FK Tukums 2000

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FK Tukums 2000
Full nameFutbola klubs Tukums 2000
GroundTukuma pilsētas stadions,
Tukums, Latvia
ChairmanJurģis Kalns
ManagerAndrejs Lapsa
LeagueLatvian First League
WebsiteClub website

FK Tukums 2000 is Latvian football club located in Tukums. Since its foundation, the club has been training young boys and girls. In 2007 the club formed a men's team that could play in the second-highest division of Latvian football (the Latvian First League).


FK Tukums was founded on May 20, 2000 as "FK Tukums-2000.[1] The club started its participation in the Latvian Second League in 2004, finishing in 4th place. In 2005, FK Tukums-2000 played in the Latvian First League and finished in 13th place at the end of the season. The 2008 season was yet again spent in the Second League, the third tier of Latvian football. The club finished in 3rd place. Several players with Latvian Higher League experience were invited to join, and not surprisingly the team won the Latvian First League that year, being promoted to the Latvian Higher League.[2] At the end of the 2014 season they were relegated to the Latvian First League.


As of 30 April 2017

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

No. Position Player
1 Latvia GK Tomass Lāža
71 Latvia GK Adrians Pisa

3 Latvia DF Viesturs Ostrovskis
5 Latvia DF Evards Vedzems
11 Latvia DF Kristaps Vilmanis
15 Latvia DF Roberts Balodis
17 Latvia DF Alvis Ādamsons
23 Latvia DF Sandijs Joksts
24 Latvia DF Atis Kovaļovs
88 Latvia DF Toms Aizgrāvis

2 Latvia MF Kristaps Petuhs
4 Latvia MF Edgars Mūrnieks
No. Position Player
8 Latvia MF Dmitrijs Novgorodskis
9 Latvia MF Edijs Joksts
10 Latvia MF Artis Miškins
16 Latvia MF Nils Svarens
18 Latvia MF Krists Krūmiņš
20 Latvia MF Mareks Korns
21 Latvia MF Raivis Vītolnieks
22 Russia MF Sardor Rustamov

7 Latvia FW Rinalds Smirdciems
14 Latvia FW Raivis Bērziņš
19 Latvia FW Kristers Švāns
25 Latvia FW Atis Ozols


  1. ^ [1] Archived July 8, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Latvijas futbola federācija". Retrieved 2015-07-09.

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