|Date of birth||29 November 1967|
|Place of birth||Panevėžys, Lithuanian SSR, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|1996||→ Inkaras (loan)||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Urbonas began his career at Mokslas Vilnius, before moving to Neris Vilnius in 1990. In 1991, Urbonas briefly played for Vienybė Ukmergė, before moving to Vilnius Makabi. In 1992, after a spell with Minija Kretinga, Urbonas joined Geležinis Vilkas. In 1993, Urbonas signed for Žalgiris, making 41 A Lyga appearances over the course of four years, scoring twice. In 1997, Urbonas joined Hungarian club Videoton. Urbonas made 51 NB I appearances in three seasons for the club, scoring five times. In 1999, Urbonas joined fellow Hungarian club Gázszer, before returning home in 2000, playing with hometown club Ekranas, before retiring.
In 2009, following roles as assistant manager of FK Vėtra and FBK Kaunas, Urbonas was appointed manager of Ekranas. At Ekranas, Urbonas guided the team to four successive A Lyga titles and two Lithuanian Football Cups. In 2014, Urbonas was appointed manager of Trakai. In 2017, Urbonas was named manager of Latvian club Spartaks Jūrmala. In the same year, Urbonas won the 2017 Latvian Higher League with the club. In 2018, Urbonas returned to Žalgiris, where he had formerly played. In February 2019, Urbonas was appointed manager of Lithuania.
- As of Match played 17 November 2019
|Lithuania||12 March 2019||present||10||1||2||7||10.00|
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