Finland - Divisional Movements 1930-2014

This document lists all clubs which have appeared in the "main series" (Pääsarjat) of the Finnish league pyramid. The divisions are designated as follows:

A = 1st level (Mestaruussarja 1930-1989, Veikkausliiga from 1990)
B = 2nd level (Division Two 1936-1972, Division One from 1973)
C = 3rd level (Division Two from 1973)

In Finland the clubs are usually known by abbreviations, which in most cases consist of one or two letters from the beginning of each word of the full name. Here the club names are given in the form [abbreviation] [hometown]. Where not apparent from the abbreviation, the full name is mentioned in parentheses.

For each club are listed the number of seasons and the periods spent in each division. If a club has changed name, all their records are listed under the current name (or under the best known name, if the club does not exist anymore). This does not apply to the name changes, in which the successor club can be considered a totally different organization from the predecessor club, e.g. in case of mergers.

Since the late 1980s, many clubs have added a foreign (FC, AC, SC, etc.) prefix or postfix to their official name. This kind of name changes are completely ignored here.

Some clubs, who changed name or were merged, have later been re-founded (typically they continued in the divisional place of the reserve team). The records of the new club are added to those of the original club.

The clubs are sorted first by hometown, then by abbreviation, using the Finnish/Swedish alphabetical order (Z is followed by Å, Ä and Ö).


Boda Dragsfjärd
C  1: 2002

EBK Espoo (Esbo Bollklubb)
C  3: 1989-91

EsPa Espoo (Etelä-Espoon Pallo)
C  2: 2012-13

FC Espoo
B  2: 2010-11
C 11: 1993, 2002-09, 2012, 2014

Honka Espoo
A  9: 2006-14
B 20: 1968-72, 1979-83, 1996-2005
C  9: 1973-74, 1978, 1984-87, 1995, 2015

LePa Espoo (Leppävaaran Pallo)
C  3: 1999-2001

Pallohonka Espoo
C  6: 2009-14

EuPa Eura (Euran Pallo)
C 11: 1991-2000, 2004

IF-FK Finström (Idrottsföreningen Finströmskamraterna)
B  5: 1965, 1968-71
C  6: 1975-77, 1984, 2007-08

FJK Forssa (Forssan Jalkapalloklubi)
C  4: 2002-04, 2008

HAIK Hanko (Hangö Arbetarnas Idrottsklubb)
B  5: 1948, 1967-68, 1971-72
C  5: 1973-77

HBK Hanko (Hangö Bollklubb)
B  3: 1937-39

HIK Hanko (Hangö Idrottsklubb)
A  1: 1962
B 19: 1939, 1948, 1955-61, 1963-66, 1996-2001
C 17: 1973-75, 1981-84, 1986-95

HauPa Haukipudas (Haukiputaan Pallo)
C  3: 2000, 2011-12

HP-47 Heinola (Heinolan Palloilijat-47)
C  1: 1976

Isku Heinola
B  1: 1939

Arsenal Helsinki
B  3: 1945, 1946/47, 1949

Atlantis Helsinki
- re-organized to Allianssi Vantaa in 2002
- later re-founded
A  1: 2001
B  9: 1998-2000, 2005-09
C 11: 1996-97, 2002-04, 2010-

FinnPa Helsinki (Finnairin Palloilijat)
- re-organized to Jokrut Helsinki in 2000
A  6: 1993-98
B 12: 1977, 1981-88, 1991-92, 1999
C  6: 1976, 1978-80, 1989-90

Gnistan Helsinki
B  6: 1995-98, 2001-02
C 17: 1990, 1994, 1999-2000, 2003-

HePa Helsinki (Hermannin Pallo)
B  3: 1970-72

Herttua Helsinki
- HerU Helsinki until 1966
- Herttua Helsinki since 1967
B  5: 1964-68

HerU Helsinki (Herttoniemen Urheilijat)
- see Herttua Helsinki

HIFK Helsinki (Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Helsingfors)
A 30: 1930-45, 1946/47-49, 1958-66, 1970-72, 2015
B 21: 1945/46, 1950-57, 1967-69, 1973-74, 1999-2002, 2011-12, 2014
C 19: 1975-78, 1988-98, 2008-10, 2013

HJK Helsinki (Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi)
A 77: 1931, 1933-45, 1946/47-49, 1953-62, 1964-
B  5: 1945/46, 1950-52, 1963

HPS Helsinki (Helsingin Palloseura)
A 26: 1930-40/41, 1945-49, 1956-64
B 18: 1943/44, 1950-55, 1965-70, 1972, 1974-76, 1983
C 12: 1973, 1977-82, 1984, 1988-89, 1997-98

HT Helsinki (Helsingin Toverit)
A  8: 1932, 1934-40/41
B  5: 1943/44-45, 1959-61

Hukat Helsinki
B  1: 1950

Hurjat Helsinki (Huopalahden Hurjat)
C  3: 1980-82

Jokerit Helsinki
- founded on the divisional place of PK-35 Helsinki in 1999
A  4: 1999-2001, 2003
B  1: 2002

Jokrut Helsinki
- founded on the divisional place of FinnPa Helsinki in 2000
B  2: 2000-01

Jyry Helsinki
B  1: 1948

KaPS Helsinki (Kallion Palloseura)
B 12: 1945-53, 1967, 1971

KIF Helsinki (Kronohagens Idrottsförening)
- see Kiffen Helsinki

Kiffen Helsinki
- KIF Helsinki until 1976
- Kiffen Helsinki since 1977
A 25: 1930-32, 1940/41-46/47, 1948-57, 1960-64, 1977-78
B 16: 1936-39, 1947/48, 1958-59, 1965, 1969-74, 1976, 1979
C 24: 1975, 1980-85, 1990, 1994-2004, 2009-12, 2015

Klubi-04 Helsinki
B  4: 2006-07, 2009-10
C  8: 2004-05, 2008, 2011-

KontU Helsinki (Kontulan Urheilijat)
B 10: 1986-91, 1993-96
C 12: 1984-85, 1992, 1997, 1999-2000, 2003-08

KontU-72 Helsinki
C  2: 1994-95

Kullervo Helsinki
A  2: 1948, 1950
B  6: 1943/44, 1949, 1951-54

KUV Helsinki (Käpylän Urheilu-Veikot)
B  8: 1956, 1963-69

KäPa Helsinki (Käpylän Pallo)
B  1: 2008
C 25: 1979, 1983-89, 1997-2007, 2009-11, 2013-

