Stadium Information




Lilleküla Stadium


Asula 4c,

11312 Tallinn,


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Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


By Air

The nearest airport to the Lilleküla Stadium is Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport which is located approximately 5km from the stadium. The airport terminal building is fully accessible for disabled passengers with the terminal building having automatic entrance doors, lifts, ramps and accessible toilets.


Further details on accessible services available at the airport for disabled passengers can be found by clicking here.


Assistance at the airport can be reserved by telephoning the airport on +372 605 8288. Disabled passengers should also book assistance through their travel operator.


From the airport, disabled spectators should take tram 4 from the city side of the terminal building and alight at Tallinn-Väike stop. From here the stadium is an approximately 15-minute walk. Overall journey time takes approximately 40 minutes.


By Bus

The main bus routes to the stadium from the city centre are 5, 17, 17A, 18, 20, 20A, 23 and 36. These routes either stop at Koidu stop which is approximately a 15 minute walk from the stadium, Lilleküla Jaam stop which is around a 10 minute walk from the stadium or Tallinn-Väike stop which is an approximate 15 minute walk from the stadium. The majority of the bus network in Tallinn is fully accessible with most vehicles have low-level entry for wheelchair users and space for one wheelchair user. 


For more information on the accessibility of buses in Tallinn and to plan your journey, please click here.


By Tram

The nearest tram stops to the stadium are Tallinn-Väike and Koskla. Both tram stops are an approximate 10 - 15 minute walk from the stadium. 


The majority of the tram network in Tallinn is fully accessible and most vehicles have low-level entry for wheelchair users and space for at least one wheelchair user. For more information on the accessibility of trams in Tallinn and to plan your journey, please click here.


Accessible car parking

For domestic matches at the stadium, limited accessible parking is available just outside the stadium. Spectators are advised that there is limited signage to indicate the location of the car park and accessible parking spaces are not marked out. 

Getting a Ticket


No information on how to purchase match tickets was made available to CAFE.


The ticket office at the stadium is not accessible for wheelchair users.

Spectator Viewing areas


Accessible entrance points

The accessible entrance point is at Gate 1A.


Accessible viewing areas

The club have advised CAFE that there are 9 wheelchair user spaces located in the East Stand. All wheelchair user spaces have adjacent companion seating. Sightlines can be obscured at times.


Additional wheelchair user spaces are to be installed in the North Stand ahead of the UEFA Super Cup in August 2018.


Easy access seating viewing areas

There is no dedicated easy access seating identified by the stadium. It may be possible for spectators who require easy access seating to be given seats further along the row where wheelchair users are located.



There are two accessible unisex toilets are located in the East Stand and one in the North Stand.


There are food and drink concessions located close to the accessible viewing area. There are no low-level serving counters available. Concession areas have sufficient space for a wheelchair user to circulate.


The club shop has no level-entry access, only stepped access.


There is a first-aid room available that is accessible for wheelchair users.



Guide and assistance dogs are permitted to enter the stadium.


CAFE has no further information on the accessible services available at the stadium.

Useful Publications and Policies


For further guidance, please refer to 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience, available in 14 different languages here.

Ticket office at the Lilleküla Stadium

Ticket office at the Lilleküla Stadium

More Stadium Photos

Accessible seating area at the Lilleküla Stadium

Accessible seating area at the Lilleküla Stadium

Accessible seating area at the Lilleküla Stadium

Accessible seating area at the Lilleküla Stadium

Concourse area at the Lilleküla Stadium

Concourse area at the Lilleküla Stadium



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Translations provided automatically by Google



Aubrey Bingham

Match: Estonia vs Northern Ireland - 6/9/2011

Published: 17/10/2014


We made our way to the main stand, through security and asked a stadium employee where I should go to gain access to the stand. He pointed to a flight of approx 20 steps! After some discussion, I got 'hoisted' up the steps by staff and friends (a situation most wheelchair users try to avoid if at all possible).  The accessible area was in a reasonable position, situated at the rear of the first tier of seats in a level area at the half way line.   At half-time I made my way out onto the concourse behind the stand where the usual food, drinks and toilets are.  I couldn’t see an accessible toilet so I tried to get into the standard toilet but I couldn’t fit into any of the cubicles. I approached a member of staff and asked about the wheelchair accessible toilet, and after much scratching of heads and discussions on walkie-talkies, I was told there was no accessible toilets in the stadium!  I had no other alternative than to be lifted back down the steps, call a taxi, return to my hotel and use the toilet there, of course by which point the match was nearly over so I didn’t bother going back to the stadium. 


The stadium looked quite modern and had apparently had some sort of refurbishment recently, obviously access considerations weren’t part of their thinking!

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