnam’s Department of Performing Arts, is the chief director of the ceremony. Just 31 competitors from every nation will partake in the parade of countries as a preventive COVID-19 measure.

2022 Southeast Asian Games: Participating countries

Every one of the 11 members of the Southeast Asian Games Federation is expected to partake in the 2021 SEA Games. The following is a list of all the participating NOCs.

While Thailand and Indonesia were at first banned from using their national flags because of sanctions by the World Anti-Doping Agency, the sanction was lifted on 3 February 2022.

  • Brunei (24)
  • Cambodia (550)
  • Indonesia (499)
  • Laos (363)
  • Myanmar (352)
  • Malaysia (612)
  • Philippines (656)
  • Singapore (476)
  • Thailand (888)
  • Timor-Leste (69)
  • Vietnam (965) (Host)

Southeast Asian Games in 2022: Schedule

The 31st SEA Games will include 40 sports with 523 events, for the most part, those played at the Asian Games and Olympic Games.

Schedule and venues of sports events at SEA Games 31

1ArcheryMay 15-19Hanoi National Sports Training Centre
2ShootingMay 16-22Hanoi National Sports Training Centre
3Billard SnookerMay 14-22Ha Dong Gymnasium (Hanoi)
4PetanqueMay 13-19Hanoi Sports Training and Competition Centre
5Table tennisMay 13-20Hai Duong Gymnasium
6Indoor volleyballMay 13-22Quang Ninh Multi-purpose Gymnasium
6Beach volleyballMay 15-20Tuan Chau Beach, Quang Ninh
7BasketballMay 13-22Thanh Tri Gymnasium (Hanoi)
8Men’s footballMay 6-22Viet Tri Stadium (Phu Tho), Thien Truong Stadium (Nam Dinh), My Dinh National Stadium (Hanoi)
8Women’s footballMay 11-21Cam Pha Stadium (Quang Ninh)
8Men’s futsalMay 10-20Ha Nam Gymnasium
8Women’s futsalMay 10-20Ha Nam Gymnasium
9Indoor handballMay 15-21Bac Ninh University of Physical Education and Sports
9Beach handballMay 6-11Tuan Chau Beach (Quang Ninh)
10BowlingMay 16-19Royal City (Hanoi)
11BoxingMay 15-22Bac Ninh Gymnasium
12BadmintonMay 13-21Bac Giang Gymnasium
13Sepak TakrawMay 13-21Hoang Mai Gymnasium (Hanoi)
14Chinese chessMay 14-20Legacy Yen Tu Resort (Quang Ninh)
14ChessMay 10-21Quang Ninh Planning and Expo Centre
15WeightliftingMay 19-22Hanoi Sports Training and Competition Centre
16FencingMay 13-18Indoor track-and-field space, My Dinh National Sports Complex
17Track and fieldMay 14-19My Dinh National Stadium (Hanoi)
18Canoeing/Kayak racingMay 17-21Thuy Nguyen Boat Racing Centre
19RowingMay 9-14Thuy Nguyen Boat Racing Centre
20GolfMay 13-18Dam Vac Golf Course
21Duathlon and TriathlonMay 14-15Tuan Chau Beach (Quang Ninh)
22JudoMay 18-22Hoai Duc Gymnasium (Hanoi)
23JujitsuMay 14-15Dan Phuong Gymnasium (Hanoi)
24KarateMay 18-20Ninh Binh Gymnasium
25KickboxingMay 6-13Bac Ninh Gymnasium
26DancesportMay 15-16Long Bien Gymnasium (Hanoi)
27KurashMay 10-13Hoai Duc Gymnasium (Hanoi)
28DivingMay 21-22Water Sports Stadium (My Dinh National Sports Complex)
29MuayMay 17-22Vinh Phuc Gymnasium
30Pencat SilatMay 10-16Bac Tu Liem Gymnasium (Hanoi)
31TennisMay 13-22Hanaka Paris Ocean Park Tennis Court (Bac Ninh)
32TaekwondoMay 16-19Tay Ho Gymnasium (Hanoi)
33GymnasiumMay 13-16Quan Ngua Sports Complex
33Artistic gymnasiumMay 18-19Quan Ngua Sports Complex
33AerobicMay 21-22Quan Ngua Sports Complex
34BodybuildingMay 13-15Hanoi Sports Training and Competition Centre
35SwimmingMay 14-19Water Sports Stadium (My Dinh National Sports Complex)
35DivingMay 8-11Water Sports Stadium (My Dinh National Sports Complex)
36E-sportsMay 13-22National Convention Centre (Hanoi)
37WrestlingMay 17-19Gia Lam Gymnasium (Hanoi)
38VovinamMay 18-22Soc Son Gymnasium (Hanoi)
39WushuMay 13-15Cau Giay Gymnasium (Hanoi)
40Mountain bikingMay 14-17Hoa Binh city (Hoa Binh)
40Road cyclingMay 19-22Hoa Binh city (Hoa Binh)

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