1991 Estonian SSR Football Championship

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Estonian SSR Higher League
Season 1991
Champions TVMK
2nd Title
Top goalscorer Andrei Krõlov (21)
Vigri
1990

The 1991 Estonian SSR Football Championship was the last domestic top competition before the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union in August 1991. Thirteen teams competed in this edition, with FC TVMK Tallinn winning the title. Although the league ended when Estonia was an independent state, Estonian Football Association decided not to count it as an official Estonian championship season.[1]

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 TVMK (C) 24 18 3 3 73 17 +56 39
2 Norma 24 17 3 4 73 16 +57 37
3 Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi 24 16 5 3 63 24 +39 37
4 Eesti Fosforiit 24 17 3 4 77 25 +52 37
5 Vigri/Marat 24 14 3 7 63 41 +22 31
6 Kalakombinaat/MEK 24 10 7 7 30 28 +2 27
7 Kohtla-Järve Keemik 24 7 6 11 41 51 −10 20
8 Narva Autobaas 24 7 6 11 26 49 −23 20
9 Viljandi 24 8 2 14 30 45 −15 18
10 Narva Baltika 24 4 7 13 24 64 −40 15
11 Tempo 24 4 6 14 27 70 −43 14
12 Sillamäe Kalev 24 4 4 16 37 73 −36 12
13 Dvigatel 24 2 1 21 16 77 −61 5

See also[edit]

References[edit]

"Estonia 1991". RSSSF. 
  1. ^ Luik, Margus, Estonian Football 100 years, ML Agency, p. 56, ISBN 978-9949-18-257-2