1970 Mestaruussarja

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Champions Reipas Lahti
Relegated Into Kemi,
Elo Kuopio

Statistics of Mestaruussarja in the 1970 season.


It was contested by 12 teams, and Reipas Lahti won the championship.

Reipas Lahti

Reipas Lahti is a sports club in Lahti, Finland. It is involved in various of ball games and also other sports. The club emerged in the late 1940s, when the inhabitants of Viipuri had mostly been relocated in Lahti, after evacuation during World War II. As a consequence, the activities of Viipurin Reipas, which had been founded in 1891, were continued in the new home town of the evacuees. The name of the club was still Reipas Viipuri until 1962, when the ball game section became simply Reipas.


League standings

1 Reipas Lahti (C)2214444528+1732
2 MP Mikkeli 2212556031+2929
3 HIFK Helsinki 2210846034+2628
4 KuPS Kuopio 2210753525+1027
5 HJK Helsinki 229763726+1125
6 KPV Kokkola 228774031+923
7 TPS Turku 229583534+123
8 Haka Valkeakoski 227693134320
9 Kuusysi Lahti 2291123138719
10 Ilves-Kissat Tampere 22821228421418
11 Into Kemi (R)22721329532416
12 Elo Kuopio (R)2204181570554
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

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