A. Le Coq Arena

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A. Le Coq Arena
Lilleküla Stadium
Samba boys kick off the match in Tallinn.jpg
Location Tallinn, Estonia
Owner Eesti Jalgpalli Liit
Surface Grass
Opened 2 June 2001
Architect Haldo Oravas
Estonia national football team

A. Le Coq Arena (also known as the Lilleküla Stadium) is a football stadium in Tallinn, Estonia. As well as football matches, it also hosts various concerts and events. According to the plan, the stadium is unfinished.

It is the home ground of the Estonia national football team and FC Flora football club. The stadium has a capacity of 10,500.[1] Its capacity can also reach up to 25,000 for concerts. It is named after the Estonian beer company A. Le Coq. The address of the stadium is Asula 4c, 11312 Tallinn.

Reconstruction works began on the stadium in late 2016 to host UEFA Super Cup in 2018. During the reconstruction process a main entrance building, roof and new seats will be built. By the end of 2017 A. Le Coq arena will have a capacity of 15,000.

Sportland Arena[edit]

A part of the complex is the Sportland Arena (also known as A. Le Coq Miniarena) with seats for about 500 spectators, this field is the home of several smaller clubs as well as of the reserves of FC Flora.



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Coordinates: 59°25′16.65″N 24°43′55.38″E / 59.4212917°N 24.7320500°E / 59.4212917; 24.7320500

Preceded by
Philip II Arena
UEFA Super Cup
Host Venue

Succeeded by
Vodafone Park