Mestarien liiga 2019:

7.8.2019          FC Flora (EST) – PK-35 Vantaa 2-3 (1-0)                               A. le Coq Arena, Tallinna

10.8.2019        PK-35 Vantaa  – EBS/Skála (FO) 5-0 (1-0)                            Kadriorun stadion, Tallinna

13.8.2019        PK-35 Vantaa – BIIK Kazygurt (KAZ) 1-4 (0-2)                   Kadriorun stadion, Tallinna


Mestarien liiga 2017:

22.8.2017        Linfield FC (NIR) – PK-35 Vantaa 0-1                                        Seaview, Belfast

25.8.2017        PK-35 Vantaa – Shelbourne (IRL) 0-0                                       Seaview, Belfast

28.8.2017        PK-35 Vantaa – Medyk Konin (POL) 1-2                                  Solitude, Belfast


Mestarien liiga 2016:

23.8.3016        PK-35 Vantaa – CF Benfica (POR) 1-2                            Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

25.8.2016        PK-35 Vantaa – Newry City FC (NIR) 2-0                     Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

28.8.2016        PK-35 Vantaa – Avaldsnes IL (NOR) 0-2                      Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion


Mestarien liiga 2015:

11.8.2015        PK-35 Vantaa – FK Nove Zamky (SVK) 9-0                   Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

13.8.2015        PK-35 Vantaa – Rigas FS (LAT) 9-0                                Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

16.8.2015        PK-35 Vantaa – WFC Kharkiv (UKR) 2-1                       Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

7.10.2015        PK-35 Vantaa – FC Rosengård (SWE) 0-2                     Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

14.10.2015      FC Rosengård (SWE) – PK-35 Vantaa 7-0                     Malmö IP, Malmö


Mestarien liiga 2013:

8.8.2013          PK-35 Vantaa – Biljanini Izvori (MAC) 13-1                   Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

10.8.2013        PK-35 Vantaa – Pärnu JK (EST) 0-0                                 Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

13.8.2013        PK-35 Vantaa – PAOK FC (GRE) 2-1                                  Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

9.10.2013        PK-35 Vantaa – Birmingham City FC (ENG) 0-3             Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

16.10.2013      Birmingham City FC (ENG) – PK-35 Vantaa 1-0      DSC Stadium, Stratford-upon-Avon


Mestarien liiga 2012:

11.8.2012        PK-35 Vantaa –FC Noroc Nimoreni 6-0                                   Myyrmäen urheilupuisto

13.8.2012        PK-35 Vantaa- WFC Osijek (CRO) 3-1                                       Myyrmäen urheilupuisto

16.8.2012        PK-35 Vantaa – Glasgow City (SCO) 1-1                                  Myyrmäen urheilupuisto

26.9.2012        PK-35 Vantaa – Olympique Lyon (FRA) 0-7                            Myyrmäen urheilupuisto

3.10.2012        Olympique Lyon (FRA) – PK-35 Vantaa 5-0                            Stade de Gerland, Lyon


Mestarien liiga 2011:

11.8.2011        PK-35 Vantaa – KS Ada Velipoje (ALB) 10-0                Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

13.8.2011        PK-35 Vantaa – Slovan Bratislava (SVK) 1-0               Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

16.8.2011        PK-35 Vantaa – RTP Unia (POL) 1-1                             Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

28.9.2011        PK-35 Vantaa – Rayo Vallecano (ESP) 1-4                  Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion

6.10.2011        Rayo Vallecano (ESP) – PK-35 Vantaa 3-0         Ciudad Deportiva Fundacion, Madrid



Kansainväliset harjoitusottelut:

2020: Viro – PK-35 Vantaa 0-2

2018: AIK – PK-35 Vantaa 4-4

2018: PK-35 Vantaa – Viro 2-0

2018: Viro – PK-35 Vantaa 0-1

2016: Djurgårdens IF – PK-35 Vantaa 2-3

PK-35 Vantaa is a football club dedicated to women’s football. The women’s team competes for the Finnish championship in the Women’s League (Naisten Liiga). PK-35’s affiliate clubs are PK-35 (500 members) and Vantaan Jalkapalloseura (1500 members).


The roots of PK-35 Vantaa date back to 1935 and the city of Vyborg, where 36 footballers came together at the club’s inaugural meeting. This meeting held on 19th September 1935 elected to name the club Vyborg Football Club, or ViPK.

The club’s operations resumed in Vyborg all the way to the year 1939, at which time the club was disbanded because of the war. Operations were reinstated in Helsinki in 1948 and the club’s name was changed to Pallokerho-35 ry.


The men’s and women’s first teams migrated to Vantaa for the 2009 season. Since then the team’s operations have gone on in the embrace of Myyrmäki Stadium under the name of PK-35 Vantaa.

The women’s team has won six Finnish Women’s League championships and four national cups. It has also made the round of 32 in the UEFA Women’s Champions League every year that it has competed in it. The men’s teams operation ended after 2016 season.

The club’s goal is to consolidate itself as one of Finland’s leading football clubs in women’s football and to offer players a career path all the way from the minors to the first teams. PK-35 Vantaa provides excellent year-round training conditions not only for the youth already playing for PK-35 and VJS, but also for other young footballers from Vantaa and those who possess a red and black heart.



PK-35 Vantaa ry
Raappavuorentie 6, 01600 Vantaa


Kaj Björkqvist
General Manager
+358 44 538 3447