Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi

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Pärnu JK
Full name Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi
Founded 21 July 1989; 29 years ago (1989-07-21)[1]
Ground Pärnu Raeküla staadion
Capacity 500
Chairman Raio Piiroja
Manager Igor Prins
League II Liiga S/W
2017 2nd
Website Club website

Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi (English: Pärnu Football Club), commonly known as PJK, or simply as Pärnu, is a football club, based in Pärnu, Estonia.

Founded in 1989, Pärnu is mostly known for its women's team (Pärnu JK) who compete in the Estonian top division Naiste Meistriliiga. Domestically, Pärnu has won a record 12 Naiste Meistriliiga, 5 Estonian Women's Cup and 7 Estonian Women's Supercup trophies.

The club's men's team currently plays in the third division Esiliiga B.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 5 June 2017.[2]

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 Joel Vabrit
2 Estonia DF Veiko Vespere
3 Estonia DF Martin Mardiste
4 Estonia DF Kris Antsmaa
5 Estonia DF Karmo Valk
6 Estonia MF Joonas Sild
7 Estonia FW Kristian Lenk
8 Estonia MF Jevgeni Novikov
10 Estonia FW Hevar Aas
11 Estonia MF Risto Pärnat
13 Estonia MF Aleksander Algo
15 Estonia MF Tarmo Kovalevski
16 Estonia MF Igor Mohhov
17 Estonia DF Daniel Barinov
No. Position Player
20 Estonia DF Mirko Mardiste
21 Estonia MF Reimo Madissoo
22 Estonia DF Eiko Kuningas
25 Estonia Jevgeni Korjagin
26 Estonia MF Ranet Ristikivi
33 Estonia GK Kermo Hunt
35 Estonia GK Kaupo Koort
Estonia FW Risto Kauniste
Estonia MF Kevin Mihkelson
Estonia FW Heinri Pilme
Estonia DF Reigo Tamm
Estonia GK Taavi Tamm
Estonia Andreas Tammekänd
Estonia MF Viktor Tkatšenko

Statistics[edit]

League and Cup[edit]

Season Division Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top goalscorer Cup Notes
1992 Meistriliiga 4 6 2 2 2 10 12 -2 6 Jaan Saal (6) as Pärnu JK
Championship 8 7 1 1 5 10 22 -12 3
1992/93 II Liiga 1 6 4 2 0 24 7 +17 10 as Pärnu JK/Kalev
1993/94 Esiliiga 1 20 14 2 4 70 28 +42 30 Vadim Dolinin (21)
1994/94 Meistriliiga 7 14 2 1 11 12 35 -23 7 Sergei Terehhov (3)
Meistriliiga Transition 2 10 6 0 4 35 24 +11 18
1995/96 Meistriliiga 8 14 0 2 12 8 61 -53 2 Teet Allas (2) as Pärnu JK
Meistriliiga Transition 2 10 6 0 4 35 24 +11 18
1996/97 Esiliiga 3 14 7 2 5 27 20 +7 23
Meistriliiga Transition 3 10 4 1 5 9 27 -18 13
1997/98 Esiliiga 7 14 3 3 8 21 33 -12 12 Aleksandr Žurbi and Kauri Link (3)
Esiliiga Transition 3 14 8 4 2 30 17 +13 28
1998 Esiliiga 8 14 1 2 11 14 40 -26 5 Marek Markson and Oleg Mjassojedov (3)
1999–2001 Did not participate
2002 V Liiga S/W 1 14 13 0 1 77 15 +62 39 Denis Baranov (18) as Pärnu JK
2003–2013 Did not participate
2014 IV Liiga S 1 16 14 2 0 43 6 +37 44 Jako Kanter (9) as Pärnu JK
2015 III Liiga W 1 22 17 4 1 79 21 +58 55 Albert Anissimov (20)
2016 II Liiga S/W 4 26 19 0 7 98 45 +53 57 Veiko Vespere (27)
2017 II Liiga S/W 2 26 19 3 4 102 28 +74 60 Risto Kauniste (18)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History section on website". parnujk.ee. Retrieved 31 July 2011.
  2. ^ "Pärnu JK". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 5 June 2017.

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