Tampereen Kilpa-Veljet (1929–1958)
Ice hockey department (since 1945)
Koo-Vee (since 1958)
KOOVEE Jääkiekko ry
|Location||Tampere , Finland|
|Club colors||yellow, red, black|
|executive Director||Vesa Leinonen|
|Head coach||Jyrki Rantala|
|2009/10 season||3rd place|
Koo-Vee is a Finnish sports club from Tampere , whose parent club was founded in 1929. The ice hockey department was founded in 1945 and has belonged to the Suomi-sarja , Finland's third division , since 2007 . The division's home games are played in Hakametsä 2 .
The Tampereen Kilpa-Veljet (TK-V) sports club was founded in 1929. The first game in the ice hockey section was played in 1945. In 1958 the club was renamed Koo-Vee.
The greatest success in the club's history was winning the Finnish championship in 1968. As a result, Koo-Vee qualified for the European Cup in 1968/69 , but did not take part. In 1977 another success could be achieved with the runner-up title. Overall, the men's team belonged to the top division for 27 years.
In the 2006/07 season the club belonged to the Mestis , Finland's second division. At the end of the season, he was relegated to the third-class Suomi-sarja .
- Finnish champion 1968
- Finnish cup winner 1968
- Finnish runner-up in 1959, 1962, 1964
Blocked jersey numbers
Well-known former players
- Official website (Finnish)