The Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA) was
established in 1998 to coordinate the activities of all national players' associations. These protect the interests of professional cricketers throughout the world.
FICA aims to bring
together all of the world's cricketers, regardless of nationality, religion,
political persuasion or race under an international body which focuses
on matters that directly or indirectly affect players. FICA members total
70% of the full member countries. However, ts representations and benefits
are extended to all players, whether from FICA countries or not.
Australian Cricketers Association
Professional Cricketers Association (England)
New Zealand Cricket Players Association
South African Cricketers Association
Sri Lankan Cricketers Association
West Indies Players Association
Cricketers Welfare Association of Bangladesh
To present the
collective voice of international cricketers and their interests to the
game's controlling body, the ICC or other related parties (IPL etc.)
To promote and protect the
interests of all and any of its Members.
To improve the economic
or social conditions of past and present cricketers.
To assist in the
eradication of corruption from all levels of cricket.
To uphold the core
values of the game.
To assist in dispute
resolution between members and its constituents.
and direction is determined by its Board, which includes the FICA President,
FICA CEO and one representative of each of its member associations. The Board's
President - Jimmy Adams
CEO - Tim May
Secretary - Tony Irish
Treasurer - Paul Marsh
Angus Porter (England)
Heath Mills ( New
Dinanath Ramnarine (
Ken De Alwis ( Sri
Debrabrata Paul (
President: Jimmy Adams
Chief Executive: Tim May
1511 Rockcliff Road
Austin, Texas, USA
Phone : 00 1 512 9449 139
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the FICA website
Click here for the member player associations of FICA.