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Football in Latvia

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Football in Latvia

Football is not Latvia's national sport; however, in recent years it has gained popularity.[1][2] Latvian football is led by the Latvian Football Federation.[3][4]


  • League system 1
  • See also 2
    • National teams 2.1
      • Women's teams 2.1.1
    • Leagues 2.2
      • Women's leagues 2.2.1
    • Clubs 2.3
    • Competitions 2.4
  • References 3
  • External links 4

League system




Latvian Higher League
10 clubs


Latvian First League
16 clubs


Latvian Second League
50 clubs divided in 7 Federations

See also

National teams

Latvia national football team

Latvia national under-21 football team

Latvia national under-19 football team

Latvia national under-17 football team

Women's teams

Latvia women's national football team


Latvian Higher League

Latvian First League

Latvian Second League

Women's leagues

Latvian Women's League



Latvian Football Cup

Latvian Supercup


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External links

  • - Latvian football league tables, records & statistics database. (English)
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