|Nickname:||Kancha, King of Spin, Nepal’s Shane Warne|
|Height (approx.):||168 cm|
|Weight (approx.):||55 kg|
|Date of Birth:||2 August 2000|
|Age (as on 2017):||17 years|
|Birth Place:||Syangja, Nepal|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign:||Leo|
|Father:||Chander Narayan Lamichhane (An employee in Indian Railway)|
|Sister:||Indu Lamichhane Neupane|
|Brother:||Mohan Lamichhane (Elder)|
|Coach/Mentor:||Raju Khadka, Pubudu Dassanayake|
|Address:||Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Test:||List A– 8 February 2018 against Namibia at Windhoek, Namibia|
|Jersey Number:||#25 (Domestic)|
|Domestic/State Team:||Delhi Daredevils, Kowloon Cantons, Biratnagar Kings, Western Suburbs District Cricket Club, Lalitpur Patriots, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots|
|Nature on field:||Cool|
|Likes to play against:||NA|
- Lamichhane became the fifth bowler to take a hat-trick in the ICC Under-U-19 World Cup where he picked 5 wickets against Ireland in 2016.
- He became Nepal’s highest wicket-taker when he picked 14 wickets in six game in 2016.
- He also became the second highest wicket-taker in the 2016 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh.
- Sandeep Lamichhane became the first Nepalese player to be selected in the CPL (Caribbean Premier League) in 2018.
- The same year he earned an IPL contract with the Delhi Daredevils.
|Career Turning Point:||When Delhi Daredevils signed him for IPL|
|Favourite Batsmen:||Sachin Tendulkar|
|Favourite Bowlers:||Shane Warne|
|Favourite Cricket Ground:||NA|
|Favourite sports personalities:||NA|
|Favourite Actors:||Amitabh Bachan|
|Girlfriends, Spouse and Children|
|Earnings(as in 2018)|
|IPL11:||INR 20 Lakh (IPL-11)|
|Lesser Known Facts|
- Sandeep Lamichhane was born in Nepal. After that his family shifted to India when he was a child, and he developed his cricket while he was living there.
- He spent 5 years in India, Haryana.
- He moved to Nepal when he was 11 years old. He joined the ‘Chitwan Cricket Academy’ in Narayangarh, Bharatpur in Nepal. He received training under the guidance of Raju Khadka in Nepal.
- He played against a cricket team which played for the ‘Marylebone Cricket Club.’