|Full name||Futbolo Klubas Vėtra|
|Ground||Vėtra Stadium, Vilnius|
Their results in the 2005 tournament were not as successful, being eliminated in the early stages by losing both first round matches to future finalists CFR Cluj. In 2006, Vėtra played Shelbourne F.C. of Dublin in the UEFA Intertoto Cup, but lost 0-1 at home, and 0-4 in Ireland.
In the 2007 Intertoto Cup, Vėtra's second round game with Legia Warsaw was called off when Legia fans rioted. The scoreline was 2-0 to Vėtra at the time, and on July 11, UEFA decided to award the tie 3-0 to Vėtra, and expel Legia from the competition. Vėtra lost to English side Blackburn Rovers in the third round. .
In the 2008 edition of the UEFA Cup Vėtra lost to Viking Stavanger despite winning the first leg thanks to a bizarre goal.
In July 2009 Vėtra became the first Lithuanian club to progress in a European knock-out match after losing its first game at home. In the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League Vėtra lost 0-1 to HJK Helsinki but defeated their opponents 3-1 to earn a tie against Fulham FC. Vetra lost 3-0 at home and the same away, which means they were knocked out by Fulham.
The team played in the Lithuanian Premier division A Lyga but in summer of 2010 was expelled by Lithuniana Football Federation for financial troubles and debts to players, coaches and other club staff
Participation in Lithuanian Championships
Participation in European tournaments
|2004||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1st Round||JK Trans Narva||3-0, 1-0|
|2nd Round||Hibernian||1-1, 1-0|
|3rd Round||Esbjerg fB||1-1, 0-4|
|2005||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1st Round||CFR Cluj||2-3, 1-4|
|2006||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1st Round||Shelbourne FC||0-1, 0-4|
|2007||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1st Round||Llanelli AFC||3-1, 3-5|
|2nd Round||Legia Warszawa||'2-0'/3-0, (w/o)|
|3rd Round||Blackburn Rovers||0-2, 0-4|
|2008||UEFA Cup||1st Qualifying Round||Viking FK||1-0, 0-2|
|2009||Europa League||1st Qualifying Round||CS Grevenmacher||3-0, 3-0|
|2nd Qualifying Round||HJK Helsinki||0-1, 3-1|
|3rd Qualifying Round||Fulham||0-3, 0-3|
Notable former players
- Clément Beaud
- Tadas Kijanskas
- Dejan Milošeski
- Aidas Preikšaitis
- Andrius Skerla
- Darvydas Šernas
- Germanas Plenkovskis
- Marijan Budimir
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