2006 Esiliiga

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Esiliiga
Season 2006
2005
2007

FC Kuressaare gained automatic promotion to the Meistriliiga as FC Levadia II are the reserve team for Meistriliiga champions FC Levadia and therefore can not be promoted to the same league as its parent club. JK Tallinna Kalev also go up after winning the promotion-relegation play-off.

The league's top-scorer was FC Levadia youngster Kaimar Saag with 37 goals. Nõmme Kalju's Andrus Mitt scored 35 goals.

Final table of Esiliiga season 2006[edit]

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
Comments
1 Levadia II Tallinn
36
28
4
4
132
24
88
2 FC Kuressaare
36
22
5
9
64
44
71
Promoted
3 Kalev Tallinn
36
20
6
10
84
63
66
Promotion/Relegation Playoff
4 Flora II Tallinn
36
19
3
14
81
56
60
5 Kalju Nõmme
36
18
5
13
76
80
59
6 TVMK II Tallinn
36
17
4
15
66
63
55
7 Tulevik II Viljandi
36
9
11
16
53
52
38
8 Lootus Kohtla-Järve*
36
10
3
23
46
99
33
Promotion/Relegation Playoff
9 Dünamo Tallinn*
36
7
8
21
44
85
29
Relegated
10 FC Elva**
36
4
3
29
20
100
15

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; Pts = Points
C = Champions

Promoted
Promotion Playoffs
Ineligible for Promotion
Relegation Playoffs
Relegated

* Denied Esiliiga license
** Stayed up as Trans II decided against promotion and two clubs above were denied the Esiliiga license.

Promotion/Relegation playoff[edit]

November 12, 2006
Kalev Sillamäe 5 - 1 Lootus Kohtla-Järve

November 18, 2006
Lootus Kohtla-Järve 1 - 3 Kalev Sillamäe

Season statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 11 November 2007.[1]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Estonia Kaimar Saag Levadia II 37
2 Estonia Andrus Mitt Nõmme Kalju 35
3 Estonia Jevgeni Gurtšioglujants Levadia II 17
Estonia Sander Puri Levadia II 17
5 Estonia Artjom Dmitrijev TVMK II 16
Estonia Tiit Tikenberg Tallinna Kalev 16
7 Estonia Dmitri Kirilov Tallinna Kalev 15
8 Estonia Kristian Marmor Levadia II 14
9 Estonia Eino Puri Levadia II 12
Estonia Anton Semjonov Lootus 12
Estonia Rainer Veskimäe Kuressaare 12

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