Darius Maciulevičius

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Darius Maciulevičius
Personal information
Full name Darius Maciulevičius
Date of birth (1973-11-06) 6 November 1973 (age 41)
Place of birth Lithuanian SSR, Soviet Union
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Retired
Number 30
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1991-1995 FK Žalgiris Vilnius
1995-1997 FK Inkaras Kaunas
1997 FC Alania Vladikavkaz 8 (2)
1998-2000 FK Kareda Kaunas
2000-2002 Hakoah Ramat Gan
2002-2003 FC Vilnius
2003 FBK Kaunas
2004 FC Lisma-Mordovia Saransk 12 (0)
2004-2008 FK Sūduva Marijampolė
2009 Atlantis FC
National team
1991-2005 Lithuania 38 (8)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 24 May 2009

Darius Maciulevičius (born 6 November 1973) is a former Lithuanian footballer, who last played for Atlantis FC in the Finnish second tier Ykkönen.

Career[edit]

He has also represented clubs such as Alania Vladikavkaz, Hakoah Ramat Gan and FK Sūduva Marijampolė.

International career[edit]

Maciulevičius played 37 caps, scoring 8 goals, for the Lithuainian National Team.

International goals and appearances[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Result Minutes Goal Competition
1 15 November 1991 Vilnius  Estonia 4 – 1 Substituted in 75' Baltic Cup
2 8 September 1993 Dublin  Ireland 2 – 0 Substituted in 68' WCQ
3 17 May 1995 Vilnius  Greece 2 – 1 Substituted off 63' Goal 30' Friendly
4 8 September 1993 Vilnius  Slovenia 2 – 1 Substituted off 74' ECQ
5 29 July 1995 Vilnius  Belarus 1 – 1 Substituted off 77' Friendly
6 16 August 1995 Tallinn  Estonia 0 – 1 90' Goal 48' ECQ
7 6 September 1995 Vilnius  Ukraine 1 – 3 90' Goal 15' ECQ
8 10 October 1995 Vilnius  Estonia 5 – 0 90' Goal 8' ECQ
9 15 November 1995 Reggio Emilia  Italy 4 – 0 Substituted off 72' ECQ
10 21 February 1996 Haifa  Israel 4 – 2 90' Goal 32' Friendly
11 31 July 1996 Minsk  Belarus 2 – 2 90' Friendly
12 13 August 1996 Kiev  Ukraine 5 – 2 90' Friendly
13 31 August 1996 Bucharest  Romania 3 – 0 Substituted off 46' WCQ
14 5 October 1996 Vilnius  Iceland 2 – 0 Substituted off 46' WCQ
15 9 October 1996 Vilnius  Liechtenstein 2 – 1 Substituted off 56' WCQ
16 16 October 1996 Teresena  Brazil 3 – 1 Substituted off 78' Friendly
17 3 November 1996 Vilnius  Indonesia 4 – 0 Substituted off 63' Goal 26' Friendly
18 2 April 1997 Vilnius  Romania 0 – 1 90' WCQ
19 30 April 1997 Eschen  Liechtenstein 3 – 2 Substituted off 46' WCQ
20 31 March 1999 Vilnius  Estonia 1 – 2 90' ECQ
21 5 June 1999 Sarajevo  Bosnia 2 – 0 Substituted off 46' ECQ
22 9 June 1999 Tallinn  Estonia 1 – 2 Substituted in 46' Goal 56' ECQ
23 9 October 1999 Glasgow  Scotland 3 – 0 Substituted in 54' ECQ
24 26 April 2000 Vilnius  Latvia 2 – 2 Substituted off 88' Goal 86' Friendly
25 3 June 2000 Vilnius  Armenia 1 – 2 90' Friendly
26 3 September 2000 Bucharest  Romania 1 – 0 Substituted off 46' WCQ
27 7 October 2000 Kaunas  Georgia 0 – 4 Substituted in 39' WCQ
28 4 July 2001 Riga  Estonia 5 – 2 Substituted off 68' Baltic Cup
29 5 July 2001 Riga  Latvia 4 – 1 90' Baltic Cup
30 29 March 2003 Nürnberg  Germany 1 – 1 Substituted in 46' ECQ
31 2 April 2003 Kaunas  Scotland 1 – 0 Substituted in 70' ECQ
32 30 April 2003 Kaunas  Romania 0 – 1 Substituted off 66' Friendly
33 11 June 2003 Kaunas  Iceland 0 – 3 Substituted in 71' ECQ
34 3 July 2003 Valga  Estonia 1 – 5 Substituted off 55' Baltic Cup
35 4 July 2003 Valga  Latvia 2 – 1 Substituted off 46' Baltic Cup
36 11 October 2003 Glasgow  Scotland 1 – 0 Substituted in 80' ECQ
37 21 May 2005 Kaunas  Latvia 2 – 0 Substituted off 46' Baltic Cup

Honours[edit]

National Team

External links[edit]