FC KooTeePee

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FC KooTeePee
Logo
Full name FC KTP
Founded 2000
Ground Arto Tolsa Areena,
Kotka
Ground Capacity 4,780
Chairman Jarkko Pippola
Manager Sami Ristilä
League Ykkönen
Ykkönen Ykkönen, 3rd
Arto Tolsa Areena

(FC KooTeePee until 2013) was a Finnish football club, based in the town of Kotka. In December 2013 the team moved to Kotkan Työväen Palloilijat and changed its name to FC KTP.

History[edit]

Originally FC KooTeePee was founded as a reserve team of Kotkan Työväen Palloilijat (founded 1927). In the year 2000 it became an independent club. At that time Kotkan Työväen Palloilijat was playing in Veikkausliiga, but was relegated to Ykkönen and finally went into bankruptcy. In the same season KooTeePee was promoted from Kolmonen to Kakkonen, and in two years it made its way to the highest level (coached first by Pasi Rautiainen and then Ismo Lius). In their last season of 2013, the team played in Ykkönen and was coached by Sami Ristilä.

Supporters[edit]

FC KooTeePee's supporters won the official "best supporters" award by the Finnish Veikkausliiga committee in 2004.[citation needed]

2013 squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Finland DF Yusuf Jama
4 Finland DF Mikko Ryhänen
6 Finland DF Erkka Länsimies
7 England MF Josh Mulvany
8 Finland MF Mikael Lähde
9 The Gambia FW Alasanna Camara
10 Finland FW Niclas Kalatsev
11 United States MF Kevin Sawchak
13 Georgia (country) DF Giorgi Ositashvili
14 Finland MF Olli Kaakinen
No. Position Player
15 Finland DF Jesse Miettinen
16 Finland FW Samuli Kaivonurmi
17 Finland MF Marko Tyyskä
19 Finland DF Janne Veija
22 Finland DF Saku Kvist
25 Finland DF Henri Järviniemi
30 Finland GK Ville Särkkä
32 Estonia GK Kert Kütt
93 Finland MF Niko-Kalle Husu
TBA Republic of Ireland MF Shane McFaul

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