|Champions|| IFK Mariehamn |
1st Veikkausliiga title
|Champions League||IFK Mariehamn|
|Europa League|| HJK |
|Goals scored||459 (2.32 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Roope Riski |
|Biggest home win|| RoPS 5–0 PS Kemi (10 August)|
SJK 5–0 PK-35 Vantaa (17 October)
|Biggest away win|| IFK Mariehamn 2–5 HIFK (7 August)|
HJK 1–4 FC Lahti (12 September)
|Highest scoring|| PK-35 Vantaa 3–4 RoPS (2 April)|
IFK Mariehamn 2–5 HIFK (7 August)
The 2016 Veikkausliiga is the eighty-sixth season of top-tier football in Finland. The season started on 2 April 2016; the regular season ended on 23 October 2016, with a promotion/relegation playoff continuing until 29 October.SJK were the defending champions.
FF Jaro were relegated to Ykkönen after finishing at the bottom of the 2015 season. Their place was taken by Ykkönen champions PS Kemi.
KTP as 11th-placed team lost their Veikkausliiga spot after losing to second-placed Ykkönen team PK-35 Vantaa 3–2 on aggregate in a relegation/promotion playoff.
|FC Inter||Turku||Veritas Stadion||10,000|
|FC Lahti||Lahti||Lahden kisapuisto||4,000|
|IFK Mariehamn||Mariehamn||Wiklöf Holding Arena||4,000|
|KuPS||Kuopio||Savon Sanomat Areena||5,000|
|PK-35 Vantaa||Vantaa||Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion||4,500|
|PS Kemi||Kemi||Sauvosaaren Urheilupuisto||4,500|
|FC Inter||Shefki Kuqi||Henri Lehtonen||Nike||Alfons Håkans|
|FC Lahti||Toni Korkeakunnas||Mikko Hauhia||Umbro||BE Group |
|HIFK||Antti Muurinen||Esa Terävä||Kappa/Puma||Aktia Bank|
|HJK||Mika Lehkosuo||Sebastian Sorsa||Adidas||Apu|
|IFK Mariehamn|| Kari Virtanen |
|Jani Lyyski||Puma||Hotell Arkipelag|
|Ilves||Jarkko Wiss||Antti Hynynen||Adidas||Various|
|KuPS||Marko Rajamäki||Petteri Pennanen||Puma||Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas|
|PK-35 Vantaa||Pasi Pihamaa||Kim Raimi||Nike||Vantaan Energia|
|PS Kemi||Jari Åhman||Billy Ions||Stanno||Various|
|RoPS||Juha Malinen||Antti Okkonen||Puma||Saraware|
|SJK||Simo Valakari||Mihkel Aksalu||Adidas|| LähiTapiola |
|VPS||Petri Vuorinen||Ville Koskimaa||Puma||Various|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Incoming manager||Date of appointment||Table|
|Ilves||Marco Baruffato||End of contract||n/a||Jarkko Wiss||6 November 2015||Pre-season|
|IFK Mariehamn||Pekka Lyyski||End of contract||n/a|| Kari Virtanen |
|19 November 2015||Pre-season|
|FC Inter||Job Dragtsma||Mutual termination||26 May 2016||Jami Wallenius (as caretaker)||26 May 2016||7th|
|PK-35 Vantaa||Shefki Kuqi||Mutual termination||27 July 2016||Pasi Pihamaa||27 July 2016||12th|
|HIFK||Jani Honkavaara||Sacked||27 July 2016||Antti Muurinen||28 July 2016||11th|
|FC Inter||Jami Wallenius (as caretaker)||Mutual termination||3 August 2016||Shefki Kuqi||3 August 2016||10th|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||IFK Mariehamn (C)||33||17||10||6||40||25||+15||61||Qualification for the Champions League second qualifying round|
|2||HJK||33||16||10||7||52||36||+16||58||Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round|
|9||PS Kemi Kings||33||10||5||18||29||48||−19||35|
|11||Inter Turku (O)||33||7||11||15||28||41||−13||32||Qualification for the relegation play-offs|
|12||PK-35 Vantaa (R)||33||4||7||22||32||65||−33||13||Relegation to the Ykkönen|
Source: veikkausliiga.com (in Finnish)
Source: veikkausliiga.com (in Finnish)
|Month||Coach of the Month||Player of the Month|
|April|| Peter Lundberg (IFK Mariehamn)|
Kari Virtanen (IFK Mariehamn)
|Walter Viitala (IFK Mariehamn)|
|May||Mika Lehkosuo (HJK)||Taye Taiwo (HJK)|
|June||Juha Malinen (RoPS)||Roope Riski (SJK)|
|July||Petri Vuorinen (VPS)||Pyry Soiri (VPS)|
|August||Jari Åhman (PS Kemi)||Erik Törnros (PS Kemi)|
|September||Jarkko Wiss (Ilves)||Alfredo Morelos (HJK)|
|October|| Peter Lundberg (IFK Mariehamn)|
Kari Virtanen (IFK Mariehamn)
|Jani Lyyski (IFK Mariehamn)|
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