FK 1625 Liepāja

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
FK 1625 Liepāja
FK 1625 Logo.png
Full name Futbola klubs 1625 Liepāja
Founded 1999 (1999)
Ground Daugava reserve stadium,
Liepāja, Latvia
Ground Capacity 5,083
Chairman Ivo Bergmanis
Manager Dmitrijs Kalašņikovs
League First League
2014 4th
Website Club website

Futbola klubs 1625 Liepāja, previously SFK Varavīksne (English: SFC Rainbow), is a football club based in Liepāja that plays in Latvian football's second tier, the First League.

History[edit]

The club was founded on December 14, 1999 as SFK Varavīksne and until 2010 played in the Second League. Informally, the football team had existed since 1997. In 2010, Varavīksne won the Second League and were promoted to the First League. SFK Varavīksne was renamed FK1625 Liepāja in February 2014.[1]

In 1625, the place named "Liepaja" became a town (see town privileges).

Honours[edit]

League and Cup history[edit]

Season Division (Name) Pos./Teams Latvian Football Cup
2008 Second League 2/(4) 1/16
2009 Second League 3 Not Held
2010 Second League 1/(7) 1/8
2011 First League 5/(13) 1/16
2012 First League 7/(14) 1/8
2013 First League 10/(16) 1/8
2014 First League 4/(16) 1/8

Players[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

As of 8 May 2015[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Latvia GK Pauls Volgemuts
2 Latvia MF Agris Otaņķis
5 Latvia DF Aleksandrs Gusevs
6 Latvia DF Ivans Gluško
7 Latvia MF Kristiāns Božis
8 Latvia MF Jans Bespjorstovs
9 Azerbaijan FW Vugar Asgarov
10 France FW Andrely Makela
11 Latvia DF Ivo Skripko (captain)
12 Latvia GK Toms Vīksna
13 Latvia MF Oļegs Tkačovs
No. Position Player
14 Latvia MF Jans Bespjorstovs
15 Latvia MF Roberts Pirktiņš
16 Russia MF Mikhail Zaitsev
21 Latvia DF Ņikita Aržeņinovs
25 Latvia MF Romāns Gladiļins
26 Latvia MF Daniels Vasiljevs
51 Latvia DF Jurijs Teretenko
52 Latvia MF Mārtiņš Kalinčenko
61 Latvia MF Juris Kučma
65 Latvia MF Arturs Liatukas
66 Ukraine MF Yuriy Krasnovomets

Notes[edit]

External links[edit]