|Champions|| Inter Turku |
1st Finnish title
|Champions League||Inter Turku|
|Europa League|| Honka |
HJK (via domestic cup)
(13 goals both)
|Biggest home win|| Honka 7–0 Haka |
Lahti 8–1 KuPS
|Biggest away win|| Jaro 0–4 Haka |
Haka 0–4 Inter Turku
TPS 0–4 Inter Turku
VPS 0–4 Inter Turku
KooTeePee 0–4 MYPA
|Highest scoring||Lahti 8–1 KuPS|
The 2008 season of Veikkausliiga was the seventy-eighth season of top-tier football in Finland. It started on 27 April 2008 and ended on 26 October 2008. The defending champions were Tampere United.
AC Oulu finished at the bottom of the 2007 season and therefore were relegated to Ykkönen. Their place was taken by Ykkönen champions KuPS. 13th placed Veikkausliiga team FC Viikingit and Ykkönen runners-up RoPS competed in a two-legged relegation play-offs for one spot in 2008 Veikkausliiga. RoPS won 2–1 on aggregate and therefore were promoted to Veikkausliiga.
|FC Haka||Valkeakoski||Tehtaan kenttä||3,516|
|FC Honka||Espoo||Tapiolan Urheilupuisto||6,000|
|FC Inter||Turku||Veritas Stadion||10,000|
|FF Jaro||Jakobstad||Jakobstads Centralplan||5,000|
|FC KooTeePee||Kotka||Arto Tolsa Areena||4,780|
|FC Lahti||Lahti||Lahden Stadion||15,000|
|IFK Mariehamn||Mariehamn||Wiklöf Holding Arena||1,600|
|Tampere United||Tampere||Ratina Stadion||17,000|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||FC Inter (C)||26||15||9||2||46||12||+34||54||Qualification to Champions League second qualifying round|
|2||FC Honka||26||15||5||6||46||23||+23||50||Qualification to Europa League second qualifying round|
|3||FC Lahti||26||15||3||8||44||24||+20||48||Qualification to Europa League first qualifying round|
|4||HJK||26||14||5||7||47||29||+18||47||Qualification to Europa League second qualifying round|
|13||KuPS (O)||26||4||7||15||26||56||−30||19||Qualification to relegation play-offs|
|14||FC KooTeePee (R)||26||1||5||20||14||57||−43||8||Relegation to Ykkönen|
KuPS and Ykkönen runners-up FC Viikingit competed in a two-legged play-offs for one spot in Veikkausliiga 2009. KuPS won 2–1 on aggregate and thereby retained their league spot for 2009.
|FC Viikingit||1 – 2||KuPS|
| Jäntti || Report |
| Koljonen |
Source: veikkausliiga.com (in Finnish)
Source: Veikkausliigan parhaat kaudella 2008 nimetty (in Finnish)
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The 2001 season was the 71st completed season of Finnish Football League Championship, known as the Veikkausliiga. At the same time it was the 12th season of the Veikkausliiga.
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