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Football at the South Asian Games

Football has been a sport at the South Asian Games since it commenced in 1984.

Champions

Men's tournament[1]
Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
1984 Kathmandu  Nepal (NEP)  Bangladesh (BAN)  Maldives (MDV)
1985 Dhaka  India (IND)  Bangladesh (BAN)  Nepal (NEP)
1987 Calcutta  India (IND)  Nepal (NEP)  Pakistan (PAK)
1989 Islamabad  Pakistan (PAK)  Bangladesh (BAN)  India (IND)
1991 Colombo  Pakistan (PAK)  Maldives (MDV)  Bangladesh (BAN)
1993 Dhaka  Nepal (NEP)  India (IND)  Sri Lanka (SRI)
1995 Madras  India (IND)  Bangladesh (BAN)  Sri Lanka (SRI)
1999 Kathmandu  Bangladesh (BAN)  Nepal (NEP)  India (IND)
2004 Islamabad  Pakistan (PAK)  India (IND)  Sri Lanka (SRI)
2006 Colombo  Pakistan (PAK)  Sri Lanka (SRI)  Nepal (NEP)
2010 Dhaka  Bangladesh (BAN)  Afghanistan (AFG)  Maldives (MDV)
Women's tournament[2]
Year Host 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze
2010 Bangladesh  India (IND)  Nepal (NEP)  Bangladesh (BAN)

References

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