Capacity: 9,690 (2,490 covered, 7,200 covered)
• Estonia's national stadium and the home ground of FC Flora Tallinn, the Lilleküla Stadium will stage three group games, both semi-finals and the final on 15 July.
• A multi-purpose venue, the ground also stages concerts – for which its capacity can reach 25,000 – and other events
• Also in the complex is the Sportland Arena, with a capacity of 500; several smaller clubs, including Flora's reserve team, play their home games here.
• Edgar Savisaar, mayor of Tallinn, said: "The city was the European Capital of Culture in 2011, when many sporting events took place here, and we still focus our attentions on sports. Despite the small size of our country, in sport we can consider ourselves amongst the top nations in the world. Your coaches may remember that Tallinn was an Olympic city in 1980. Two years ago we hosted the European Figure Skating Championships and more recently, last summer the 21st European Athletics Junior Championships."
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