Sri Lanka Cricket is driven by a single, all encompassing vision:
to make Sri Lanka the best cricket playing nation in the world in both forms of the game. Great progress has been made since Sri Lanka’s inaugural Test against England in 1982, including a World Cup win in 1996, but the fulfillment of our ambition will require dynamic leadership and much hard work over the coming years.

Sri Lanka Cricket

The Sri Lanka national football team is the national team of Sri Lanka and is controlled by the Football Federation of Sri Lanka. It was known as the Ceylon national football team until 1972, when Ceylon was renamed Sri Lanka.

A member of the AFC, the team have yet to make their first appearance in FIFA World Cup or AFC Asian Cup championship play. They have been South Asian champions once, in 1995. As is true elsewhere on the sub-continent, top-level football in Sri Lanka stands somewhat in the shadow of the country's test cricket team. However, the side did qualify for the second stage of Asian qualifying for the 2006 World Cup, leaving their backers hope for a brighter future.

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