FK Alberts

Futbola klubs Alberts is a Latvian football club, that plays in the Latvian Second League (2. līga), the third-highest league of Latvian football. The club was founded in 2001 and named after Alberts Šeibelis, Latvia national football team captain before World War II.[1] Originally it was from the city of Riga. From 2008 to 2014 the team played its home matches at Carnikava, but from the 2016 season they play at Salaspils.[2]

Alberts
FK Alberts logo.png
Full nameFutbola klubs Alberts
Founded29 September 2001; 18 years ago (2001-09-29)
GroundSalaspils stadium
ChairmanJānis Rubulis
LeagueSecond League
20163rd (Vidzeme zone)

At the end of 2006 FK Alberts created a joint team with FK Auda,[3] but also retained a team in the Second League Vidzeme zone under the name of "Vecais Alberts". In 2008 a new club JDFS Alberts was created on the basis of club's youth system.[4] In 2009 the club returned to the name of FK Alberts continuing to play as an amateur team.

League and Cup historyEdit

Season Division (Name) Pos./Teams Latvian Football Cup
2002 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 3/(13) First round
2003 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 2/(9) Second round
2004 2nd (1.līga) 13/(14) Third round
2005 2nd (1.līga) 13/(14) 1/8 finals
2006 2nd (1.līga) 15/(16) Third round
2007 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 4/(10)
2008 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 1/(11) First round
2. līga - Play-offs 4th
2009 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 9/(12) First round
2010 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 9/(11) First round
2011 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 5/(9) Third round
2012 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 7/(10) Third round
2013 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 7/(10) Second round
2014 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 6/(6) First round
2015 Did not participate First round
2016 3rd (2. līga - Vidzeme region) 3/(14) Second round

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FK Alberts" (in Latvian). facebook.com. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  2. ^ "2. Līga 2016" (in Latvian). LFF. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  3. ^ ""Auda" apvienojas un nomaina nosaukumu" (in Latvian). sportacentrs.com. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  4. ^ "Par mums" (in Latvian). jdfs.lv. Retrieved 25 November 2016.

External linksEdit

Official Facebook page