|Association||Lithuanian Football Federation|
|Head coach||Rolandas Džiaukštas|
|European U-17 Championships|
|FIFA U-17 World Cup|
The Lithuania national under-17 football team or Lithuania U-17 represents Lithuania in association football at the under-17 youth level, and is controlled by the Lithuanian Football Federation.
The team is for Lithuanian players aged 17 or under at the start of a two-year UEFA European Under-17 Championship cycle, so players appearing for the team can actually be up to 19 years of age. It is considered a feeder team of the Lithuania under-19 and under-21 teams.
Prior to Lithuania's independence in 1991, Lithuanian players were eligible for selection to the Soviet Union U-16 team. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the Lithuanian Football Federation was admitted to UEFA as a full member in 1992, and the Lithuania U-16 team played their first competitive matches in the first phase of the qualifying tournament for the 1994 European U-16 Championship. The team's competitive debut came on 30 August 1993 against Wales U-16 and they finished their first qualifying campaign as 3rd out of 3 teams, behind Wales and Iceland.
Although the team has continued to participate in every under-16 and under-17 European Championship qualifying cycle since 1994, the team has never qualified for any of the tournaments.
|1994||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1995||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1996||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1997||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1998||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1999||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2000||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2001||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2002||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2003||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2004||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2005||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2006||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2007||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2008||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2009||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2010||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2011||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2012||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2013||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2014||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2015||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2016||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2017||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2018||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2019||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|30 August 2020 International friendly||Latvia||1–1||Lithuania||Zemgales Olimpiskais centrs|
|Bruno Melnis 17'||Aurimas Dapkus 37'||Referee: Vasilijs Mordatenko|
|29 August 2020 International friendly||Lithuania||1–0 (a.e.t.)||Estonia|
|Martin Perveinis 41'||Referee: Arturs Vitolins|
|1 March 2020 International friendly||Lithuania||0–0|
|Referee: Erjon Bylykbashi|
|27 February 2020 International friendly||Algeria||1–0 (a.e.t.)||Lithuania||Arena Kombëtare|
|?||Referee: Xhulio Agolli|
|25 February 2020 International friendly||Albania||2–2|
|Rrok Toma 69' (92)|| Martin Perveinis 13'|
Titas Buzas 22'
|Referee: Albano Stolaj|
|26 April 2019 International friendly||Lithuania||0–2||Estonia||Sportland Arena, Tallinn|
|11:00|| Danil Kuraksin 40'|
Taaniel Usta 76'
Referee: Tanel Üprus
|24 April 2019 International friendly||Lithuania||3–0||Liechtenstein|
|11:00|| Philipp Gassner 24' (o.g.)|
Ervinas Vilkaitis 30'
Titas Buzas 32'
|Referee: Kristo Külljastinen|
|22 April 2019 International friendly||Faroe Islands||0–2||Lithuania||Sportland Arena, Tallinn|
|13:00|| Armandas Kucys 3'|
Motiejus Burba 75'
Referee: Miko Pupart
|6 October 2018 2019 UEFA U17 Qualification||Lithuania||0–4||Romania||Tersztyánszky Ödön Sportközpont, Budapest|
|11:30|| Ianis Stoica 5'|
Louis Munteanu 67'
Alexi Pitu 76' (pen.)
Radu Dragusin 84'
|Referee: Rohit Saggi|
|3 October 2018 2019 UEFA U17 Qualification||Hungary||3–0||Lithuania||Globall Football Park & Sporthotel, Budapest|
|15:00|| György Komáromi 24'|
Ákos Zuigéber 45' 68' (pen.)
