JK Tallinna Sadam

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Sadam Tallinn
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Full name Jalgpalliklubi Tallinna Sadam
Founded 1991
Ground Kalevi Keskstaadion, Tallinn
Ground Capacity 12, 000
Chairman
Manager
League

Tallinna Sadam is a now defunct Estonian football club that existed from 1991 until 1998. The club won Estonian cup in 1996 and 1997 and were Estonian Meistriliiga runners up in 1997–1998 and 1998 seasons. Before the 1999 season, Sadam merged with Levadia Maardu, under the name of Levadia Maardu (Levadia Tallinn Since 2004).

Achievements[edit]

1995–96, 1996–97

1996–97

Tallinna Sadam in Estonian Football[edit]

Year League Position Goals +/- Points
1992
III
2
+ 1
4
92/93
II
2
+38
26
93/94
I
5
+12
25
94/95
I
4
+18
25
95/96
I
4
+ 7
21
96/97
I
3
+ 4
24
97/98
I
2
+27
31
1998
I
2
+38
34

Tallinna Sadam in Europe[edit]

  • 1Q = 1st Qualifying Round
  • 2Q = 2nd Qualifying Round
Season Cup Round Country Club Score
1996/97 Cup Winners' Cup 1Q Ukraine FC Nyva Vinnytsia 2–1, 0–1
1997/98 Cup Winners' Cup 1Q Belarus FC Belshyna Babruisk 1–1, 1–4
1998/99 UEFA Cup 1Q Poland Polonia Warszawa 0–2, 1–3

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