PK-35 Vantaa

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PK-35 Vantaa
Pk-35logo.jpg
Full name PK-35 Vantaa
Founded 1935
Ground Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion,
Vantaa
Ground Capacity 4,700
Chairman Markku Hynninen
Manager Pasi Pihamaa
League Veikkausliiga
2015 Ykkönen 2nd

PK-35 Vantaa (formerly Pallokerho-35 or PK-35) is a Finnish football club, based in Vantaa. It currently plays in the Finnish League (Veikkausliiga). As of the 2009 season the club has been based at the Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion, Myyrmäki, Vantaa.

PK-35 was founded in Vyborg in 1935. After the Finnish Winter War and Second World War, PK-35 was refounded in Helsinki in 1948. When PK-35 was coached by Pasi Rautiainen in the mid-1990s they were promoted to Finland's top division, the Veikkausliiga. After some economical troubles the first team was acquired by Hjallis Harkimo and renamed FC Jokerit. The PK-35 club, however, continued with the other teams in lower divisions using its original name. PK-35 was promoted to Kakkonen in 2001 and to Ykkönen in 2005.

Move to Vantaa[edit]

After the 2008 season Pallokerho-35 decided to move its men's and women's first teams to the commuter town of Vantaa, where they will play at ISS Stadion in Myyrmäki.[1] Those teams will be run by a new association and compete with the name PK-35 Vantaa.[2] Pallokerho-35 and its other teams (juniors) will stay in Helsinki under PK-35 ry (main club).[3]

Season to season[edit]

Season Level Division Section Administration Position Finnish Cup Movements
2002 Tier 3 Kakkonen Southern Finnish FA 9th 4th Round
2003 Tier 3 Kakkonen Southern Finnish FA 1st 1st Round Lost in Promotion Playoffs
2004 Tier 3 Kakkonen Southern Finnish FA 2nd 1st Round Promoted to 2005 Ykkönen
2005 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 3rd Quarterfinals
2006 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 10th 5th Round
2007 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 8th 5th Round
2008 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 7th 6th Round
2009 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 9th 6th Round
2010 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 8th 5th Round
2011 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 4th 4th Round
2012 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 4th 4th Round
2013 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 6th 5th Round
2014 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 6th 3rd Round
2015 Tier 2 Ykkönen Finnish FA 2nd 6th Round Promoted to 2016 Veikkausliiga
2016 Tier 1 Veikkausliiga Finnish FA

Current squad[edit]

As of 5 September 2016.

PK-35 (in red and black) in action against KuPS

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 GK Daniel Kollar
2 Finland DF Altim Ademaj
4 Finland DF Kim Raimi
5 Finland MF Riku Heinonen
6 Nigeria DF Ojembe Olatuga
8 Finland MF Mnwas Awari
9 Finland FW Masar Ömer
10 Kosovo MF Ymer Xhaferi
11 Algeria MF Omar Adlani
12 Finland GK Jalmari Karvinen
No. Position Player
13 Finland GK Samu Volotinen
14 Finland DF Bob Diasonama
16 Finland MF Konsta Rasimus
17 Finland MF Kevin Mombilo
18 Finland MF Omar Khary
55 Finland MF Marcus Heimonen
58 Finland DF Reza Heidari
80 Finland DF Ahmed Said Ahmed

Management[edit]

As of 2 August 2016.

Name Role
Finland Pasi Pihamaa Head Coach
Finland Juha Jussila Coach
Finland Ville Vepsäläinen Kit Manager, Physiotherapist
Finland Teemu Savukoski Kit Manager
Finland Boris Wistuba Team Manager

Women's team[edit]

The women's football section was founded in 1982.[4] The team won the Naisten Liiga for the first time in 2010 in their debut in the championship; they had been promoted after winning the second-tier Naisten Ykkönen in 2009. They thus made their UEFA Champions League debut in the 2011–12 season, where they were knocked out by Rayo Vallecano in the Round of 32.

PK-35 subsequently consolidated itself as the new leading Finnish team, winning both the Naisten Liiga and the national cup in 2011 and 2012.[5][6]

Honours[edit]

Titles[edit]

UEFA competition record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Opponent Result
2011–12 Champions League Qualifying round Albania Ada Velipojë 10–0
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava 1–0
Poland Unia Racibórz 1–1
Round of 32 Spain Rayo Vallecano 1–4, 0–3
2012–13 Champions League Qualifying round Moldova Noroc Nimoreni 6–0
Croatia ŽNK Osijek 3–1
Scotland Glasgow City 1–1
Round of 32 France Olympique Lyon 0–7, 0–5
2013–14 Champions League Qualifying round Republic of Macedonia Bilјanini Izvori 13–1
Estonia Pärnu JK 0–0
Greece PAOK 2–1
Round of 32 England Birmingham City 0–3, 0–1
2015–16 Champions League Qualifying round Slovakia Nové Zámky 9–0
Latvia Rīgas FS 9–0
Ukraine Zhytlobud Kharkiv 2–1
Round of 32 Sweden FC Rosengård 0–2, 0–7

2013 squad[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 Nigeria GK Rachael Ayegba
2 Finland DF Pirjo Leppikangas
3 Finland DF Dali Meller
4 Finland DF Sanna Porali
5 Finland FW Heidi Kivelä
6 Finland MF Jenna Korhonen
8 Finland DF Laura Kivistö
9 Australia MF Jennifer Bisset
11 Finland MF Eveliina Parikka
12 Colombia FW Lady Andrade
No. Position Player
13 Finland MF Sanna Saarinen
14 Finland MF Elina Salmi
15 Finland FW Hanne Ojanperä
16 Finland DF Maiju Hirvonen
20 Finland Vilma Hakala
21 Finland MF Tia-Maria Jaakonsaari
27 Finland MF Iina Salmi
28 United States MF Lydia Hastings
35 Finland GK Paula Myllyoja
0 Albania MF Furtuna Velaj

Former internationals[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jalkapallostadionista ISS Stadion – PK-35:n edustusjoukkueet Vantaalle". Energia-Areena. 17 December 2008. Retrieved 30 December 2008. 
  2. ^ "PK-35 vaihtaa Vantaalle". Iltalehti. 17 December 2008. Retrieved 30 December 2008. 
  3. ^ "PK-35 Vantaa – uusi jalkapalloseura" (PDF). Pallokerho-35. 17 December 2008. Retrieved 30 December 2008. 
  4. ^ Club history on official site
  5. ^ List of champions in RSSSF.com
  6. ^ "PK 35 wins first Swedish cup" (in Finnish). mtv3.fi. 24 September 2011. Retrieved 25 September 2011. 
  7. ^ http://www.hs.fi/urheilu/a1441342901833?jako=8c7ee3ed246589828f79c3e7c12043d 2. https://www.palloliitto.fi/uutiset/naisten-liiga/pk-35-vantaa-naisten-liigan-mestari-0

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