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2004 Meistriliiga

Meistriliiga
Season 2004
Champions Levadia Tallinn
Top goalscorer Estonia Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko (28)
2003
2005

Levadia Tallinn won their third title with a six-point advantage over the runners-up TVMK Tallinn. Tammeka Tartu and Tervis Pärnu won promotion to the Meistriliiga as the Esiliiga champions and third placed team respectively, the runners-up Levadia Tallinn II were ineligible for promotion. Expansion of the league to ten teams from eight, for the upcoming season, also ensured that even the last placed Lootus Alutaguse had a chance to stay in the top flight, but were defeated by Esiliiga's fourth team Dünamo Tallinn, winning the away leg 2-1, but then losing at home 0-4 a week later. Tervis Pärnu were later denied the Meistriliiga license, sealing an unlikely promotion for the fifth-placed FC Kuressaare.

Final standings

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
Comments
1 Levadia Tallinn
28
21
6
1
82
14
69
Champions League 1st Qualifying Round
2 TVMK Tallinn
28
19
6
3
89
29
63
UEFA Cup 1st Qualifying Round
3 Flora Tallinn
28
18
4
6
83
25
58
4 Trans Narva
28
15
2
11
43
39
47
Intertoto Cup 1st Round
5 Merkuur Tartu
28
10
5
13
47
58
35
6 Tulevik Viljandi
28
6
7
15
30
53
25
7 FC Valga
28
5
2
21
30
80
17
8 Lootus Alutaguse
28
1
2
25
11
117
5
Promotion/Relegation Playoff

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; Pts = Points
C = Champions

UEFA Champions League First Qualifying Round
UEFA Cup First Qualifying Round
UEFA Intertoto Cup First Round
Relegation Playoffs

Promotion/Relegation Play-Off

November 13, 2004
Dünamo Tallinn 1 – 2 Lootus Alutaguse
Butajev Goal 44' Popov Goal 30'
Ametov Goal 90+3'


November 20, 2004
Lootus Alutaguse 0 – 4 Dünamo Tallinn
Tšernoussov Goal 8'
Krivošein Goal 32'
Butajev Goal 65'
Semko Goal 76'

Topscorers

Pos  Name Team Goals
1 Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko Flora Tallinn 28
2 Ingemar Teever TVMK Tallinn 18
3 Egidijus Juška TVMK Tallinn 16
4 Andrei Antonov FC Valga 13
Tarmo Neemelo TVMK Tallinn 13
6 Deniss Malov TVMK Tallinn 12
Konstantin Nahk Levadia Tallinn 12
8 Anton Sereda Merkuur Tartu 11
Dmitri Ustritski Tulevik Viljandi 11

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