A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia: FC Flora Tallinn-JK Narva Trans (2-0) Matchday


The Le Coq Arena is Estonia’s most modern stadium, and also the national stadium. It boasts a capacity of 9,692 in addition to luxuries such as under-soil heating. Around the stadium are smaller practice fields used by minor clubs, as well as a large sports shop (where I was able to find the jerseys I was looking for). The match write up is here.

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Kadriorg Stadium (Kadrioru Staadion), Tallinn, Estonia: FC Levadia Tallinn-Nomme Kalju JK Tallinn (2-1) Matchday


A few pictures of the top of the table clash between Levadia Tallinn and Nomme Kalju at the Kadriorg Stadium, the match write up is here. As you can see, Levadia’s fans came to party:

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Party time:

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Party time for Levadia:

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The final score: