Futsal club Vytis officially becomes Zalgiris

The champions of Lithuanian futsal, Vytis Kaunas have officially changed their name and will now be known as Zalgiris Kaunas. The team will start off their season with a new name and new uniforms this Saturday, as they take on the Siauliai Football Academy.  Zalgiris and Vytis began working side by side back in October last year, when the clubs’ …

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Champions League: Kaunas didn’t want to give up

Lithuanian “Vitys” finished its performances in the UEFA Champions League properly, losing to the Russian team “Gazprom-Ugra” in Lyubertsy near Moscow with a score 0:3. Baltic Futsal marketing analyzes the performance of the BFL representative in the current Euro- campaign. Lithuanian futsal fans have something to be proud of: their club not only once again becomes the first in the …

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Russia is next stop for Vytis in the Champions League

Vytis will face Gazprom-Ugra in the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League. Exact date of the game will be revealed later, it is known that it will take place in range from 16 to 21 February.   Round of 16 draw results:Inter FS (ESP) vs Kherson (UKR) Aktobe (KAZ) vs Dobovec (SVN) Kairat Almaty (KAZ) vs United Galati (ROU) …

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Vytis advanced into next round of the Champions League!

Participant of Baltic Futsal League, Lithuanian Vytis, advanced into 1/8 finals of the UEFA Futsal Champions League after they beat German champions Hohenstein Ernstthal with the score 2:0. Zagurskas and Sendzikas scored for the Kaunas’ team in the second half. Congratulations to Vytis fans, players and staff! 

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Vytis will face Hohenstein-Ernstthal in the Champions League

The only Baltic club in the Champions League Lithuanian Vytis will face German Hohenstein-Ernstthal in the round of 32. President of Kaunas’ club was satisfied with the draw: “We are happy that we will stay in the European Union where the same rules apply for crossing the national borders. It would be much worse if we will have to play …

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FC Petrow eliminated from the Champions League 

Latvian champions FC Petrow lost to Slovakian Lucenec in extra time of the Champions League’s preliminary round. Latvians saved the game after trailing 1:3 with six minutes left in the 2nd half – Miks Babris and Maksim Sens returned hope to their fans. But in the extra time Slovakians managed to score a winner.

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Vytis advanced into the next Champions League round

Participant of Baltic Futsal League Lithuanian Vytis started their performance in the Champions League with a victory over Hammarby 3:1. Swedes opened the game with the 6th minute goal but home team managed to score three goals before the half-time break. Brace by Reimaris and one goal by Sendzikas gave Vytis a comfortable lead after the first half. In the second half Lithuanians performed …

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Champions League starts today!

Participants of Baltic Futsal League will play their first games in the Champions League this week. Vytis will host Swedish Hammarby today. Lithuanian team is unbeatable in their domestic championship, they managed to beat Dainava (7:4) and Gargzdu Pramogos (4:0), so they must be full of confidence. Though Hammarby is a solid team either: after a bad start of the …

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