III Lyga

Last updated
LFF III Lyga
Country Lithuania
Divisions5 County Zones (2019)
Number of teams38 (2019)
Level on pyramid4
Promotion to II Lyga
Relegation to Sunday Football League
Current champions(2019):
FK Medžiai Vilnius
Kražantė B
FK Kėdainiai
FK Sakuona-Rūgpienių kaimas
Prienai-Birštonas


Lithuanian Football Federation's III league, LFF II lyga is the fourth tier Lithuanian football championship.

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Members

The league consists of leagues organized by County Football Federations in each of the 10 Counties of Lithuania. Due to low participant numbers some counties do not run III lyga competitions.

Current Season

In 2019 only 6 federations organized III lyga competitions, two of them ran a combined league.

Vilnius III lyga [1] Kaunas & Marijampolė III lygaKlaipėda III lyga [2] Šiauliai III lyga [3] Alytus III lyga [4]
  • A komanda
  • AFK
  • Aktas
  • FK Elektrėnų Versmė
  • FK Medžiai
  • FKK Spartakas
  • Granitas
  • Kaišiadorys-Baltai
  • Navigatoriai
  • Ozas
  • SK Nemenčinė-Hegvita
  • VJFK Trakai
  • Šturmas Kaunas
  • Lietava Jonava
  • FK Tauras Kaunas
  • FK Kėdainiai
  • SMK Sparta Šakiai
  • FK Kazlų Rūda
  • EMD Statyba-Sendvaris
  • FK Granata-Jakai
  • Klaipėdos FM
  • Sakuona-Rūgpienių kaimas
  • Sarema
  • Sparta-Newlink.lt
  • „Adiada“
  • „Kruoja-Kupsc“
  • FC „Saulininkas“
  • FK „Akmenė“-SC
  • FK „Akmenės Cementas B-Juventa 99“
  • FK „Fanai“
  • FK „Kražantė B“
  • FK „Savanoris“
  • FK „Venta“
  • Ginkūnų „Šauliai-Dakaras“
  • Dainava Veisiejai
  • Prienai-Birštonas
  • FK Simnas
  • FK Mairas Alytus

County Leagues

Vilnius Region

Vilnius region league is by far the largest and most competitive. There were three more lower divisions competing in the region in 2019.

2019 season final standings:

#TeamPlayedWinDrawLoseGoals+Goals-G.diffPoints
1. FK Medžiai Vilnius 2214534328+1547
2. FK Elektrėnų Versmė 2213726834+3446
3. FK Navigatoriai Vilnius 2212466638+2840
4. FK Granitas Vilnius 2212466232+3040
5. AFK 2212464934+1540
6. FKK Spartakas Ukmergė 2212284225+1738
7. VJFK Trakai 2283114449-527
8. FK Aktas Vilnius 2282123854-1626
9. A komanda 2282124259-1726
10. FK Ozas Vilnius 2274115055-525
11. FC Kaišiadorys-Baltai 2243152959-3015
12. SK Nemenčinė-Hegvita 2220202995-666

Kaunas County

Having had abundant teams in the county in the past, in 2019 Kaunas struggled to pull enough teams together to run a league. A solution was found to run a combined league with Marijampole County.

2019 season final standings:

#TeamPlayedWinDrawLoseGoals+Goals-G.diffPoints
1. FK Kėdainiai 108023827+1124
2. FK Kazlų Rūda 107123921+1822
3. Vikingai aka Lietava 105142428-416
4. FK Tauras-Primaline 105052631-615
5. FK Šturmas 103162526-110
6. SMK Sparta-Nadruvis 100191938-191

Klaipėda County

2019 season final standings:

#TeamPlayedWinDrawLoseGoals+Goals-G.diffPoints
1 FK Sakuona-Rūgpienių kaimas 15141010226+7643
2 FK Sarema Klaipėda 1511135332+2134
3 Klaipėdos FM 158074352-924
4 FK Granata-Jakai 156093946-718
5 EDM Statyba-Sendvaris 1550103469-3515
6 FK Sparta-Newlink.lt 1500151460-460

Šiauliai County

There was good turnout in 2019 in Šiauliai County with 10 teams participating. The golden match was required to decide the league winner.

2019 season final standings:

#TeamPlayedWinDrawLoseGoals+Goals-G.diffPoints
1. Kražantė B 1813325324+2942*
2. Akmenės Cementas B-Juventa-99 1813326119+4242
3. SK Saulininkas Šiauliai 1812426026+3440
4. FK Venta Kuršėnai 1810353521+1433
5. Adiada Šiauliai 187473435-125
6. FK Fanai Šiauliai 1880103840-224
7. FK Akmenė-SC 187293435-123
8. Ginkūnų Šauliai-Dakaras 1871103853-1522
9. FK Kruoja-Kupsc 1812151765-485
10. FK Savanoris Šiauliai 1802161163-522

Alytus County

A bare minimum of 4 teams participated in 2019 season, allowing to extend Alytus County III league competition run for 10 years without a break.

2019 season final standings:

#TeamPlayedWinDrawLoseGoals+Goals-G.diffPoints
1 Prienai-Birštonas 6321209+1111
2 FK Simnas 6312714-710
3 FK Mairas Alytus 62131310+37
4 FK Dainava Veisiejai 6042512-74

Marijampolė County

Due to low participant numbers in 2019 it was decided to run a combined league with Kaunas County. The county ran III league competitions regularly with an exception of 2017. See Kaunas County

Panevėžys County

For the second year in a row there were not sufficient team numbers to run a league in 2019. The county ran III league competitions regularly until then.

Utena County

For the second year in a row there were not sufficient team numbers to run a league in 2019. The county ran III league competitions only twice in the last 6 years.

Tauragė County

The last III lyga competition ran in Tauragė County was 2006.

Telšiai County

Telšiai County, the country's smallest, has never run III league competition.

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