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2006 Veikkausliiga

Veikkausliiga
Season 2006
...
2005
2007

The 2006 season of the Veikkausliiga the 17th season in the league's history, began on April 19 and ended on October 29.
The league was originally supposed to have 14 teams, but AC Allianssi was refused a license, and the league was subsequently played with only 13 teams.

Contents

  • Table 1
  • European results 2
  • Promotions and relegations 3
  • Top goal scorers 4
  • External links 5

Table

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Tampere United 24 16 3 5 39 18 +21 51
2 HJK 24 13 6 5 45 18 +27 45
3 FC Haka1. 24 13 5 6 37 24 +13 44
4 FC Honka 24 13 3 8 50 32 +18 42
5 IFK Mariehamn 24 10 7 7 31 22 +9 37
6 MyPa2. 24 10 4 10 25 26 -1 34
7 TPS 24 9 4 11 35 38 -3 31
8 FC Lahti 24 9 4 11 26 34 -8 31
9 VPS 24 8 5 11 26 36 -10 29
10 FC Inter 24 7 7 10 25 35 -10 28
11 FC KooTeePee 24 8 3 13 26 44 -18 27
12 FF Jaro 24 4 7 13 27 42 -15 19
13 KuPS 24 5 4 15 18 41 -23 19

P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

1. FC Haka gained HJK's UEFA Cup place as HJK won the Finnish Cup. The Intertoto Cup place was given to FC Honka.

2. MyPa were awarded a place in the UEFA Cup as Fair Play Award winners.

UEFA Champions League First Qualifying Round
UEFA Cup First Qualifying Round
UEFA Intertoto Cup
Relegation to Ykkönen

European results

Champions League:


UEFA Cup:


Intertoto Cup:

Promotions and relegations

Top goal scorers

Position Player Country Team Goals
1 Hermanni Vuorinen FC Honka 16
2 Rafael FC Lahti 13
3 Farid Ghazi HJK 12
4 Ville Lehtinen Tampere Utd 11
- Mikko Paatelainen FF Jaro 11
- Antti Pohja HJK 11
7 Ady / TPS 10
- Valtter Laaksonen FC Inter 10

External links

  • Results from RSSSF


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