FK Ekranas

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FK Ekranas
FK Ekranas's logo
Full nameFootball Club Ekranas
Nickname(s)Mėlynai Raudoni (The Blue-Reds)
Founded1964
(by Vincentas Navickas)
GroundAukštaitija Stadium
Panevėžys, Lithuania
(Capacity: 4,000)
ChairmanLithuania Aušrys Labinas
LeagueA Lyga
2013A Lyga, 3rd
WebsiteClub home page
Home colours
Away colours
Current season
 
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FK Ekranas
FK Ekranas's logo
Full nameFootball Club Ekranas
Nickname(s)Mėlynai Raudoni (The Blue-Reds)
Founded1964
(by Vincentas Navickas)
GroundAukštaitija Stadium
Panevėžys, Lithuania
(Capacity: 4,000)
ChairmanLithuania Aušrys Labinas
LeagueA Lyga
2013A Lyga, 3rd
WebsiteClub home page
Home colours
Away colours
Current season

Futbolo Klubas Ekranas is a Lithuanian football club, playing in the city of Panevėžys.

The club was founded in 1964.

It has won Lithuanian championships in 1985 (Soviet Lithuania), 1993, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, the Lithuanian Cup in 1985 (Soviet Lithuania), 1998, 2000, 2010 and 2011 and the Lithuanian Super Cup in 1998, 2006, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

On 5 November 2004, before the A Lyga champion-deciding match against FBK Kaunas, the club was controversially expelled from the first division by the National Football Club Association (NFKA) for alleged match fixing, but reinstated a day later.

In August 2006 FK Ekranas won the first Baltic Champion's Cup tournament in Liepāja after beating Estonian champions TVMK Tallinn 6–4 and drawing with the home side Liepājas Metalurgs 1–1.

Honours[edit]

Ekranas fans. Pirmoji Armada

Participation in Lithuanian Championships[edit]

YearDivisionPositionYearDivisionPositionYearDivisionPosition
1991A Lyga4th2000A Lyga4th2010A Lyga1st
1991–92A Lyga5th2001A Lyga4th2011A Lyga1st
1992–93A Lyga1st2002A Lyga3rd2012A Lyga1st
1993–94A Lyga3rd2003A Lyga2nd2013A Lyga3rd
1994–95A Lyga8th2004A Lyga2nd2014A Lyga
1995–96A Lyga7th2005A Lyga1st
1996–97A Lyga5th2006A Lyga2nd
1997–98A Lyga3rd2007A Lyga3rd
1998–99A Lyga4th2008A Lyga1st
1999A Lyga5th2009A Lyga1st

UEFA club competition results[edit]

Match line-up for Champions League 2nd. leg against Shamrock Rovers F.C.. 2012-07-24
Match line-up for Champions League 2nd. leg against R.S.C. Anderlecht. 2012-08-08
Match line-up for Europa League 1st. leg against FC Steaua București. 2012-08-23
As of 23 July 2013
CompetitionPWDLGFGA
Champions League2053121940
UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League187291736
Cup Winners Cup201145
Intertoto Cup8215712
Total48147274793
SeasonCupRndOpponentHomeAwayAggregate
1993–94Champions League1QMalta Floriana0–10–10–2Symbol delete vote.svg
1998–99Cup Winners Cup1QCyprus Apollon Limassol1–23–34–5Symbol delete vote.svg
1999Intertoto Cup1RRomania Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ0–10–10–2Symbol delete vote.svg
2000–01UEFA CupQBelgium Lierse S.K.0–30–40–7Symbol delete vote.svg
2001Intertoto Cup1RSlovakia FC Artmedia Bratislava1–11–12–2*Symbol delete vote.svg
2003–04UEFA CupQHungary Debreceni VSC1–11–22–3Symbol delete vote.svg
2004–05UEFA Cup1QLuxembourg F91 Dudelange1–02–13–1Symbol keep vote.svg
2QNorway Odd Grenland2–11–33–4Symbol delete vote.svg
2005–06UEFA Cup1QRepublic of Ireland Cork City0–21–01–2Symbol delete vote.svg
2006–07Champions League1QAlbania Elbasani3–00–13–1Symbol keep vote.svg
2QCroatia Dinamo Zagreb1–42–53–9Symbol delete vote.svg
2007–08UEFA Cup1QFaroe Islands B36 Tórshavn3–23–16–3Symbol keep vote.svg
2QNorway Vålerenga1–10–61–7Symbol delete vote.svg
2008Intertoto Cup1REstonia Narva Trans1–03–04–0Symbol keep vote.svg
2RNorway Rosenborg1–30–41–7Symbol delete vote.svg
2009–10Champions League2QAzerbaijan Baku2–22–44–6Symbol delete vote.svg
2010–11Champions League2QFinland HJK Helsinki1–00–21–2Symbol delete vote.svg
2011–12Champions League2QMalta Valletta1–03–24–2Symbol keep vote.svg
3QBelarus BATE Borisov0–01–31–3Symbol delete vote.svg
2011–12Europa LeaguePlay-OffIsrael Hapoel Tel Aviv1–00–41–4Symbol delete vote.svg
2012–13Champions League2QRepublic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers2–10–02–1Symbol keep vote.svg
3QBelgium Anderlecht0–60–50–11Symbol delete vote.svg
2012–13Europa LeaguePlay-OffRomania Steaua București0–20–30–5Symbol delete vote.svg
2013–14Champions League2QIceland Fimleikafélag Hafnarfjarðar0–11–21–3Symbol delete vote.svg
2014–15Europa League1Q

*FC Artmedia Bratislava victory after the penalty shootout.

