1961 Mestaruussarja

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Statistics of Mestaruussarja in the 1961 season.


It was contested by 12 teams, and HIFK Helsinki won the championship.


League standings

1 HIFK Helsinki (C)2214355726+3131
2 KIF Helsinki 2214264529+1630
3 Haka Valkeakoski 2212555132+1929
4 TPS Turku 2211294849124
5 Reipas Lahti 229493737022
6 HJK Helsinki 227784241+121
7 HPS Helsinki 2292114956720
8 TaPa Tampere 2276938481020
9 KuPS Kuopio 2283114045519
10 VIFK Vaasa (R)22741142531118
11 PPojat Helsinki (R)22731230411117
12 TuTo Turku (R)22531436582213
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

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