FK Mažeikiai

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FK Mažeikiai
FK Mažeikiai logo.png
Full name Mažeikių futbolo klubas
Founded 1947
Dissolved 2016
Ground Mažeikių sporto centro stadionas,
Mažeikiai
Ground Capacity 2,400

FK Mažeikiai was a Lithuanian football club from city of Mažeikiai.

Romar era[edit]

1992 FK Mažeikiai changed its name to Romar – an acronym for Romas Marcinkevičius, main investor of the club. Under Marcinkevičius club begun its rapid rise in the elite division. In 1993 ROMAR finished sixth, and in 1994 won Lithuanian championship. 1995 season Romar finished in third position but because of financial crisis that hit the club was expelled from the top division

Name[edit]

During its history the club has changed its name several times:

  • 1961 – ETG Mažeikiai
  • 1962 – Elektra Mažeikiai
  • 1973 – Atmosfera Mažeikiai
  • 1990 – Jovaras Mažeikiai
  • 1992 – FK Mažeikiai
  • 1992 – ROMAR Mažeikiai
  • 1995 – FK Mažeikiai
  • 2001 – Nafta Mažeikiai
  • 2003 – FK Mažeikiai

Participation in Lithuanian Championships[edit]

  • 2011 – 9th (A lyga)
  • 2010 – 9th (A lyga)
  • 2009 – 3rd (1 Lyga)
  • 2008 – 1st (2 Lyga West)
  • 2007 – 4th (2 Lyga North)
  • 2006 – 3rd (2 Lyga North)
  • 2005 – 4th (2 Lyga North)
  • 2004 – 6th (1 Lyga)
  • 2003 – 1st (2 Lyga)