|Champions|| Tampere United |
3rd Finnish title
|Relegated||AC Oulu, FC Viikingit|
|Champions League||Tampere United|
|UEFA Cup||FC Haka, FC Honka|
|Goals scored||458 (2.52 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Rafael (14)|
|Biggest home win||FC Lahti 6 - 0 VPS|
|Biggest away win||FC Viikingit 0 - 4 FC Lahti|
|Highest scoring||FC Lahti 5 - 2 FF Jaro|
The 2007 season of the Veikkausliiga (the premier league of the Finnish football system), the 18th season in the league's history, began on April 21.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Tampere United (C)||26||16||6||4||45||27||+18||54||Qualification to Champions League first qualifying round|
|2||FC Haka||26||13||7||6||39||23||+16||46||Qualification to UEFA Cup first qualifying round|
|3||TPS||26||13||4||9||43||33||+10||43||Qualification to Intertoto Cup first round|
|4||FC Honka||26||10||11||5||34||25||+9||41||Qualification to UEFA Cup first qualifying round|
|13||FC Viikingit (R)||26||5||8||13||25||44||−19||23||Qualification to relegation play-offs|
|14||AC Oulu (R)||26||5||7||14||28||49||−21||22||Relegation to Ykkönen|
|Veikkausliiga 2007 Winners|
| Tampere United |
RoPS of the Ykkönen beat FC Viikingit for a place in the 2008 season of the Veikkausliiga.
As of 13 October 2007
|2||Toni Lehtinen||FC Haka||11|
|-||Berat Sadik||FC Lahti||9|
|5||Jami Puustinen||FC Honka||8|
|-||Jari Niemi||Tampere Utd||7|
|9||Jonas Emet||FF Jaro||6|
|-||Mikko Innanen||FC Haka||6|
|-||Tomi Petrescu||Tampere Utd||6|
|-||Antti Pohja||Tampere Utd||6|
|15||Jussi Aalto||FF Jaro||5|
|-||Janne Hietanen||AC Oulu||5|
|-||Toni Junnila||FF Jaro||5|
|-||Justus Vajanne||IFK Mariehamn||5|
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