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FC Haka

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Head Coach

Teemu Tainio

League Position
7

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Established
1934 (88 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Tehtaan kenttä
(3,516 Capacity)

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Location
Valkeakoski, Finland

Nicknames
Haka

Competitions
Finish Veikkausliiga
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avzubkof: 25/May/22
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Upcoming Events
28 May 22 FC Haka  -  FC Lahti
18 Jun 22 FC Haka  -  Mariehamn
22 Jun 22 SJK Seinajoki  -  FC Haka
09 Jul 22 HIFK Fotboll  -  FC Haka
18 Jul 22 FC Haka  -  Inter Turku

Latest Results
22 May 22 HJK Helsinki  4 - 1  FC Haka
17 May 22 FC Haka  1 - 1  SJK Seinajoki
12 May 22 KuPS Kuopio  2 - 1  FC Haka
07 May 22 FC Haka  0 - 2  VPS
29 Apr 22 AC Oulu  3 - 0  FC Haka

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FC Haka is a Finnish football club based in the industry town of Valkeakoski. It is currently competing in Finland's premier division of football, Veikkausliiga. It is one of the most successful clubs in Finland, with nine Finnish championships and 12 Finnish Cup wins.

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Tehtaan kenttä (Swedish: Fabriksplan) is a 1934 opened football (soccer) stadium in the 1st district of Valkeakoski, Finland, and the home of FC Haka. The stadium holds an attendance capacity of 3,516. The record for attendance is 6,401 and was set in a game against rival team HJK Helsinki in 1999. In addition to its history, the stadium is noted especially for its surroundings, while located in a big park and having the nearby UPM-Kymmene paper mill lay at the southwestern end of the pitch.

The name (lit. the factory pitch) derives from UPM's ownership of the stadium (until being sold in 2014) as well as the stadium's proximity to and open view of the paper mill characteristic to the town of Valkeakoski. Amongst others, these features contribute to considerations and references to the stadium as one of the most unique and beautiful ones in Finland.

The turf was changed from natural grass to artificial in November 2014.

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