2005 Esiliiga

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Esiliiga
Season 2005
2004
2006

JK Pärnu Vaprus gained automatic promotion to the Meistriliiga. FC Ajax Lasnamäe also went up after winning the promotion/relegation play-off against FC Kuressaare.

The league's top-scorer was FC Ajax Lasnamäe youngster Nikita Andreev with 29 goals.

Final table of Esiliiga season 2005[edit]

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
Comments
1 Vaprus Pärnu (C) (P)
36
26
6
4
94
39
84
Promoted
2 Levadia II Tallinn
36
26
4
6
104
31
82
Ineligible for Promotion
3 Ajax Lasnamäe (P)
36
23
8
5
111
30
77
Promotion/Relegation Playoff
4 Kalev Tallinn
36
18
9
9
85
71
63
5 Tervis Pärnu
36
14
8
14
73
53
50
6 TVMK II Tallinn
36
12
5
19
51
80
41
7 FC Elva
36
10
6
20
42
71
36
8 Lelle SK (R)
36
11
1
24
49
100
34
Promotion/Relegation Playoff
9 Tallinna Jalgpalliklubi (R)
36
9
4
23
38
100
30
Relegated
10 Merkuur-Juunior Tartu (R)
36
3
5
28
27
97
14
Relegated

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; Pts = Points
C = Champions; P = Promoted; R = Relegated
Source: http://www.rsssf.com/tablese/est05.html

Promotion/Relegation playoff[edit]

13 November 2005
Lasnamäe Ajax 1 – 0 Kuressaare
Rõtškov Goal 49'

19 November 2005
Kuressaare 2 – 1 Lasnamäe Ajax
Kluge Goal 11'
Pukk Goal 90+1'
Andreev Goal 46'

FC Ajax Lasnamäe beat FC Kuressaare 2–2 on away goals rule. Ajax Lasnamäe promoted to Meistriliiga, Kuressaare relegated to Esiliiga.

Season statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 1 December 2005.[1][2]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Russia Nikita Andreev Lasnamäe Ajax 29
2 Estonia Verner Uibo Pärnu Vaprus 19
3 Estonia Indrek Joost Pärnu Vaprus 18
4 Estonia Andrei Afanasov Tallinna Kalev 15
Russia Yaroslav Dmitriev Lasnamäe Ajax 15
Estonia Tiit Tikenberg Tallinna Kalev 15
7 Estonia Aleksandr Rulkov Levadia II 14
8 Estonia Aleksei Titov Lasnamäe Ajax 13
9 Estonia Dmitri Kirilov Tallinna Kalev 12
Estonia Kaupo Margusonov Pärnu Tervis 12

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