JK Viljandi Tulevik

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JK Viljandi Tulevik
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Full name Jalgpalliklubi Viljandi Tulevik
Founded 1912
Ground Viljandi linnastaadion, Viljandi
Ground Capacity 1,006
Chairman Raiko Mutle
Manager Aivar Lillevere
League Esiliiga
2013 Esiliiga, 8th

Viljandi Tulevik is an Estonian football club, playing in the town of Viljandi. The club was originally founded in 1912. They play their home games at Viljandi linnastaadion.

History[edit]

Tulevik was a part of FC Flora's system in. In 2011 they decided to reach Meistriliiga independently and were moved to II liiga.

Season 2006 was very disappointing for the club, as they finished second to last and had to play promotion/relegation play-offs. The games against JK Kalev Tallinn were close, but Tulevik eventually lost on away goals. Tulevik was not relegated though, as JK Maag and Tammeka merged, leaving a Meistriliiga spot vacant.

Tulevik played in two successive Estonian Cup finals in 1999 and 2000, losing to Levadia 2–3 and 0–2 respectively.

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 February 2014.[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 Estonia GK Karl-Romet Nõmm
2 Estonia DF Raiko Mutle
3 Estonia DF Oskar Berggren
4 Estonia DF Indrek Ilves
5 Estonia DF Kevin Paavo
6 Estonia DF Siim Saar
7 Estonia MF Raido Roman
8 Estonia MF Rain Tölpus
9 Estonia MF Rihard Reimaa
10 Estonia FW Roger Teor
11 Estonia FW Tiit Tikenberg
12 Estonia GK Rait Oja
13 Estonia DF Kaarel Henn
14 Estonia MF Karel Kübar
No. Position Player
15 Estonia MF Tanel Lang
16 Estonia DF Marek Hanson
17 Estonia MF Rainer Peips
18 Estonia DF Kalev Marten Raave
19 Estonia MF Jorma Kiigemägi
20 Estonia FW Rasmus Luhakooder
21 Estonia FW Kristen Kähr
22 Estonia MF Mikk Metsa
23 Estonia MF Sander Loigo
24 Estonia DF Henri Paavo
25 Estonia MF Martin Normann
32 Estonia GK Rain Vessenberg
40 Estonia DF Sander Luik

Reserves[edit]

As of 28 February 2014.[2]

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

No. Position Player
Estonia MF Martin Allik
Estonia MF Rainer Grigorjev
Estonia FW Hegert Heil
Estonia FW Oskar Kivilaan
Estonia MF Aron Kristjan Kovru
Estonia GK Märt Leppik
Estonia DF Sander Luik
No. Position Player
Estonia DF Rauno Meister
Estonia DF Kevin Paavo
Estonia MF Rihard Reimaa
Estonia MF Kaur Tomson
Estonia MF Fred Truu
Estonia MF Johan Urbel

See also: Category:JK Viljandi Tulevik players

Viljandi Tulevik in Estonian football[edit]

Season League Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top Goalscorer(s)
1992 1 13 11 1 3 7 17 34 –17 5
1992–93 1 12 22 3 1 18 24 88 –64 7
1993–94 2 8 20 8 3 9 44 38 6 19
1994–95 2S 3 10 6 1 3 27 10 17 19
1995–96 2 6 14 6 0 8 28 34 –6 18
1996–97 2 5 14 6 2 6 16 22 –6 20
1997–98 1 5 24 8 5 11 32 35 –3 29 Argo Arbeiter (9)
1998 1 5 14 5 3 6 15 25 –10 18
1999 1 2 28 16 5 7 57 34 23 53 Dmitri Ustritski (16)
2000 1 4 28 12 9 7 45 34 11 45 Marius Dovydėnas (12)
2001 1 5 28 11 6 11 41 37 4 39 Dmitri Ustritski (16)
2002 1 5 28 10 6 12 51 52 –1 36 Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko (20)
2003 1 5 28 8 8 14 44 56 –12 30 Enver Jääger (11)
2004 1 6 28 6 7 15 30 53 –23 25 Dmitri Ustritski (11)
2005 1 5 36 12 11 13 46 48 –2 47
2006 1 9 36 5 5 26 29 74 –45 20
2007 1 7 36 11 4 21 43 80 –37 37 Aleksander Saharov (8)
2008 1 6 36 9 4 23 31 74 –43 31 Jüri Jevdokimov & Markko Kudu (7)
2009 1 6 36 15 6 15 55 49 6 51 Jüri Jevdokimov (14)
2010 1 7 36 8 5 23 33 62 –29 29 Aleksandr Kulatšenko (8)
2011 3 4 28 17 3 6 85 42 43 54 Rasmus Luhakooder (23)
2012 3 2 26 17 5 4 100 32 68 5 Rasmus Luhakooder (23)
2013 2 8 36 12 10 14 46 57 –11 46
Total Esiliiga 94 38 16 40 161 161 0 122
Meistriliiga 455 140 86 229 593 835 –242 502

Viljandi Tulevik in Europe[edit]

  • QR = Qualifying Round
  • R1 = 1st Round
Season Cup Rnd Opponent Score
1998 Intertoto Cup R1 Switzerland FC St. Gallen 1–6 2–3
1999–00 UEFA Cup QR Belgium Club Brugge 0–3 0–2
2000–01 UEFA Cup QR SerbiaFK Napredak Kruševac 1–1 1–5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Viljandi JK Tulevik". jktulevik.ee. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "VILJANDI JK TULEVIK II (2014)". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 

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