Referee: Daniyar Sakhi
|30 September 2018 2019 UEFA U17 Qualification||Serbia||2–1||Lithuania||Promontor utcai Stadion, Budapest|
|15:00|| Nikola Colic 53'|
Mihajlo Baic 61'
|Eimantas Abramavicius 82'||Attendance: 50|
Referee: Daniyar Sakhi
|19 August 2018 2019 Viktor Banikov Cup||Lithuania||0–2||Israel||Shchaslyve Stadion, Kiev|
Referee: Andrii Goncharuk
|18 August 2018 2019 Viktor Banikov Cup||Slovakia||3–0||Lithuania||Obuhiv Stadion, Kiev|
|Mojžiš 4' 59'|
Referee: Serhii Bupykivskyi
|17 August 2018 2019 Viktor Banikov Cup||Ukraine||3–1||Lithuania||Banikov Stadion, Kiev|
|Karolis Žebrauskas 59' (pen.)|
|15 August 2018 2019 Viktor Banikov Cup||Lithuania||1–2||Georgia||Obuhiv Stadion, Kiev|
|Motiejus Burba 16'||Morchiladze 47'|
|29 June 2018 2018 Baltic Cup||Estonia||2–1||Lithuania||Palangos centrinis stadionas, Palanga|
|9:00|| Erik Kruglov 79' (pen.)|
Aleks Polkopa 80'
|Gustas Jarusevicius 57'|
|27 June 2018 2018 Baltic Cup||Lithuania||0–2||Latvia||Palangos centrinis stadionas, Palanga|
|9:00|| Dmitrijs Rakuls 38'|
Svetoslavs Cugunovs 48'
Referee: Mantas Pomeckis
|26 June 2018 International friendly||Lithuania||2–3||Finland|
|9:00|| Motiejus Burba 45'|
Linas Zingertas 61'
| Eetu Rissanen 14' 49'|
Jouko Karhunen 29'
|Referee: Vijunas Vasiliauskas|
|25 February 2018 International friendly||Lithuania||0–0||Latvia||ARVI Football Indoor Arena, Marijampolė|
Referee: Šarunas Tamulynas
|24 January 2018 International friendly||Belgium||1–0||Lithuania||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|15:40||Marciano Aziz 60'||Attendance: 470|
|22 January 2018 International friendly||Lithuania||0–0||Finland||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|20 January 2018 International friendly||Belarus||3–0||Lithuania||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|23:00|| Nikita Kerolidi 37'|
Maksim Kapralev 68'
Aleksandr Evtukhovich 75'
|29 October 2017 2018 UEFA U17 Qualification||Luxembourg||1–2||Lithuania|
|15:00||Tun Held 65'|| Lukas Juodkunaitis 11'|
Vilius Piliukaitis 22'
|Referee: Jason Barcelo|
|26 October 2017 2018 UEFA U17 Qualification||Austria||2–0||Lithuania||Football Centre FRF, Bucharest|
|13:00|| Lukas Schöfl 4'|
Martin Moormann 52'
Referee: Aleksey Matyunin
|23 October 2017 2018 UEFA U17 Qualification||Lithuania||1–2||Romania||Stadionul Mogosoaia, Bucharest|
|17:00||Ernestas Andriušis 32'|| Antonio Vlad 6'|
Alexandru Dumitru 26'
|Referee: Kai Erik Steen|
|2 July 2017 International friendly||Estonia||1–0||Lithuania||Eerikkilän urheiluopisto, Tammela|
|11:00 EET||Mattias Männilaan 35'||Referee: Daniel Enkvist|
|30 June 2017 International friendly||Lithuania||0–3||Latvia||Eerikkilän urheiluopisto, Tammela|
|12:00 EET|| Deivids Draznieks 16'|
Daniels Fedorovics 28'
Maksims Sidorovs 56'
|Referee: Jesse Kananen|
|22 January 2017 2017 Development Cup||Finland||1–2||Lithuania||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|14:00 FET||Ollila 42'||Report|| Milašius 16'|
Petkevičius 18' (pen.)
Referee: Iliya Lyashuk (Belarus)
|21 January 2017 2017 Development Cup||Lithuania||2–4||Belgium||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|14:40 FET|| Petkevičius 12' (pen.)|
|Report|| Nganga 37'|
Referee: Vitaly Krivchik (Belarus)
|19 January 2017 2017 Development Cup||Israel||0–0||Lithuania||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|13:30 FET||Report||Attendance: 240|
Referee: Sergei Lobatshevich (Belarus)
|17 January 2017 2017 Development Cup||Lithuania||4–1||Georgia||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|15:40 FET|| Vareika 14'|
Petkevičius 75' 79'
|Report||Kapianidze 30'||Attendance: 360|
Referee: Kirill Lozin (Belarus)
|16 January 2017 2017 Development Cup||Ukraine||1–2||Lithuania||Football Manege (Minsk), Minsk|
|11:00 FET||Chmyryov 80+1'||Report|| Marazas 3'|
Milašius 49' 77'
|Referee: Pavel Yakovenko (Belarus)|
|11 January 2017 International friendly||Lithuania||2–0||Latvia||ARVI Football Indoor Arena, Marijampolė|
|12:00 EET|| Baulin 8'|
Referee: Robertas Valikonis (Lithuania)
|28 September 2016 2017 UEFA U17 Qualification||Lithuania||0–1||Turkey||Alytus Stadium, Alytus|
|17:00 EEST||Report||Babacan 80+3'||Referee: Dejan Jakimovski (Macedonia)|
|25 September 2016 2017 UEFA U17 Qualification||Norway||2–1||Lithuania||Alytus Stadium, Alytus|
|17:00 EEST|| Kažukolovas 50' (o.g.)|
Kalsaas 71' (pen.)