LPS Helsinki (Laajasalon Palloseura)
C 10: 2004-13

MPS Helsinki (Malmin Palloseura)
B  2: 1962-63
C 10: 1993-96, 1998-99, 2001, 2006-07, 2011

Myllypuro Helsinki
C  2: 2014-

PK-35 Helsinki (Pallokerho-35)
- see PK-35 Vantaa

POHU Helsinki (Pohjois-Haagan Urheilijat)
C  2: 1977, 2013

Ponnistajat Helsinki (Malmin Ponnistajat)
C  3: 2000-02

Ponnistus Helsinki
A  4: 1948, 1968, 1973, 1995
B 28: 1949-55, 1958-63, 1965-67, 1969-72, 1974-77, 1993-94, 1996-97
C 21: 1978-83, 1985-92, 1998-2002, 2005-06

PPojat Helsinki (Pallo-Pojat)
A  3: 1959-61
B 11: 1939, 1945, 1954-58, 1962-65
C  1: 1989

PuiU Helsinki (Puistolan Urheilijat)
C  1: 2007

Stjärnan Helsinki
A  1: 1930

Sudet Helsinki
- see Sudet Kouvola

Valtti Helsinki (Puotinkylän Valtti)
B  1: 1972
C  1: 1973

Vesa Helsinki (Töölön Vesa)
B  6: 1960-65

Viikingit Helsinki (Vuosaaren Viikingit)
A  1: 2007
B 12: 2002-06, 2008-14
C  3: 1996, 2001, 2015

Viikkarit Helsinki
C  1: 2014

Apollo Hyvinkää
C  5: 1980-81, 1985-87

HyPS Hyvinkää (Hyvinkään Palloseura)
B  4: 1949, 1951, 1954, 1965
C 19: 1975-77, 1987, 1995-2009

YVP Hyvinkää (Yhdistyneitten Villatehtaitten Palloilijat)
B  1: 1938

FC Hämeenlinna
- merger of HPK Hämeenlinna and PaKä Hämeenlinna
- K-Team Hämeenlinna from 1992 to 1996
- FC Hämeenlinna since 1997
A  3: 2002-04
B 14: 1995-98, 2000-01, 2005-12
C  4: 1994, 1999, 2013-14

HPK Hämeenlinna (Hämeenlinnan Pallokerho)
- merged with PaKä Hämeenlinna to FC Hämeenlinna in 1992
B 14: 1947/48, 1950, 1953, 1955-56, 1959-61, 1963-64, 1966-67, 1970-71
C  9: 1979-85, 1989-90

Härmä Hämeenlinna
C  2: 2012-13

K-Team Hämeenlinna (Kesko-Team)
- see FC Hämeenlinna

Täysosuma Hämeenlinna
C  1: 1999

IiPV Iisalmi (Iisalmen Pallo-Veikot)
C  2: 1994, 1997

PK-37 Iisalmi (Pallokerho-37)
B  8: 1964, 1971, 1986, 1989-93
C 29: 1973-79, 1983-85, 1987-88, 1994-2000, 2002-04, 2008-14

PaSa Imatra (Pallo-Salamat)
B  2: 1967, 1972
C  3: 1993-94, 1998

YVPS Imatra (Ylä-Vuoksen Palloseura)
B  4: 1938-40/41, 1946/47

Purha Inkeroinen
C  4: 1994-97

JiiPee Joensuu
- merged with Ratanat Joensuu to JIPPO Joensuu in 2002
C  5: 1993-94, 1999-2001

JIPPO Joensuu (Joensuun Iloiset Peli-Pojat)
- merger of JiiPee Joensuu and Ratanat Joensuu
B  9: 2006-14
C  5: 2002-05, 2015

JoPS Joensuu (Joensuun Palloseura)
B  6: 1938, 1952, 1958-59, 1964, 1968
C  1: 1973

Karpalo Joensuu
B  2: 1984-85
C  6: 1979-83, 1986

Ratanat Joensuu
- merged with JiiPee Joensuu to JIPPO Joensuu in 2002
C  1: 2001

Riverball Joensuu
C  2: 2010-11

JoKu Joutseno (Joutsenon Kullervo)
- see Kultsu Joutseno

Kultsu Joutseno
- JoKu Joutseno until 1992
- Kultsu Joutseno since 1993
B  9: 1990-96, 1998-99
C 16: 1978-89, 1997, 2009, 2014-

Pantterit Joutseno
C  2: 2003-04

JuPy Juankoski (Juankosken Pyrkivä)
C  2: 1978-79

JuPS Juuka (Juuan Palloseura)
C  1: 1996

Blackbird Jyväskylä
C  4: 2007-10

JJK Jyväskylä (Jyväskylän Jalkapalloklubi)
- merger of JyP-77 Jyväskylä and JyPK Jyväskylä
A  5: 2009-13
B  7: 1996-98, 2007-08, 2014-
C 10: 1994-95, 1999-2006

JU Jyväskylä (Jyväskylä United)
- founded on the divisional place of SäyRi Säynätsalo in 2004
C  1: 2004

JyP Jyväskylä (Jyväskylän Palloilijat)
- see JyP-77 Jyväskylä

JyP-77 Jyväskylä (Jyväskylän Palloilijat-77)
- JyP Jyväskylä until 1977
- JyP-77 Jyväskylä from 1978 to 1992
- merged with JyPK Jyväskylä to JJK Jyväskylä in 1993
B  5: 1939, 1945, 1970, 1981-82
C 15: 1976-80, 1983-92

JIlves Jämsänkoski (Jämsänkosken Ilves)
B  8: 1963-70
C 10: 1974-76, 1978, 1981-83, 1985, 1990, 2012

JäPS Järvenpää (Järvenpään Palloseura)
C  7: 1978, 2001, 2011-

KaaPo Kaarina (Kaarinan Pojat)
C 19: 1992-93, 1995-2010, 2015

AC Kajaani
B  1: 2013
C  3: 2012, 2014-

KajHa Kajaani (Kajaanin Haka)
B  9: 1968, 1970-71, 1985-86, 1993-94, 1998-99
C 21: 1975, 1979, 1981-84, 1987, 1990-92, 1995-97, 2000-05, 2007, 2010

