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Atlantas Klaipėda

FK Atlantas
Club crest
Full name Football Club Atlantas
Founded 1962
Ground Žalgiris Stadium
Klaipėda
Ground Capacity 5000
Chairman Lithuania Vacys Lekevičius
Manager Russia Konstantin Sarsania
League A Lyga
2011 A Lyga, 11th
Home colours
Away colours

FK Atlantas is a Lithuanian football team from the port city of Klaipėda. The team currently plays on the first level of the Lithuanian football league pyramid.

The club's name has changed several times. It was established in 1962 as Granitas, and became PSK Aras in 1993. Since 1996, when FK Sirijus Klaipėda got up into the club, it has had the name Atlantas, which in Lithuanian language means Atlantic Ocean.

Atlantas were Lithuanian champions in 1978, 1980, 1981, and 1984.

Honours

1977, 1981, 1983, 1986, 2001, 2003
1978, 1980, 1981, 1984

Season-by-season

Lithuania Lithuania
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L Goals P Top Scorer Cup Europe
1991 1st 7 14 5 4 5 15-14 14

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Lithuania GK Mindaugas Malinauskas
2 Lithuania DF Edgaras Ditmonas
3 Lithuania DF Lukas Artimavičius
4 Lithuania MF Gerardas Žukauskas
5 Russia FW Maxim Maximov
6 Lithuania MF Andrius Bartkus
7 Lithuania FW Evaldas Razulis
8 Lithuania MF Andrius Urbšys
9 Lithuania FW Valdas Trakys
10 Lithuania MF Marius Papšys
11 Lithuania FW Tadas Eliošius
12 Lithuania FW Žilvinas Kymantas
13 Lithuania MF Donatas Navikas
14 Lithuania MF Skirmantas Rakauskas
17 Lithuania DF Markas Beneta
18 Lithuania DF Andrius Jokšas
No. Position Player
19 Lithuania MF Dovydas Virkšas
20 Lithuania DF Kazimieras Gnedojus
21 Lithuania FW Lukas Baranauskas
22 Lithuania GK Mantas Galdikas
23 Lithuania DF Rolandas Baravykas
24 Lithuania DF Donatas Nakrošius
26 Lithuania MF Gediminas Kruša
28 Lithuania FW Karolis Laukžemis
29 Russia MF Anton Alajev
31 Lithuania MF Zigmas Jesipovas
32 Lithuania MF Ernestas Veliulis
33 Lithuania DF Marius Kazlauskas
35 Lithuania DF Edgaras Žarskis
39 Lithuania MF Donatas Kazlauskas
40 Lithuania GK Osvaldas Kniukšta

Notable Former Players

European Cups History

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2001-02 UEFA Cup Qualifying round Romania Rapid Bucureşti 0-4 0–8
2002-03 UEFA Cup Qualifying round Bulgaria Litex Lovech 0-5 1–3
2003-04 UEFA Cup Qualifying round Poland Dyskobolia Grodzisk 0-2 1-4
2004 UEFA Intertoto Cup Qualifying round Russia FC Spartak Moscow 1-0 0-2
2005-06 UEFA Cup Qualifying round Wales Rhyl 3-2 1-2

Participation in Lithuanian Championships

Managers

References

External links

  • Official website
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