Inter University Chess Champions


Contents

  • History
  • Participant Universities
  • Hosts and Champions
  • Sri Lanka Inter University Chess Championships

History

Inter-University sports championships have been organized since the latter part of the 1950s.

Sri Lanka Inter University Chess Championship
Sport Chess
Administrator(s) Sri Lanka Universities Sports Association (SLUSA)
Timeline 19801 – present
Tournament format SLUG -Triennial, Team event(8 players – 2 reserves)
Participants Public Universities of Sri Lanka
Qualified teams 14 (total)
Most successful University of Peradeniya (6)
Most consecutive wins 5 – University of Peradeniya (2007 -2011)

Participant Universities

PER University of Peradeniya
COL University of Colombo
KEL University of Kelaniya
SJP University of Sri Jayewardenepura
MOR University of Moratuwa
RUH University of Ruhuna
JAF University of Jaffna
EST Eastern University of Sri Lanka
RAJ Rajarata University of Sri Lanka
SAB Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka
WAY Wayamba University of Sri Lanka
SEA South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
VPA University of the Visual & Performing Arts
UVA Uva Wellassa University

Hosts and Champions

SLUG Year Host Mens’ Champion Womens’ Champion
1993  ? University of Peradeniya University of Peradeniya
1994  ? University of Colombo University of Peradeniya
1995  ? University of Peradeniya University of Colombo
1996  ? University of Peradeniya University of Colombo
2001  ? University of Peradeniya University of Peradeniya
2002  ? University of Peradeniya University of Peradeniya
2003  ? University of Peradeniya University of Peradeniya
2004  ? University of Moratuwa University of Peradeniya
2005 University of Sabaragamuwa University of Peradeniya University of Colombo
2006 University of Moratuwa University of Moratuwa University of Colombo
IX 2007 University of Kelaniya University of Peradeniya University of Kelaniya
2008 University of Sri Jayawardenapura University of Peradeniya University of Moratuwa
2009 University of Sri Jayawardenapura University of Peradeniya University of Colombo
X 2010 University of Sri Jayawardenapura University of Peradeniya University of Moratuwa
2011 South Eastern University of Sri Lanka University of Peradeniya University of Colombo
2012 University of Jayawardenapura University of Moratuwa University of Colombo
XI 2013 University of Moratuwa University of Moratuwa University of Colombo
2014 University of Sabaragamuwa University of Peradeniya University of Moratuwa
2015 University of the Visual & Performing Arts University of Peradeniya University of Peradeniya
XII 2016 Wayamba University of Sri Lanka University of Sri Jayewardenepura[3] University of Colombo[4]
2017 University of Jayawardenapura  University of Sri Jayewardenepura  University of Colombo