A new year heralds new rosters.

The 2022 League of Legends European Championship (LEC) Spring Split will begin on January 14, welcoming new kids on the block like Victor “Flakked” Lirola in G2 Esports, and familiar faces like Team Vitality mid laner Luka “Perkz” Perković, who had spent a year in LCS.

Here are the full rosters that’ll take to the Rift in the 2022 LEC Spring Split.

Full roster of every team competing in the 2022 LEC Spring Split


Credit: Astralis

After the departure of mid laner Carl Felix “MagiFelix” Boström, the Danish organization brought in Oliver “Dajor” Ryppa, who previously made a splash with Fnatic’s academy roster at the EU Masters grand final last year.

Bot laner veteran Kasper “Kobbe” Kobberup has also joined from Misfits Gaming. Astralis will aim to reach the playoffs for the first time in history during the 2022 LEC Spring Split.

Matti “WhiteKnight” SormunenTop laner
Nikolay “Zanzarah” AkatovJungler
Oliver “Dajor” RyppaMid laner
Kasper “Kobbe” KobberupBot laner
Hampus Mikael “promisq” AbrahamssonSupport

Team BDS

Credit: Team BDS on Twitter

At the end of 2021, Schalke 04 Esports’s LEC spot was bought over by Geneva-based org Team BDS that previously competed in the France national league.

Of the 5 players that competed with S04 last year, only mid laner Ilias “NUCLEARINT” Bizriken and support Dino “LIMIT” Tot were re-signed to LEC squad for the 2022 LEC Spring Split

Team BDS’ most high-profile acquisition was top laner Adam “Adam” Maanane, who exited from Fnatic after Worlds 2021.

Meanwhile, Jakub “Cinkrof” Rokicki and Matthew Charles “xMatty” Coombs have transferred from popular French org Karmine Corp, who took home both 2021 EU Masters titles. Adam had competed alongside both of them in Spring last season.

Adam “Adam” MaananeTop laner
Jakub “Cinkrof” RokickiJungler
Ilias “NUCLEARINT” BizrikenMid laner
Hicham “Jaylink” MalkiBot laner
Matthew Charles “xMatty” CoombsBot laner
Dino “LIMIT” TotSupport

Excel Esports

Credit: Excel on Twitter

Excel made just one change from last summer, adding top laner Finn “Finn” Wiestål, who returned from a sojourn in North America with Counter Logic Gaming.

Finn “Finn” WiestålTop laner
Mark “Markoon” van WoenselJungler
Erlend “nukeduck” Våtevik HolmMid laner
Patrik “Patrik” JírůBot laner
Henk “Advienne” ReijengaSupport


Credit: Fnatic

After G2 Esports decided to rebuild their player roster, Martin “Wunder” Nordahl Hansen made his way to Fnatic to replace Adam.

Joining him are jungler Iván “Razork” Martín Díaz from Misfits and mid laner Marek “Humanoid” Brázda, formerly of MAD Lions. The latter replaces Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer, who will remain with Fnatic as a sub and content creator.

Martin “Wunder” Nordahl HansenTop laner
Iván “Razork” Martín DíazJungler
Marek “Humanoid” BrázdaMid laner
Yasin “Nisqy” DinçerMid laner
Elias “Upset” LippBot laner
Zdravets “Hylissang” Iliev GalabovSupport

G2 Esports

G2 Esports roster, LEC Spring 2022
Credit: G2 Esports on Twitter

The 2019 Worlds finalists shockingly missed Worlds last year despite boasting a star-studded roster which included Martin “Rekkles” Larsson, prompting a rebuild where only jungler Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski and Rasmus “caPs” Borregaard Winther remained.

Former Schalke 04 top laner Sergen “Broken Blade” Çelik will fill the shoes of Wunder. Victor “Flakked” Lirola and Raphaël “Targamas” Crabbé arrive from MAD Lions Madrid and Karmine Corp to fulfill the bot lane and support role.

Support player Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle will remain under contract as a substitute for the 2022 LEC Spring Split.

Sergen “Broken Blade” ÇelikTop laner
Marcin “Jankos” JankowskiJungler
Rasmus “caPs” Borregaard WintherMid laner
Victor “Flakked” LirolaBot laner
Raphaël “Targamas” CrabbéSupport
Mihael “Mikyx” MehleSupport

MAD Lions

MAD Lions
Credit: MAD Lions on Twitter

MAD Lions made just two changes to the lineup that won the 2021 LEC Summer Split and made the top eight at Worlds 2021, adding mid laner Steven “Reeker” Chen and bot laner William “UNF0RGIVEN” Nieminen. Both of them have prior experience in the German European Regional League (ERL) circuit.

İrfan Berk “Armut” TükekTop laner
Javier “Elyoya” Prades BatallaJungler
Steven “Reeker” ChenMid laner
William “UNF0RGIVEN” NieminenBot laner
Norman “Kaiser” KaiserSupport

Misfits Gaming

Misfits Gaming, LEC Spring Split 2022
Credit: Misfits Gaming on Twitter

Banking on youth over experience, Misfits Gaming promoted jungler Lucjan “Shlatan” Ahmad from their academy squad, making the 2022 LEC Spring Split his first LEC season as a starter.

Joining him is support Mertai “Mersa” Sari who rose from the ERL scene with GamersOrigin.

Former bot laner Matúš “Neon” Jakubčík has also rejoined from Schalke 04 for the 2022 LEC Spring Split after a stint with Misfits in 2019.

Shin “HiRit” Tae-minTop laner
Lucjan “Shlatan” AhmadJungler
Vincent “Vetheo” BerriéMid laner
Matúš “Neon” JakubčíkBot laner
Mertai “Mersa” SariSupport


Rogue roster, LEC Spring Split 2022

After the departure of star jungler Kacper “Inspired” Słoma and Steven “Hans sama” Liv, both of whom moved to the LCS, the 2021 Worlds representative decided to import jungler Kim “Malrang” Geun-seong from Korea.

The second new face, bot laner Markos “Comp” Stamkopoulos, arrives from Team Vitality for the 2022 LEC Spring Split. He initially started in the Spring Split, but became a substitute after Juš “Crownshot” Marušič joined the team.

Andrei “Odoamne” PascuTop laner
Kim “Malrang” Geun-seongJungler
Emil “Larsson” LarssonMid laner
Markos “Comp” StamkopoulosBot laner
Adrian “Trymbi” TrybusSupport

SK Gaming

SK Gaming roster, LEC Spring Split 2022
Credit: SK Gaming on YouTube

Support Erik “Treatz” Wessén returns to his original role after filling in as a jungler during the 2021 LEC Summer Split.

Janik “Jenax” BartelsTop laner
Erberk “Gilius” DemirJungler
Daniel “Sertuss” GamaniMid laner
Jean “Jezu” MassolBot laner
Erik “Treatz” WessénSupport

Team Vitality

Team Vitality roster, LEC Spring Split 2022
Credit: Team Vitality

Team Vitality splashed their cash in the off-season to sign Perkz from Cloud 9.

He brings with him former Team Liquid top laner Barney “Alphari” Morris and MAD Lions bot laner Matyáš “Carzzy” Orság.

Together with jungler Oskar “Selfmade” Boderek and support Labros “Labrov” Papoutsakis, Team Vitality is looking like a team that might upset the established order during the 2022 LEC Spring Split.

Barney “Alphari” MorrisTop laner
Oskar “Selfmade” BoderekJungler
Adam “LIDER” IlyasovMid laner
Luka “Perkz” PerkovićMid laner
Matyáš “Carzzy” OrságBot laner
Labros “Labrov” PapoutsakisSupport

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