Lithuania Score
UEFA European Championship
Portugal
Lithuania 2
6
0
L
Lithuania 2
Serbia 1
1
2
L
Ukraine 1
Lithuania 2
2
0
L
Lithuania
Portugal
1
5
L
Lithuania 1
Ukraine 1
0
3
L
Serbia 1
Lithuania 3
4
1
L
Lithuania 2 6
Luxembourg 3
1
1
D
Luxembourg 3
Lithuania 2
2
1
L
International Friendly
Lithuania 2
New Zealand 1
1
0
W
Azerbaijan 2
Lithuania 3
0
0
D
Lithuania Fixtures
UEFA Nations League
Lithuania
Kazakhstan
Albania
Lithuania
Lithuania
Belarus
Lithuania
Albania
Belarus
Lithuania
Kazakhstan
Lithuania
Lithuania Player
# Name Position
 
Karolis Chvedukas Central Midfield
1
Emilijus Zubas Goalkeeper
16
Ernestas Setkus Goalkeeper
 
Dziugas Bartkus Goalkeeper
 
Tomas Svedkauskas Goalkeeper
 
Marius Adamonis Goalkeeper
2
Linas Klimavicius Defender
3
Markus Palionis Defender
5
Algis Jankauskas Defender
8
Egidijus Vaitkunas Defender
13
Saulius Mikoliunas Defender
23
Rolandas Baravykas Defender
 
Nerijus Valskis Defender
 
Vaidas Slavickas Defender
 
Valdemar Borovskij Defender
 
Povilas Leimonas Defender
 
Justinas Janusevskis Defender
4
Edvinas Girdvainis Midfielder
6
Justas Lasickas Midfielder
7
Julius Kasparavicius Midfielder
9
Deivydas Matulevicius Midfielder
10
Paulius Golubickas Midfielder
15
Giedrius Matulevicius Midfielder
17
Mantas Kuklys Midfielder
19
Vytautas Andriuskevicius Midfielder
20
Domantas Simkus Midfielder
21
Modestas Vorobjovas Midfielder
 
Daniel Romanovskij Midfielder
 
Gratas Sirgedas Midfielder
 
Markas Beneta Midfielder
 
Vaidotas Silenas Midfielder
 
Simonas Paulius Midfielder
 
Deimantas Petravicius Midfielder
 
Justinas Marazas Midfielder
 
Rimvydas Sadauskas Midfielder
 
Darvydas Sernas Midfielder
 
Arturas Zulpa Midfielder
 
Ovidijus Verbickas Midfielder
11
Arvydas Novikovas Forward
14
Vykintas Slivka Forward
18
Donatas Kazlauskas Forward
22
Fedor Cernych Forward
 
Karolis Laukzemis Forward
12
Vytautas Cerniauskas Right Midfield
 
Edgaras Jankauskas Coach
About Lithuania
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  • Name: Lithuania
  • City:
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  • Established Date: 1922
  • Coach: Edgaras Jankauskas
The Lithuania national football team (Lithuanian: Lietuvos nacionalin? futbolo rinktin?) is under the auspices of the Lithuanian Football Federation. It played its first match in 1923. In 1940, Lithuania was incorporated in the Soviet Union; the country regained its independence in 1990 and played their first match as a new nation against Georgia on 27 May of that year. Although Lithuania has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup, nor the UEFA European Championship, it has successfully participated in the local sub-regional Baltic Cup tournament, which takes place every two years between Lithuania and its Baltic rivals, Latvia and Estonia. Lithuania has won the Baltic Cup championship 11 times, only Latvia has more. Despite this Lithuania holds the record for winning the most consecutive Baltic Cup championships, four titles in a row from 1996 till 2000. Since 2012 the team has played its home matches at the LFF Stadium, Vilnius.