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VPS Vaasa

VPS Vaasa is a football (soccer) club from Finland.

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About VPS Vaasa

Vaasan Palloseura (or VPS) is a Finland football (soccer) club, based in Vaasa. It currently plays in the Finnish Premier Division (Veikkausliiga). The club's coach (sport) is Tommi Pikkarainen and assistant manager is Petri Vuorinen. The club plays its home matches at Hietalahti, Vaasa. VPS played twice in the UEFA Cup in UEFA Cup 1998-99 and in UEFA Cup 1999-00, but were knocked out in the 2nd Qualifying Round by Grazer AK of Austria and in the 1st Qualifying Round by St Johnstone F.C. of Scotland.

Achievements

- Mestaruussarja/Veikkausliiga:
- - Winners (2): 1945, 1948
- - Runners-up (5): 1932, 1940–1941, 1949, 1997, 1998

- Finnish Cup:
- - Runners-up (1): 1972

- Finnish League Cup:
- - Winners (2): 1999, 2000
- - Runners-up (1): 1997

European Campaigns


Season to season


- 14 seasons in Veikkausliiga
- 4 seasons in Ykkönen

- Patrice Ollo N'Doumba (2009–10)
- Tomer Chencinski
- Dean Edwards (footballer) (1982–85)
- Keijo Huusko
- Jyrki Huhtamäki

- Jussi Jääskeläinen
- Tommi Kautonen
- Jani Lyyski
- Tomas Nygård
- Juha Reini
- Henri Sillanpää

- Kimmo Tarkkio
- Roy Essandoh (1998–00) 50 apps 7 goals
- Tomasz Arceusz
- Kwon Jung-Hyuk
- Björn Stringheim
- Greg Eckhardt

Managers


- Nuutti Lintamo (1945–46)
- Heikki Kultti (1945–48)
- Geza Toldi (1948–49)
- Tauno Koistinen (1950)
- Jussi Sillanpää (1951)
- Tauno Koistinen (1952–53)
- Martti Häyhä (1954–58)
- Ole Stolpe (1959)
- Erkki Riihimäki (1960–62)
- Niilo Kinnunen (1963)
- Jussi Sillanpää (1964–68)
- Jovan Jeftic (1969–70)
- Kari Dahlsten (1970–72)
- Raimo Hudd (1973)

- Eero Tuhkanen (1974–77)
- Pekka Mäkelä (1978)
- Erkki Myllyaho (1979)
- Esa Virta (1980–82)
- Raimo Hudd (1983)
- Jarmo Meltoranta (1984)
- Jerzy Wojtowicz (1985–87)
- Jarmo Meltoranta (1988–89)
- Markku Myötänen (1989–90)
- Boguslaw Hajdas (1991–92)
- Jerzy Wojtowicz (1993)
- Boguslaw Hajdas (1993–95)
- Tomasz Arceusz (1995)
- Heikki Suhonen (1995)

- Hannu Touru (1996–98)
- Sören Cratz (1999)
- Kimmo Lipponen (1999)
- Jukka Ikäläinen (2000–01)
- Keijo Paananen (2002)
- Stephen Ward (football coach) (2003–04)
- Jari Pyykölä (2005–07)
- Mika Koivumäki (2007)
- Janne Lindberg (2007)
- Tomi Kärkkäinen (2008–09)
- Petri Vuorinen (2009)
- Tommi Pikkarainen (2010–11)
- Petri Vuorinen (2011)
- Olli Huttunen (2012–)




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