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Football in Lithuania

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Football in Lithuania

Football is the second sport in Lithuania where basketball is the national sport. The former Soviet republic made their entrance as an independent football nation in 1992.[1][2] In the qualification for the Euro 2004. Lithuania held Germany to a 1-1 draw in Germany and won against Scotland. In the qualification for the Euro 2008 they played away to the 2006 World Cup winners Italy and drew 1-1 as well as beating Romania 3-0 in Lithuania in another shock performance.[3]

League system





A Lyga
10 clubs


1 Lyga
13 clubs


II Lyga
23 clubs divided in 2 series, one of 14 clubs and one of 9 clubs

Level League
1 A Lyga
2 I lyga A zona I lyga B zona


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External links

  • - Lithuanian football league tables, records & statistics database.

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