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VMFD Zalgiris

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Established
1947 (75 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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LFF Stadium
(5,067 Capacity)

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Location
Vilnuis, Lithuania

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Competitions
Lithuanian A Lyga
UEFA Champions League
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Upcoming Events
05 Jul 22 Ballkani  -  VMFD Zalgiris
09 Jul 22 VMFD Zalgiris  -  FK Suduva
12 Jul 22 VMFD Zalgiris  -  Ballkani
15 Jul 22 FK Panevėžys  -  VMFD Zalgiris
22 Jul 22 FK Suduva  -  VMFD Zalgiris

Latest Results
01 Jul 22 VMFD Zalgiris  2 - 1  Hegelmann Litauen
26 Jun 22 FK Suduva  0 - 5  VMFD Zalgiris
22 Jun 22 VMFD Zalgiris  2 - 1  Džiugas Telšiai
19 Jun 22 FK Panevėžys  0 - 2  VMFD Zalgiris
22 May 22 VMFD Zalgiris  1 - 2  Kauno Žalgiris

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Futbolo klubas Žalgiris, commonly known as FK Žalgiris, Žalgiris Vilnius or simply Žalgiris is a Lithuanian professional football club based in Vilnius. The club competes in the A Lyga, the top flight of Lithuanian football. The club was founded as Dinamo in 1947. The club's name commemorates the victorious Battle of Žalgiris (Battle of Grunwald) (both names: Žalgiris and Grunwald are translated as "green grove"). Žalgiris has featured many Lithuanian football legends during their history, including Arminas Narbekovas, Valdas Ivanauskas, Edgaras Jankauskas and Deividas Šemberas. They have won the Lithuanian Championship 7 times, the Lithuanian Football Cup 12 times and the Lithuanian Supercup 6 times.

The team's colours are green and white. The club plays at LFF stadium in Vilnius which has a capacity of 5,067.

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LFF Stadium (Lithuanian Football Federation stadium, Lithuanian: LFF stadionas), formerly known as Vėtra Stadium, is a football stadium in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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