|Full name||Kokkolan Palloveikot|
KPV (or Kokkolan Palloveikot) is a Finnish football club, based in Kokkola. It currently plays in the Finnish First Division ( Ykkönen ). The club's head coach is Niko Kalliokoski, and it plays its home matches at Kokkolan keskuskenttä.
KPV is the club of Finnish-speaking people in the town. The rival club is Swedish-speaking GBK.
KPV run a number of team including 1 men's teams, 1 ladies team, 10 boys team and 7 girls teams. The club also runs an Academy and Soccer School.
|Season||Level||Pos||Pld||W||D||L||For||Against||Points||Finnish Cup||League Cup||Top goalscorer|
|2000||3rd||6||22||9||6||7||49||47||33||Fourth Round||-||Pekka Kainu – 17|
|2001||3rd||5||20||8||5||7||33||32||29||Fifth Round||-||Pekka Kainu – 13|
|2009||2nd||2||26||15||6||5||32||25||51||-||-||Lasse Linjala – 7|
|2010||2nd||4||26||14||5||7||43||31||47||Sixth Round||-||Irakli Sirbiladze – 16|
|2011||2nd||12||24||4||4||16||19||58||16||-||-||Olli Pekka Itälä – 4|
|2012||3rd||7||24||7||7||10||30||39||28||Fifth Round||-||Henri Myntti – 11|
|2013||3rd||6||27||11||4||12||46||47||37||Third Round||-||Henri Myntti – 16|
|2014||3rd||6||27||9||7||11||28||35||34||Third Round||-||Henri Myntti – 8|
|2015||3rd||1||27||18||4||5||63||35||58||Sixth Round||-||Emmanuel Ihionu Bright – 14|
|2016||2nd||5||27||11||6||10||40||43||39||Sixth Round||-||Irakli Sirbiladze – 15|
|2017||2nd||3||27||12||9||6||42||26||45||Quarterfinal||-|| Washilly Tshibasu – 8 |
Irakli Sirbiladze – 8
|2018||2nd||2||27||16||4||7||44||26||52||Group stage||-||Kalle Multanen – 11|
|2019||1st||11||27||7||4||16||32||47||25||Semifinal||-||Ishmael Yartey – 6|
|2020||2nd||8||22||8||4||10||38||34||28||1/8 finals||-||Aleksi Tarvonen - 10|
|1970–71||European Cup||First Round||Celtic||0–9||0–5||0–14|
|1974–75||UEFA Cup||First Round||1. FC Köln||1–5||1–4||2–9|
Updated 4 January, 2021.Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
For a complete list of former Kokkolan Palloveikot players with Wikipedia articles, see Category:Kokkolan Palloveikot players.
As of 17 April 2019
As of 17 April 2019
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