Latvia Virsliga 06/02 15:00 17 Tukums 2000 vs FK Auda - View
Latvia Virsliga 06/16 15:00 18 FK Auda vs Metta/LU - View
Latvia Virsliga 06/21 17:00 19 FK Auda vs Rigas FS - View
Latvia Virsliga 06/26 15:00 20 Riga FC vs FK Auda - View
Latvia Virsliga 07/02 17:00 21 FK Auda vs SC Grobinas - View
Latvia Virsliga 07/06 15:00 22 FK Auda vs Valmiera FC - View


Latvia Virsliga 05/28 16:00 16 [3] BFC Daugavpils v FK Auda [6] W 0-3
Latvia Virsliga 05/23 15:00 15 [6] FK Auda v FS Jelgava [10] L 0-1
Latvia Virsliga 05/19 18:00 14 [6] FK Auda v FK Liepaja [9] D 1-1
Latvia Virsliga 05/15 14:30 13 [4] Valmiera FC v FK Auda [6] L 2-1
Latvia Virsliga 05/11 15:00 12 [9] SC Grobinas v FK Auda [6] D 2-2
Latvia Virsliga 05/05 13:00 11 [5] FK Auda v Riga FC [2] L 1-2
Latvia Virsliga 05/01 13:00 10 [1] Rigas FS v FK Auda [5] L 2-1
Latvia Virsliga 04/26 15:00 9 [8] Metta/LU v FK Auda [6] W 1-3
Latvia Virsliga 04/21 13:00 8 [6] FK Auda v Tukums 2000 [4] W 2-0
Latvia Virsliga 04/17 14:30 7 [8] FK Auda v BFC Daugavpils [4] W 1-0
Latvia Virsliga 04/13 15:00 6 [10] FS Jelgava v FK Auda [8] D 0-0
Latvia Virsliga 04/09 15:00 5 [10] FK Liepaja v FK Auda [7] L 1-0


Matches played 42 21 21
Wins 16 9 7
Draws 12 5 7
Losses 14 7 7
Goals for 54 24 30
Goals against 49 24 25
Clean sheets 14 8 6
Failed to score 10 5 5

Wikipedia - FK Auda

Futbola klubs Auda is a Latvian football club, playing in the highest division of Latvian football (Latvian Higher League). They are based in Ķekava, near the capital, Riga. Auda won their first ever major trophy in 2022, beating RFS 1–0 in the final of the Latvian Cup.


The history of Auda started in 1969 when the football team of the kolhoz 9. maijs first appeared in the lower divisions of the Latvian championships. This team played its matches in Vecmīlgrāvis in Alberts Šeibelis Stadium, named after the former Latvia national football team captain Alberts Šeibelis. The club played in the lower divisions of Latvian football, its only seasons in the top league came in 1986–1987 but those also did not bring good results.

In the late 1980s, the name of the kolhoz and the football team was changed to Auda. In 1991, under the management of Valerijs Leitāns and Juris Docenko, Auda made its debut in the top division of the Latvian championships, the Virslīga. In a competition among 20 teams, Auda finished 15th. The following season, the team RFK was reformed on the basis of the Auda squad. Under this name the team, including many young players, participated in 1. līga (the second division of Latvian football). But results which would correspond to the name of RFK did not come so in 1995 the team reverted to its former name of Auda. The following three years it played in the third division, the 2. līga.

In 1996 Auda was a completely new team which played in the 2nd division. In 1997 the young Auda players won their third division zone, but in the finals in two games lost to the FK Valmiera reserve team. After several years in this league Auda finished first in 2001 and were promoted to the Virslīga. After playing three seasons, in 2004 Auda was relegated back to the 1st division.

On 15 October 2005 Auda played its first game in its new stadium in Ķekava. In 2007 FK Auda and FK Alberts united as FK Auda/Alberts, although the merger was gradually reduced with both teams mostly parting ways later. FK Auda/Alberts, the former FK Auda-2 (farmclub), plays in the 2. līga. The latter club has joined with FK Alberts and uses FK Auda second squad players and FK Alberts players.

After a long stint in the First League, Auda achieved promotion once again and returned to the Virslīga in 2022. On 19 October 2022, Auda won their first ever major trophy, beating RFS 1–0 in the final of the Latvian Cup, thanks to a goal from Daniils Ulimbaševs. This also secured them European football for the first time in their history, where they are competing in the following season's Europa Conference League.

In the 2023 season under Simo Valakari, Auda finished 3rd place in the league and won the bronze medal, the club's first medal in the top-tier league. Auda also qualified for the 2024–25 UEFA Conference League qualifiers. After the season, Valakari departed for Riga FC, with former SC Corinthians Paulista assistant manager Filipe Almeida from Portugal becoming the new head coach.


As of match played 3 August 2023
Competition GP W D L GF GA +/-
UEFA Europa Conference League 2 0 1 1 2 5 –3
Total 2 0 1 1 2 5 –3
Season Competition Round Club Home Away Agg.
2023–24 UEFA Europa Conference League 2QR Spartak Trnava 1–1 1–4 2−5
2024–25 UEFA Conference League 1QR
  • QR: Qualifying round
FK Auda is a professional soccer team based in Riga, Latvia. The team was founded in 2004 and currently competes in the Latvian First League, which is the second tier of Latvian football. FK Auda has a strong fan base and is known for their competitive spirit and determination on the field.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their home matches are played at the Auda Stadium in Riga. FK Auda has a talented roster of players who are dedicated to representing their club with pride and passion. The team has a history of success in Latvian football and has a reputation for playing an exciting and attacking style of soccer.

FK Auda is committed to developing young talent and providing opportunities for local players to showcase their skills at a high level. The team has a strong sense of community and is supported by loyal fans who cheer them on at every match. FK Auda continues to strive for success and aims to compete at the highest levels of Latvian football.