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1992–93 LFF Lyga

The 1992-1993 season of competitive football (soccer) in Lithuania was the third season since the nation regained its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. In the Premier League, named A Lyga, fourteen teams competed, with FK Ekranas winning the title.

First round

Pos  Team P W D L F A Pts
1 FK Ekranas 13 10 2 1 27 3 22
2 FK Žalgiris Vilnius 13 10 2 1 32 6 22
3 FK Panerys Vilnius 13 10 1 2 34 14 21
4 FK Sirijus Klaipėda 13 7 4 2 20 7 18
5 Banga Kaunas 13 7 3 3 24 9 17
6 FK ROMAR Mažeikiai 13 6 2 5 13 13 14
7 Aras Klaipėda 13 4 5 4 16 13 13
8 Geležinis Vilkas Vilnius 13 3 6 4 12 17 12
9 FK Inkaras Kaunas 13 4 3 6 16 20 11
10 ALK Neris Vilnius 13 3 3 7 15 20 9
11 Snaigė Alytus 13 3 2 8 8 27 8
12 Sakalas Šiauliai 13 2 2 9 8 23 6
13 Tauras-Karšuva Tauragė 13 2 2 9 6 26 6
14 FK Minija Kretinga 13 1 1 11 5 38 3

Second round

Championship

Pos  Team P W D L F A Pts
1 FK Ekranas 27 20 6 1 50 8 46
2 FK Žalgiris Vilnius 27 18 7 2 54 13 43
3 FK Panerys Vilnius 27 16 4 7 53 29 36
4 FK Sirijus Klaipėda 27 11 9 7 36 29 31
5 Banga Kaunas 27 11 5 11 36 29 27
6 FK ROMAR Mažeikiai 27 11 4 12 27 27 26
7 Aras Klaipėda 27 8 8 11 26 33 24
8 Geležinis Vilkas Vilnius 27 5 8 14 25 43 18

Relegation

Pos  Team P W D L F A Pts
9 FK Inkaras Kaunas 23 8 6 9 28 28 22
10 Sakalas Šiauliai 23 9 3 11 23 30 21
11 ALK Neris Vilnius 23 7 5 11 27 31 19
12 Tauras-Karšuva Tauragė 23 6 6 11 14 33 18
13 Snaigė Alytus 23 6 3 14 14 36 15
14 FK Minija Kretinga 23 2 4 17 12 56 8

1 Lyga

Pos  Team P W D L F A Pts
1 Azotas Jonava 24 18 2 4 73 24 38
2 FK Mastis Telšiai 24 14 7 3 50 21 35
3 Mūša Ukmergė 23 12 9 2 52 16 33
4 Tauras Šiauliai 23 14 4 5 37 19 32
5 Cementininkas Naujoji Akmenė 24 12 7 5 37 33 31
6 Aidas Panevėžys 23 12 6 5 43 22 30
7 FK Banga Gargždai 24 10 8 6 27 27 28
8 Inter Visaginas 24 10 6 8 31 28 26
9 AFK Vilnius 23 8 6 9 33 25 22
10 Chemikas Kedainiai 24 6 8 10 29 27 20
11 Robotas Plunge 24 4 7 13 21 44 15
12 FK Logika Šiauliai 24 4 2 18 32 57 10
13 Sveikata Kybartai 24 4 1 19 16 69 9
14 FK Sūduva Marijampolė 24 1 1 22 13 82 3

See also

References

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