|Association||Lithuanian Football Federation|
|Head coach||Valdas Ivanauskas|
|Lithuania 1:0 Russia|
| Armenia 0-5 Lithuania |
(Vilnius, Lithuania; 16 October 2002)
| Lithuania 1-7 Germany |
(Larnaca, Cyprus; 19 July 1998)
|Appearances||2 (first in 1998)|
|Best result||Group stage (2 times)|
The Lithuania national under-19 football team represents Lithuania in international football at the under-19 age level and is governed by the Lithuanian Football Federation.
|5 June 2021||Tallinn, Estonia||Estonia||3-2||Friendly|
|7 June 2021||Tallinn, Estonia||Estonia||0-0||Friendly|
The statistics after U-19 friendly matches with Estonia U-19 on 5 and 7 June 2021.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Danas Šimkevičius||March 31, 2003||1||FK Panevėžys|
|12||GK||Julius Virvilas||June 23, 2004||1||Be1 NFA|
|22||GK||Darius Kublickas||May 16, 2003||0||FK Panevėžys|
|4||DF||Motiejus Slivka||February 14, 2003||2||FK Panevėžys|
|7||DF||Saulius Vikertas||February 10, 2003||2||FK Sūduva|
|17||DF||Vakaris Skibiniauskas||May 29, 2003||2||Lechia Gdansk U19|
|3||DF||Artemijus Tutyškinas||August 8, 2003||2||FCB Escola U19|
|16||DF||Matijus Remeikis||March 28, 2003||2||FK Panevėžys|
|5||DF||Evaldas Urmonas||January 21, 2003||2||FK Panevėžys|
|15||DF||Eduardas Jurjonas||May 30, 2004||0||FK Banga Gargždai|
|21||DF||Nazar Zubkov||September 19, 2004||1||Be1 NFA|
|DF||Gabrielis Nikonovas||April 23, 2003||FK Žalgiris|
|9||MF||Motiejus Burba||August 10, 2003||2||1||FK Žalgiris|
|13||MF||Gustas Žederštreimas||January 23, 2003||2||FK Panevėžys|
|11||MF||Deividas Dovydaitis||January 26, 2003||2||1||FA Šiauliai|
|6||MF||Eimantas Dzinga||February 3, 2003||2||1||FK Panevėžys|
|18||MF||Ervinas Vilkaitis||April 24, 2003||1||FK Kauno Žalgiris|
|14||MF||Domantas Vaičekauskas||September 27, 2003||2||FK Panevėžys|
|10||MF||Kristupas Keršys||September 6, 2003||2||SV Werder Bremen U19|
|20||MF||Grantas Jaseliūnas||January 7, 2003||2||FA Šiauliai|
|MF||Domantas Šluta||October 1, 2004||FC Džiugas Telšiai|
|8||FW||Armandas Kučys||February 27, 2003||2||Kalmar FF U19|
|19||FW||Faustas Steponavičius||June 8, 2004||2||FK Panevėžys|
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