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Puistolan Urheilijat The most famous youngster to progress from the club’s youth system is Petri Oravainen who has subsequently gained international honours. In Women’s Football Laura Österberg Kalmari and Minna Mustonen are other notable internationals who started with PuiU.
Puistolan Urheilijat Puistolan Urheilijat run a large number of teams including 3 men's teams, 2 ladies teams, 10 boys teams and 7 girls teams.
Puistolan Urheilijat PuiU Men's Team are competing in Section 3 (Lohko 3) of the Kolmonen administered by the Uusimaa SPL. This is the fourth highest tier in the Finnish football system. In 2009 PuiU finished in 8th place in Section 1 (Lohko 1) of the Kolmonen.
Puistolan Urheilijat Puistolan Urheilijat (abbreviated PuiU) is a sports club from Helsinki, Finland specialising in football, badminton, tennis, volleyball, bowling and fitness. The club was formed in 1929 and currently has 1,400 members. The men's football first team currently plays in the Kolmonen (Third Division) and its home ground is at the Puistolan liikuntapuisto.
Puistolan Urheilijat PuiU was established in 1929 and has spent many seasons in the lower divisions of the Finnish football league. The club has achieved one season in the third tier, the Kakkonen (Second Division,) in 2007 but their stay was short-lived as they were relegated at the end of the campaign.
Puistolan Urheilijat The club is proud to have gained the Nuori Suomi -sinetti (Young Finland Seal) which recognises the quality of its youth work. In Women's Football the club participated in the Naisten Liiga from 2007 until 2009 when they were relegated following a relegation play-off with Vasaan Sport.
Otto-Pekka Jurvainen He is a former youth talent of Puistolan Urheilijat of Helsinki. He has played for HJK as a youth player as well. He has represented Finnish national team on different youth levels on 33 occasions. He made his debut in the highest level of Finnish football, Veikkausliiga, on 13 May 2004. During that season, he played in 6 matches in the league for HJK and in 9 matches for the reserve team Klubi 04.
Laura Österberg Kalmari Österberg Kalmari played in Finnish clubs Puistolan Urheilijat, Malmin Palloseura and HJK before moving to the University of Portland in 2000. Kalmari returned to HJK to play in the inaugural UEFA Women's Cup in 2001–2002. HJK reached the semi-finals, and then she moved back to the United States to play with Boston Renegades in the W-League. In 2002, she moved to Swedish Damallsvenskan club Umeå IK, where she won the UEFA Women's Cup two years in succession. Österberg Kalmari also played for Djurgården/Älvsjö in 2005 and 2006, before moving to AIK in 2007.