1Q – 1st Qualifying Round; 2Q – 2nd Qualifying Round; 1R – 1st Round; 2R – 2nd Round

UEFA Team Ranking 2012[edit]

RankTeamPoints
208Norway Tromsø IL6.335
209Switzerland Servette FC6.335
210Norway Aalesunds FK6.335
211Lithuania FK Ekranas6.300
212Kazakhstan FC Aktobe6.191
213Poland Ruch Chorzów6.150
214Belarus FC Gomel6.125

As of 9 December 2012. Source

Sponsors[edit]

RoleSponsors
Kit manufacturerGermany Adidas

Players and managers[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 27 March 2014.

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

No.PositionPlayer
1LithuaniaGKLukas Žukauskas
2LithuaniaDFGotaras Vasiliauskas
3LithuaniaDFMartynas Dūda
4LithuaniaDFSigitas Urbys
5LithuaniaDFAivaras Meškinis
6LithuaniaMFDonatas Petrauskas
7LithuaniaMFLukas Narbutas
8LithuaniaFWEdvardas Tamulevičius
9LithuaniaMFTomas Dapkus
10LithuaniaMFTomas Salamanavičius
11NigeriaMFUchenna Umeh
12LithuaniaGKDovydas Pukas
14LithuaniaMFRokas Stanulevičius
No.PositionPlayer
15SerbiaDFAleksandar Šušnjar
17LithuaniaMFJonas Skinderis
18LithuaniaFWLukas Kochanauskas
20LithuaniaMFDovydas Norvilas
21LithuaniaDFDžiugas Petrauskas
22LithuaniaMFSigitas Urbys
27LithuaniaFWLukas Baranauskas
30LithuaniaMFDominykas Donėla
77LithuaniaMFEdgaras Baranauskas
88LithuaniaDFRytis Pilotas
93LithuaniaDFEdvinas Girdvainis
99LithuaniaGKKornelijus Timofejevas

Manager:

FK Ekranas First-Team Squad

Retired numbers[edit]

12Lithuania Club Supporters (the 12th Man)

International players[edit]

  • Lithuania Edgaras Baranauskas (U-21)
  • Lithuania Lukas Čerkauskas (U-21)
  • Lithuania Martynas Dūda (U-21)
  • Lithuania Edvinas Girdvainis (U-21)
  • Lithuania Lukas Narbutas (U-21)
  • Lithuania Dovydas Norvilas (U-21)
  • Lithuania Arnas Ribokas (U-21)
  • Lithuania Tomas Salamanavičius (U-21)
  • Lithuania Lukas Čerkauskas (U-19)
  • Lithuania Aivaras Meškinis (U-19)
  • Lithuania Lukas Narbutas (U-19)
  • Lithuania Vaidas Kavaliauskas (U-18)
  • Lithuania Žygimantas Žiaugra (U-18)
  • Lithuania Edvinas Dambrauskas (U-16)
  • Lithuania Radvilas Jakubonis (U-16)
  • Lithuania Paulius Lazdauskas (U-16)
  • Lithuania Kevinas Pavlijus (U-16)

Foreign players[edit]

EU Nationals

Non-EU Nationals

  • Nigeria Uchenna Umeh
  • Serbia Aleksandar Šušnjar

Youth/reserves squad[edit]

For the FK Ekranas-2 squads, see FK Ekranas Reserves .

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

No.PositionPlayer
1LithuaniaGKLukas Žukauskas
2LithuaniaMFEdgaras Baranauskas
6LithuaniaFWEdvardas Tamulevičius
15LithuaniaDFMartynas Dūda
25LithuaniaMFDarijus Šulnis
28LithuaniaMFGotaras Vasiliauskas
30LithuaniaDFLaurynas Bratkauskas
40LithuaniaGKDovydas Pūkas
42LithuaniaDFAivaras Meškinis
44LithuaniaDFAurimas Šulnys
45LithuaniaDFSigitas Urbys
No.PositionPlayer
47LithuaniaMFSaulius Čepkauskas
48LithuaniaFWLukas Narbutas
49LithuaniaMFTomas Salamanavičius
50LithuaniaMFSimonas Urbys
51LithuaniaMFRadvilas Jakubonis
55LithuaniaDFLukas Čerkauskas
66LithuaniaFWKęstutis Vedeckis
LithuaniaDFEdvinas Dambrauskas
LithuaniaDFKevinas Pavlijus
LithuaniaMFPaulius Lazdauskas

Manager: Lithuania Marius Skinderis

Technical staff[edit]

PositionName
Head coach
Head coach assistant
Physical coach
2nd Team coach & head coach assistantLithuania Valdas Dambrauskas
2nd Team coach assistantLithuania Marius Skinderis

Medical staff[edit]

PositionName
MedicLithuania Ramūnas Širvinskas
MasseurLithuania Jonas Vinogradovas

Managerial history[edit]

From–toNames
1964–76Lithuania Algimantas Balilionis
1972–75Lithuania Fulgentas Bižys
1980–89Lithuania Mindaugas Kaušpėdas
1989–07Lithuania Virginijus Liubšys
2007Lithuania Saulius Širmelis
2007–08Lithuania Darius Butkus
July 20, 2008 – June 30, 2009Lithuania Saulius Širmelis
June 2, 2009 – April 25, 2013Lithuania Valdas Urbonas

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]