2013 Veikkausliiga

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Veikkausliiga
Season2013
Champions HJK
10th Veikkausliiga title
26th Finnish title
Relegated JJK
Champions League HJK Helsinki
Europa League FC Honka
VPS
MYPA
RoPS
Matches played198
Goals scored525 (2.65 per match)
Top goalscorer Tim Väyrynen
(17 goals)
Biggest home win HJK 6–0 FC Inter
(13 June)
FF Jaro 7–1 FC Lahti
(13 July)
Biggest away win IFK Mariehamn 0–5 HJK
(27 June)
Highest scoring FF Jaro 7–1 FC Lahti
(13 July)
2012
2014

The 2013 Veikkausliiga was the eighty-third season of top-tier football in Finland. The season began on 13 April 2013 and is scheduled to end on 26 October 2013. HJK Helsinki are the defending champions.

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Teams

FC Haka were relegated to Ykkönen after finishing at the bottom of the 2012 season. Their place was taken by Ykkönen champions RoPS.

Team summaries

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HJK
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JJK
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VPS
Location of teams in 2013 Veikkausliiga
ClubLocationStadiumCapacityManagerCaptain
FC Honka Espoo Tapiolan Urheilupuisto 6,000 Flag of Finland.svg Mika Lehkosuo Flag of Finland.svg Jussi Vasara
FC Inter Turku Veritas Stadion 10,000 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Job Dragtsma Flag of Finland.svg Henri Lehtonen
FC Lahti Lahti Lahden Stadion 15,000 Flag of Finland.svg Juha Malinen Flag of Finland.svg Mikko Hauhia
FF Jaro Jakobstad Jakobstads Centralplan 5,000 Flag of Finland.svg Flag of Russia.svg Alexei Eremenko Sr. Flag of Finland.svg Jonas Emet
HJK Helsinki Sonera Stadium 10,770 Flag of Finland.svg Sixten Boström Flag of Finland.svg Ville Wallén
IFK Mariehamn Mariehamn Wiklöf Holding Arena 4,000 Flag of Finland.svg Pekka Lyyski Flag of Finland.svg Jani Lyyski
JJK Jyväskylä Harjun stadion 3,000 Flag of Finland.svg Juha Pasoja Flag of Finland.svg Janne Korhonen
KuPS Kuopio Savon Sanomat Areena 5,000 Flag of Finland.svg Esa Pekonen Flag of Finland.svg Rami Hakanpää
MYPA Kouvola Kymenlaakson Sähkö Stadion 4,167 Flag of Finland.svg Toni Korkeakunnas Flag of Finland.svg Tuomas Aho
RoPS Rovaniemi Rovaniemen keskuskenttä 4,000 Flag of Finland.svg Kari Virtanen Flag of Finland.svg Antti Okkonen
TPS Turku Veritas Stadion 10,000 Flag of Finland.svg Marko Rajamäki Flag of Finland.svg Jarkko Hurme
VPS Vaasa Hietalahti Stadium 4,600 Flag of Finland.svg Olli Huttunen Flag of Finland.svg Sebastian Strandvall

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyIncoming managerDate of appointmentTable
HJK Flag of Finland.svg Antti Muurinen End of contractn/a Flag of Finland.svg Sixten Boström 1 January 2013 [1] Pre-season
FC Lahti Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Kautonen Sacked4 June 2013 [2] Flag of Finland.svg Juha Malinen 5 June 2013 [3] 12th
JJK Flag of Finland.svg Kari Martonen Sacked30 June 2013 Flag of Finland.svg Juha Pasoja (as caretaker)30 June 2013 [4] 12th

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 HJK (C)3322747825+5373Qualification to Champions League second qualifying round
2 FC Honka 3318785137+1461Qualification to Europa League first qualifying round
3 VPS 33149104139+251
4 IFK Mariehamn 33147125762549
5 FC Lahti 33153154749248
6 MYPA 33145144237+547Qualification to Europa League first qualifying round [lower-alpha 1]
7 KuPS 33118144342+141
8 TPS 331011124246441
9 FC Inter 33913113138740
10 FF Jaro 33910144150937
11 RoPS 338101525361134Qualification to Europa League second qualifying round [lower-alpha 2]
12 JJK (R)334101927643722Relegation to Ykkönen
Source: veikkausliiga.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. MYPA qualified for the first qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League by Fair-Play ranking.
  2. RoPS qualified for the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League by winning the 2013 Finnish Cup.

Results

Statistics

Monthly awards

MonthCoach of the MonthPlayer of the Month
April [6] Flag of Finland.svg Pekka Lyyski (IFK Mariehamn) Flag of Finland.svg Petteri Forsell (IFK Mariehamn)
May [7] Flag of Finland.svg Mika Lehkosuo (FC Honka) Flag of Finland.svg Pekka Sihvola (MYPA)
June [8] Flag of Finland.svg Mika Lehkosuo (FC Honka) Flag of Finland.svg Tim Väyrynen (FC Honka)
July [9] Flag of Finland.svg Flag of Russia.svg Alexei Eremenko Sr. (FF Jaro) Flag of Finland.svg Tomi Maanoja (RoPS)
August [10] Flag of Finland.svg Toni Korkeakunnas (MYPA) Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Abdoulaye Méïté (FC Honka)
September [11] Flag of Finland.svg Sixten Boström (HJK) Flag of Finland.svg Erfan Zeneli (HJK)
October [12] Flag of Finland.svg Olli Huttunen (VPS) Flag of Finland.svg Tim Väyrynen (FC Honka)

Annual awards

Source: Kauden 2013 pelipaikkojen parhaat nimetty (in Finnish)

PositionPlayer
Goalkeeper Flag of Finland.svg Henri Sillanpää (VPS)
Defender Flag of Ghana.svg Gideon Baah (FC Honka)
Midfielder Flag of Finland.svg Erfan Zeneli (HJK)
Striker Flag of Finland.svg Tim Väyrynen (FC Honka)
Manager Flag of Finland.svg Olli Huttunen (VPS)

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