1979 Mestaruussarja

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Statistics of Mestaruussarja in the 1979 season.

Overview

Preliminary Stage was contested by 12 teams, and higher 8 teams go into Championship Group. Lower 4 teams fought in Promotion/Relegation Group with higher 4 teams of Ykkönen.

Contents

OPS Oulu won the championship.

Preliminary stage

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 OPS Oulu 22111013915+2432
2 KuPS Kuopio 2212553825+1329
3 HJK Helsinki 2210753424+1027
4 Reipas Lahti 2210573336325
5 KPT Kuopio 2210483123+824
6 TPS Turku 229583627+923
7 Haka Valkeakoski 229494842+622
8 KTP Kotka 22841027441720
9 KPV Kokkola 2257102527217
10 Ilves Tampere 22641231411016
11 Pyrkivä Turku 22561117311416
12 MiPK Mikkeli 22451323472413
Source: rsssf.com

Championship group

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 OPS Oulu (C)29151135325+2841
2 KuPS Kuopio 2917665833+2540
3 HJK Helsinki 2914784836+1235
4 KPT Kuopio 2913794733+1433
5 Reipas Lahti 2912894649332
6 Haka Valkeakoski 29117115852+629
7 TPS Turku 2998124643+326
8 KTP Kotka 29941633683522
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion.

Promotion/Relegation Group

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDBPPts
1 Ilves Tampere 7430165+11314
2 OTP Oulu (P)75021811+7313
3 KPV Kokkola 72329112411
4 Sepsi-78 (P)724185+3210
5 Pyrkivä Turku (R)723298+129
6 MP Mikkeli 7205711448
7 MiPK Mikkeli (R)7223714717
8 GrIFK Kauniainen 71151120914
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

The teams obtained bonus points on the basis of their preliminary stage position.

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