ABOUT FICA

Representing the views and interests of professional cricketers around the world: Moving the game forward in a positive way

The Federation of International Cricketers Associations (FICA) is the global players’ representative body in cricket. FICA was established in 1998 to co-ordinate the activities of all national players’ associations, which protect the interests of professional cricketers throughout the world. It brings together the world’s cricketers, regardless of nationality, religion, political persuasion or race, under an international body focused on matters of general interest to the game and its players.

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  • “The players are the game. Their collective global voice can and will contribute to the game’s future direction. FICA, guided by its Principles, represents that global voice, and will work on behalf of all professional players around the world to ensure that voice is heard and that cricket is a vibrant, successful, well-structured and well run global sport.”

    Jimmy Adams - President

  • “Players around the world are trying to build successful careers in a game that is rapidly changing. It is our role to ensure that players’ interests are protected and that players are a part of guiding the direction of the game.”

    Graeme Smith

  • "Women’s cricket is the fastest growing part of the game, and ensuring all players are represented globally will be a huge positive for players and the game.”

    Lisa Sthalekar

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Lisa Sthalekar and Graeme Smith join FICA Board at annual meeting

13 Oct 2016 - by FICA in FICA MEDIA RELEASES

Former international captains Lisa Sthalekar and Graeme Smith were appointed as Independent Board Members of …

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