KajPS Kajaani (Kajaanin Palloseura)
B  2: 1961, 1963

KajRe Kajaani (Kajaanin Reipas)
B  2: 1965-66

KaPa Kajaani (Kajaanin Palloilijat)
A  1: 1953
B 30: 1939, 1947/48-52, 1954-72, 1974-75, 1984, 1987
C 18: 1973, 1976-83, 1985-86, 1988-90, 1992-93, 1996, 2002

BK-46 Karjaa (Bollklubben-46)
B  4: 1957, 1961, 1968-69
C  6: 2010-

KaIK Kaskinen (Kaskö Idrottsklubb)
C 12: 1994-2005

Karhu Kauhajoki
C  2: 1995, 2002

GrIFK Kauniainen (Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Grankulla)
B 11: 1978-80, 1982-85, 1987-88, 1990, 2008
C 20: 1973-75, 1977, 1981, 1986, 1989, 1991-92, 1996, 2005-07, 2009-

FC-88 Kemi
C  1: 2001

Into Kemi
- merged with Tenho Kemi to KPT-85 Kemi in 1986
A  1: 1970
B  7: 1966-69, 1971-72, 1977
C  5: 1973-76, 1978

KePS Kemi (Kemin Palloseura)
- merged with KPT-85 Kemi to PS Kemi in 2000
A  6: 1984-89
B  9: 1982-83, 1990-96
C  8: 1977-81, 1997-99

KPT-85 Kemi (Kemin Pallo-Toverit-85)
- merger of Into Kemi and Tenho Kemi
- merged with KePS Kemi to PS Kemi in 2000
B  3: 1997-99
C  8: 1989-96

PS Kemi
- merger of KPT-85 Kemi and KePS Kemi
B  6: 2000, 2008-11, 2015
C 10: 2001-07, 2012-14

Tenho Kemi (Karihaaran Tenho)
- merged with Into Kemi to KPT-85 Kemi in 1986
B  8: 1959-62, 1967-70
C  1: 1983

Visa Kemi
- VisanP Kemi until 1997
- Visa Kemi since 1998
C  5: 1994-95, 1997-99

VisanP Kemi (Karihaaran Visan Pallo)
- see Visa Kemi

IPP Kemijärvi (Isokylän Pallo-Pojat)
C  6: 1981-83, 1985-86, 1994

KP-75 Kerava (Keravan Pallo-75)
- KP-75 Kerava until 1991 and from 1998 to 2005
- K-UP Kerava from 1992 to 1997
- re-organized to PKKU Kerava in 2006
C  8: 1984, 1986, 1993-98

K-UP Kerava (Keski-Uudenmaan Pallo)
- see KP-75 Kerava

PKKU Kerava (Pallokerho Keski-Uusimaa)
- founded on the divisional place of KP-75 Kerava in 2006
C  6: 2008-10, 2013-

KeuPa Keuruu (Keuruun Pallo)
C  1: 2001

FC Kirkkonummi
- see Salamat Kirkkonummi

Salamat Kirkkonummi
- FC Kirkkonummi until 2002
- Salamat Kirkkonummi since 2003
C  5: 1994-95, 2003-05

KiuPa Kiuruvesi (Kiuruveden Palloilijat)
C  1: 2001

GBK Kokkola (Gamlakarleby Bollklubb)
A  5: 1959, 1964-66, 1976
B 39: 1938-39, 1945-46/47, 1948-49, 1951-58, 1960-63, 1967-75, 1977-80, 1995-97,
      2002-04, 2007
C 21: 1981, 1984-85, 1990-91, 1993-94, 1998-2001, 2005-06, 2008-

Jymy Kokkola
B  1: 1956

Kipparit Kokkola
C  1: 2007

KPS Kokkola (Kokkolan Palloseura)
B 12: 1966-72, 1976-79, 1982
C 13: 1973-75, 1980-81, 1983-85, 1987-89, 1994, 1996

KPV Kokkola (Kokkolan Pallo-Veikot)
- KPV Kokkola until 1993 and since 2004
- PV Kokkola from 1994 to 1995
- KPV-J Kokkola from 1996 to 2003
A 19: 1967-80, 1982-85, 1990
B 37: 1939, 1947/48-52, 1954-57, 1960-66, 1981, 1986-89, 1991-95, 1998-99, 2005-11
C 11: 1996-97, 2000-04, 2012-

KPV-J Kokkola (Kokkolan Pallo-Veikkojen Juniorit)
- see KPV Kokkola

PV Kokkola
- see KPV Kokkola

Reima Kokkola (Ykspihlajan Reima)
B  1: 1972
C  1: 1975

Öja-73 Kokkola
C  2: 2002-03

LehPa Kontiolahti (Lehmon Pallo-77)
C  1: 2004

Jäntevä Kotka
A  4: 1947/48, 1952-54
B 16: 1946/47, 1948-51, 1955-57, 1961-62, 1964-66, 1968-70
C  5: 1975-77, 1980-81

Kiri Kotka
A  1: 1948
B  1: 1949

KooTeePee Kotka
A  6: 2003-08
B  6: 2002, 2009-13
C  1: 2001

KoPS Kotka (Kotkan Palloseura)
B  4: 1936-39

KoRe Kotka (Kotkan Reipas)
A  2: 1955, 1957
B  8: 1948-49, 1953-54, 1956, 1958-60

KTP Kotka (Kotkan Työväen Palloilijat)
A 26: 1948-58, 1963-69, 1979-83, 1999-2000, 2015
B 16: 1943/44, 1959-62, 1970-72, 1978, 1984, 1994-98, 2014
C 19: 1973-77, 1985-93, 2008-09, 2011-13

KyPa Kotka (Kymin Palloilijat)
- re-organized to PeKa Kotka in 1958
B  1: 1957

KyVä Kotka (Kyminlinnan Väkinäiset)
C  1: 1973

PeKa Kotka (Karhulan Peli-Karhut)
- founded on the divisional place of KyPa Kotka in 1958
B  4: 1958-60, 1971
C 13: 1973-81, 1989-92

