Sport Facilities

Kadriorg Stadium
Roheline aas 24, 10150, Tallinn
Tallinn's Kadriorg Stadium was opened in 1926, mainly there are hold football and athletics competitions. During the Soviet regimen in Estonia the stadium name was "Dynamo Stadium". The stadium complex also includes a training ground. Kadriorg Stadium is the main athletics stadium in Estonia. Since 11th February 1999, the Stadium is administered by the Sports and Youth Department. Kadriorg Stadium has had since 2006 IAAFi (International Association of Athletics Federation) certificate, which allows to carry out high-level international competitions. The current IAAF Certificate was issued on 18 July 2011, after reconstruction of the competition arena. est
Kooli tn 1, 69104, Viljandi
Kohila Stadium
Kooli 1, Kohila, 79801, Kohila
Reconstruction works were completed in the fall of 2006.
Kose Stadium
Pikk 12, Kose, Kose vald, 75101, Kose
Kose Stadium was renovated in 2008. A new stadium was opened in July 2008 with the third BIG Golden League competition of the season.
Vallimaa tn 16a, 93819, Kuressaare