FF Jaro

FF Jaro
Logo of FF Jaro
Full name Fotbollsföreningen Jaro Jalkapalloseura
Founded 1965
Ground Centralplan, Jakobstad
Capacity 5,000
Chairman Mikael Eklund
Manager Jimmy Wargh
League Ykkönen
2020 Ykkönen, 3rd

FF Jaro is a Finnish football club, based in the bilingual town of Jakobstad. It currently plays in Ykkönen. Home matches are played at the Jakobstads Centralplan.

Current squad

Updated 19 August 2020.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF Argentina ARG Guillermo Sotelo
3 DF Finland FIN Samuel Uusitalo
5 DF Finland FIN Toni Takamäki
6 DF Finland FIN Johan Brunell
8 FW Finland FIN Alex Ramsay
9 FW United States USA Will Inalien
10 FW Finland FIN Severi Kähkönen
11 MF Finland FIN Axel Vidjeskog
15 MF Finland FIN Markus Kronholm
16 FW Finland FIN Topi Järvinen
21 FW Finland FIN Jim Myrevik
22 DF Finland FIN Oskar Sandström
No. Pos. Nation Player
23 MF Finland FIN Benjamin Östman
24 FW Finland FIN Joni Remesaho
25 GK Finland FIN Emil Öhberg
26 MF Finland FIN Marcel Wargh
27 DF Finland FIN Aron Bjonbäck
28 DF Finland FIN Jusa Ihalainen
29 FW Finland FIN Anthony Olusanya
30 DF Finland FIN Jean-Claude Mabinda
35 DF Nigeria NGA Stanley Amuzie
36 GK Finland FIN Topi Valtonen
50 MF Brazil BRA Toró (on loan from HIFK)

Management and boardroom

Management

As of 25 November 2020[2]

Name Role
Finland Jimmy Wargh Head Coach
Serbia Pavle Milosavljevic Assistant Coach
Finland Pasi Katajamäki Goalkeeping Coach
Finland Glenn Sundkvist Fitness Coach
Finland Johan Hult Naprapath
Finland Jesper Ahlvik Masseur
Finland Niclas Sandström Kit Manager
Finland Veppe Tervaskangas Kit Manager
Finland Christian Gunnar Team Manager

Boardroom

As of 15 September 2020[3]

Name Role
Finland Mikael Eklund Chairman
Finland Fredrik Haga CEO

Season to season

International achievements

1996 UEFA Intertoto Cup

FF Jaro – France Guingamp 0-0
Romania Dinamo Bucharest – FF Jaro 0-2
FF Jaro – Georgia (country) Kolkheti Poti 2-0
Serbia Zemun – FF Jaro 3-2

Former managers

References

  1. ^ FF Jaro. "Joukkue". www.ffjaro.fi. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  2. ^ FF Jaro. "Joukkue". www.ffjaro.fi. Retrieved 15 September 2020.
  3. ^ "Toimisto" (in Finnish). FF Jaro. Retrieved 15 September 2020.

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