FC Kouvola
C  1: 1999

KUP Kouvola (Kouvolan Urheilijain Palloilijat)
B  4: 1937-39, 1952

Sudet Kouvola
- Sudet Viipuri until 1944
- Sudet Helsinki from 1945 to 1961
- Sudet Kouvola since 1962
A 15: 1931-38, 1940/41-46/47, 1948, 1951
B 18: 1939, 1947/48, 1949-50, 1952-61, 1963-66
C 10: 1981, 1985-90, 2011, 2013, 2015

LappBK Kristiinankaupunki (Lappfjärds Bollklubb)
- merged with Unitas Kristiinankaupunki to Sporting Kristiinankaupunki in 1995
B  1: 1979
C  6: 1978, 1980-84

Sporting Kristiinankaupunki
- merger of LappBK Kristiinankaupunki and Unitas Kristiinankaupunki
C  7: 1996-99, 2012-14

HoBK Kruunupyy (Hovsala Bollklubb)
C  1: 1992

Elo Kuopio
- merged with Koparit Kuopio to FC Kuopio from 1992 to 2000
A  3: 1969-70, 1982
B 19: 1948, 1951, 1959-60, 1962, 1966-68, 1971-72, 1981, 1983-90
C  7: 1973-77, 1979-80

FC Kuopio
- merger of Koparit Kuopio and Elo Kuopio
- dissolved in 2001
C  2: 1994-95

Kings Kuopio
C 19: 1989, 1991-2008

Koparit Kuopio
- KPT Kuopio until 1981
- Koparit Kuopio since 1982
- merged with Elo Kuopio to FC Kuopio from 1992 to 2000
A 21: 1938-39, 1943/44-45/46, 1954, 1972-76, 1978-87
B 27: 1936-37, 1940/41, 1946/47-53, 1955-63, 1969-71, 1977, 1988-90
C  4: 1991, 1994-95, 2001

KP Kuopio (Kuopion Pallo)
- see KP-48 Kuopio

KP-48 Kuopio (Kuopion Pallo-48)
- KP-48 Kuopio until 1977
- KP Kuopio in 1978
C  2: 1977-78

KPT Kuopio (Kuopion Pallo-Toverit)
- see Koparit Kuopio

KuFu-98 Kuopio (Kuopion Futis-98)
C  2: 2003, 2014

KuPK Kuopio (Kuopion Pallokerho)
C  1: 1987

KuPS Kuopio (Kuopion Palloseura)
A 59: 1947/48, 1949-92, 1994, 2001-03, 2005-06, 2008-
B 17: 1936-40/41, 1945-46/47, 1948, 1993, 1995-97, 1999-2000, 2004, 2007
C  1: 1998

KuPS-Ak Kuopio (Kuopion Palloseuran Akatemia)
C  2: 2005-06

Zulimanit Kuopio
C  2: 1995, 2000

FC Kuusankoski
- merger of PaPe Kuusankoski and Kumu Kuusankoski
B  5: 1965, 1969-72
C  5: 1973-75, 1995-96

Kumu Kuusankoski
- Kumu Kuusankoski until 1974 and since 1989
- KumuP Kuusankoski from 1975 to 1988
- merged with PaPe Kuusankoski to FC Kuusankoski in 1997
A  1: 1990
B  3: 1989, 1991-92
C  7: 1974-76, 1984, 1986-88

KumuP Kuusankoski (Kumu-Peikot)
- see Kumu Kuusankoski

PaPe Kuusankoski (Voikkaan Pallo-Peikot)
- merged with Kumu Kuusankoski to FC Kuusankoski in 1997
B  4: 2001-04
C 10: 1997-2000, 2005-10

Puhti Kuusankoski
B  6: 1959-64

Akatemia Lahti
- founded on the divisional place of Kuusysi Lahti in 2013
C  3: 2013-

CityStars Lahti
C  3: 2007-08, 2010

FC Lahti
- merger of Kuusysi Lahti and Reipas Lahti
A 16: 1999-2010, 2012-
B  3: 1997-98, 2011

Kuusysi Lahti
- founded on the divisional place of UponP Lahti in 1969
- L-69 Lahti from 1969 to 1973
- Kuusysi Lahti from 1974 to 1996
- merged with Reipas Lahti to FC Lahti in 1997
- later re-founded
- re-organized to Akatemia Lahti in 2013
A 20: 1969-74, 1982-95
B  8: 1975-81, 1996
C  2: 2011-12

L-69 Lahti (Lahti-69)
- see Kuusysi Lahti

LaPS Lahti (Lahden Palloseura)
B  5: 1967-70, 1975
C  8: 1973-74, 1976-78, 1980-82

LPM Lahti (Lahden Pallo-Miehet)
- re-organized to UponP Lahti in 1964
B  7: 1939, 1958-63

LTP Lahti (Lahden Työväen Palloilijat)
- see TP Lahti

Pallo-L Lahti (Pallo-Lahti)
- founded on the divisional place of Reipas Lahti in 1997
C  4: 1997-99, 2001

Reipas Lahti
- Reipas Viipuri until 1944
- Reipas Lahti from 1945 to 1996
- merged with Kuusysi Lahti to FC Lahti in 1997
A 27: 1939, 1961-80, 1983, 1987-91
B 14: 1936-38, 1950, 1960, 1981-82, 1984-86, 1992, 1994-96
C  1: 1993

Sampo Lahti
C  2: 1979, 1982

Seiskat Lahti
C  5: 1982-86

TP Lahti
- LTP Lahti until 1998
- TP Lahti since 1999
C 11: 1992-97, 1999-2003

UponP Lahti (Upon Pallo)
- founded on the divisional place of LPM Lahti in 1964
- re-organized to L-69 Lahti in 1969
A  3: 1965, 1967-68
B  2: 1964, 1966

FC Lappeenranta
- see Rakuunat Lappeenranta

LaPa Lappeenranta (Lappeenrannan Pallo)
- merged with LauTP Lappeenranta to FC Lappeenranta in 1992
B 10: 1958, 1961, 1965-72
C 17: 1973-85, 1988-91

LauTP Lappeenranta (Lauritsalan Työväen Palloilijat)
- merged with LaPa Lappeenranta to FC Lappeenranta in 1992
B  3: 1985-87
C  4: 1984, 1988-90

