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Sūduva Marijampolė

FK Sūduva
Full name Football Club Sūduva
Nickname(s) Suvalkiečiai (Sudovians)
Founded 1968
Ground Sūduva stadium
Ground Capacity 6,200
Chairman Lithuania Vidmantas Murauskas
Manager Lithuania Darius Gvildys
League A Lyga
2012 A Lyga, 3rd
Home colours
Away colours

FK Sūduva is a football club from the city of Marijampolė, Lithuania.

In 2006 the team won the Lithuanian Cup, a feat they repeated in 2009 with a 1–0 victory over Tauras in the final.[1]


At the UEFA Cup 2002-03 tournament Sūduva twice defeated Brann of Norway 3–2. During the home game 21-year-old Tomas Radzinevičius scored a hat-trick. Their next opponent, Glasgow Celtic, of Scotland proved to be much stronger. FK Sūduva suffered a significant loss in Scotland 1–8 and lost at home 0–2.




Participation in Lithuanian Championships

Participation in the LFF Cup

  • 2002 – Finalist
  • 2003 – Semi Finals
  • 2004 – 1/8 Finals
  • 2005 – Quarter Finals
  • 2006 – Champions
  • 2009 – Champions
  • 2010 – Semi Finals

Participation in Europe cups

Season Cup Round Club Score Aggregate
2002–03 UEFA Cup QR Norway Brann 3–2, 3–2 6–4
1R Scotland Celtic 1–8, 0–2 1–10
2006–07 UEFA Cup 1Q Wales Rhyl 0–0, 2–1 2–1
2Q Belgium Club Brugge 0–2, 2–5 2–7
2007–08 UEFA Cup 1Q Northern Ireland Dungannon Swifts 0–1, 4–0 4–1
2Q Norway Brann 1–2, 3–4 4–6
2008–09 UEFA Cup 1Q Wales TNS 1–0, 1–0 2–0
2Q Austria Red Bull Salzburg 1–4, 1–0 2–4
2009–10 UEFA Europa League 2Q Denmark Randers 0–1, 1–1 1–2
2010–11 UEFA Europa League 2Q Austria Rapid Wien 0–2, 2–4 2–6
2011–12 UEFA Europa League 2Q Sweden Elfsborg 1–1, 0–3 1–4
2012–13 UEFA Europa League 1Q Latvia Daugava 0–1, 3–2 3–3(a)
2Q Serbia Vojvodina 1–1, 0–4 1–5
2013–14 UEFA Europa League 1Q Republic of Macedonia Horizont Turnovo 2–2, 2–2 4–4 (4–5 p)

Current squad

As of 6 July 2013.

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
2 Lithuania DF Nerijus Radžius
4 Lithuania DF Vytautas Lasevičius
5 Lithuania DF Darius Isoda
8 Lithuania MF Tadas Lekeckas
9 Lebanon FW Mohamad Kdouh
10 Lithuania MF Povilas Kisilevskis
12 Lithuania DF Povilas Leimonas
13 Lithuania MF Karolis Chvedukas
14 Lithuania DF Paulius Daukša
16 Lithuania MF Audrius Brokas
19 China DF Ren Xin
20 Lithuania DF Dovydas Tumosa
21 Lithuania MF Nerijus Valskis
No. Position Player
22 Lithuania DF Gytis Urba
23 Lithuania FW Armandas Breivė
24 Lithuania DF Vilmantas Bagdanavičius
25 Lithuania MF Valentin Baranovskij
29 Croatia MF Petar Bašić
30 Lithuania GK Dovydas Lastauskas
31 Lithuania GK Džiugas Bartkus
34 Lithuania MF Giedrius Matulevičius
35 Lithuania GK Tomas Radzinevičius
77 Latvia GK Pāvels Davidovs
82 Brazil FW Rafael Ledesma
88 Lithuania MF Marius Šoblinskas
91 Italy DF Maximiliano Uggè

Technical staff

Position Name
Head coach Lithuania Darius Gvildys
Assistant coach Lithuania Algimantas Dvareckas
Goalkeeping coach Lithuania Audrius Ramonas
Head physio Lithuania Nerijus Stepanauskas
2nd team coach Lithuania Algimantas Dvareckas

Notable players


  • Lithuania Jonas Kaupaitis (1968–73)
  • Lithuania Mantas Valukonis (1991)
  • Lithuania Saulius Stankūnas (1991–03)
  • Lithuania Algimantas Gabrys (2003)
  • Lithuania Valdemaras Žilinskas 2004)
  • Italy Rino Lavezzini (2004–05)
  • Lithuania Algimantas Gabrys (2005–08)
  • Lithuania Igoris Pankratjevas (2008)
  • Lithuania Gedas Jarmalavičius (2008–09)
  • Lithuania Donatas Vencevičius (2010–11)
  • Lithuania Virginijus Liubšys (April 17, 2010–July 6, 2012)
  • Lithuania Darius Gvildys (July 9, 2012–present)


External links

  • Official Website
  • Fans Blog

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