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Round 22
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Round 18
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Round 17
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53.98
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WHAT IS THE ESTONIA MEISTRILIIGA

The Estonia Meistriliiga is the highest tier of the Estonian football league system. It is also known as the A. Le Coq Premium Liiga due to sponsorships reasons. After the inaugural season in 1992, the Meistriliiga has been held annually as the most expectable football championship, with the participation of the best professional and non-professional clubs in Estonia. 

 

Estonia MeistriliigaEstonia Meistriliiga

HOW IS THE STRUCTURE OF THE MEISTRILIIGA?

Estonia is a country in Northern Europe that has low temperatures in the wintertime so that the football championship often begins in March and finishes in November. There are 10 clubs taking part in the Meistriliiga. They play each other four times in the league.

At the end of the season, the last-ranked team is relegated to the Esiliiga (Estonia Second Division), and the second last-ranked team plays a two-legged play-off to keep a place in the Meistriliiga next season. Whilst, the winning team qualifies for the preliminary round of the UEFA Champions League, and the runner-up of the competition also has a spot for the Europa Conference League first qualifying round. 

2021 MEISTRILIIGA

The 2021 Meistriliiga was scheduled to begin on 5 March 2021, but it was delayed because of the Covid-19 pandemic until 13 March. The season will be finished on 5 December 2021. Flora are the defending champions.

FC Flora win the 2019 Estonia MeistriliigaFC Flora win the 2019 Estonia Meistriliiga

There are still 10 teams joining this season. There are 9 clubs from the 2020 edition and 1clubs promoted from the 2020 Esiliiga- Vaprus. As of 9 May 2021, FCI Levadia Tallinn are leading with 25 points in 10 games played. Paide Linnameeskond rank second with 23 points. This achievement is pretty far ahead of the third-placed team’s FC Flora with 17 points but in 7 matches played. For updated results, let’s check out the Estonia Meistriliiga standings on Betimate!

Teams in the 2021 Meistriliiga

Team

Location

Stadium

Capacity

Flora

Tallinn

A. Le Coq Arena

14,336

FCI Levadia

Tallinn

A. Le Coq Arena

14,336

TJK Legion

Tallinn

Kadrioru staadion

10,150

Nõmme Kalju

Tallinn

Kadrioru staadion

10,150

Vaprus

Pärnu

Pärnu Rannastaadion

1,501

Tammeka

Tartu

Tartu Tamme Stadium

1,500

Tulevik

Viljandi

Viljandi linnastaadion

1,084

Narva Trans

Narva

Narva Kreenholm Stadium

1,065

Kuressaare

Kuressaare

Kuressaare linnastaadion

1000

Paide Linnameeskond

Paide

Paide linnastaadion

1000

TITLES BY CLUBS IN THE ESTONIA MEISTRILIIGA

Flora are the most successful champions of the Estonia top league. They have won 13 times, ranked the second and third-place 6 times each until the 2020 season. The second-best team are Levadia. They are owning 9 titles in the competition. They are also the team having the most consecutive titles- 4 times (2006-2009).

These impressive achievements make Flora and Levadia become the dominant powers of the Meistriliiga that not any other team can reach today. 

Champions of the Estonia Meistriliiga

Club

Winner

Runner-up

Third Placed

Winning seasons

Flora

13

6

6

1993–94, 1994–95, 1997–98, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020

Levadia

9

9

3

1999, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014

Nõmme Kalju

2

2

4

2012, 2018

Lantana

2

1

2

1995–96, 1996–97

Norma

2

1

0

1992, 1992–93

TVMK

1

3

5

2005

FCI Tallinn

1

0

0

2016

Tallinna Sadam

0

2

1

 

Sillamäe Kalev

0

2

1

 

Narva Trans

0

1

6

 

Eesti Põlevkivi

0

1

0

 

Tulevik

0

1

0

 

Paide Linnameeskond

0

1

0

 

Nikol

0

0

2

 

ALL-TIME BEST PLAYERS IN THE MEISTRILIIGA

Until 6 December 2020, Maksim Gruznov is the best player of the Meistriliiga with 304 goals in 494 games of the league. Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko has 211 goals in 309 games and ranks in the second position. Tarmo Neemelo also has an impressive 

result with 196 goals in 450 matches.

Best goalscorers of the Meistriliiga

Rank

Players

Goals

Games

Average

1

Maksim Gruznov

304

494

0.62

2

Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko

211

309

0.68

3

Tarmo Neemelo

196

450

0.44

4

Andrei Krõlov

162

287

0.56

5

Vitali Leitan

162

418

0.39

6

Ingemar Teever

157

296

0.53

7

Dmitri Lipartov

153

333

0.46

8

Konstantin Nahk

153

481

0.32

9

Indrek Zelinski

146

276

0.53

10

Albert Prosa

133

297

0.45

REFERENCE SOURCES

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meistriliiga
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_Meistriliiga