Volleyball has been a regular Southeast Asian Games sport since the 1977 edition, with an exception in 1999 event .
The first SEAP Games were held in Bangkok from 12–17 December 1959, with more than 527 athletes and officials from 6 countries; Burma (now Myanmar), Laos, Malaya, Singapore, South Vietnam and Thailand participated in 12 sports. At the 8th SEAP Games in 1975, the SEAP Federation considered the inclusion of Brunei, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
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Singapore won their first SEA Games medal in volleyball when the women’s team clinched bronze in the SEA Games in Manila, placing behind winners Philippines and runners-up Indonesia. The women would not win another medal for 34 years. 1982
The Philippine team won one silver medal in the volleyball competition in the recently held 30th Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines.
Gary Colberg, the present Commissioner, succeeded Lon in 1975. The rules of volleyball have changed many times since William Morgan first developed the game in 1895 with an original purpose of providing some form of recreation and relaxation for businessmen at the Holyoke, MA Y.M.C.A.