Ièrs Jeux de la Francophonie
Host cityCasablanca and Rabat, Morocco
Nations participating39
Athletes participating1,700
Opening ceremony8 July
Closing ceremony22 July
Officially opened byHassan II
Main venueStade Mohamed V (ceremonies)
Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium (athletics)
1994 →

The 1989 Jeux de la Francophonie, also known as Iers Jeux de la Francophonie, (French for Francophone Games) were held in Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco, from 8 to 22 July 1989.


Sport Gender Results
Athletics (Track and field) men + women details
Basketball women
Football (soccer) men details
Judo men + women

Medals & Participation


  *   Host nation (Morocco)

1 France (FRA)34251877
2 Canada (CAN)9152044
3 Morocco (MAR)*78621
4 Senegal (SEN)33410
5 Quebec24814
6Wallonia French Community of Belgium2158
7 Djibouti (DJI)1113
 Egypt (EGY)1113
 Madagascar (MDG)1113
 Rwanda (RWA)1113
11 Ivory Coast (CIV)1034
12 Congo (COG)1012
  Switzerland (SUI)1012
14 Togo (TOG)1001
15 Tunisia (TUN)0224
16 Gabon (GAB)0123
17 Luxembourg (LUX)0112
 New Brunswick0112
19 Mauritius (MUS)0022
20 Burkina Faso (BFA)0011
 Mali (MLI)0011
Totals (21 nations)656580210

The following participating nations didn't win any medal.

 Central African Republic
 Democratic Republic of the Congo
 Saint Lucia
Medal winners 1989 at jeux.francophonie.org Archived 2013-12-24 at the Wayback Machine (in French)
Medal tables at jeux.francophonie.org (in French)