The Lilleküla Stadium (officially called the A. Le Coq Arena for sponsorship reasons) is the largest football stadium in Estonia with a capacity of 14,336. It has been the home venue of the Estonia national football team and the club FC Flora since it opened in 2001. Since 2019, FCI Levadia Tallinn have also been playing their home matches at A. Le Coq Arena.
When the venue opened on the 2nd June 2001, it replaced the Kadriorg Stadium as the national football stadium of Estonia. The first match was a 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification match in which the Netherlands defeated Estonia 4-2, after the home side’s Andres Oper scored the first ever goal in the new stadium.
The stadium hosted the 2018 UEFA Super Cup between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid, with Atlético winning 4–2 in extra time. Ahead of the match, the ground underwent a renovation project which saw capacity increase from 10,000 to what it is today.
Tenants: Estonia national football team, FC Flora & FCI Levadia Tallinn
Address: Jalgpalli 21, 11312 Tallinn, Estonia
Tickets at A. Le Coq Arena
Estonia national football team Tickets
Tickets for Estonia international matches at A. Le Coq Arena are available to purchase through the Piletilevi ticketing website here.
FC Flora Tickets
Tickets for FC Flora matches are readily available to purchase on the day of matches or through the official website in advance here.
FCI Levadia Tallinn Tickets
FCI Levadia Tallinn tickets are available to purchase on match day at the stadium.
Location & Travel to A. Le Coq Arena
The A. Le Coq Arena is part of the Lilleküla Football Complex which also includes two grass surface pitches, two artificial turf pitches and an indoor hall. The stadium is located approximately 2.5 kilometres south of Tallinn’s old town, the capital city of Estonia.
Airport: Tallinn Airport is the largest airport in Estonia and is located approximately 4 kilometres southeast of the city. The airport has a number of flights across Europe, with a limited number to Africa and Asia. The best way of reaching downtown Tallinn is by tram, with line 4 taking approximately 20 minutes to run from the airport.
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Bus: There are a number of bus services that run close to the stadium – number 23 and 23A stop at “Kotka”, with numbers 5, 18, 20, 20A, 28, 32, 36 stopping at “Tallinn-Väike”.
Train: Lillekula station is a short walk from the stadium, with a frequent service from Tallinn Baltic Station taking less than 5 minutes. Alternatively, Lillekula station is a similar distance away but services are less frequent. From Tallinn Station you can travel across Estonia as well as internationally to St Petersburg and Moscow.
Tram: Tram line 3 and 4 stops at Vineeri station, a 10 minute walk from the stadium.
Walk: Walking from Tallinn city centre takes about 30 minutes, from Pärnu mnt viaduct keep to the right, cross the railway crossing and you will see the stadium.