Football at the Pan Arab Games

The Pan Arab Games are a regional multi-sport event held between nations from the Arab world. A men's football tournament has been held at every session of the Games since 1953, except for 2004.

Football at the Pan Arab Games
كرة القدم في دورة الألعاب العربية
Founded1953
RegionArab world (UAFA)
Number of teams12 (from 2 confederations)
Current champions Bahrain (1st title)
Most successful team(s) Egypt (4 titles)

Summaries

The following table gives an overview of medal winners in football at the Pan Arab Games.

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold medalist Score Silver medalist Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
1953
Details

Alexandria

Egypt
4 0
Syria

Libya
3 2
Jordan
1957
Details

Beirut

Syria
3 1
Tunisia

Lebanon
w/o
Morocco
1961
Details

Casablanca

Morocco
n/a
UA Republic

Libya
n/a
Lebanon
1965
Details

Cairo

UA Republic
2 0
Sudan

Libya
4 2
Palestine
1976
Details

Damascus

Morocco
n/a
Saudi Arabia

Syria
n/a
South Yemen
1985
Details

Rabat

Iraq
1 0
Morocco

Algeria
w/o
Saudi Arabia
1992*
Details

Damascus

Egypt
3 2
Saudi Arabia

Kuwait
2 1
Syria
1997
Details

Beirut

Jordan
1 0
Syria

Lebanon
3 1
Kuwait
1999
Details

Amman

Jordan
4 4 (a.e.t.)
(3 1 p.)

Iraq
 Libya /  Palestine
No 3rd Place Match
2007
Details

Cairo

Egypt
n/a
Libya

Saudi Arabia
n/a
United Arab Emirates
2011
Details

Doha

Bahrain
1 0
Jordan

Kuwait
3 0 (a.e.t.)
Palestine

* The 1992 edition organised as part of the Pan Arab Games, and also counted as Arab Nations Cup.
^n/a A round-robin tournament determined the final standings.
^w/o withdrew

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Egypt4105
2 Jordan2103
 Morocco2103
4 Syria1214
5 Iraq1102
6 Bahrain1001
7 Saudi Arabia0213
8 Libya0145
9 Sudan0101
 Tunisia0101
11 Kuwait0022
 Lebanon0022
13 Algeria0011
 Palestine0011
Totals (14 nations)11111234
  • The 1992 edition organised as part of the Pan Arab Games, and also counted as Arab Nations Cup.

Participating nations

Team
1953

1957

1961

1965

1976

1985

1992

1997

1999

2007

2011
Years
 Algeria 3rd 1
 Bahrain GS1st 2
 Egypt 1st2nd1st1st1st 5
 Iraq GSGS1st2ndGS 5
 Jordan 4thGSGSGS1st1st2nd 7
 Kuwait GS3rd4th3rd 4
 Lebanon GS3rd4thGS3rdGS 6
 Libya 3rdGS3rd3rdGSGS3rd2ndGS 9
 Mauritania GSGSGS 3
 Morocco 4th1st1st2nd 4
 Oman GSGSGSGS 4
 Palestine GS4thGSGS3rd4th 6
 Qatar GSGS 2
 Saudi Arabia GSGS2nd4th2ndGS3rdGS 8
 Somalia GS 1
 Sudan 2ndGSGS 3
 Syria 2nd1stGS3rdGS4th2ndGS 8
 Tunisia 2ndGS 2
 United Arab Emirates GSGSGS4th 4
 Yemen GS4thGS 3
Total68697116811510
Legend
  • 1st – Champions
  • 2nd – Runners-up
  • 3rd – Third place
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • GS – Group stage
  • q – Qualified
  •      Hosts

General statistics (Exclude 1992 Arab Nations Cup)

As end of 2011

Rank Team Part Pld W D L GF GA Dif Pts
1  Libya 935158129773+2453
2  Jordan 62915595142+950
3  Egypt 41816119110+8149
4  Morocco 42014515915+4447
5  Syria 72912895337+1644
6  Iraq 52010553923+1635
7  Saudi Arabia 72695123158-2732
8  Lebanon 62587104345-231
9  Palestine 52575132551-2626
10  Sudan 3136163319+1419
11  Tunisia 285122115+616
12  Kuwait 3145181829-1116
13  United Arab Emirates 4154381319-615
14  Bahrain 2631299010
15  South Yemen 1631278-17
16  Oman 413058860-525
17  Somalia 1310256-13
18  Algeria 1410346-23
19  North Yemen 1310236-33
20 Lahej 14103230-283
21  Qatar 2402226-42
22  Aden 14004325-230
23  Mauritania 3120012631-250

See also

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