1981 Mestaruussarja

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Statistics of Mestaruussarja in the 1981 season.

Overview

Preliminary Stage is performed in 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

HJK Helsinki won the championship.

Preliminary stage

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 KPT Kuopio 2211924522+2331
2 HJK Helsinki 2212464024+1628
3 TPS Turku 2211653622+1428
4 Haka Valkeakoski 2211564224+1827
5 KTP Kotka 2211473326+726
6 OPS Oulu 229764334+925
7 Ilves Tampere 229674428+1624
8 KuPS Kuopio 2210393437323
9 Sepsi-78 2284102130920
10 RoPS Rovaniemi 22531427441713
11 MP Mikkeli 22431517503311
12 MiPK Mikkeli 2224162263418
Source: rsssf.com

Championship group

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 HJK Helsinki (C)2917575732+2525
2 KPT Kuopio 29131245628+2823
3 Haka Valkeakoski 2915685434+2023
4 TPS Turku 29131064627+1922
5 Ilves Tampere 29127105946+1319
6 KTP Kotka 29127103836+218
7 KuPS Kuopio 29117114650418
8 OPS Oulu 29108115558316
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion.

The points were halved (rounded upwards in uneven cases) after the preliminary stage.

Promotion and relegation group

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDBPPts
1 Kuusysi Lahti (P)7421178+9414
2 Elo Kuopio (P)7511124+8213
3 KPV Kokkola (P)74121610+6312
4 Sepsi-78 73221611+5412
5 RoPS Rovaniemi (R)74121613+3312
6 MP Mikkeli (R)70347181125
7 Honka Espoo 7115716914
8 MiPK Mikkeli (R)71158191114
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

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

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