2014 Meistriliiga

The Meistriliiga 2014 is the 24th season of the highest Estonian football league of gentlemen. The Estonian Championship which is officially known as A. Le Coq Premium liiga discharged, began on March 1, 2014 and ends on November 8, 2014, the 36th game day. As defending champion FC Levadia Tallinn starts to the season.

  • 6.1 Own goals

Course of the season

The league consisted of ten teams as last season. Defending champion FC Levadia Tallinn. Up from the Esiliiga is the Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv. The last station was established in the relegation matches in November 2013 between the JK Tammeka Tartu and Rakvere JK Tarvas with last year's Meistriliiga Club prevailed from Tartu. By licensing breaches of the parent association of Tammeka the breakaway youth or Second Team will participate in the 2014 season in the Upper House.

The championship will be played in a regular season in two round and two rear round games. Each team occurs four times against any other team. The-table descends into the second-class Esiliiga, the 9th place finisher playing in the Relegation. In case of equality is one of the direct comparison.



Standings and last




At the end of the regular season enters the ninth -placed of the Meistriliiga, against the runner-up of Esiliiga, in the relegation.

Cross Table

The cross table presents the results of all games this season represents the home team is listed in the left column, the visiting team on the top line. The teams play four times against each other, so that a total of 36 games are to be completed, two home and two away games.

Top scorers

Own goals