Pärnu Linnameeskond

Pärnu Linnameeskond or simply Pärnu, was a football club, based in Pärnu, Estonia. Founded in 2010 as the union of Vaprus, Pärnu JK and Pärnu Kalev. Pärnu Linnameeskond finished 2014 Esiliiga season in third place and was promoted to Meistriliiga.[1] Linnameeskond broke up after second season in the top tier with Vaprus inheriting their league spot for 2017.[2]

Pärnu Linnameeskond
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Full namePärnu Linnameeskond
Founded2010
Dissolved2017
GroundPärnu Rannastaadion, Pärnu
Capacity1501
2016Meistriliiga, 9th
WebsiteClub website

HonoursEdit

Third place (1): 2014
Runners-up (1): 2013

Managerial historyEdit

Manager Career
  Kalev Pajula 2011–2012
  Gert Olesk 2013–2014
  Marko Lelov 2014–2016

StatisticsEdit

Pärnu LinnameeskondEdit

MeistriliigaEsiliigaEsiliiga BEsiliiga 

League and CupEdit

Season Level Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top goalscorer Cup
2011 II 8 36 8 11 17 55 63 −8 35   Taavi Laurits (11)
2012 II 9 36 9 9 18 43 72 −29 36   Robert Kirss (9) Quarterfinalist
2013 III 2 36 25 4 7 114 53 +61 79   Henri Hanson (28) Quarterfinalist
2014 II 3 36 19 3 14 109 78 +31 60   Henri Hanson (25) Fourth round
2015 I 8 36 6 8 22 38 87 −49 26   Taavi Laurits (11) First round
2016 I 9 36 5 2 29 24 98 –74 17 Fourth Round

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pärnu jalgpalliklubi kerkis meistriliigasse" (in Estonian). Postimees.ee. Retrieved 13 November 2014.
  2. ^ "Premium liigas esindab Pärnut jalgpalliklubi Vaprus". EFA. Retrieved 11 January 2017.

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