The LFF Stadium in its current form opened in 2004, built on the site of the former Lokomotyvas stadium that had stood since the Soviet era. FK Vėtra were the original tenants of the venue, with it originally known as Vėtra Stadium. The club however went bankrupt in 2010 and the stadium was taken over by the Lithuanian Football Federation.
The stadium hosted its first international match in 2005 but didn’t become the permanent home of the national team until 2012. Two of Lithuania’s most successful clubs, FK Žalgiris and FK Riteriai have also played their home matches at the ground since 2011 and 2014 respectively.
Tenants: Lithuania national football team, FK Žalgiris & FK Riteriai
Tickets at LFF Stadium
Lithuania national football team Tickets
The latest ticket information for Lithuania international matches is available through the official website here.
FK Žalgiris Tickets
Tickets for FK Žalgiris matches are available to purchase through the official website here.
FK Riteriai Tickets
FK Riteriai tickets cost €5 and are available to purchase on the day as they rarely sell-out.
Location & Travel to LFF Stadium
The LFF Stadium is located near Vilnius Old Town, approximately 2 kilometres south of central Vilnius – the capital city of Lithuania.
Airport: Vilnius Airport is the main airport of Lithuania, located about 6 kilometres south of Vilnius and has a number of routes across Europe. There is a direct rail service that runs from the airport to the city with a journey time of 7 minutes, there are also several bus lines that operate between the two and stop close to the stadium.
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Train: Vilnius railway station is located just over a kilometre from the stadium, with a walking time of about 10 minutes. The station has services across Lithuania, as well as international links to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Minsk and Warsaw.