MUMBAI Sri Lanka will host the next edition of the Asia Cup, said DS DSilva, chairman Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and honorary secretary and Nishantha Ranatunga. All the seven matches including the final will be held under flood-lights at Damublla, they said from Colombo. The matches will be played between June 15-25". Dambulla International Cricket Stadium is a 16,800 seat cricket stadium in Sri Lanka. The Stadium is situated in the Central Province, close to Dambulla on a 60 acre (240,000 M) site leased from the Rangiri Dambulla Temple. The Asia Cup is an international cricket tournament. It was launched in 1983 when the Asian Cricket Council was created as a measure to promote goodwill among Asian countries. It was originally scheduled to be held every two years. The International Cricket Council has ruled that all games played for the Asia Cup have official One Day International status. There is also a move to award World Twenty20 (T20 World Cup held every second year) to Sri Lanka in 2012 and Bangladesh in 2014. It is more or less decided that we shall host the ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka in 2012, however, the final decision will be taken in the ICC Board meeting, the officials further added. In the meantime, Brendon Kuruppus contract as the team manager has not been renewed. Anura Tennekoon will be the team manager in World Twenty20 in West Indies, Kuruppu said. Kuruppu is undecided about accepting the selectors role. I am seeking advice from a few people whether to accept the new role or not, he added.