LrPT Lappeenranta (Lappeenrannan Pallo-Toverit)
B  1: 1956

PEPO Lappeenranta (Uus-Lavolan Peli-Pojat)
C  3: 1996, 2001, 2010

Rakuunat Lappeenranta
- merger of LaPa Lappeenranta and LauTP Lappeenranta
- FC Lappeenranta from 1992 to 1993
- Rakuunat Lappeenranta since 1994
B  9: 1995-96, 2000-06
C  8: 1992-94, 1997-99, 2007-08

Virkiä Lapua
B  1: 1964
C 14: 1981-88, 1997, 2000, 2004-06, 2009

FC Laukaa
- see Pallohait Laukaa

Pallohait Laukaa (Kanavan Pallohait)
- FC Laukaa until 1998
- Pallohait Laukaa since 1999
C  2: 1995, 2002

ViPa Laukaa (Vihtavuoren Pamaus)
C  1: 2011

Loiske Lempäälä (Sääksjärven Loiske)
C  1: 1979

LoPa Lohja (Lohjan Pallo)
C 10: 1992-94, 2000, 2007-12

FC Loviisa
- merger of Tor Loviisa and LoRi Loviisa
C  1: 1994

Tor Loviisa
- merged with LoRi Loviisa to FC Loviisa in 1993
B  2: 1939, 1966
C  5: 1974, 1976-79

LBK Luoto (Larsmo Bollklubb)
C  1: 1980

MaIF Maalahti (Malax Idrottsförening)
C  1: 1999

IFK Mariehamn (Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Mariehamn)
A 11: 2005-
B  4: 1972, 1977-78, 2004
C 21: 1976, 1979-83, 1985-86, 1989-90, 1993-2003

MaPS Masku (Maskun Palloseura)
C  9: 1999, 2003-07, 2013-

FC Mikkeli
- merger of MP Mikkeli and MiKi Mikkeli
- dissolved in 2002
B  3: 1999-2001

MiKi Mikkeli (Mikkelin Kissat)
- merged with MP Mikkeli to FC Mikkeli from 1999 to 2001
C 11: 1987-88, 1994-98, 2002, 2004-05, 2007

MiPa Mikkeli (Mikkelin Pallo)
- founded on the divisional place of MiKi Mikkeli in 1999
C  2: 1999-2000

MiPK Mikkeli (Mikkelin Pallo-Kissat)
A 11: 1962-64, 1971, 1974-79, 1981
B 13: 1959-61, 1965-70, 1972-73, 1980, 1982
C  1: 1983

MP Mikkeli (Mikkelin Palloilijat)
- merged with MiKi Mikkeli to FC Mikkeli from 1999 to 2001
A 25: 1966-77, 1981, 1984, 1986-96
B 20: 1939, 1960-65, 1978-80, 1982-83, 1985, 1997-98, 2004-06, 2010, 2015
C  9: 2002-03, 2007-09, 2011-14

PU-62 Mikkeli (Porrassalmen Urheilijat-62)
C  6: 1979-80, 1990-93

SavU Mikkeli (Savilahden Urheilijat)
C  3: 1973-74, 2002

Hoppet Mustasaari
- re-organized to Korsholm Mustasaari in 1998
C  1: 1997

Korsholm Mustasaari
- founded on the divisional place of Hoppet Mustasaari in 1998
B  2: 2002-03
C  8: 1998-2001, 2004-06, 2010

MyPa Myllykoski (Myllykosken Pallo-47)
A 24: 1975, 1992-2014
B 18: 1970-74, 1976-81, 1985-91
C  3: 1982-84

MyPa-86 Myllykoski
C  2: 1992-93

VG-62 Naantali
- re-organized to Sinimustat Turku in 2008
B  4: 2002-05
C  8: 1979, 1997-2001, 2006-07

NP-H Nilsiä (Nilsiän Pallo-Haukat)
C  7: 1980, 1993, 1995-99

Pyry Nokia
B  3: 1998-2000
C 10: 1981-86, 1994-97

Nateva Nurmijärvi
- re-organized to NJS Nurmijärvi in 2005
C  1: 2001

NJS Nurmijärvi (Nurmijärven Jalkapalloseura)
- founded on the divisional place of Nateva Nurmijärvi in 2005
C  1: 2015

Kraft Närpiö
B  7: 1997, 1999-2004
C 31: 1976-84, 1986-96, 1998, 2005-09, 2011-

1991 Oulu
- founded on the divisional place of OLS Oulu in 1992
B  2: 1992, 1994
C  1: 1993

AC Oulu
- founded on the divisional place of Tervarit Oulu in 2003
A  2: 2007, 2010
B 11: 2003-06, 2008-09, 2011-

Dreeverit Oulu
C  1: 2005

FC Oulu
- merger OTP Oulu and OLS Oulu
- dissolved in 1995
A  2: 1992, 1994
B  1: 1993

Kärpät Oulu
B  1: 1962

OLS Oulu (Oulun Luistinseura)
- OLS-V Oulu until 1974
- OLS Oulu since 1975
- merged with OTP Oulu to FC Oulu from 1992 to 1994
B  4: 1978, 1991, 2003, 2005
C 20: 1973-77, 1979-80, 1988-90, 1999-2002, 2004, 2006-09, 2014

OLS-V Oulu (Oulun Luistinseuran Veikot)
- see OLS Oulu

OPA Oulu (Oulun Pallo)
C  3: 2008-10

OPP Oulu (Oulun Pallo-Pojat)
C  1: 1996

OPS Oulu (Oulun Palloseura)
A  8: 1976-83
B 19: 1939, 1964-75, 1984, 1996, 2010-13
C 15: 1985-87, 1990, 1993-95, 1997-98, 2006-09, 2014-

ORPa Oulu (Oulun Rotuaarin Pallo)
C  1: 2013

OTarmo Oulu (Oulun Tarmo)
B  1: 1968

OTP Oulu (Oulun Työväen Palloilijat)
- merged with OLS Oulu to FC Oulu from 1992 to 1994
A 14: 1966, 1971, 1973-75, 1977-78, 1980, 1985-86, 1988-91
B 22: 1955, 1957-65, 1967-70, 1972, 1976, 1979, 1981-84, 1987
C  2: 1996-97

OuJK Oulu (Oulun Jalkapalloklubi)
C  1: 1995

PatV Oulu (Pateniemen Vesa)
C  3: 1980-82

Tervarit Oulu
- re-organized to AC Oulu in 2003
- later re-founded
B  3: 2000-02
C  6: 1998-99, 2003-05, 2013

