Lithuanian Women's Supercup

Last updated
LFF Supertaurę
Sport Football
Founded 2005
No. of teams 2
CountryFlag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania
Most titles Gintra Universitetas
TexTilite Ukmerge
(1 title)

The Lithuanian Women's Supercup (Lietuvos moterų supertaurė) was a one-off fixture in Lithuanian football played between the A Lyga champions and the winners of the Lithuanian Women's Cup. In 2005 and 2006 Gintra Universitetas won the league and the cup thus the supercup was played against cup runners-up.

Football is popular sport in Lithuania. The former Soviet republic made their entrance as an independent football nation in 1992. In the qualification for the Euro 2004, Lithuania held Germany to a 1-1 draw in Germany and won against Scotland. In the qualification for the Euro 2008 they played away to the 2006 World Cup winners Italy and drew 1-1 as well as beating Romania 3-0 in Lithuania in another shock performance.

The A Lyga is Lithuania's top level women's football league.

The Lithuanian Women's Cup is the annual cup competition of women's football teams in Lithuania.

Previous winners

Previous winners are:

SeasonWinnerResultRunner-upRef.
2005 TexTilitė Ukmergė 3–2 Gintra Universitetas [1] [2]
2006 Gintra Universitetas 4–0 FK Akmenė [3]

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References

  1. "LFF supertaurė went Ukmerge "TexTilitei"". LFF. Retrieved 16 November 2011.
  2. "2005 Lithuanian woman Supercup". futbolinis.lt. Retrieved 16 November 2011.
  3. ""Gintra- Universitetas" laimėjo LFF Supertaurę (foto)". LFF. Retrieved 16 November 2011.