Fixtures

Finlandia - Ykkönen 80' 1 [1] RoPS v IF Gnistan [6] - 1-3
Finlandia - Ykkönen 10/02 13:00 1 IF Gnistan v TPS - View
Finlandia - Ykkönen 10/10 13:00 1 FF Jaro v IF Gnistan - View
Finlandia - Ykkönen 10/16 13:00 1 IF Gnistan v VPS Vaasa - View

Results

Finlandia - Ykkönen 09/19 13:00 1 [7] IF Gnistan v Jippo [10] W 1-0
Finlandia - Ykkönen 09/15 15:30 1 [2] TPS v IF Gnistan [6] L 3-0
Finlandia - Ykkönen 09/10 15:30 1 [6] IF Gnistan v EIF [5] L 0-3
Finlandia - Ykkönen 08/28 14:00 1 [6] IF Gnistan v Klubi-04 [10] W 1-0
Finlandia - Ykkönen 08/22 15:30 1 [10] MP v IF Gnistan [6] L 2-1
Finlandia - Ykkönen 08/18 15:30 1 [6] IF Gnistan v PK-35 [7] W 4-1
Finlandia - Ykkönen 08/14 14:00 1 [3] EIF v IF Gnistan [6] L 2-0
Finlandia - Ykkönen 08/11 15:30 1 [9] PK-35 v IF Gnistan [6] L 3-2
Finlandia - Ykkönen 08/07 12:00 1 [3] IF Gnistan v FF Jaro [4] L 0-1
Finlandia - Ykkönen 08/01 15:00 1 [2] IF Gnistan v RoPS [1] L 1-2
Finlandia - Ykkönen 07/28 15:30 1 [1] IF Gnistan v KPV [12] L 0-3
Finlandia - Ykkönen 07/24 14:00 1 [3] MuSa v IF Gnistan [2] W 2-4

Stat.

 TotalGospodarzeGoście
Matches played 36 19 17
Wins 16 7 9
Draws 6 5 1
Losses 14 7 7
Goals for 68 28 40
Goals against 56 24 32
Clean sheets 9 6 3
Failed to score 10 6 4

Wikipedia - IF Gnistan

IF Gnistan (The Spark in English) is a Finnish football club from the city of Helsinki, founded in 1924. The club is currently playing in the Ykkönen, the second tier of the Finnish league system. IF Gnistan play their home matches at Mustapekka Areena. Club's home district is Oulunkylä, which locates in northern part of the capital city.

The club is originally Swedish-speaking, but nowadays it is supported by Finnish-speaking majority also. The club was founded by a few Svenska Reallyceum and Åggelby Svenska Samskola students from Oulunkylä in 1924. IF Gnistan were multi-sport club and had several competitive departments including ski, athletics, swim and pesäpallo (Finnish baseball). Football department were founded in 1935, when the club joined Finnish Football Association Helsinki district. Later in the 1950s Gnistan had strong teams in orienteering, women's gymnastics, table tennis and cross country running alongside the classical sports.

During the late 1950s the club decided to dissolve all the other departments except for the football teams. When ski and athletics were eliminated, Gnistan turned to a football club, and named Jacob Söderman as their new chairman. They became a significant team in lower leagues of the capital region but never promoted to the top tier. After season 1994, they achieved their place to Ykkönen for the first time. They stayed in the second tier four years and then relegated back to Kakkonen in 1998. They have been in Ykkönen level three occasions.