Sri Lanka national under-17 football team

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Sri Lanka U-17 Football Team
Nickname(s) ල০කා සි০හයෝ , Lankan Lions
Association Football Federation of Sri Lanka
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Sub-confederation SAFF (South Asia)
FIFA code SRI
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First colours
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First international
Flag of Sri Lanka.svg  Sri Lanka 0-4 Bangladesh  Flag of Bangladesh.svg
(Khatmandu , Nepal; 21 April 1998)
Biggest win
Flag of Guam.svg  Guam 0-8 Sri Lanka  Flag of Sri Lanka.svg
(Khatmandu, Nepal; 23 April 1998)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia 10-0 Sri Lanka  Flag of Sri Lanka.svg
(Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; 22 September 2017)
FIFA U-17 World Cup
Appearances 0
AFC U-16 Championship
Appearances 0
SAFF U-16 Championship
Appearances 4 (first in 2011 )
Best result Group stage, 4 times

The Sri Lanka national under-17 football team is the under-17 football (soccer) team of Sri Lanka. The team participates in the U-16 football competitions in international football and is controlled by the Football Federation of Sri Lanka. The team has never qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup or the AFC U-16 Championship.

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History

In 1998, the team played against the Bangladesh national under-17 football team in the qualifiers for the AFC U-16 Championship, but lost 4-0. The team won its first international game against the Guam national under-18 football team in that competition by a score of 8-0. The Sri Lankan team also participated in the qualifiers but failed to win a single game. [1] [ not in citation given ]

The Bangladesh U-17 national football team is a youth football team operated under the Bangladesh Football Federation. The team would represent Bangladesh in the AFC U-16 Championship, SAFF U-16 Championship and has yet to qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Tournament records

FIFA U-17 World Cup

World Cup finalsWorld Cup qualifications
Hosts/YearResultPosition GP W D L GS GA GP W D* L GS GA
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 1985 to Flag of Egypt.svg 1997 Did not EnterDid not Enter
Flag of New Zealand.svg 1999 to Flag of Chile.svg 2015 Did not Qualify1933131856
Flag of India.svg 2017 Did not EnterDid not Enter
Total0/17-------1933131856

AFC U-16 Championship

Championship finalsChampionship qualifications
Hosts/YearResultPositionGPWDLGSGAGPWD*LGSGA
Flag of Qatar.svg 1985 to Flag of Thailand.svg 1996 Did not EnterDid not Enter
Flag of Qatar.svg 1998 Did not Qualify310285
Flag of Vietnam.svg 2000 301215
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 2002 201115
Flag of Japan.svg 2004 210144
Flag of Singapore.svg 2006 100103
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg 2008 5104322
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg 2010 and Flag of Iran.svg 2012 Did not EnterDid not Enter
Flag of Thailand.svg 2014 Did not Qualify3012014
Flag of India.svg 2016 Did not EnterDid not Enter
Flag of Malaysia.svg 2018 Did not Qualify4004029
Total0/18-------2333171885

SAFF U-16 Championship

Year Host Pos. P W D L GF GA
2011 Flag of Nepal.svg    Nepal 5/62002212
2013 Flag of Nepal.svg    Nepal 6/7200227
2015 Flag of Bangladesh.svg  Bangladesh 6/6200209
2017 Flag of Nepal.svg    Nepal 5/62002010
Total8008438

Fixtures and results

2015

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2017

See also

The Sri Lanka national football team represents Sri Lanka in association football and is controlled by the Football Federation of Sri Lanka, the governing body for football in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka's home grounds are Sugathadasa Stadium and Kalutara Stadium. The Sri Lankan team was known as the Ceylon national football team until 1972, when Ceylon was renamed Sri Lanka.

The Sri Lanka women's national football team is the female representative football team for Sri Lanka. As of 2014 the national team has never entered qualifying for the FIFA Women's World Cup nor the AFC Women's Asian Cup.

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