PIF Parainen (Pargas Idrottsförening)
B  3: 1939, 1948, 1994
C 12: 1990-93, 1995, 2000-06

SaPa Pieksämäki (Savon Pallo)
C  3: 1976, 1986, 1988

Drott Pietarsaari
- re-organized to Jaro Pietarsaari in 1966
A  4: 1936, 1945-45/46, 1960
B 15: 1937-43/44, 1946/47, 1953-59, 1961, 1965

Jaro Pietarsaari
- founded on the divisional place of Drott Pietarsaari in 1966
A 23: 1989, 1991-98, 2002-
B 18: 1967-69, 1971-73, 1980-86, 1988, 1990, 1999-2001
C  7: 1974-79, 1987

JBK Pietarsaari (Jakobstads Bollklubb)
B 16: 1948, 1950, 1952-65
C 22: 1973-75, 1977-78, 1996-97, 1999-2011, 2014-

PsInto Pietarsaari (Pietarsaaren Into)
B  2: 1948, 1958
C  1: 1974

PJK Pirkkala (Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi)
C  1: 2009

Jazz Pori
- PPT Pori until 1991
- Jazz Pori from 1992 to 2004 and since 2010
- Jazz-J Pori from 2005 to 2009
A 19: 1984-88, 1991-2004
B 13: 1948, 1966-72, 1983, 1989-90, 2014-
C  9: 1973-74, 1976, 1982, 2009-13

Jazz-J Pori (Jazz-Juniorit)
- see Jazz Pori

Karhut Pori
- merged with RU-38 Pori to form Ässät Pori in 1968
B  7: 1960-62, 1965-68

MuSa Pori (Musan Salama)
B  5: 1972, 1976, 1999-2001
C 21: 1973-75, 1977-78, 1984, 1987-89, 1995, 1997-98, 2002-05, 2007, 2010-11, 2013,
      2015

PiTU Pori (Pihlavan Työväen Urheilijat)
B  2: 1968-69

PKärpät Pori (Porin Kärpät)
B  1: 1939

PoPa Pori (Porin Palloilijat)
B 14: 1937-39, 1945-51, 2009-11
C  7: 1989, 2002-03, 2005-08

PoPS Pori (Porin Palloseura)
B  3: 1971-73

PPT Pori (Porin Pallo-Toverit)
- see Jazz Pori

RU-38 Pori (Rosenlewin Urheilijat-38)
- merged with Karhut Pori to form Ässät Pori in 1968
A  2: 1959-60
B 16: 1948-54, 1957-58, 1961-67

Ässät Pori
- merger of RU-38 Pori and Karhut Pori
A  2: 1968-69
B  2: 1970-71
C  8: 1973-78, 1980-81

Akilles Porvoo
B 12: 1936-40/41, 1945, 1947/48, 1962, 1966-69
C  1: 1973

Futura Porvoo
C  9: 2002-03, 2009-

KU Porvoo (Kerkkoon Urheilijat)
C  1: 2000

PoW Porvoo (Porvoon Weikot)
B  1: 1948

RaiPS Raisio (Raision Palloseura)
C  1: 1985

FC Rauma
C  4: 2001-04

Hakrit Rauma
- see P-Iirot Rauma

Iirot Rauma
- merged with Lukko Rauma to Hakrit Rauma in 1969
B 10: 1938-39, 1945, 1956-57, 1962-66

Lukko Rauma
- merged with Iirot Rauma to Hakrit Rauma in 1969
B  2: 1961-62

P-Iirot Rauma (Pallo-Iirot)
- merger of Iirot Rauma and Lukko Rauma
- Hakrit Rauma from 1969 to 1981
- P-Iirot Rauma since 1982
B 14: 1984-85, 1991, 1993-2001, 2004-05
C 20: 1978-80, 1983, 1986-87, 1990, 1992, 2002-03, 2006-

RPallo Rauma (Rauman Pallo)
B 16: 1952-55, 1959-64, 1969-73, 1980
C 12: 1974-79, 1981-82, 1988-91

RTU Rauma (Rauman Työväen Urheilijat)
A  1: 1948
B  1: 1949

RiPS Riihimäki (Riihimäen Palloseura)
B  6: 1969-72, 1999-2000
C 13: 1973, 1975-76, 1982-87, 1992-94, 1998

Kanuunat Rovaniemi
C  3: 1996-98

Lynx Rovaniemi
C  2: 2006-07

RioGrande Rovaniemi
C  1: 2004

RoLa Rovaniemi (Rovaniemen Lappi)
- merged with RoRe Rovaniemi to SantaClaus Rovaniemi in 1993
C  3: 1987-88, 1992

Ropa Rovaniemi
C  1: 1986

RoPS Rovaniemi (Rovaniemen Palloseura)
A 28: 1981, 1983-2001, 2004-05, 2008-09, 2011, 2013-
B 15: 1960, 1963-64, 1969, 1971-72, 1979-80, 1982, 2002-03, 2006-07, 2010, 2012
C  5: 1974-78

RoRe Rovaniemi (Rovaniemen Reipas)
- merged with RoLa Rovaniemi to SantaClaus Rovaniemi in 1993
C 12: 1978-81, 1984-89, 1991-92

SantaClaus Rovaniemi
- merger of RoRe Rovaniemi and RoLa Rovaniemi
C 13: 1993-2000, 2009-12, 2015

SalPa Salo (Salon Palloilijat)
B  2: 1960, 2001
C 30: 1978-79, 1982-90, 1996-2000, 2002-

Vilpas Salo
C  4: 1974-76, 2001

Estura Savonlinna
- see FC Savonlinna

FC Savonlinna
- STPS Savonlinna until 1978 and from 1981 to 1991
- Estura Savonlinna from 1979 to 1980
- FC Savonlinna since 1992
C  9: 1974-75, 1977-80, 1991, 1994-95

SaPKo Savonlinna (Savonlinnan Pallokerho)
B  2: 1949, 1970

STPS Savonlinna (Savonlinnan Työväen Palloseura)
- see FC Savonlinna

Kerho-07 Seinäjoki
C  3: 2013-

SePS Seinäjoki (Seinäjoen Palloseura)
- see Sepsi-78 Seinäjoki

Sepsi-78 Seinäjoki
- SePS Seinäjoki until 1977
- Sepsi-78 Seinäjoki from 1978 to 2007
- merged with TP Seinäjoki to SJK Seinäjoki in 2008
A  3: 1980-82
B 18: 1945, 1946/47-47/48, 1962-67, 1972-79, 1983
C 16: 1984-87, 1991-92, 1994-98, 2001-02, 2005-07

