Sri Lanka women's national football team
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|Association||Football Federation of Sri Lanka|
|Sub-confederation||SAFF (South Asia)|
|Head coach||Ratnam Jusmin|
|Current||138 2 (27 September 2019)|
|Highest||101 (March 2013)|
|Lowest||138 (September 2019)|
| India 8–1 Sri Lanka |
(Dhaka, Bangladesh; 29 January 2010)
| Sri Lanka 4–0 Bhutan |
(Colombo, Sri Lanka; 7 September 2010)
| Myanmar 16–0 Sri Lanka |
(Mandalay, Myanmar; 11 March 2015)
|Appearances||3 (first in 2010)|
|Best result||Semi Finals (2012), (2014)|
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.
Sri Lanka women's national football team played their first game in 2010 against India which they lost 8–1. Sri Lanka women's national football team had never played in FIFA Women's World Cup or Women's Asia Cup and did not enter the qualifications as of 2014. They have played in the SAFF Women's Championship and in the South Asian Games. Due to their lack of experience they didn't show any great performance in the regional level of football. But they have qualified for the Semi Finals of 2012 and 2014 SAFF Women's Championships.
Sri Lanka made their continental level football debut in the 2016 Summer Olympic Qualifiers when they were soundly beaten 16-0 by Myanmar. In the next game they were defeated by India. In 2016 they participated in the South Asian Games but lost all of their matches in the football tournament. Sri Lanka participated in the 4th SAFF Women's Championship in 2016 but they failed to reach the semi finals after a shock defeat to Maldives which are ranked below them.
|Head Coach||Ratnam Jusmin|
|Assistant Coach||Deepani Samarasinghe|
|Goal Keeping Coach||Jude Karunarathna|
Results and Fixtures
Win Draw Lose
|29 January Friendly||Singapore||0–1||Sri Lanka||Kallang, Singapore|
|19:30 SST (UTC+8)||Report||Perera 8'||Stadium: Jalan Besar Stadium|
|9 February SA Games||India||5–0||Sri Lanka||Shillong, India|
|16:00||Hasara Dilrangi 24' (o.g.)
Dangmei Grace 45+1', 58'
Yumnam Kamala Devi 60'
Sasmita Malik 73' (pen.)
|11 February SA Games||Sri Lanka||14–0||Maldives||Shillong, India|
|16:00||Hasara Dilrangi 90+1'||6', 45' (pen.) Fadhuwa Zahir|
|13 February SA Games||Nepal||4–8||Sri Lanka||Shillong, India|
|11:00||A.S. Perera 13' (o.g.)
Sabitra Bhandari 51', 63'
Sapana Lama 79'
|26 December SAFF Championship||Sri Lanka||2–5||Maldives||Kanchenjunga Stadium, Siliguri|
Zahir 27', 64', 80'
|28 December SAFF Championship||Bhutan||0–2||Sri Lanka||Kanchenjunga Stadium, Siliguri|
|30 December SAFF Championship||Nepal||1–0||Sri Lanka||Kanchenjunga Stadium, Siliguri|
|Gunawardana 87' (o.g.)|
All Time Records
- Last Updated on 30 December 2016.
FIFA Women's World Cup
|World Cup finals||World Cup qualifications|
|1991 to 2015||Did not Enter||Did not Enter|
|2019||Did not enter||Did not enter|
AFC Women's Asian Cup
|Asian Cup finals||Asian Cup qualifications|
|1975 to 2014||Did not Enter||Did not Enter|
|2018||Did not enter||Did not enter|
SAFF Women's Championship
|Year & Host||Result||Pos.||P||W||D||L||GF||GA|
- Sri Lanka national football team
- Sri Lanka national under-23 football team
- Sri Lanka national under-20 football team
- Sri Lanka national under-17 football team
- "The FIFA/Coca-Cola Women's World Ranking". FIFA. 27 September 2019. Retrieved 27 September 2019.