Peter Kopteff

Peter Kopteff

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Peter Kopteff

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Peter Kopteff (born 10 April 1979 in Helsinki) is a Finnish footballer who currently free agent. He usually plays in the position of left winger.

He avoided the Finnish army service by taking a Hungarian passport.

Club career

Kopteff moved to Utrecht in the summer of 2006 from English club Stoke City. He has previously played for Jazz Pori and HJK Helsinki in Finland and for Viking in Norway.

31 August 2008, Kopteff signed a short-term contract to play for Aalesund for the remainder of the 2008 season. The contract was later extended through 2009.

International career

Kopteff used to be a regular squad member of the Finland national football team. Due to his lack of first-team football caused by an injury during his second season in Utrecht, he has not played international football since 2007, only limiting him to occasional call-ups. He has been capped 39 times and scored once. He was recalled to the national team in April 2009 against Norway.


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