League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1KuPS2211743923+16402,234Lucas Rangel Nunes Gonçalves - 7Otso Virtanen
2Inter Turku2213363925+14423,212Filip Valenčič - 15Henrik Moisander
3FC Honka2210483127+4341,979Borjas Martín - 12Tim Murray
4Helsinki IFK226882529-4262,577Tiquinho - 7Arnold Origi
5Lahti227782129-8282,469Gaël Etock - 5Patrick Rakovsky
6VPS2229112235-13152,094Alain Ebwelle - 5Martin Kompalla
7SJK227781723-6283,063Denys Oliynyk - 8Mihkel Aksalu
8Ilves2211742918+11404,450Lauri Ala-Myllymäki - 12Mika Hilander
9IFK Mariehamn229492923+6311,192Keaton Isaksson, Aristote M'Boma - 6Oskari Forsman
10HJK Helsinki2281042822+634Riku Riski - 7Maksim Rudakov
11RoPS2266101925-6241,640Youness Rahimi - 4Antonio Reguero
12KPV2244141939-20161,844Hendrik Helmke, Simo Roiha... - 4Teppo Marttinen

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Inter Turku2213363925+1442
2KuPS2211743923+1640
3Ilves2211742918+1140
4HJK Helsinki2281042822+634
5FC Honka2210483127+434
6IFK Mariehamn229492923+631
7SJK227781723-628
8Lahti227782129-828
9Helsinki IFK226882529-426
10RoPS2266101925-624
11KPV2244141939-2016
12VPS2229112235-1315

Championship Series

Championship Series Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1FC Honka000000034Began with 34 points
2Inter Turku000000042Began with 42 points
3KuPS000000040Began with 40 points
4HJK Helsinki000000034Began with 34 points
5IFK Mariehamn000000031Began with 31 points
6Ilves000000040Began with 40 points

Challenger Series

Challenger Series Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Lahti000000028Began with 28 points
2Helsinki IFK000000026Began with 26 points
3SJK000000028Began with 28 points
4VPS000000015Began with 15 points
5KPV000000016Began with 16 points
6RoPS000000024Began with 24 points

Leaders

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