FK Atletas Kaunas

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FK Atletas Kaunas
FK LKKA ir Teledema Kaunas.png
Full name Kauno futbolo klubas „Atletas“
Founded 2005
Ground Kaunas LŽŪU stadium, Kaunas
Ground Capacity 1.000
Chairman Lithuania Kristina Gražytė
Manager Lithuania Darius Urbelionis
League A Lyga
2009 A Lyga, 7th

FK Atletas Kaunas (former:LKKA ir Teledema) is a Lithuanian football club from the city of Kaunas. The majority of the players is recruited from the Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education. LKKA ir Teledema earned promotion to the A Lyga, Lithuanias top football division, for the 2009 season after FBK Kaunas and Atlantas Klaipėda voluntarily withdrew their participation.[1] The team play in the A Lyga for the first time in club history.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Lithuania GK Algirdas Surgautas
2 Lithuania DF Mantas Sirvidas
3 Lithuania DF Gediminas Zaborskis
4 Lithuania DF Gediminas Macevičius
6 Lithuania DF Kęstutis Petkus
7 Lithuania MF
8 Lithuania MF Paulius Smaryginas
9 Lithuania FW Eimantas Marozas
10 Lithuania FW Jaunius Mikalauskas
11 Lithuania FW Jaunius Juozaitis
12 Lithuania GK Aivaras Bražinskas
13 Lithuania DF Rokas Garastas
14 Lithuania FW Mindaugas Grušauskas
15 Lithuania DF Karolis Vasiliauskas
16 Lithuania FW Vaidas Macianskis
No. Position Player
17 Lithuania MF Erikas Ruškys
18 Lithuania DF Eringas Degutis
19 Lithuania DF Audrius Juozaitis
20 Lithuania FW Aleksandras Jefišovas
21 Lithuania DF Paulius Macevičius
22 Lithuania GK Mantas Gintalas
23 Lithuania FW Eisvinas Utyra
24 Lithuania DF Klaudijus Blaževičius
25 Lithuania MF Arnas Juozaitis
26 Lithuania MF Edmundas Pukys
27 Lithuania FW Mantas Juozapaitis
30 Lithuania MF Vladas Petkevičius
32 Lithuania GK Mantas Tamulionis
33 Lithuania DF Marius Žukovas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A lygoje "Kauno", "Atlanto", ir "Žalgirio" nebus" (in Lithuanian). www.futbolas.lt. 27 March 2009. Retrieved 28 March 2009. [dead link]

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