Ségou (also Segou, Segu, Seku) is a town and an urban commune in south-central Mali that lies northeast of Bamako on the River Niger. The town is the capital of the Ségou Cercle and the Ségou Region. With 130,690 inhabitants in 2009, it is the fifth-largest town in Mali.
The village of Ségou-Koro, 10 km upstream of the present town, was established in the 17th century and became the capital of the Bambara Empire.
Ségou is a city in Mali.
Ségou may also refer to:
- Ségou, Togo
- Ségou, Senegal
- Ségou Region in Mali, of which Ségou is the capital
- Ségou Cercle, an administrative sub-division of Ségou Region