FC Haka is a Finnish football club based in the industrial town of Valkeakoski. They currently feature in the Finnish Premier Division and are one of the most successful clubs in Finland, having won the Finnish championships nine times and the Finnish Cup 12 times.

FC Haka were established in 1934 as Valkeakosken. In 1949 they gained promotion to the Finnish top division and in 1955 won the first ever Finnish Cup.

FC Haka won their first Finnish league in 1960 and enjoyed a glorious 1960s. They won the league and the Cup three times each in this decade and also accomplished Finland’s first ever Double (in 1960).

FC Haka play their home matches at Tehtaan Kentta that can accommodate 3,516 spectators.

Country Finland Finland
City Valkeakoski
Founded 1934

Haka suffered relegation from the top flight in 1972 but returned immediately and won the Double again in 1977. In the early 1990s they assumed their current name but continued to win titles, winning the league in 1995,1998,1999,2000 and 2004.