|Report||Vareika 51'||Referee: Irfan Peljto (Bosnia and Herzegovina)|
|23 September 2016 2017 UEFA U17 Qualification||Ukraine||1–1||Lithuania||Alytus Stadium, Alytus|
|17:00 EEST||Supriaha 60'||Report||Utkus 80+1'||Referee: Dejan Jakimovski (Macedonia)|
|4 September 2016 International friendly||Lithuania||2–2||Belarus||Alytus Stadium, Alytus|
|15:00 EEST|| Uzėla 12'|
|Report|| Lavryk 33'|
Referee: Šarūnas Tamulynas (Lithuania)
The following squad was called up to a training camp in Kaunas on 15-17 February 2021.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Vilius Šivickas||4 July 2005||BE1|
|GK||Klaidas Laukžemis||16 March 2005||FK Kauno Žalgiris|
|GK||Lukas Grinkevičius||9 November 2005||Klaipėdos FM|
|DF||Patrikas Žvinys||13 October 2005||FM Ateitis|
|DF||Eimantas Dabrišius||12 July 2005||Banga|
|DF||Milanas Rutkovskis||3 July 2005||FM Ateitis|
|DF||Arnas Martinkus||23 June 2005||FA Šiauliai|
|DF||Džiugas Čečkauskas||4 October 2005||BE1|
|DF||Klaidas Vaitekūnas||27 January 2005||Kauno Žalgiris|
|DF||Nojus Žitkauskas||31 January 2005||Kauno Žalgiris|
|DF||Martynas Šetkus||7 October 2005||FM Ateitis|
|MF||Justinas Novik||11 February 2005||FM Ateitis|
|MF||Justas Paštukas||16 July 2005||BE1|
|MF||Motiejus Šamšonas||22 July 2005||FK Žalgiris|
|MF||Kipras Olšauskas||13 May 2005||FC Nurnberg|
|MF||Ernestas Gudelevičius||14 January 2005||BE1|
|MF||Nidas Vosylius||15 July 2005||FK Kauno Žalgiris|
|MF||Simas Civilka||6 March 2005||FM Ateitis|
|MF||Artiomas Kočerga||1 October 2005||FM Ateitis|
|MF||Matas Miškinis||12 October 2005||FK Sūduva|
|MF||Nojus Grudis||11 March 2005||BE1|
|FW||Giedrius Onuškevičius||21 January 2005||FM Ateitis|
|FW||Romualdas Jansonas||23 June 2005||Žalgiris|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|12||GK||Julius Virvilas (kapitonas)||3 June 2004||BE1|
|1||GK||Emilis Urbonas||27 January 2004||BE1|
|13||DF||Maksim Andrejev||9 June 2004||Klaipėdos FM|
|2||DF||Džiugas Aleksa||1 April 2004||Žalgiris|
|20||DF||Domas Slendzoka||22 February 2004||BE1|
|4||DF||Tomas Bakštys||25 February 2004||Žalgiris|
|14||DF||Eduardas Jurjonas||30 May 2004||Banga|
|5||DF||Matas Petkevičius||5 July 2004||BE1|
|3||DF||Nojus Akinis||15 March 2004||Kauno Žalgiris|
|15||MF||Martynas Džiugas||2 February 2004||BE1|
|6||MF||Domantas Šluta||1 October 2004||FC Džiugas|
|23||MF||Pijus Sudakovas||25 February 2004||Kauno Žalgiris|
|18||MF||Klaidas Birgiola||18 March 2004||Banga|
|17||MF||Nojus Lukšys||19 June 2004||FK Panevėžys|
|9||MF||Aurimas Dapkus||8 December 2004||Kauno Žalgiris|
|8||MF||Dariuš Stankevičius||10 June 2004||Žalgiris|
|7||MF||Ignas Jonaitis||19 March 2004||Kauno Žalgiris|
|19||FW||Faustas Steponavičius||8 June 2004||FK Panevėžys|
|16||FW||Kajus Bička||29 November 2004||Žalgiris|
|11||FW||Martin Perveinis||16 January 2004||BFA|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Kajus Urbietis||8 April 2001||6||0||NFA|
|GK||Robertas Kazbaris||4 February 2000||2||0||Palanga|
|DF||Ernestas Mockus||5 August 2000||5||0||NFA|
|DF||Džiugas Raudonius||10 January 2000||26||1||NFA|
|DF||Arnas Paura||29 February 2000||21||0||NFA|
|DF||Erik Germanovič||25 September 2000||7||0||Žalgiris B|
|MF||Matas Kubilius||16 February 2000||19||1||NFA|
|MF||Matas Vareika||27 January 2000||19||3||NFA|
|MF||Karolis Uzėla||11 March 2000||18||1||Žalgiris|
|MF||Justas Marazas||23 February 2000||12||2||Trakai|
|MF||Renatas Banevičius||18 October 2000||16||0||DFK Dainava|
|MF||Titas Milašius||12 December 2000||17||3||FCB Escola Varsovia|
|MF||Artūr Dolžnikov||6 June 2000||13||2||Žalgiris B|
|MF||Dominyk Kodz||25 April 2000||6||2||Žalgiris B|
|MF||Benas Šatkus||1 April 2001||10||0||Banga|
|FW||Jonas Bičkus||14 February 2000||16||2||Atlantas|
|FW||Nauris Petkevičius||19 February 2000||5||2||Stumbras|
|FW||Arnold Baulin||30 March 2000||16||3||Žalgiris B|
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