Latvia, Latvijas Mobilais Telefons Virsliga

Tables: Main Goals


Aggregate MP W D L F : A GD P
1 Liepajas Met. 32 25 4 3 96 : 23 (+73) 79
2 Ventspils 32 23 5 4 89 : 21 (+68) 74
3 Skonto 32 23 4 5 96 : 30 (+66) 73
4 FK Jurmala-VV 32 12 4 16 42 : 60 (-18) 40
5 RFS/Olimps 32 11 5 16 53 : 60 (-7) 38
6 Blazma 32 7 5 20 30 : 71 (-41) 26
7 Tranzits 32 2 10 20 22 : 65 (-43) 16
8 Daugava Riga 32 3 5 24 26 : 116 (-90) 14
9 Dinaburg 32 15 4 13 31 : 39 (-8) 49
Riga withdrew from the competition due to unpaid debts. They eventually merged with Olimps and created a new club called RFS/Olimps.
Vindava withdrew from the competition due to financial reasons.
Daugava and Dinaburg merged and remained under the Dinaburg name. Dinaburg will also take Daugava's Europa League 2009/10 spot.
Blazma won the promotion/relegation play-off in last season against Tranzits. However, after several mergers and withdrawals Tranzīts were also awarded a place in Virsliga, as the runners-up of First League.

Liepajas Metalurgs - 2nd round of qualifications for the Champions League
Ventspils and Jelgava (Cup winner) - 2nd round of qualifications for the Europa League
Skonto - 1st round of qualifications for the Europa League

Dinaburg were excluded from the league due to match-fixing related to betting which involved Dinaburg's president Oleg Gavrilov and head coach Tamaz Pertia. Dinaburg's remaining matches will be awarded to their opponents with 3:0.
Home - Away Table

Sort by: Aggregate Home Away MP W D L F : A P MP W D L F : A P
1. Liepajas Met. 16 13 2 1 50 : 8 41 16 12 2 2 46 : 15 38
2. Ventspils 16 11 3 2 48 : 14 36 16 12 2 2 41 : 7 38
3. Skonto 16 11 2 3 44 : 19 35 16 12 2 2 52 : 11 38
4. FK Jurmala-VV 16 5 2 9 16 : 30 17 16 7 2 7 26 : 30 23
5. RFS/Olimps 16 5 3 8 27 : 34 18 16 6 2 8 26 : 26 20
6. Blazma 16 5 1 10 19 : 32 16 16 2 4 10 11 : 39 10
7. Tranzits 16 1 7 8 11 : 25 10 16 1 3 12 11 : 40 6
8. Daugava Riga 16 3 2 11 15 : 58 11 16 0 3 13 11 : 58 3
9. Dinaburg 16 9 1 6 16 : 19 28 16 6 3 7 15 : 20 21
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