Fixtures

Finland Kakkonen Group A 34' - [9] FC Futura vs Atlantis [7] - 0-3
Finland Kakkonen Group A 08/20 14:00 - Atlantis vs LaPa - View
Finland Kakkonen Group A 08/26 16:00 - Kiffen vs Atlantis - View
Finland Kakkonen Group A 09/06 15:15 - Atlantis vs Reipas - View
Finland Kakkonen Group A 09/10 12:00 - PK Keski-Uusimaa vs Atlantis - View
Finland Kakkonen Group A 09/18 12:00 - Atlantis vs NJS - View

Results

Finland Kakkonen Group A 08/09 16:00 - [7] Atlantis v KUPS Akatemia [10] W 1-0
Finland Kakkonen Group A 07/30 14:00 - [8] Atlantis v Jippo [1] D 2-2
Finland Kakkonen Group A 07/23 14:00 - [7] Atlantis v KaPa [5] L 1-2
Finland Kakkonen Group A 07/09 15:30 - [11] PeKa v Atlantis [7] D 0-0
Finland Kakkonen Group A 07/02 14:00 - [6] Atlantis v PPJ [8] W 2-0
Finland Kakkonen Group A 06/21 16:00 - [9] Atlantis v PK Keski-Uusimaa [2] W 4-1
Finland Kakkonen Group A 06/18 15:30 - [7] Reipas v Atlantis [9] L 4-1
Finland Cup 06/14 15:30 12 Lahti v Atlantis L 4-2
Finland Kakkonen Group A 06/11 14:00 - [6] Atlantis v Kiffen [5] L 0-3
Finland Kakkonen Group A 06/05 15:30 - [12] LaPa v Atlantis [5] L 3-2
Finland Kakkonen Group A 05/29 13:00 - [6] Atlantis v FC Futura [3] W 1-0
Finland Cup 05/25 15:30 11 Jippo v Atlantis W 1-3

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 31 13 18
Wins 11 6 5
Draws 9 4 5
Losses 11 3 8
Goals for 55 26 29
Goals against 49 16 33
Clean sheets 9 5 4
Failed to score 5 1 4

Wikipedia - Atlantis FC

Atlantis FC is a Finnish football club, based in Helsinki. It currently plays in the third tier of Finnish football (Kakkonen).

History

The club was founded in late 1995 when Johanneksen Dynamo (founded 1980) and FC Norssi (founded 1985) merged. The name "Atlantis FC" was created by Gösta Sundqvist, singer of Leevi and the Leavings.

The team began to play in the third tier of Finnish football (the Kakkonen) in 1996 and in 1997 they were promoted to the Ykkönen. In 1999 the club reached the playoffs for promotion to the first tier (Veikkausliiga, or betting league in English, named for its sponsor) but lost to Vaasan Palloseura. The following year they achieved promotion to the Veikkausliiga. In 2001 Atlantis finished seventh in the league and won the Finnish Cup.

The club fell into financial difficulties and went bankrupt 2002 and their place in the Premier League was given to AC Allianssi. The club's reserve team is Atlantis Akatemia (Atlantis Academy) still continued in second division. 2003 it changed its name to Atlantis FC and in 2004 the club was promoted to the Ykkönen.

Atlantis' current manager is Markku Ritala and they play their home matches at Helsingin Pallokenttä. Sakari Tukiainen finished the season 2014 as the top goal scorer and setting a new league record with 40 goals for the Kakkonen.