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== [[Lietuvos taurė]] champions ==
 
== [[Lietuvos taurė]] champions ==

Revision as of 17:02, 31 October 2007

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Lietuva (engl. Lithuania) is a country in North-Eastern Europe near the Baltic sea. In Hattrick Lietuva exists since the 8th of July 2003.

League

NT U-20 Lithuania

NT U-21 Lithuania

NT Lithuania

Hattrick Country
Lithuania
File:LocationLithuania.png
Location of Lithuania (link to Google map)
Wikipedia page
Currency Lt
100 Lt = 25 US$
Time zone Hattrick Time +1
Continent: [[Europe]]
Lithuania HT Country
Zone:
[[Northern Europe]]
Number of regions: 10
Current local season: 14
Number of teams:
(~ active)
10920 (active ~5300)
Level of series: 6
Top series name: A Lyga
National cups: Lietuvos taurė (main)
Lietuva Emerald Cup (challenger)
Lietuva Ruby Cup (challenger)
Lietuva Sapphire Cup (challenger)
Lietuva Consolation Cup (third tier)
Note: Due to an error, season 2 is in fact season 1, season 3 is season 2, etc. The current season is displayed as season 14, but it is season 13.
National teams


History

Lithuania as an all new league started with 168 teams in the summer of 2003.


Trophies

None yet.


Lithuanian staff

Former staff:


League champions

Due to an error, season 1 is called season 2, season 2 is called season 3, etc. This error is corrected in the following table.

Season Team Name Manager Name
14 Straikeris Relaxio
13 Anapilis GM-marcius
12 JBR Vytas
11 Marguciai Tangas
10 Suvalkai Dynia
9 Suvalkai Dynia
8 Suvalkai Dynia
7 Straikeris Relaxio
6 Straikeris Relaxio
5 FC MST mstHT
4 Mėlynosios vėliavos RamPet
3 Altavista gamta
2 Altavista gamta
1 Rotor Telsiai (Bot) Unknown

Lietuvos taurė champions

Due to an error, season 1 is called season 2, season 2 is called season 3, etc. This error is corrected in the following table.

Season Team Name Manager Name
13 FC Legion tontino
12 Retired igrok
11 Straikeris Relaxio
10 FC Balerinos Pilietis
9 Straikeris Relaxio
8 Straikeris Relaxio
7 Straikeris Relaxio
6 Juodoji Gvardija coming
5 FC Bajorai Bajoras
4 Mėlynosios vėliavos RamPet
3 Naujas Greitis breezegrn
2 Anapilis GM-marcius
1 Dūmai y-dum


National Teams

National Team Coaches

World Cup Manager
World Cup X Martismfg
World Cup IX LeBronas
World Cup VIII Onagras
World Cup VII Onagras
World Cup VI tabuf1
World Cup V Mod-beginner
World Cup IV Former user, then: Naktibalda


U-20 Team Coaches

World Cup Manager
U-20 World Cup IX Zukas
U-20 World Cup VIII Fakyras
U-20 World Cup VII Former user
U-20 World Cup VI Former user
U-20 World Cup V GM-Motto
U-20 World Cup IV Former user, then: GM-Motto
U-20 World Cup III Former user


Federations

The biggest Lithuanian federations are HT-Lietuva, Žalgirio Fanai and Taktiku federacija (LT).


Links


Regions of Lietuva Lithuania

Alytus | Kaunas | Klaipėda | Marijampolė | Panevėžys | Šiauliai | Tauragė | Telšiai | Utena | Vilnius

Northern Europe

Denmark (Danmark) · Estonia (Eesti) · Faroe Islands (Føroyar) · Finland (Suomi) · Iceland (Ísland) · Latvia (Latvija) · Lithuania (Lietuva) · Norway (Norge) · Sweden (Sverige)