Estonia/EP Jõhvi founded in 1974 as Estonia Jõhvi Kohtla-Järve changed in 1991 to FK Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi Lootus Kohtla-Järve/Alutaguse founded in 1998 as FC Lootus Kohtla-Järve changed in 2004 to FC Lootus Alutaguse JHK Keemik Kohtla-Järve founded in 1991 as JHK Keemik Kohtla-Järve FC Kuressaare founded in 1997 as FC Kuressaare Lelle SK founded in 1990 as FC Lelle JK Tervis Pärnu sold their license to FC Lelle (1996) changed in 1996 to Lelle SK Lelle SK sold their license to JK Tulevik Viljandi (1997) JK Vall Tallinn sold their license to Lelle SK (1997) EF Tallinn/FK Maardu founded as Eesti Fosforiit Tallinn changed in 1991 to FK Maardu, after moving to town of Maardu changed in 1992 to Olümpia Maardu Autobaas/Trans Narva founded in 1979 as Avtomobilist Narva changed in 1985 to Autobaas Narva changed in 1991 to JK Trans Narva changed in 1997 to FC Trans Narva Baltika Narva founded as Baltika Narva KK-MEK/PJK/Kalev/JK Pärnu founded as Kalakombinaat Pärnu merged with MEK to Kalakombinaat-MEK Pärnu (1985) changed in 1991 to JK Pärnu changed in 1993 to JK/Kalev Pärnu changed in 1994 to PJK/Kalev Pärnu changed in 1995 to JK Pärnu JK Tervis Pärnu founded in 1992 as KEK Pärnua changed in 1992 to JK Tervis Pärnu JK Tervis Pärnu sold their license to FC Lelle (1996) FC Levadia Pärnu founded in 2000 as FC Levadia Pärnu SK Kalev Sillamäe founded in 1951 as SK Kalev Sillamäe Dünamo Tallinn founded in 1940 as Dünamo Tallinn Dvigatel Tallinn founded as Dvigatel Tallinn FC Flora Tallinn founded as in 1990 FC Flora Tallinn FC Levadia Maardu/Tallinn founded as FC Levadia Maardu merged with JK Tallinna Sadam Tallinn to Levadia Maardu (1999) changed in 2004 to FC Levadia Tallinn FC Levadia Tallinn founded in 1999 as FC Maardu (second team when Levadia Maardu and JK Tallinna Sadam Tallinn merged to Levadia Maardu) changed in 2001 to FC Levadia Tallinn FC Levadia Tallinn sold their license to JK Merkuur Tartu (2004) FC Norma Tallinn founded in 1959 as FC Norma Tallinn TVMV/Nikol/Lantana Tallinn founded in 1951 as TVMK Tallinn changed in 1991 to TVMV Tallinn changed in 1992 to FC Nikol Tallinn changed in 1994 to FC Lantana-Marlekor Tallinn changed in 1995 to FC Lantana Tallinn changed in 1998 to TVMK Tallinn JK Tallinna Sadam Tallinn founded as JK Tallinna Sadam Tallinn merged with Levadia Maardu to Levadia Maardu (1999) Tempo Tallinn founded as Tempo Tallinn Vigri/Tevalte/TVMK Tallinn founded in 1980 as FC Vigri Tallinn changed to Vigri/Marat Tallinn changed in 1991 to FC Vigri Tallinn changed in 1993 to FC Tevalte Tallinn changed in 1995 to FC Tevalte/Marlekor Tallinn changed in 1996 to FC Marlekor Tallinn changed in 1997 to TVMK Tallinn JK Vall Tallinn founded in 1993 as JK Serveni Tallinn changed in 1993 to JK Vall Tallinn JK Vall Tallinn sold their license to Lelle SK (1997) Kalev/ESDAG/DAG Tartu founded in 1910 as Kalev Tartu changed in 1992 to Sportiselts ESDAG Tartu changed in 1994 to FC DAG Tartu JK Merkuur Tartu founded in 1987 as Leivakimbonaat Tartu changed in 1997 to JK Merkuur Tartu FC Levadia Tallinn sold their license to JK Merkuur Tartu (2004) FC Valga founded as FC Valga VJK/JK Tulevik Viljandi founded in 1990 as VFK Viljandi changed in 1991 to JK Viljandi changed in 1992 to JK Tulevik Viljandi Lelle SK sold their license to JK Tulevik Viljandi (1997) Note: FK = Futbolni Klub JK = Jalgpalliklubi FC = Football Club SK = Spordikombinaat JHK = Jalgpalli-ja Hokiklubi EP = Eesti Põlevkivi TVMV = Tallin Vineeri-ja Mõõblivabrik BLTSK = Balti Laevastik Tallinn SK Tallinn
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Author: Markus Schaal
Last updated: 13 Nov 2004
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