1973 HPS Helsinki (east) TuTo Turku (west) KaPa Kajaani (north) 1974 LaPS Lahti (east) Pyrkivä Turku (west) Sport Vaasa (north) 1975 KIF Helsinki (east) MuSa Pori (west) KPS Kokkola (north) 1976 FinnPa Helsinki (east) IFK Mariehamn (west) Into Kemi (north) 1977 KTP Kotka (east) GrIFK Kauniainen (west) OLS Oulu (north) 1978 Honka Espoo (east) LappBK Kristiinankaupunki (west) RoPS Rovaniemi (north) 1979 LaPa Lappeenranta (east) RPallo Rauma (west) Jaro Pietarsaari (north) 1980 Elo Kuopio (east) FinnPa Helsinki (west) JyP-77 Jyväskylä (north) 1981 Ponnistus Helsinki (east) GrIFK Kauniainen (west) KePS Kemi (north) 1982 HPS Helsinki (east) PPT Pori (west) Huima Äänekoski (north) 1983 Karpalo Joensuu (east) P-Iirot Rauma (west) KaPa Kajaani (north) 1984 LauTP Lappeenranta (east) HPK Hämeenlinna (west) KajHa Kajaani (north) 1985 TPV Tampere (east) KontU Helsinki (west) PK-37 Iisalmi (north) 1986 GrIFK Kauniainen (east) VaKP Valkeakoski (west) KaPa Kajaani (north) 1987 VanPa Vantaa (east) TuTo Turku (west) Jaro Pietarsaari (north) 1988 KumuP Kuusankoski (east) TuPa Turku (west) PK-37 Iisalmi (north) 1989 JoKu Joutseno (east) GrIFK Kauniainen (west) TP-55 Seinäjoki (north) 1990 FinnPa Helsinki (east) P-Iirot Rauma (west) OLS Oulu (north) 1991 VanPa Vantaa (east) TPV Tampere (west) VPS Vaasa (north) 1992 Ponnistus Helsinki (east) P-Iirot Rauma (west) KajHa Kajaani (north) 1993 KTP Kotka (east) PIF Parainen (west) 1991 Oulu (north) 1994 K-Team Hämeenlinna (south) Rakuunat Lappeenranta (east) PP-70 Tampere (west) GBK Kokkola (north) 1995 HIK Hanko (south) TiPS Vantaa (east) TP Seinäjoki (west) OPS Oulu (north) 1996 PK-35 Helsinki (south) VarTP Varkaus (east) Kraft Närpiö (west) KPT-85 Kemi (north) 1997 Atlantis Helsinki (south) Kultsu Joutseno (east) KPV-J Kokkola (west) KajHa Kajaani (north) 1998 TiPS Vantaa (south) RiPS Riihimäki (east) MuSa Pori (west) KuPS Kuopio (north) 1999 FC Hämeenlinna (south) Rakuunat Lappeenranta (east) ÅIFK Turku (west) Tervarit Oulu (north) 2000 Gnistan Helsinki (south) FC Kuusankoski (east) SalPa Salo (west) TP-47 Tornio (north) 2001 Viikingit Helsinki (south) KooTeePee Kotka (east) VG-62 Naantali (west) Korsholm Mustasaari (north) 2002 FC Espoo (south) WJK Varkaus (east) TPV Tampere (west) OLS Oulu (north) 2003 PK-35 Helsinki (south) Kings Kuopio (east) P-Iirot Rauma (west) PS Kemi (north) 2004 Atlantis Helsinki (south) JJK Jyväskylä (east) FJK Forssa (west) KPV Kokkola (north) 2005 Klubi-04 Helsinki (south) JIPPO Joensuu (east) SalPa Salo (west) VIFK Vaasa (north) 2006 JJK Jyväskylä (group A) TPV Tampere (group B) GBK Kokkola (group C) 2007 KäPa Helsinki (group A) GrIFK Kauniainen (group B) PS Kemi (group C) 2008 Klubi-04 Helsinki (group A) PoPa Pori (group B) Kiisto Vaasa (group C) 2009 MP Mikkeli (group A) FC Espoo (group B) OPS Oulu (group C) 2010 HIFK Helsinki (group A) Ilves Tampere (group B) SantaClaus Rovaniemi (group C) 2011 Klubi-04 Helsinki (group A) BK-46 Karjaa (group B) SJK Seinäjoki (group C) 2012 ÅIFK Turku (south) JäPS Järvenpää (east) Ilves Tampere (west) AC Kajaani (north) 2013 EIF Tammisaari (south) HIFK Helsinki (east) Jazz Pori (west) PS Kemi (north) 2014 EIF Tammisaari (south) Atlantis Helsinki (east) VIFK Vaasa (west) PS Kemi (north) 2015 Honka Espoo (south) Klubi-04 Helsinki (east) GrIFK Kauniainen (west) KPV Kokkola (north)
