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2005 LFF Lyga

Final tables of Lithuanian Championship of 2005 are presented below. The A Lyga (the highest), 1 Lyga (second-tier), and 2 Lyga (third-tier), which comprised three regional zones - one less than the previous season.

Contents

  • A Lyga 1
    • Top scorers 1.1
  • 1 Lyga 2
  • 2 Lyga 3
    • 2 Lyga zone South 3.1
    • 2 Lyga zone West 3.2
    • 2 Lyga zone North 3.3
  • References 4

A Lyga

Position Club Games played Wins Draws Loses Goals scored Goals conceded Points
1 Ekranas Panevėžys 36 29 5 2 87 23 92
2 FBK Kaunas 36 26 4 6 89 25 82
3 Sūduva Marijampolė 36 16 11 9 67 43 59
4 Vėtra Vilnius 36 17 6 13 45 45 57
5 FK Vilnius 36 11 14 11 36 29 47
6 FK Šilutė 36 12 8 16 44 61 44
7 Atlantas Klaipėda 36 11 8 17 40 52 41
8 Žalgiris Vilnius 36 11 8 17 40 52 41
9 KFK Šiauliai 36 8 11 19 40 61 33
10 Nevėžis Kėdainiai 36 0 5 31 18 115 5

Top scorers

1 Lyga

Position Club Games played Wins Draws Loses Goals scored Goals conceded Points
1 Alytis Alytus 34 25 6 3 92 21 81
2 Kauno Jėgeriai 34 23 6 5 83 18 75
3 Vėtra-2 Vilnius 34 21 8 5 70 20 71
4 Polonija Vilnius 34 21 5 8 85 33 66
5 Geležinis Vilkas Vilnius 34 18 7 9 66 41 61
6 KFK Šiauliai-2 34 17 7– 10 54 45 58
7 LKKA ir Teledema Kaunas 34 17 6 11 67 46 57
8 Sūduva-2 Marijampolė 34 16 7 11 57 38 55
9 Lietava Jonava 34 17 4 13 63 48 55
10 Kruoja Pakruojis 34 16 5 13 64 50 53
11 Atletas Kaunas 34 13 5 16 49 45 44
12 Babrungas Plungė 34 12 6 16 48 54 42
13 Kuršiai Neringa 34 9 7 18 42 58 34
14 Vilkmergė Ukmergė 34 8 8 18 34 60 32
15 FK Vilnius-2 34 8 4 22 32 61 28
16 Utenis Utena 34 9 1 24 40 115 28
17 Tauras ir Erra Tauragė 34 7 6 21 45 83 27
18 Rodovitas Klaipėda 34 0 0 34 19 174 0

2 Lyga

2 Lyga zone South

Position Club Games played Wins Draws Loses Goals scored Goals conceded Points
1 Rodiklis Kaunas 26 24 2 0 87 19 72
2 Interas-AE Visaginas 26 21 3 2 76 18 66
3 SM Alytis-2 Alytus 26 15 3 8 57 34 48
4 SC Savingė Kaišiadorys 26 14 5 7 62 43 47
5 Sveikata Kybartai 26 13 7 6 46 37 46
6 FM Spyris Kaunas 26 13 3 10 44 43 42
7 Neris Karmėlava 26 12 2 12 50 44 38
8 Vidzgiris Alytus 26 10 6 10 45 41 36
9 SC Šilas Kazlų Rūda 25 9 3 13 46 49 30
10 Nevėžis-2 Kėdainiai 25 7 6 12 26 43 27
11 FK Anykščiai 26 5 6 14 22 42 21
12 Valdima SC Prienai 26 5 3 18 20 79 18
13 FK Kalvarija 26 4 4 18 24 61 16
14 SM Vienybė Ukmergė 26 3 0 24 17 69 9

2 Lyga zone West

Position Club Games played Wins Draws Loses Goals scored Goals conceded Points
1 Atlantas-2 Klaipėda 22 19 2 1 90 17 59
2 FK Šilutė-2 22 18 2 2 70 10 56
3 Minija Kretinga 22 14 3 5 42 25 45
4 Glestum Klaipėda 22 12 5 5 48 24 41
5 Banga Gargždai 22 12 4 6 45 35 40
6 GMT 83 Gargždai 22 11 4 6 53 29 37
7 Sakuona Plikiai 22 8 5 9 40 42 29
8 FK Pagėgiai 22 7 1 14 38 64 22
9 Salantas Salantai 22 4 3 15 26 66 15
10 Gintaras Palanga 22 5 0 17 30 65 15
11 Švyturys Klaipėda 22 4 0 18 30 80 12
12 Babrungas-2 Plungė 22 2 3 17 26 81 9

2 Lyga zone North

Position Club Games played Wins Draws Loses Goals scored Goals conceded Points
1 Kražantė Kelmė 18 14 1 3 59 26 43
2 Ekranas-2 Panevėžys 18 13 1 4 45 23 40
3 Juventa-99 Šiauliai 18 10 4 4 40 25 34
4 FK Mažeikiai 18 9 1 8 43 32 28
5 KFK Šiauliai-3 17 9 1 7 42 35 28
6 Venta Kuršėnai 17 8 4 5 26 22 28
7 Mastis Telšiai 18 6 2 10 21 27 20
8 FK Šiauliai 18 4 4 10 22 51 16
9 Rinkuškiai Biržai 18 4 2 12 27 43 14
10 SC Akmenė 18 2 0 16 16 57 6

References


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