07.05.2015 – +227% is Pärnu LM's record of increased audience so far compared to last season (although the club was playing in Esiliiga where average attendance was 89 people in 2014).
Pärnu LM will be FC Infonet first ever opponent at their real home ground on Friday. Joosep Sarapuu is just one game away from suspension.
13.04.2015 – Pärnu secong loss in a row (the third of the season) was a white wash since Sillamäe took a walk in the park by securing the three points with a 6-1 win, the first tennis-like result in Premium Liiga this season.
Kaarel Kaarlimäe will miss out the game against Nõmme Kalju for suspension.
Robert Kirss, on loan from Kalju, might miss the game for an agreement existing between the two clubs.
Taavi Laurits goal against Tammeka (below) was voted as best March goal by the Premium Liiga fans and followers
20.03.2015 – The enthusing win against Tammeka last week gave Pärnu an additional boost. The hero of the day, Taavi Laurits, hit the headlines with his personal story. 'I did only 10 trainings (before the start of the season -edit)' confessed the Pärnu striker who stood up from the bench and gifted Pärnu three points with a hattrick (see video below). Laurits is serving in the Estonian army and could train only few times with Pärnu and also with Kalev Tallinn to keep shape.
He told Eesti Päevaleht that he doesn't dream of a professional career any longer since a serious injury broke his dream and pushed Levadia to interrupt the relation with him.
16.03.2015 – Dream debut for Taavi Laurits in Premium Liiga. The 23-year-old striker came from the bench to score a hattrick that gave Pärnu the first three points of the season against a direct rival for the relegation zone. The last time Laurits scored in Premium Liiga was in in 2012 (21st of July) when he scored a brace against FC Kuressaare for FC Viljandi's 6-0 win. Video of Laurits' goals below.
11.03.2015 – The 5-2 suffered in Narva was a slap in the face for the newly promoted. Considering that Narva finished 7th last season and Tammeka 6th , the upcoming home debut will have to be taken as a test to understand whether Pärnu can compete with the clubs that managed to escape relegation last season.
Tomorrow the club will present the season 2015 in shopping center Pärnu Keskus at the local Sportland shop (4pm).