Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
07/01 15:30 1 IF Gnistan vs KPV View
07/01 15:30 1 KTP vs MP View
07/01 15:30 1 JaPS vs TPS View
07/02 14:00 1 SJK II vs FF Jaro View
07/02 14:00 1 PIF Parainen vs PK-35 View
07/02 14:00 1 PEPO vs EIF View
07/04 15:30 1 TPS vs KTP View
07/06 15:30 1 Ekenas IF vs Gnistan/Ogeli View
07/06 15:30 1 KPV vs JaPS View
07/06 15:30 1 PK-35 vs SJK II View
07/06 15:30 1 MP vs PIF Parainen View
07/06 15:30 1 FF Jaro vs PEPO View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
06/23 15:30 1 [6] SJK II vs PEPO [10] 2-2
06/22 15:30 1 [12] PIF Parainen vs FF Jaro [9] 0-2
06/22 15:30 1 [7] KPV vs EIF [3] 1-1
06/22 15:30 1 [5] JaPS vs MP [8] 1-4
06/22 15:30 1 [4] KTP vs PK-35 [11] 4-0
06/22 15:30 1 [2] IF Gnistan vs TPS [1] 0-1
06/18 17:00 1 [11] PK-35 vs JaPS [6] 2-2
06/18 14:00 1 [11] PEPO vs PIF Parainen [12] 2-1
06/18 14:00 1 [5] EIF vs SJK II [3] 5-0
06/18 14:00 1 [8] MP vs IF Gnistan [2] 1-1
06/18 14:00 1 [9] FF Jaro vs KTP [4] 2-2
06/18 12:00 1 [1] TPS vs KPV [7] 5-0

Wikipedia - Ykkönen

Ykkönen (Finnish for 'Number One'; Swedish: Ettan) is the second highest level of the Finnish football league system (after the Veikkausliiga), although it is the highest league managed by the Football Association of Finland. The teams also play a pre-season league cup, the Ykköscup.

History

The first league format competition in the second level of Finnish football was called Suomensarja, which was founded in 1936. Before the inauguration of the Suomensarja, from 1930 to 1935, there had been special qualification matches for the right to play in the Mestaruussarja.

In the autumn of 1969, the Finnish football underwent a league system reform, and the Suomensarja was renamed II divisioona, or 2nd Division, with regional sections.

In 1973, this level of football in Finland became nationwide, and the new name was 1. divisioona (First Division). The name Ykkönen has been used since 1995.