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The association football champions of Finland are the winners of the highest league in Finnish football, which is currently the Veikkausliiga (Swedish: Tipsligan) . It has been played since 1990. The first 21 championship titles were decided with cup competition. From 1930 to 1989 the highest division was known as Mestaruussarja. Veikkausliiga seasons 1990 and 1991 were played under the name "Futisliiga" (Swedish: Fotbollsligan).

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  • The association football champions of Finland are the winners of the highest league in Finnish football, which is currently the Veikkausliiga (Swedish: Tipsligan) . It has been played since 1990. The first 21 championship titles were decided with cup competition. From 1930 to 1989 the highest division was known as Mestaruussarja. Veikkausliiga seasons 1990 and 1991 were played under the name "Futisliiga" (Swedish: Fotbollsligan). (en)
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  • The association football champions of Finland are the winners of the highest league in Finnish football, which is currently the Veikkausliiga (Swedish: Tipsligan) . It has been played since 1990. The first 21 championship titles were decided with cup competition. From 1930 to 1989 the highest division was known as Mestaruussarja. Veikkausliiga seasons 1990 and 1991 were played under the name "Futisliiga" (Swedish: Fotbollsligan). (en)
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  • List of Finnish football champions (en)
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