JK Loo is a football club, based in Loo, Estonia.

JK Loo
Full nameJalgpalliklubi Loo
Founded2008; 15 years ago (2008)
GroundLoo kunstmuruväljak
ManagerEerik Elenurm
LeagueIII liiga
2017III liiga, 8th

Founded in 2008, the club has played in the III liiga since 2015.

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 7 October 2018.[1]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF   EST Anton Gramberg
5 DF   EST Rasmus Juurik
6 DF   EST Jaan-Kristjan Kabal
8 MF   EST Eerik Elenurm
9 MF   EST Bert Mägi
10 FW   EST Marten Orav
14 MF   EST Kaspar Kubber
15 DF   EST Mait Metsküla
21 MF   EST Oktai Agašov
22 MF   EST Silver Palu
23 DF   EST Väle Võlma
No. Pos. Nation Player
74 GK   EST Anatoli Orlov
91 FW   EST Aleksandr Košelev
97 FW   EST Raimo Laid
99 GK   EST Stanislav Gruzdov
GK   EST Siim Allmann
GK   EST Kevin Berg
GK   FRA Ludovic Joao Carrico
GK   EST Matteus Lehiste
  CMR Patrick Ndongo Ebi
GK   EST Jarlin Pentus
MF   EST Taavi Vaher

StatisticsEdit

League and CupEdit

Season Division Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Avg. Att. Top goalscorer Cup
2008 IV liiga E 5 20 9 3 8 53 44 +9 30   Siim Allmann (25)
2009 III liiga E 12 22 2 0 20 27 119 −92 6 15   Siim Allmann (14)
2010 IV liiga E 11 22 5 1 16 36 73 −37 16   Marcus Pruuli and Siim Allmann (11) First round
2011 2 22 14 6 2 80 25 +55 48   Raimo Laid (28) Second round
2012 III liiga E 4 22 12 2 2 46 41 +5 38 22   Raimo Laid (13) First round
2013 II liiga N/E 11 24 6 3 15 33 80 −47 31 15   Raimo Laid (10) First round
2014 14 26 2 0 24 28 147 −119 6 11   Siim Allmann (8) First round
2015 III liiga E 8 22 7 1 14 44 90 −46 22 13   Eerik Elenurm (12) Second round
2016 9 22 8 1 13 39 69 −30 25 8   Siim Allmann (8) Second round
2017 8 22 7 5 10 42 62 −20 26 10   Siim Allmann (11) Second round
2018 2 22 13 4 5 60 35 +25 43 14   Siim Allmann (17) First round
2019 7 22 10 2 10 51 55 -4 32 13   Gerdo Kalde (15) Second round
2020 8 18 5 2 11 30 75 -45 17 15   Marten Orav (8) Second round

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "JK Loo (2018)". Eesti Jalgpalli Liit. Retrieved 7 October 2018.