Lithuania LFF A Lyga 2007

Final Table


Qualify for Champions League: FBK Kaunas Qualify for UEFA Cup: Suduva Marijampole and Ekranas Panevezys.

Relegated to LFF I Lyga: Interas Visaginas Promoted from LFF I Lyga: None.


Atlantas Klaipeda finshed sixth of ten teams on 45 points from 36 matches in the Lithuanian Soccer A Lyga in 2007. The team finished well below the eventual Champions FBK Kaunas (who finished on 83 points) and well above the only relegated team Interas Visaginas who finished on 8 points. Atlantas are named after the Atlantic Ocean, of which the Baltic Sea next to Lithuania is part of. Klaipeda is a Harbour Town on the Baltic Sea. Atlantean Civilization is sometimes used to describe a Civilization that includes both the Gaelic and British Celts and the Atlantic Fringe of the Basque Country, Etruscans and North Africans such as the Tamashek and Tuareg [See References 2-4]

Klaipeda Harbour and Stadium

Klaipeda Harbour & Stadium, Lithuania

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KLAIPEDA,LITHUANIA- AUG 02 :view of the view of petrol industrial zone and harbor on August 02,2011 in Klaipeda, Lithuania.


By Vytautas Kielaitis


[1] Guy Oliver (2008) “LIT – LIthuania” Almanac of World Football 2009. pg. 500. Headline Publishing Group. Chatham, Kent, UK


[2] Roaring water Press (2020) Bronze Age Copper Mining [Internet] Svailable from: [Accessed 30 October 2020]


[3] Barry Cunliffe (2020) The Atlantean Irish: Ireland’s Oriental and Maritime Heritage [Internet] Availavle from: [Accessed 30 October 2020]

[4] [References: see Encyclopedia Brittanica sections on Indo-European, Celtic, and Afro-Asiatic languages: Encyclopedia Britannica | Britannica ]


Thanks to Kevin Smyth, Jim Naughton, Robert Gorby


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