FC Vaajakoski

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FC Vaajakoski
FC Vaajakoski logo.png
Full name FC Vaajakoski
Nickname(s) FCV
Founded 1993
Ground Vaajakosken keskuskenttä, Jyväskylä, Finland
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Finland Tommi Vainio
Manager Finland Pertti Kastarinen
Coach Finland Risto Jussilainen
League Kakkonen
2009 6th – Kakkonen (Group C)
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FC Vaajakoski is an active sports club from Jyväskylä in Finland. The club was formed in 1993 and their home ground is at the Vaajakosken keskuskenttä. The men's first team currently plays in the Kakkonen (Second Division). The Chairman of FCV is Tommi Vainio.


The club was established in 1993 and serves the Vaajakoski-Jyskä area of Jyväskyla . The club currently provides for football, floorball and futsal and has over 300 registered players.

In their short history FCV have already had three spells covering 5 seasons in the Kakkonen (Second Division), the third tier of Finnish football in 2003, 2005–06 and 2009 to the present day.[1]

Club Structure[edit]

FCV runs 2 men's teams, 9 boys teams and 6 girls teams.

2010 season[edit]

FCV Men's Team are competing in Group C (Lohko C) of the Kakkonen administered by the Football Association of Finland (Suomen Palloliitto) . This is the third highest tier in the Finnish football system. In 2009 FCV finished in sixth position in their Kakkonen section.

FCV Reds are participating in the Vitonen (Fifth Division) section administered by the Keski-Suomi SPL.

Current Squad for the 2016 Season[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Finland DF Aleksi Kaakinen
2 Finland DF Joonas Prami
3 Finland MF Santtu Laaksonen
4 Finland MF Kimmo Huisman
5 Finland FW Toni Pöyhönen
6 Finland FW Tomi Karlsedt
7 Finland FW Toni Järvinen
9 Finland MF Markus Prami
10 Finland DF Matias Kiesilä
11 Finland MF Toni Koskinen
12 Finland MF Peetu Lintinen
13 Finland GK Jarkko Suonpää
16 Finland GK Matti Salkojärvi
17 Finland DF Joona Ala-Porkkunen
18 Finland MF Joona Ojala
No. Position Player
19 Finland DF Ali Abdullahi
20 Finland FW Jukka Kosonen
21 Finland FW Niko Kiiveri
22 Finland FW Niko Lohi
23 Finland GK Matti Jaatinen
24 Finland GK Toni Kiiveri
25 Finland DF Miika Kuntonen
26 Finland DF Anssi Viren
TBA Finland GK Matti Jaatinen
TBA Finland DF Arttu Hokkanen
TBA Finland MF Janne Kuhmonen
TBA Finland MF Eetu Suppela
TBA Finland FW Jarkko Kosunen
TBA Finland FW Genc Kovaqi
TBA Finland FW Oskari Peltonen

References and sources[edit]


  1. ^ "Finland – Divisional Movements 1930–2009". RSSSF Archives. 2010. Retrieved 2010-05-15.