Pärnu JK Tervis

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Pärnu JK Tervis
Logo
Full name Pärnu JK Tervis
Founded 1921
Ground Raeküla Staadion, Pärnu
Ground Capacity 500
2005 Esiliiga, 5th

Pärnu JK Tervis is a defunct Estonian football team from Pärnu, that used to play in various Estonian divisions, including Meistriliiga. Its club colors were white, black, and blue.

The club was founded in 1921 as football section of Spordiselts Pärnu "Tervis".[1]

From 1996 to 2002, the club was known as Lelle SK and played its home games in Lelle, small borough in Kehtna Parish.

Pärnu Tervis in Estonian Football[edit]

The old yellow logo
Lelle SK logo
Year League Position Goals +/- Points
92/93
II
1
+62
26
93/94
I
8
−29
12
94/95
II
1
+38
22
95/96
I
6
–4
13
96/97*
I
4
+4
21
97/98*
I
8
–23
10
1998*
I
8
–29
3
1999*
I
7
–20
24
2000*
II
8
–79
16
2001*
II
8
–121
3
2002*
III
1
+40
49
2003
II
2
+33
51
2004
II
3
+20
56
2005
II
5
+20
50

* As FC Lelle

Pärnu Tervis in Europe[edit]

  • 1R – 1st Round
Season Cup Round Country Club Score
1995 Intertoto Cup 1R Montenegro FK Budućnost Podgorica 1–3
1R Cyprus Nea Salamis Famagusta FC 0–2
1R Germany Bayer Leverkusen 1–6
1R Greece OFI Crete 0–2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pärnu „Tervis" 10-aastane". Eesti Spordileht. 17 July 1931. Retrieved 20 April 2018.