The GCC Games is a regional multi-sport event which involves participants from the Gulf Cooperation Council region. The GCC Games, a quadrennial multi-sport event, was established by the union and first held in 2011. There are numerous long-running GCC Championships for individual sports, including: the Gulf Cooperation Council Athletics Championships (first held in 1986; youth section from 2000) sailing, basketball, swimming, tennis, gymnastics (senior and youth levels), weightlifting, futsal, snooker, and table tennis.
|Organization||Gulf Cooperation Council|
|2nd||2015||Dammam||Saudi Arabia||12–26 October|
|3rd||2022||Kuwait City||Kuwait||16–31 May|
GCC Beach GamesEdit
- Main Article : GCC Beach Games
GCC Women’s GamesEdit
- Main Article : GCC Women’s Games
|2||2011||Abu Dhabi||United Arab Emirates||6||March|
GCC Youth GamesEdit
- Main Article : GCC Youth Games
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