|UEFA Category 3 stadium|
|Address||Liepkalnio g. 13/2|
|Owner||Lithuanian Football Federation|
|Žalgiris Vilnius (2004–present)
In 2004 it was the first private football-oriented stadium in Lithuania rebuilt after the Soviet era. It was then renamed to Vėtra Stadium as the home ground of FK Vėtra. In 2005 it hosted its first international national team matches.
Following the bankrupt of FK Vėtra in 2010, the stadium was taken over by the Lithuanian Football Federation and renamed again as the LFF Stadium. The stadium has under seen various improvements to meet UEFA stadium 3rd category status. Following the renovation the stadium also includes the new headquarters of the LFF, while the grass pitch was changed with an artificial turf.
The current capacity of the stadium is 5,067.
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- "Į rinktinės varžybas atėję aistruoliai galės grožėtis malonia staigmena - švieslente" (in Lithuanian). Eurofootball.lt. Retrieved 15 October 2016.
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