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List of Meistriliiga stadiums

0/18 grounds visited (0%)

 JK Tallinn Kalev JK Tallinn Kalev
Sportland Arena
Kadrioru staadion
Tiigiveski Ground (old ground)
Kalev Central Stadium (Kalevi Keskstaadion) (old ground)
Kalevi Keskstaadioni kunstmuru (old ground)
Kalevi Aed (old ground)
FC Flora TallinnFC Flora Tallinn
Sportland Arena
A Le Coq Arena
Harju JalgpallikoolHarju Jalgpallikool
Laagri kunstmuru
JK Narva TransJK Narva Trans
Narva Kalev-Fama Staadion
Narva Kreenholm Stadion
Kuressaare kunstmuru
Kuressaare linnastaadion
Levadia TallinnLevadia Tallinn
A Le Coq Arena
Sportland Arena
Maarjamae kompleksi kunstmuruvaljak (old ground)
Kadrioru staadion (old ground)
Nomme KaljuNomme Kalju
Hiiu Staadion
Sportland Arena (old ground)
Kadrioru staadion (old ground)
Paide LinnameeskondPaide Linnameeskond
Paide linnastaadion kunstmuruvaljak
Paide linnastaadion
Parnu JK VaprusParnu JK Vaprus
Parnu kunstmuru
Parnu Rannastaadion
Tartu JK TammekaTartu JK Tammeka
Tartu Sepa tanava staadion (Sepa Jalgpallikeskus)
Tamme Stadium

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Last updated: September 2023

Meistriliiga Information

Level on pyramid1
Relegation toEsiliiga A

Grounds in Meistriliiga Ordered by Capacity

1.A Le Coq Arena home to Levadia Tallinn14,405
2.A Le Coq Arena home to FC Flora Tallinn14,405
3.Kadrioru staadion home to JK Tallinn Kalev5,000
4.Narva Kreenholm Stadion home to JK Narva Trans3,000
5.Kuressaare linnastaadion home to Kuressaare2,000
6.Tamme Stadium home to Tartu JK Tammeka2,000
7.Parnu Rannastaadion home to Parnu JK Vaprus1,500
8.Kuressaare kunstmuru home to Kuressaare1,000
9.Narva Kalev-Fama Staadion home to JK Narva Trans1,000
10.Tartu Sepa tanava staadion (Sepa Jalgpallikeskus) home to Tartu JK Tammeka1,000
11.Hiiu Staadion home to Nomme Kalju500
12.Paide linnastaadion kunstmuruvaljak home to Paide Linnameeskond500
13.Parnu kunstmuru home to Parnu JK Vaprus500
14.Sportland Arena home to JK Tallinn Kalev500
15.Sportland Arena home to Levadia Tallinn500
16.Sportland Arena home to FC Flora Tallinn500
17.Paide linnastaadion home to Paide Linnameeskond268
  • Biggest stadium in Meistriliiga: 14,405 - A Le Coq Arena
  • Smallest stadium in Meistriliiga: 268 - Paide linnastaadion
  • Total capacity in Meistriliiga: 48,578
  • Average capacity in Meistriliiga: 2,699

Best supported teams in Meistriliiga

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.FC Flora Tallinn2
2.Paide Linnameeskond1
3. JK Tallinn Kalev0
4.Harju Jalgpallikool0
5.JK Narva Trans0
7.Levadia Tallinn0
8.Nomme Kalju0
9.Parnu JK Vaprus0
10.Tartu JK Tammeka0
  • Most fans in Meistriliiga: 2 - FC Flora Tallinn
  • Fewest fans in Meistriliiga: 0 - Tartu JK Tammeka
  • Total Meistriliiga fans: 3
  • Average number of fans in Meistriliiga: 0

Which team's fans have been to the most grounds in Meistriliiga?

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.FC Flora Tallinn78.50
2.Paide Linnameeskond6.00
3. JK Tallinn Kalev0.00
4.Harju Jalgpallikool0.00
5.JK Narva Trans0.00
7.Levadia Tallinn0.00
8.Nomme Kalju0.00
9.Parnu JK Vaprus0.00
10.Tartu JK Tammeka0.00
  • Most travelled fans in Meistriliiga: 79 grounds visited - FC Flora Tallinn
  • Least travelled fans in Meistriliiga: 0 grounds visited - Tartu JK Tammeka
  • Average # grounds visited in Meistriliiga: 7.68

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