Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.
LAT01 – FK JELGAVA (RAF Jelgava) (RAF Rīga) (FC Universitate Rīga)
1977 Metālists Jelgava, 1980 Automobilists Jelgava, 1987 RASMS-RAF Jelgava, 1990 RAF Jelgava, 1995 RAF Rīga, 1996 FC Universitate, 1999 dissolved, 2001 re-formed as RAF Jelgava, 2004 FK Jelgava, 2020 dissolved (prof section) (in the USSR League until 1990); ground: Zemgales Olimpiskais centrs; colours: red-blue.
1990 FC Skonto, 2016 dissolved; ground: Skonto Stadions; colours: green.
1948 Daugava, 1992 Daugava-Kompar, 1993 FC Olimpija, 1995 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1990); ground: Latvijas Universitates Stadions; colours: blue-white.
LAT04 – SK LIEPĀJA METALURGS (DAG Rīga) (DAG Ljepāja)
1993 DAG Rīga, 1995 DAG Liepāja, 1996 FK Baltika, 1997 FHK Metalurgs, 2008 SK Metalurgs, 2013 dissolved; ground: Daugava Stadions; colours: blue-yellow.
1990 Tseltnieks, 1992 BJFK, 1993 Auseklis, 1995 Vilan-D, 1996 FC Dinaburg, 2009 dissolved; ground: Celtnieks Stadions; colours: yellow-black.
LAT06 – FK DAUGAVA/RFS RĪGA (FK Daugava Rīga) (LU/Daugava Rīga)
1991 FK Torpedo, 1993 FK Vidus, 1995 FK Armstrig, 1996 FK Daugava, 1998 dissolved and re-formes as LU/ (Universitate Rīga) Daugava, 2001 PFK Daugava Rīga (+ Policijas FK Rīga), 2003 dissolved and re-formed as FK Daugava, 2010 FK Daugava/RFS (+ RFS Flaminko Rīga) ; 2011 dissolved; ground: Alberta Seibela Stadions; colours: red-black.
1999 FK Rīga, 2009 dissolved; ground: Latvijas Universitates Stadions; colours: red-black.
1997 FK Ventspils, 2021 dissolved; ground: Olimpiskais centrs Ventspils; colours: blue-yellow-black.
LAT09 – OLIMPS/RFS RĪGA (Olimps/JFK Rīga)
2005 Olimps Rīga, 2008 Olimps/RFS (+ FK Rīga), 2011 dissolved; ground: Daugava Stadions; colours: red-white.
1944 FC Ditton, 2007 FC Daugava, 2008 dissolved (+ FC Dinaburg Daugavpils => FC Dinaburg), 2010 re-formed as FC Daugava, 2016 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1990); ground: Daugava Stadions; colours: black-yellow.
2003 FK Jūrmala, 2010 FK Jūrmala-VV, 2013 FK Daugava (2003) Rīga, 2015 dissolved; at the 1st level in the 2014 season; ground: Daugava Stadions; colours: blue-white.
2007 FK Spartaks Jūrmala; at the 1st level in the 2022 season; ground: Slokas Stadions; colours: red-white.
2014 FK Liepāja; at the 1st level in the 2022 season; ground: Daugava stadions ; colours: red-white-green.
2014 FC Caramba Rīga, 2015 FC Caramba/Dinamo Rīga (+ FC Dinamo Rīga), 2016 Riga FC; at the 1st level in the 2022 season; ground: Skonto Stadions; colours: light blue-white.
2005 FSK Daugava-90 Rīga, 2008 Daugava Rīga, 2010 + RFS/Flaminko Rīga => FK Daugava/RFS Rīga, 2011 FK Rīgas FS (Futbola skola); at the 1st level in the 2022 season; ground: Arkādija stadions; colours: blue.
1996 Valmiera FC, 2003 FK Gauja, 2004 dissolved, 2015 re-formed as Valmiera Glass SK/SKS, 2016 Valmiera Glass ViA (Vidzemes Augstskola), 2020 Valmiera FC; at the 1st level in the 2022 season; ground: Vidzemes Olimpiskais centrs; colours: blue.
The choice of considering a club dissolved or existing under another name (sometimes due to mergers) can often be difficult to evaluate. The choises made are therefore mine, based on the data I was able to collect.