2004 Ykkönen

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Finnish League Division 1
Season 2004
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2003
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League Tables for teams participating in Ykkönen, the second tier of the Finnish Soccer League system, in 2004.

League Table 2004[edit]

Ykkönen[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L F / A Pts
1. KuPS, Kuopio 26 16 6 4 51–22 54
2. IFK Mariehamn, Mariehamn 26 16 2 8 52–32 50
3. FC Honka, Espoo 26 13 4 9 55–38 43
4. FC Viikingit, Helsinki 26 11 9 6 40–33 42
5. AC Oulu, Oulu 26 10 9 7 39–33 39
6. VPS, Vaasa 26 11 6 9 32–26 39
7. MP, Mikkeli 26 9 11 6 46–40 38
8. Rakuunat, Lappeenranta 26 10 8 8 39–36 38
9. PP-70, Tampere 26 9 8 9 36–30 35
10. P-Iirot, Rauma 26 10 5 11 34–43 35
11. VG-62, Naantali 26 9 6 11 34–40 33
12. Närpes Kraft, Närpes 26 6 6 14 37–47 24
13. FC Kuusankoski, Kuusankoski 26 4 6 16 28–54 18
14. GBK, Kokkola 26 3 4 19 26–75 13

[1] Jokerit Helsinki withdrew from the Veikkausliiga and the relegation of KooTeePee Kotka was cancelled. KooTeePee's fixtures in Ykkönen were inherited by GBK Kokkola, the highest placed relegated team in 2003.[2]

Promotion Play-Offs[edit]

Jazz Pori as 13th placed team in the 2004 Veikkausliiga and MIFK Mariehamn as runners-up of the 2004 Ykkönen competed in a two-legged play-off for a place in the Veikkausliiga. MIFK won the play-offs 3-2 on aggregate and were promoted to the Veikkausliiga.

MIFK Mariehamn - Jazz Pori 1-0
Jazz Pori - MIFK Mariehamn 2-2 [3]

Relegation Play-Offs[edit]

OLS Oulu - VG-62 Naantali 0-1
VG-62 Naantali - OLS Oulu 3-1

KPV Kokkola - Kraft Närpes 1-1
Kraft Närpes - KPV Kokkola 1-1 aet., 1-4 pen. [4]

KPV Kokkola (formerly also KPV-J Kokkola) were promoted to the Ykkönen and Kraft Närpes relegated to the Kakkonen. KPV Kokkola won 4-1 on penalties.
VG-62 Naantali remained in the Ykkönen after beating OLS Oulu 4-1 on aggregate.

References and sources[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Finland 2004". RSSSF Archive. 2004. Archived from the original on 2009-06-14. Retrieved 2010-03-24. 
  2. ^ "Finland - List of League Second Level Tables". RSSSF Archive. 2004. Retrieved 2010-03-25. 
  3. ^ "Finland - List of League Second Level Tables". RSSSF Archive. 2004. Retrieved 2010-03-25. 
  4. ^ "Finland - List of League Second Level Tables". RSSSF Archive. 2004. Retrieved 2010-03-25.