1996 Veikkausliiga

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Statistics of Veikkausliiga in the 1996 season.


It was contested by 12 teams, and FC Jazz Pori won the championship.


Preliminary stage

1 Jaro Jakobstad 2211472917+1237
2 FC Jazz Pori 2210754029+1137
3 TPS Turku 2211473129+237
4 FinnPa Helsinki 229852720+735
5 FC Inter Turku 2210572420+435
6 MyPa Anjalankoski 2210393932+733
7 VPS Vaasa 228592220+229
8 HJK Helsinki 2284102630428
9 RoPS Rovaniemi 227692223127
10 Ilves Tampere 227692230827
11 Haka Valkeakoski 2266102834624
12 MP Mikkeli 22441412382616
Source: rsssf.com

Championship group

1 FC Jazz Pori (C)2713864733+1447
2 MyPa Anjalankoski 27143104838+1045
3 TPS Turku 2713594035+544
4 FinnPa Helsinki 2711973225+742
5 Jaro Jakobstad 27116103425+939
6 FC Inter Turku 27116102830239
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion.

Relegation group

1 VPS Vaasa 27125103325+841
2 RoPS Rovaniemi 27116103529+639
3 HJK Helsinki (O)27115113637138
4 Ilves Tampere (R)27861326431730
5 Haka Valkeakoski (R)2776143542727
6 MP Mikkeli (R)27551718503220
Source: rsssf.com
(O) Play-off winner; (R) Relegated.

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