Aki Riihilahti, 43, who once had a great football career both at home and abroad and is currently the CEO of HJK, and his wife, Tea, have divorced, according to IS.
The parties confirm that the distinction was made to IS at the end of last year. However, they do not want to comment on their resignation in public.
According to IS's information, the ex-couple resigned peacefully without drama, but at least the divorce papers have not yet been filed with the Helsinki District Court.
Aki and Tea Riihilahti has two children, a five-year-old son and a three-year-old daughter.
The couple married in the summer of 2013, but together they have been for 13 years.
Aki and Tea Riihilahti were seen at the Castle party in 2014.
Photo: Antti Hämäläinen
Aki Riihilahti played as a professional for more than 15 years at the top of Finnish football in 1995–2011. In addition to Finnish fields, he was seen in series in Norway, Germany, England and Sweden, among others.
In the Finnish national team, Aki Riihilahti played 69 A national matches. Since his active career, he has served as Vice-Chairman of the Board of the European Clubs, in addition to which he has held a number of positions of trust in the European Football Association (UEFA).
Aki and Tea Riihilahti have been photographed as a couple, for any occasion they have come to. In 2014, they were one of the most photographed couples at the Independence Day reception of President Sauli Niinistö and Mrs. Jenni Haukio.
Now they live their own lives, the absolute centers of which are, of course, children in common.