Latvian First League 2007

Statistics of Latvian First League in season 2007.

Overview

It was performed in 16 teams, and FK Vindava Ventspils won the championship.

League standings

Key to colors in league table
1. liga Winners
Qualified to Virsliga for 2008
Relegated to lower division at the end of season
Position Club Played Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Points Goal Difference
1 FK Vindava Ventspils 30 26 2 2 116 11 80 +105
2 SK Blāzma Rēzekne 30 25 4 1 101 11 79 +90
3 FK Auda Rīga 30 20 5 5 104 31 65 +73
4 FK Metta/LU Rīga 30 18 7 5 67 23 61 +44
5 FK Jelgava 30 16 6 8 70 43 54 +27
6 FK Jaunība-Parex Rīga 30 16 3 11 71 51 51 +20
7 FK Kauguri-PBLC Jūrmala 30 14 4 12 67 55 46 +12
8 RFS/Flaminko Rīga 30 14 2 14 60 62 44 -2
9 FK Zibens/Zemessardze Ilūkste 30 13 3 14 79 68 42 +11
10 Valmieras FK 30 12 4 14 63 59 40 +4
11 FSK Daugava-90 Rīga 30 11 6 13 51 63 39 -12
12 FK Tukums-2000/TSS 30 11 3 16 61 75 36 -14
13 FK Multibanka Rīga 30 6 1 23 45 96 19 -51
14 FK Tranzīts Ventspils 30 4 4 22 29 103 17 -74
15 FK Abuls Smiltene 30 3 2 25 22 163 11 -141
16 FK Ilūkste/BJSS 30 2 2 26 8 93 8 -85

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