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Football at the Indian Ocean Island Games

Football at the Indian Ocean Island Games
Founded 1947 (1979 in its current format)
Region Indian Ocean
Number of teams 7
Current champions
 Réunion
(4 titles)
Most successful club(s)
 Réunion
(4 titles)
Football at the 2015 Indian Ocean Island Games

The men's association football tournament at the Indian Ocean. (The Maldives have occasionally been invited)

From 1947 until 1963 a precursor called Madagascar, Mauritius and Réunion Island. The first official edition of Indian Ocean Island Games was held in 1979.

Contents

  • Participants 1
  • Past results 2
  • Final Positions 3
  • See also 4

Participants

Past results

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
1979
Details
 Réunion
Réunion
2 - 1
Seychelles

Comoros
1
Mauritius
1985
Details
 Mauritius
Mauritius
4 - 4
(4 - 2 pen)

Réunion

Comoros
2
Madagascar
1990
Details
 Madagascar
Madagascar
5 - 1
Mauritius

Seychelles
3 - 1
Comoros
1993
Details
 Seychelles
Madagascar
1 - 0
Réunion

Mauritius
6 - 2
Seychelles
1998
Details
 Réunion
Réunion
3 - 3
(7 - 6 pen)

Madagascar

Seychelles
4 - 3
Mauritius
2003
Details
 Mauritius
Mauritius
2 - 1
Réunion

Seychelles
2 - 0
Comoros
2007
Details
 Madagascar
Réunion
1 - 1
(7 - 6 pen)

Madagascar
1 - 1
(4 - 2 pen)
2011
Details
 Seychelles 1 - 1
(4 - 3 pen)
1 - 0
2015
Details
 Réunion 3–1 3 - 1

1 The match was scratched and Comoros were awarded third place as Mauritius were unable to travel to Réunion for the match.

2 The match was scratched and Comoros were awarded third place as Madagascar failed to appear at the stadium for the match.

Final Positions

Team Champions Runners-up Third-place Fourth-place Participation
3 (1979, 1998, 2007) 3 (1985, 1993, 2003) 1 (2011) 8
2 (1985, 2003) 2 (1990, 2011) 2 (1993, 2015) 3 (1979, 1998, 2007) 9
2 (1990, 1993) 2 (1998, 2007) 1 (1985, 2015) 7
1 (2011) 1 (1979) 3 (1990, 1998, 2003) 1 (1993) 8
2 (1979, 1985) 2 (1990, 2003) 8
1 (2007) 1 (2011) 2
3

See also



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