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FK Vilnius

FC Vilnius
FC Vilnius's Logo
Full name Football Club Vilnius
Nickname(s) -
Founded 2003
Ground Vėtra Stadium
Vilnius
Ground Capacity 5,030
Chairman Algimantas Breikštas
Manager Antanas Vingilys
League LFF I Lyga
2008 5th
Home colours
Away colours

FC Vilnius was a Lithuanian football club, playing in the capital city of Vilnius.

At first it was known under the name Šviesa. In 2003, the club made its debut in the Lithuanian top division. In 2007, the club went back to the second division, and in 2008, this club disappeared from the Lithuanian football history.

Current squad

As of April, 2008: 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 Brazil GK Luiz Fernando Pereira
2 Lithuania DF Tomas Statkevičius
3 Lithuania DF Georgas Freidgeimas
4 Lithuania DF Vikentij Ivanov
5 Lithuania MF Artūras Žulpa
6 Brazil DF Rudnei José Souza Francisco
7 Lithuania FW Brunas Biskys
10 Lithuania FW Marius Papšys
11 Lithuania FW Tadas Eliošius
12 Lithuania GK Piotr Dubrovskij
13 Lithuania DF Robertas Freidgeimas
14 Lithuania MF Viktor Pašin
15 Lithuania MF Eivinas Zagurskas
17 Lithuania DF Pavel Stempkovski
18 Lithuania DF Vitalijus Savickas
19 Lithuania MF Algirdas Breikštas
20 Brazil MF Ricardo André Felis Reis
No. Position Player
21 Lithuania DF Marius Stanaitis
22 Lithuania MF Ernestas Biskys
23 Lithuania DF Denis Gordej
27 Lithuania MF Povilas Krasnovskis
29 Lithuania FW Jevgenij Dovkša
30 Brazil FW Richard Gomes da Silva
33 Lithuania GK Igoris Jakovlevas
41 Lithuania DF Dmitrij Ovsejuk
42 Lithuania GK Marius Šalkauskas
43 Lithuania DF Dmitrij Migunov
45 Lithuania MF Vilius Zabarauskas
46 Lithuania MF Valentin Baranovskij
48 Lithuania FW Gediminas Skrockas
49 Lithuania FW Aleksandr Ivanov
88 Lithuania MF Romuald Kurčevskij
99 Lithuania MF Gediminas Kruša

Former players

Participation in Lithuanian championships

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