Preiļu BJSS

Preiļi BJSS is a Latvian football club, playing in the second-highest division of Latvian football (1. līga). They are from Preiļi.

Preiļu BJSS
Club logo
GroundPreiļu stadions,
Preiļi, Latvia
Capacity1500
ChairmanRomāns Petrovs
ManagerImants Babris
LeagueLatvian First League
201812th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

In 2008, Preiļi BJSS promoted from the 2. līga to the 1. līga. The team had a very successful season, winning almost all their games.

Their first season in the Latvian League one was largely unsuccessful. Preiļi had a few good games. The most surprising was the game against Latvian Cup winners FK Jelgava when the game ended 3–3. Preiļi ended the 2009 season just 2 points ahead of the relegation zone. The 2010 season in the 2.līga wasn't successful. The team had problems with their roster and Preiļi ended the season last, in 5th place.

HonoursEdit

League and Cup historyEdit

Preiļi
Season Division (Name) Pos./Teams Latvian Football Cup
2004 3rd (2.līga Latgale) 7/(7)
2005 3rd (2.līga Latgale) 6/(7)
2006 3rd (2.līga Latgale) 5/(7)
2007 3rd (2.līga Latgale) 3/(6)
2008 3rd (2.līga Latgale) 1/(4) 2nd round
2009 2nd (1.līga) 14/(14)
2010 3rd (2.līga Latgale) 5/(5) 2nd round

PlayersEdit

First-team squadEdit

As of 9 April, 2016.

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF   LVA Valters Reinis
3 DF   LVA Atis Litavnieks
4 DF   LVA Andrejs Birjukovs
5 DF   LVA Vladislavs Breidaks
6 MF   LVA Guntis Sparāns
7 FW   LVA Aigars Caics
8 MF   LVA Aleksandrs Jubels
9 MF   LVA Rinalds Zeps
10 MF   LVA Rolands Putāns
11 MF   LVA Matīss Babris
12 MF   LVA Aleksandrs Trūps
No. Pos. Nation Player
13 FW   LVA Konstantīns Stabulnieks
14 DF   LVA Jānis Pastars
15 DF   LVA Arturs Stabulnieks
16 DF   LVA Nauris Vigulis
17 MF   LVA Iļja Mitrofanovs
18 FW   LVA Renārs Pastars
19 MF   LVA Viktors Krotovs
20 FW   LVA Māris Stroganovs
21 DF   LVA Andris Trūps
25 GK   LVA Rūdis Skutelis
95 GK   LVA Aleksandrs Birjukovs

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