Sisu Seinäjoki
B  8: 1961-66, 1968-69
C  6: 1973, 1977-81

SJK Seinäjoki (Seinäjoen Jalkapallokerho)
- merger of Sepsi-78 Seinäjoki and TP Seinäjoki
A  2: 2014-
B  2: 2012-13
C  4: 2008-11

TP Seinäjoki
- merged with Sepsi-78 Seinäjoki to SJK Seinäjoki in 2008
A  1: 1997
B 10: 1990-93, 1996, 1998-2002
C 10: 1987-89, 1994-95, 2003-07

TP-55 Seinäjoki (Törnävän Pallo-55)
- see TP Seinäjoki

ToU Siilinjärvi (Toivalan Urheilijat)
C  2: 1983, 1985

SiU Simpele (Simpeleen Urheilijat)
B  2: 1938-39
C  1: 1996

SoVo Somero (Someron Voima)
C  5: 2005-07, 2010, 2014

SoPS Sortavala (Sortavalan Palloseura)
B  2: 1938-39

SP Sortavala (Sortavalan Palloilijat)
B  3: 1936, 1938-39

Urho Suolahti
B  1: 1967

SuPa Suonenjoki (Suonenjoen Pallo-52)
C  2: 1983-84

SäyRi Säynätsalo (Säynätsalon Riento)
- re-organized to JU Jyväskylä in 2004
C  4: 2000-03

EIF Tammisaari (Ekenäs Idrottsförening)
A  1: 1933
B  9: 1938-39, 1946/47-51, 2015
C 29: 1975-76, 1981-88, 1991-92, 1994-98, 2002-10, 2012-14

ESC Tammisaari (Ekenäs Sportclub)
C  1: 2015

FC Tampere
C  2: 1991, 1994

IKissat Tampere (Ilves-Kissat)
- Ilves Viipuri until 1944
- IKissat Tampere from 1945 to 1974
- merged with TaPa Tampere to Ilves Tampere in 1975
- later re-founded
A 15: 1949-51, 1956-58, 1964-67, 1969-71, 1973-74
B 16: 1938-39, 1945, 1946/47-48, 1952, 1954-55, 1959-63, 1968, 1972
C  3: 2011, 2014-

Ilves Tampere
- merger of IKissat Tampere and TaPa Tampere
- re-organized to TamU Tampere in 1999
- later re-founded
A 19: 1979-96, 2015
B  8: 1975-78, 1997-98, 2013-14
C  6: 2001, 2008-12

IlvesP Tampere (Ilves-Pallo)
- founded on the divisional place of TaPa Tampere in 1975
C  2: 1975, 1982

KalPo Tampere (Kalevan Pallo-Pojat)
B  4: 1961-64

KooVee Tampere
C  1: 2007

MesTo Tampere (Messukylän Toverit)
B  1: 1963

Pallo-V Tampere (Pallo-Veikot)
C  1: 2001

PP-70 Tampere (Peli-Pojat-70)
B  7: 1995, 2002-07
C 13: 1986-88, 1993-94, 1996-2001, 2008-09

TamU Tampere (Tampere United)
- founded on the divisional place of Ilves Tampere in 1999
A 11: 2000-10
B  1: 1999

TaPa Tampere (Tampereen Palloilijat)
- merged with IKissat Tampere to Ilves Tampere in 1975
A  6: 1961-63, 1965, 1972-73
B 15: 1936-40/41, 1945, 1960, 1964, 1966-71, 1974

TBK Tampere (Tammerfors Bollklubb)
C  1: 1996

TKT Tampere (Tampereen Kisa-Toverit)
A  1: 1960
B 18: 1948-49, 1951-59, 1961-66, 1968
C 12: 1973-74, 1992, 1995-2000, 2004-06

TKV Tampere (Tampereen Kisa-Veikot)
B  1: 1939

TPV Tampere (Tampereen Pallo-Veikot)
A  5: (1943/44), 1971, 1993-95, 1999
B 26: 1948, 1958-61, 1964-70, 1972, 1986-88, 1992, 1996-98, 2000-01, 2007-10
C 24: 1973-80, 1983-85, 1989-91, 2002-06, 2011-

TUS Teerijärvi (Terjärv Ungdoms Sportklubb)
C  6: 2002-06, 2008

ToiP-49 Toijala (Toijalan Pallo-49)
C  9: 1986-91, 1993, 1996-97

ToPV Tornio (Tornion Pallo-Veikot)
C  1: 1982

TP-47 Tornio (Tornion Pallo-47)
A  2: 2004-05
B 14: 1958-59, 1961, 1965-68, 2001-03, 2006-09
C 13: 1973-74, 1976-77, 1994, 1999-2000, 2010-

Allianssi Turku (Kupittaan Allianssi)
C  2: 1996-97

Heitto Turku (Hirvensalon Heitto)
C  6: 1977-81, 1983

Inter Turku
A 19: 1996-97, 1999-
B  3: 1994-95, 1998
C  1: 1993

MKV Turku (Maarian Kisa-Veikot)
- see TuKV Turku

Pyrkivä Turku
A  7: 1952-56, 1978-79
B 17: 1948-51, 1957-58, 1966-71, 1975-77, 1980-81
C  1: 1974

Sinimustat Turku
- founded on the divisional place of VG-62 Naantali in 2008
C  3: 2008-10

Teräs Turku
B  4: 1948, 1953, 1962-63
C  1: 1994

TPK Turku (Turun Pallokerho)
A  2: 1951-52
B 10: 1945, 1946/47-50, 1953-54, 1963, 1970
C  4: 1998, 2000-02

TPS Turku (Turun Palloseura)
A 74: 1930-34, 1936-52, 1957-63, 1966-2000, 2003-14
B  9: 1953-56, 1964-65, 2001-02, 2015

TR Turku (Turun Riento)
B  2: 1936, 1939

TuKT Turku (Turun Kisa-Toverit)
B  1: 1948

TuKV Turku (Turun Kisa-Veikot)
- MKV Turku until 1944
- TuKV Turku since 1945
A  1: (1943/44), 1948
B  4: 1949, 1959-60, 1967

