A. Le Coq Arena is the most modern and largest football stadium in the Baltic states.
A. Le Coq Arena is the centrepiece of the Lilleküla Football Complex, which also includes two grass surface pitches, two artificial turf pitches and an indoor hall National stadium. Artificial turf pitches and indoor hall belong to Estonian Football Association, whereas two grass pitches belong to FC Flora.
A. Le Coq Arena was officially opened on the 2nd of June 2001 with a 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification match between Estonia and the Netherlands.
In its short history, the stadium has hosted top football countries (Brazil, England, Croatia, Uruguay, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Spain, etc), internationally wellknown football clubs (Newcastle United, Galatasaray, FC Basel, Derby County, Wisla Krakow) and also world-famous rock stars (Lenny Kravitz, Aerosmith). In 2018, A. Le Coq Arenal hosted the UEFA Super Cup match between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
22 rows of seats on 5 floors with 28 VIP lounges make a total of 14 405 seats.
In autumn 2013, was opened The Estonia’s first full-sixe indoor hall. The EFA made it possible to engage in football all year round and provides an opportunity to organise exiting events. There is a stand with 516 seats for the spectators at the one end of the indoor hall.
There are several rooms of various sizes in the A. Le Coq Arena, which can be rented for office space, seminars and anniversaries.