Statistics of Mestaruussarja in the 1976 season.
It was contested by 12 teams, and KuPS Kuopio won the championship.
|1||KuPS Kuopio (C)||22||13||6||3||40||21||+19||32|
|11||GBK Kokkola (R)||22||4||5||13||19||43||−24||13|
|12||KPT Kuopio (R)||22||3||6||13||12||33||−21||12|
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