6 GrIFK Kauniainen 1977, 1981, 1986, 1989, 2007, 2015 4 Klubi-04 Helsinki 2005, 2008, 2011, 2015 P-Iirot Rauma 1983, 1990, 1992, 2003 PS Kemi 2003, 2007, 2013, 2014 TPV Tampere 1985, 1991, 2002, 2006 3 Atlantis Helsinki 1997, 2004, 2014 FinnPa Helsinki 1976, 1980, 1990 KajHa Kajaani 1984, 1992, 1997 KaPa Kajaani 1973, 1983, 1986 KPV-J/KPV Kokkola 1997, 2004, 2015 OLS Oulu 1977, 1990, 2002 2 EIF Tammisaari 2013, 2014 FC Espoo 2002, 2009 GBK Kokkola 1994, 2006 HIFK Helsinki 2010, 2013 Honka Espoo 1978, 2015 HPS Helsinki 1973, 1982 Ilves Tampere 2010, 2012 Jaro Pietarsaari 1979, 1987 JJK Jyväskylä 2004, 2006 JoKu/Kultsu Joutseno 1989, 1997 K-Team/FC Hämeenlinna 1994, 1999 KTP Kotka 1977, 1993 MuSa Pori 1975, 1998 OPS Oulu 1995, 2009 PK-35 Helsinki 1996, 2003 PK-37 Iisalmi 1985, 1988 Ponnistus Helsinki 1981, 1992 Rakuunat Lappeenranta 1994, 1999 SalPa Salo 2000, 2005 TiPS Vantaa 1995, 1998 TP-55/TP Seinäjoki 1989, 1995 TuTo Turku 1973, 1987 VanPa Vantaa 1987, 1991 VIFK Vaasa 2005, 2014 ÅIFK Turku 1999, 2012 1 1991 Oulu 1993 AC Kajaani 2012 BK-46 Karjaa 2011 Elo Kuopio 1980 FC Kuusankoski 2000 FJK Forssa 2004 Gnistan Helsinki 2000 HIK Hanko 1995 HPK Hämeenlinna 1984 Huima Äänekoski 1982 IFK Mariehamn 1976 Into Kemi 1976 Jazz Pori 2013 JIPPO Joensuu 2005 JyP-77 Jyväskylä 1980 JäPS Järvenpää 2012 Karpalo Joensuu 1983 KePS Kemi 1981 KIF Helsinki 1975 Kiisto Vaasa 2008 Kings Kuopio 2003 KontU Helsinki 1985 KooTeePee Kotka 2001 Korsholm Mustasaari 2001 KPS Kokkola 1975 KPT-85 Kemi 1996 Kraft Närpiö 1996 KumuP Kuusankoski 1988 KuPS Kuopio 1998 KäPa Helsinki 2007 LaPa Lappeenranta 1979 LappBK Kristiinankaupunki 1978 LaPS Lahti 1974 LauTP Lappeenranta 1984 MP Mikkeli 2009 PIF Parainen 1993 PoPa Pori 2008 PP-70 Tampere 1994 PPT Pori 1982 Pyrkivä Turku 1974 RiPS Riihimäki 1998 RoPS Rovaniemi 1978 RPallo Rauma 1979 SantaClaus Rovaniemi 2010 SJK Seinäjoki 2011 Sport Vaasa 1974 Tervarit Oulu 1999 TP-47 Tornio 2000 TuPa Turku 1988 VaKP Valkeakoski 1986 VarTP Varkaus 1996 VG-62 Naantali 2001 Viikingit Helsinki 2001 VPS Vaasa 1991 WJK Varkaus 2002 Name changes and mergers (the year of the name change indicates the first season in which the new name was in use): - Atlantis Helsinki were re-organized to Allianssi Vantaa in 2002. Atlantis were later re-founded (the records added to those of the original club). - HPK Hämeenlinna merged with PaKä Hämeenlinna in 1992 to form K-Team Hämeenlinna, who took HPK's divisional place. K-Team changed name to FC Hämeenlinna in 1997. In total, HPK, K-Team and FC Hämeenlinna have won 3 third level championships. - Into Kemi merged with Tenho Kemi in 1986 to form KPT-85 Kemi, who took Into's divisional place. KPT-85 merged with KePS Kemi in 2000 to form PS Kemi, who took KPT-85's divisional place. In total, Into, KPT-85 and PS Kemi have won 6 third level championships. - JyP-77 Jyväskylä merged with JyPK Jyväskylä in 1993 to form JJK Jyväskylä, who took JyP-77's divisional place. In total, JyP-77 and JJK have won 3 third level championships. - JoKu Joutseno changed name to Kultsu Joutseno in 1993. - KPV-J Kokkola changed name to their original name KPV Kokkola in 2004. - LaPa Lappeenranta merged with LauTP Lappeenranta in 1992 to form FC Lappeenranta, who took LaPa's divisional place. FC Lappeenranta changed name to Rakuunat Lappeenranta in 1994. In total, LaPa and Rakuunat have won 3 third level championships. - OLS Oulu merged with OTP Oulu to form FC Oulu in 1992. The divisional place of OLS was taken by a new club 1991 Oulu. The merger was dissolved in 1995 and OLS continued to play under its original name. In total, OLS and 1991 Oulu have won 4 third level championships. - PK-35 Helsinki were re-organized to Jokerit Helsinki in 1999. PK-35 were later re-founded (the records added to those of the original club). - PPT Pori were re-organized to Jazz Pori in 1992. In total, PPT and Jazz have won 2 third level championships. - Sepsi-78 Seinäjoki merged with TP Seinäjoki in 2008 to form SJK Seinäjoki, who took Sepsi-78's divisional place. - TP-55 Seinäjoki changed name to TP Seinäjoki in 1994. - WP-35 Varkaus merged with VarTP Varkaus in 2001 to form WJK Varkaus, who took WP-35's divisional place.
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