Jyväskylän Seudun Palloseura

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Jyväskylän Seudun Palloseura
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Full name Jyväskylän Seudun Palloseura
Nickname(s) JPS
Founded 1962
Ground Vehkalammen kenttä
Jyväskylä
Finland
Chairman Finland Jaana Hokkanen
Coach Finland Matti Kautto
Finland Hannu Karjalainen
Finland Aki Alanen
League Kolmonen
JPS in the 2014 final

Jyväskylän Seudun Palloseura (abbreviated JPS) is a sports club from Jyväskylä, Finland. The club was formed in 1962 and their home ground is at the Vehkalammen kenttä.

The men's football team currently plays in the Kolmonen (Third Division). The other main sporting activity run by the club is bandy. Their home ice is Viitaniemen tekojäärata and they play in Bandyliiga, the top league for bandy in Finland.

Season to season[edit]

Season Level Division Section Administration Position Movements
2003 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Central Finland (SPL Keski-Suomi) 7th
2004 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Central Finland (SPL Keski-Suomi) 8th
2005 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Central Finland (SPL Keski-Suomi) 9th Relegation Play-Offs
2006 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Central Finland (SPL Keski-Suomi) 8th
2007 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Central Finland (SPL Keski-Suomi) 7th
2008 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Central Finland (SPL Keski-Suomi) 6th
2009 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Eastern and Central Finland (SPL Itä-Suomi) 10th
2010 Tier 4 Kolmonen (Third Division) Eastern and Central Finland (SPL Itä-Suomi)

Club Structure[edit]

Jyväskylän Seudun Palloseura run 1 men’s team and 3 boys teams.

2010 season[edit]

JPS are competing in the Kolmonen administered by the Itä-Suomi SPL and Keski-Suomi SPL. This is the fourth highest tier in the Finnish football system. In 2009 JPS finished in tenth place in the Kolmonen.

JPS II are not running a side in the Vitonen in 2010.

Current Squad[edit]

  • Finland 1. Veli-Matti Tranberg
  • Finland 2. Joonas Heino
  • Finland 3. Kasper Mäkelä
  • Finland 4. Anton Stützle
  • Finland 5. Timo Eirola
  • Finland 7. Sami Karjalainen
  • Finland 8. Niko Nuttunen
  • Finland 9. Eemeli Jokinen
  • Finland 10. Jukka Hanhela
  • Finland 11. Kimmo Väre
  • Finland 12. Mikko Huhtiniemi
  • Finland 13. Ville Kujanpää
  • Finland 14. Esko Häyrynen
 
  • Finland 15. Jaakko Ahokas
  • Finland 16. Joel Nissinen
  • Finland 17. Matti Kaappola
  • Finland 18. Vesa – Matti Alhonen
  • Finland 19. Juha Linjala
  • Finland 20. Marcus Åberg
  • Finland 21. Alejandro Ylönen
  • Finland 22. Ville Ketola
  • Finland 23. Gustavo Tedesco
  • Finland 24. Viljo Väisänen
  • Finland 31. Anssi Korkiakoski
  • Finland 33. Riku Lamberg

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References and sources[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "SPL Keski-Suomen Piiri Kolmosen joukkueet". Retrieved 02.07.2010.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)