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2000 Meistriliiga

Meistriliiga
Season 2000
Champions Levadia Maardu
Top goalscorer Lithuania Egidijus Juška (24)
1999
2001

Final Standing

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
Comments
1 Levadia Maardu
28
23
5
0
88
20
74
2001–02 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round
2 Flora Tallinn
28
16
7
5
51
25
55
UEFA Cup 1st Qualifying Round
3 TVMK Tallinn
28
14
6
8
54
29
48
Intertoto Cup 1st Round
4 Tulevik Viljandi
28
12
9
7
45
34
45
5 Trans Narva
28
12
7
9
64
40
43
UEFA Cup 1st Qualifying Round*
6 Lootus Kohtla-Järve
28
6
4
18
26
54
22
7 FC Kuressaare
28
5
4
19
25
68
19
Promotion/Relegation Playoff
8 FC Valga
28
2
2
24
11
94
8
Relegated

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; Pts = Points
C = Champions

UEFA Champions League First Qualifying Round
UEFA Cup First Qualifying Round
UEFA Intertoto Cup First Round
Relegation Playoffs
Relegated

* Qualified as Estonian Cup finalists

Promotion/Relegation playoff

November 5, 2000
Tervis Pärnu n/p * FC Kuressaare

November 11, 2000
FC Kuressaare n/p * Tervis Pärnu

* FC Kuressaare were awarded the playoff after Tervis withdrew due to unavailability of players active for the Estonian U-18 team.

Topscorers

Pos  Name Team Goals
1 Egidijus Juška TVMK Tallinn 24
Toomas Krõm Levadia Maardu 24
3 Maksim Gruznov Trans Narva 22
4 Vitalijs Teplovs TVMK Tallinn 13
Indro Olumets Levadia Maardu 13
6 Marius Dovydėnas Tulevik Viljandi 12
7 Sergei Bragin Levadia Maardu 11
8 Meelis Rooba Flora Tallinn 10
Dmitry Lipartov FC Narva Trans 10

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