1999 Veikkausliiga

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Statistics of Veikkausliiga in the 1999 season.

Overview

It was contested by 12 teams, and Haka Valkeakoski won the championship.

FC Haka Finnish association football team

FC Haka is a Finnish football club based in the industry town of Valkeakoski, and currently competing in Finland's second division, Ykkönen. It is one of the most successful clubs in Finland, with nine Finnish championships and 12 Finnish Cup wins.

Contents

Preliminary stage

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Haka Valkeakoski 2215524317+2650
2 HJK Helsinki 2214534314+2947
3 FC Inter Turku 2210482825+334
4 FC Jokerit 229672622+433
5 MyPa Anjalankoski 229672727033
6 FC Jazz Pori 2271052824+431
7 KTP Kotka 227782225328
8 RoPS Rovaniemi 226972730327
9 TPS Turku 227692731427
10 FC Lahti 22641225411622
11 VPS Vaasa 22631322331121
12 TPV Tampere 2215161342298
Source: rsssf.com

Championship group

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Haka Valkeakoski (C)2920725418+3667
2 HJK Helsinki 2920545318+3565
3 MyPa Anjalankoski 2913883932+747
4 FC Jokerit 29117113531+440
5 FC Inter Turku 29116123837+139
6 FC Jazz Pori 2981383234237
7 KTP Kotka 29810112935634
8 RoPS Rovaniemi 297101231461531
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion.

Relegation group

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 TPS Turku 2810994034+639
2 FC Lahti (O)28861434552130
3 VPS Vaasa (O)2885153442829
4 TPV Tampere (R)28262023603712
Source: rsssf.com
(O) Play-off winner; (R) Relegated.

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