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Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi PJK Men's Team are competing in the Kolmonen (Third Division) section administered by the Tampere SPL. This is the fourth highest tier in the Finnish football system. In 2009 PJK finished in last place in Group B of the Kakkonen (Second Division) and were relegated.
Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi PJK /2 are participating in the Nelonen (Fourth Division) administered by the Tampere SPL.
Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi PJK /3 are participating in Section 1 (Lohko 1) of the Kutonen (Sixth Division) administered by the Tampere SPL.
Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi PJK was established in 1993 and has played in the lower levels of Finnish football (mainly in Divisions 3 and 4). The one exception was in 2009 when the club spent a season in the third tier, the Kakkonen (Second Division).
Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi PJK's most notable former player is Miki Sipiläinen who played for the club in the 2008 season.
Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi (abbreviated PJK) is a football club from Pirkkala, Finland. The club was formed in 1993 and their home ground is at the Pirkkalan keskuskenttä. The men's first team currently plays in the Kolmonen (Third Division).
Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi In 2008 and 2009 the club’s ladies team played in the Ladies Kakkonen (Second Division) – Group B. The Men's futsal team reached the Finnish Cup semi-finals in the 2007–2008 season.
Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi Pirkkalan Jalkapalloklubi run a number of teams including 3 men's teams, 1 ladies team, 1 men's veterans team, 11 boys teams and 1 girls team. In total the club has a total of more than 300 registered players.
Pirkkalan pyhät pihlajat Pirkkalan pyhät pihlajat (Finnish: "The Holy Rowan Trees of Pirkkala") is a historical novel by Finnish author Kaari Utrio, first published in 1976.
Pirkkalan pyhät pihlajat The novel is divided into six parts. The first part sets the historical background from A.D. 800 to 1250 for the location of the holy rowan trees of Pirkkala. The rest five parts have each their own first person narrator (Filippa, Aleidis Ragvaldintytär, Kaarle Kustaanpoika, Barbara Catillina and Tuomas Haukka, respectively). The parts are divided into chapters and concentrate on years A.D. 1280-82 with flashbacks to earlier times.