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OPTIBET Virslīga Match day 12

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May 13th | 17:00
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ABOUT CLUB


FK Spartak is a Latvian football club from Jurmala City. Club was founded in 2007. Currently is playing in the Latvian Higher Football League named "OPTIBET Virslīga".
FK Spartak is two-time Latvian champions.

HISTORY

In club first season, "Spartaks" won the 2nd league.
In the 2011 season, it took 2nd place in the 1st league and entered "Virslīga".
In the first season in "Virslīga" club played very confidently but finished in 5th place after several leaders.
In 2016 "Spartaks" became champions title. The title was won one round before winning the FK "RFS" at the Arkādija Stadium.
In the 2017 season, club repeated the success - one round before the end of the tournament after the victory over FK "Liepāja/MOGO" club won the second title.

Starting from 2015 FK "Spartaks" represents Latvia in official UEFA tournaments. Over five years club has played 14 games against teams from Montenegro, Serbia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, San Marino and Lithuania.

At this moment the club has an international strategy. Today we have involved foreign players from 14 world countries.



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NEWS


FK "Spartaks" failed to score in their second league game in a row and fall to FK "Metta", who picked up their first league win of the season to move ahead of the Jūrmala side in league standings.

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FK "Spartaks" Jurmala could not continue their winning ways and suffered their fifth loss of the season against high-flying BFC "Daugavpils" 0:3 (0:1)

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FK "Spartaks" Jūrmala have spent the last 4 days in Rēzekne and will remain in the cultural capital of Eastern Latvia till their match-day 10 meeting with BFC "Daugavpils" on the 5th of May.

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FK "Spartaks" Jūrmala scored five unanswered goals to pick-up their second win on match-day 8 of the Optibet Virslīga season against newly reinstated FK "Noah" Jūrmala.

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