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Futbolo Klubas TransINVEST is a Lithuanian professional football club based in Galinė, Vilnius County. The club competes in the A Lyga, the top flight of Lithuanian football.


FK TransINVEST was founded in 2021. In 2021 December, applications for a license to II Lyga were also submitted by a previously unknown club, which was named "Transekspedicijos" football club.

It became known that the cargo transportation company Transekspedicija became the founders and sponsors of the football club.

In 2022, in the presentation of the teams of II Lyga, it was already written that the team was assembled on the basis of VGTU Vilkai.

In September 2023, it was announced that the owners of the club plan to build a 1,500-seat stadium in the village of Galinė.

In 2022, the club were licensed to participate in the II Lyga.

The club made their debut in the II Lyga in 2022. On April 3, when they played a home match against the Sūvuva B team at Širvintos Stadium. After a changing battle, the players of Transinvest won 5–3.

On 20 May 2022, the club achieved victory in the II Lyga match with a record score of 16–0. Dziugas B football players were crushed in the match held at Širvintos city stadium.

The team showed good results from the first game and became the winners of the Anras league. The team scored 109 goals during the season (an average of 4.19 per game). The club was granted 2023 I Lyga license. In early 2023, the club recruited Deividas Malžinskas and Linas Pilibaitis to their ranks. On 9 September 2023, Transinvest defeated Džiugas Telšiai 1–0 in the semifinals of the LFF Cup tournament and reached the final. Valentinas Jeriomenka scored the winning goal in the last minutes of the match. In the final, at the Darius and Girėnas Stadium in Kaunas, they won 2–1 against FA Šiauliai and became the first non-A League club in the history of Lithuanian football to win the LFF Cup. The club also prematurely secured the I Lyga' title.

The club was granted 2024 A Lyga license. FK Transinvest made their A-League debut with a 3–2 win over FC Hegelmann. The match was nicknamed the "furist derby" because the owners of both clubs are transport companies. FK Transinvest, who won the 2023 Lithuanian Football Cup, won the right to play in the UEFA Conference League. However, UEFA rules indicate that clubs founded more than 3 years ago can participate in European tournaments - FK Transinvest did not meet this criterion. However, a exemption was giving to Transinvest, entering them into the second qualifying round of the Confrence League.


  • Lithuanian Football Cup
    • Winners (1): 2023
  • I Lyga
    • Winners (1): 2023
  • II Lyga
    • Winners (1): 2022

Current squad

As of 2 March, 2024

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

European record


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