Le Coq Arena, Tallinn

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Asula 4c, 11312 Tallinn + 372 627 9940

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    A. Le Coq Arena

    by BillNJ Written Mar 12, 2008

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    I was told that the A. Le Coq Arena is the home of the Estonian national football team (soccer in the States), but I did not visit there on my trip. They also have concerts there, including Aerosmith in July 2007. Since the arena is named after A. Le Coq beer (my favorite in Tallinn), it must be a great place!

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    FC Flora

    by bonio Written Jun 25, 2005

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    FC Flora, currently in the Estonian first division and play in the Le Coq arena. (same as the national team) The visitors were Tammeka from Tartu.
    a crowd of around 250 only in a stadium which must hold well over 10000 was a sad sight, the quality of football was not bad and the price to enter ? 40 Krooni around 2GBP or 3USD/ € good value. Also beer and tasty food on sale.
    For the record a 3 - 0 home win.

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    A le Coq stadium

    by bonio Written Jun 26, 2005

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    Home of Estonia's national football team and FC Flora, also to music events too I believe. Named after and presumably paid for by one of the largest brewers in Estonia.
    Modern and comfortable, a good place to watch any event.

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    Le Coq Arena - the National Stadium

    by ZeekLTK Written Aug 21, 2012
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    Le Coq is a bit away from Old Town, but it's the main stadium in not only Tallinn, but all of Estonia. With a capacity of just around 10,000, it certainly isn't an imposing stadium, but it's still worthwhile to catch a game here if you can. Besides hosting all of Estonia's international matches, it's also the home to FC Flora, one of the biggest clubs in Estonia.

    The venue also hosts concerts and various other events, but soccer is it's primary purpose. Attached to the front of the stadium is "Sportland", the only shop in the city that I could find which sold national team jerseys.

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