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1999 Meistriliiga

Meistriliiga
Season 1999
Champions FC Levadia
Top goalscorer Estonia Toomas Krõm (19)
1998
2000

The 1999 season of the Meistriliiga (the premier league of the Estonian football system), the 9th season in the league's history.

Final standings

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Comments
1 FC Levadia (C)
28
23
4
1
77
12
+65
73
Champions League 1st Qualifying Round
2 Viljandi Tulevik
28
16
5
7
57
34
+23
53
UEFA Cup 1st Qualifying Round
3 FC Flora
28
13
8
7
60
33
+27
47
4 Narva Trans
28
11
7
10
40
28
+12
40
Intertoto Cup 1st Round
5 FC TVMK
28
7
9
12
16
33
-17
30
6 FC Lantana1
28
5
9
13
31
52
-21
27
Relegated
7 Lelle SK (R)
28
5
9
14
25
45
-20
24
Promotion/Relegation Playoff
8 EP Jõhvi (R)
28
2
7
19
12
81
-69
13
Relegated

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points;
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated

1 FC Lantana will probably be replaced by FC Lootus Kohtla-Järve.

Promotion/Relegation playoff

November 6, 1999
Lootus 0 – 3 Lelle SK1

November 14, 1999
Lelle SK1 1 – 2 Lootus

1 As FC Flora decided to replace Lelle SK by FC Valga in their system, FC Valga will replace Lelle SK in Meistriiliiga 2000.

Topscorers

Pos  Name Team Goals
1 Estonia Toomas Krõm FC Levadia 19
2 Estonia Andrei Krõlov FC Levadia 18
3 Estonia Dmitri Ustritski Viljandi Tulevik 16
4 Estonia Vitali Leitan FC Lantana 15
5 Estonia Indrek Zelinski FC Flora 14
6 Estonia Maksim Gruznov Narva Trans 13
7 Estonia Kristen Viikmäe FC Flora 12
8 Estonia Aleksandr Marashov Narva Trans 10

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