TuPa Turku (Turun Pallo)
B  1: 1989
C 10: 1973, 1981-83, 1987-88, 1990-93

TuTo Turku (Turun Toverit)
A  5: 1948-49, 1954-55, 1961
B 24: 1950-53, 1956-60, 1962-72, 1974-75, 1988-89
C 15: 1973, 1976-80, 1983-87, 1990-92, 2011

TuWe Turku (Turun Weikot)
A  3: 1948-50
B  7: 1951-53, 1958-59, 1964, 1969
C  7: 1973-77, 1994-95

UL Turku (Urheiluliitto)
A  2: 1934, 1937
B  3: 1936, 1938-39

ÅIFK Turku (Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Åbo)
A  9: 1930, 1932-35, 1963-65, 1967
B 12: 1936, 1938-39, 1943/44-45, 1961-62, 1966, 1968-70, 2000
C 18: 1986, 1988-89, 1991, 1994-96, 1998-99, 2001, 2008-

NIK Uusikaarlepyy (Nykarleby Idrottsklubb)
C  7: 1989-91, 1995, 1998-2000

FC Vaajakoski
C  7: 2003, 2005-06, 2009-11, 2015

VaPa Vaajakoski (Vaajakosken Pallo)
B  1: 1962
C  1: 1999

ABK-48 Vaasa (Arbitrage Bollklubb-48)
- merged with VIFK Vaasa to BK-IFK Vaasa from 1989 to 2001
C  4: 1985-88

BK-IFK Vaasa (Bollklubben Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Vasa)
- merger of VIFK Vaasa and ABK-48 Vaasa
- dissolved in 2002
B  1: 1994
C 11: 1989-93, 1995-2000

Kiisto Vaasa
B  1: 2009
C 13: 2000-08, 2010-12, 2015

Sport Vaasa
B  6: 1949, 1970-72, 1975-76
C  3: 1973-74, 1977

VIFK Vaasa (Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Vasa)
- merged with ABK-48 Vaasa to BK-IFK Vaasa from 1989 to 2001
A 21: 1935, 1937, 1943/44-56, 1958-61, 1963
B 18: 1936, 1938-40/41, 1957, 1962, 1964-65, 1969-72, 1980-81, 2006-08, 2015
C 14: 1973, 1979, 1982, 1988, 2002-05, 2009-14

VPS Vaasa (Vaasan Palloseura)
A 52: 1930-33, 1935-36, 1938-53, 1955-58, 1962, 1965-68, 1971-72, 1975-77,
      1995-2002, 2006-
B 18: 1937, 1954, 1959-61, 1963-64, 1969-70, 1973-74, 1978, 1992-94, 2003-05
C 12: 1979-80, 1982-91

VPS-J Vaasa (Vaasan Palloseuran Juniorit)
C  1: 2008

VPV Vaasa (Vaasan Pallo-Veikot)
A  1: 1945
B  9: 1939, 1943/44, 1945/46-48, 1959-60, 1963

Haka Valkeakoski
A 62: 1945, 1950-72, 1974-96, 1998-2012
B 14: 1938-43/44, 1945/46-49, 1973, 1997, 2013-

PS-44 Valkeakoski (Pallo-Sepot-44)
B  4: 1967-70
C 10: 1973, 1975, 1977-78, 1988, 2000-03, 2006

VaKP Valkeakoski (Valkeakosken Koskenpojat)
B 14: 1948, 1962, 1964-72, 1987-89
C 12: 1974, 1984-86, 1990-96, 1998

VKajo Valkeala (Valkealan Kajo)
C  1: 2005

AC Vantaa
- merger of TiPS Vantaa and VJS Vantaa
B  2: 1999, 2001
C  4: 2000, 2002-03, 2010

Allianssi Vantaa
- founded on the divisional place of Atlantis Helsinki in 2002
A  4: 2002-05

PK-35 Vantaa
- ViPK Viipuri until 1944
- PK-35 Helsinki from 1945 to 1998
- re-organized to Jokerit Helsinki in 1999
- later re-founded
- PK-35 Vantaa since 2009
A  1: 1998
B 13: 1939, 1997, 2005-
C  5: 1995-96, 2002-04

TiPS Vantaa (Tikkurilan Palloseura)
- merged with VJS Vantaa to AC Vantaa in 1999
- later re-founded
B  2: 1996-97
C 12: 1980-85, 1991-92, 1995, 1998, 2004, 2011

VanPa Vantaa (Vantaan Pallo-70)
B  4: 1988-90, 1992
C  3: 1987, 1991, 1993

VJS Vantaa (Vantaan Jalkapalloseura)
- merged with TiPS Vantaa to AC Vantaa in 1999
C  5: 1997-2000, 2012

VarTP Varkaus (Varkauden Työväen Palloilijat)
- merged with WP-35 Varkaus to WJK Varkaus in 2001
B  3: 1948, 1997-98
C  7: 1992-96, 1999-2000

WJK Varkaus (Warkauden Jalkapalloklubi)
- merger of WP-35 Varkaus and VarTP Varkaus
C 11: 2001-11

WP-35 Varkaus (Warkauden Pallo-35)
- merged with VarTP Varkaus to WJK Varkaus in 2001
B 11: 1938-39, 1945, 1946/47-47/48, 1955, 1960-63, 1966
C  4: 1975-76, 1998, 2000

Ilves Viipuri
- see IKissat Tampere

Reipas Viipuri
- see Reipas Lahti

Sudet Viipuri
- see Sudet Kouvola

ViPK Viipuri (Viipurin Pallokerho)
- see PK-35 Vantaa

ViPS Viipuri (Viipurin Palloseura)
A  2: 1930-31
B  4: 1936-39

NFF Vöyri (Norrvalla Fotbollförening)
C  3: 2007-09

YPA Ylivieska (Ylivieskan Pallo)
C 14: 2001, 2003-

Huima Äänekoski
B  6: 1971, 1983-87
C 10: 1982, 1988, 1997-2000, 2004-06, 2008


Note: TPV Tampere and MKV Turku started the season 1943/44 at the first
level, but they withdrew when one round was remaining. That season is
listed in their records, but not included in the total number of their
first level appearances.


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