Since 1986

Promoting Oregon’s Athletes and Sport

When he was in office, Gov. Vic Atiyeh understood the many benefits sports bring to society and created a group of dedicated volunteers to promote healthy lifestyles and get Oregonians to be more active – the Oregon Governor’s Council on Health, Fitness and Sports.  When he left office, those volunteers formed the non-profit Oregon Amateur Sports Foundation (OASF) to carry on the great work of the Council.  The State Games of Oregon was the culmination of work of the Council and the first major program of the OASF.  Since 1986, the State Games have provided hundreds of thousands of athletes, of all ages and all abilities, the opportunity to get involved and get moving.  Our goal is to continue to offer quality Olympic-style sports events, at an affordable price, for all Oregonians.

What to Know About the 2020 Games

Before the eyes of the world turn to Tokyo for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, Oregonians of all ages and abilities will take to the field (and court and mat and track and range) to participate in our own Olympic-style sports festival.

We are excited to be adding a few new sports to the State Games as well as welcoming back other sports that have taken a hiatus from the Games.

We have a sport for everyone!

Countdown to the 2020 Games








Our Stories

The past 34+ years of competition have produced incredible stories of competition, perserverance, success, and life-changing experiences.

Find a Sport

With 15+ sports available, you’ll find the sport for you!

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Volunteers are in high demand during our Summer season.


See historical and current results.

Sponsor the Games

There are a few sponsorship opportunities available for the 2018 games.


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Multiple Types of Sponshorship

Sport-specific, event-specific, and title sponsorship available.