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Sweden national cricket team

Association Swedish Cricket Federation
ICC status Affiliate (1997)
ICC region ICC Europe
WCL n/a (regional tournaments)
First international
Sweden v. Switzerland  
(Berlin, Germany; 13 July 1993)
As of 13 September 2015

The Sweden national cricket team is the team that represents the country of Swedish Cricket Federation, which has been affiliate member of the International Cricket Council since 1997.[1] Sweden made its international debut in 1993, at the European Nations Cup, and has since played regularly in the lower divisions of European Cricket Council tournaments and in other series against European teams.[2]


  • 2011 Championship schedule 1
  • Squad 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

2011 Championship schedule

ICC European Championship Schedule 2011:

ICC European Division 3 Championship (T20) 11–14 May, Slovenia

Participating Countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey

ICC European Division 2 Championship (T20) 20–25 June, Belgium

Participating Countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, Hellas, Isle of Man, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Sweden (winner of Division 3)

ICC European Division 1 Championship (T20) 19–24 July, Jersey & Guernsey

Participating Countries: Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Israel, Italy, Jersey, Norway, & winner and runner up of Div 2

In September 2009 Sweden took part in the 2009 European Cricket Championship Division 5 in Corfu, Greece.


The following list contains the 14 players in Sweden's squad for the European Cricket Championship Division 1:[3]
  1. Yasir Ikram (Captain)
  2. Sandeep Sharma (Vice – Captain)
  3. Sunny Sharma
  4. Muhammad Naveed
  5. Ashik Imtiaz Razib
  6. Serge Conein
  7. Naveed Anjum
  8. Manuj Jadvest
  9. Khalid Ahmad Zahid
  10. Wakil Jalali
  11. Aman Momand
  12. Sadat Sidiqi
  13. Azam Khalil
  14. Mohammad Azam


  1. ^ "Sweden CricketArchive page". CricketArchive. 2 September 2009. Retrieved 2 September 2009. 
  2. ^ Other matches played by Sweden – CricketArchive. Retrieved 14 September 2015.
  3. ^ "Sweden squad for the European Cricket Championship Division 5". European Cricket Council. 2 September 2009. Retrieved 2 September 2009. 

External links

  • Swedish Cricket Federation

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