Lilleküla Stadium

Coordinates: 59°25′17″N 24°43′55″E / 59.42139°N 24.73194°E / 59.42139; 24.73194
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Lilleküla Stadium
AddressJalgpalli 21
LocationTallinn, Estonia
Coordinates59°25′17″N 24°43′55″E / 59.42139°N 24.73194°E / 59.42139; 24.73194
OwnerEstonian Football Association
OperatorEstonian Football Association
Field size105 by 68 metres (344 by 223 ft)[2]
Opened2 June 2001
Construction cost131 million EEK (2002)
ArchitectHaldo Oravas
FC Flora (2001–present)
FCI Levadia Tallinn (2019–present)
Estonia national football team (2001–present)

The Lilleküla Stadium (also known as A. Le Coq Arena) is a football stadium in Tallinn, Estonia. It has a capacity of 14,336, which makes it the largest football stadium in Estonia.

Lilleküla Stadium was the home stadium of football clubs Flora and Levadia and the Estonia national football team. It was used for the 2018 UEFA Super Cup and the 2012 UEFA European U19 Championship.

In 2002, A. Le Coq bought naming rights for the stadium.

References[change | change source]

  1. "A. Le Coq Arena" (in Estonian). Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 15 August 2018.
  2. "A. Le Coq Arena staadion". Eesti spordiregister (in Estonian). Retrieved 15 August 2018.

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