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1937–38 Estonian Football Championship

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1937–38 Estonian Football Championship

Estonian Championship
Season 1937–38
Champions JS Estonia Tallinn
Relegated ÜENÜTO Tallinn
Puhkekodu Tallinn
Matches played 56
Goals scored 277 (4.95 per match)
Top goalscorer Johannes Niks (17)
Biggest home win JS Estonia Tallinn 14–1 SS Tervis Pärnu
Biggest away win Puhkekodu Tallinn 1–7 ESS Kalev Tallinn
Highest scoring JS Estonia Tallinn 14–1 SS Tervis Pärnu

1937–38 Estonian Football Championship was the 17th official football league season in Estonia.


Eight teams (six from Tallinn, one from Pärnu and Narva) took part in the league. JS Estonia Tallinn finished first, clinching their fourth consecutive league title.


Pos Team[1] P W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 JS Estonia Tallinn 14 10 2 2 51 17 34 22
2 SÜ Esta Tallinn 14 8 3 3 32 22 10 19
3 ESS Kalev Tallinn 14 8 2 4 43 26 17 18
4 VS Sport Tallinn 14 8 1 5 48 25 23 17
5 Narva THK 14 4 3 7 30 44 −14 11
6 SS Tervis Pärnu 14 4 1 9 29 54 −25 9
7 ÜENÜTO Tallinn 14 4 0 10 26 50 −24 8
8 Puhkekodu Tallinn 14 3 2 9 18 39 −21 8

Top scorers

Pos Name Team Gls
1 Johannes Niks JS Estonia Tallinn 17
2 Heinrich Uukkivi JS Estonia Tallinn 12
Nikolai Kaubisch Narva THK
4 Georg Siimenson VS Sport Tallinn 10
Arnold Laasner VS Sport Tallinn
Ralf Veidemann ESS Kalev Tallinn
E. Kägu ÜENÜTO Tallinn
Alfred Kask SS Tervis Pärnu
Nikolai Linberg JS Estonia Tallinn


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