ESTONIA

 

 

Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.

 

 

EST01 – FC LANTANA TALLINN  (JFK Nikol VMK) (FC Nikol-Markelor)

 

1951 TVMK  Tallinn, 1991 TVMV (Tallin Vineeri-ja Mõõblivabrik) Tallinn, 1992 JFK Tallinna VMK Nikol, 1994 FC Nikol-Marlekor, 1995 FC Lantana, 2000 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1991); ground: Viimsi; colours: blue.

 

EST02 - FC NORMA TALLINN

 

1959 FC Norma, 1997 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1991); ground: Rannavärana; colours: yellow-black.

 

EST03 - FC FLORA TALLINN

 

1990 FC Flora; at the 1st level in the 2018 season; ground: Le Cock Arena; colours: green-white.

 

EST04 - TALLINNA SADAM JPK

 

1992 Sadam JPK, 1999 dissolved (+ Olümpu Maardu => FC Levadia Maardu); ground: Kadrioru; colours: yellow-black.

 

EST05 – TALLINNA FCI LEVADIA  (FC Levadia Maardu) (MTÜ SK FC Levadia new)

 

1993 Olümpu Maardu, 1999 FC Levadia Maardu (+ Tallinna Sadam JPK), 2004 FC Levadia Tallinn, 2011 MTÜ SK FC Levadia Tallinn, 2017 + FCI Tallinn => Tallinna FCI Levadia; at the 1st level in the 2018 season; ground: Kadrioru Staadion; colours: white-green.

 

EST06 – JK TULEVIK VILJANDI

 

1990 FK Viljandi, 1991 Viljandi JK, 1992 JK Tulevik, 1997 (+ Lelle SK); at the 1st level in the 2018 season; ground: Linnastaadion; colours: yellow-blue.

 

EST07 – JK NARVA TRANS

 

1979 Avtomobilist, 1985 Avtobaas, 1991 JK Trans, 1997 FC Trans, 2008 JK Narva Trans (in the USSR league until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2018 season; ground: Kreenholmi Staadion; colours: black-yellow.

 

EST08 – FC LEVADIA TALLINN (old)

 

1999 FC Maardu, 2001 FC Levadia Tallinn, 2004 dissolved (=> JK Merkuur Tartu); ground: Viimsi; colours: white-green.

 

EST09 – TALLINNA VMK  (FC Markelor)

 

1980 FC Vigri, 198. Vigri-Marat, 1991 FC Vigri, 1993 FC Tevalte, 1995 FC Tevalte-Marlekor, 1996 FC Marlekor, 1997 Tallinna VMK, 2008 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1991); ground: Kalev; colours: blue.

 

EST10 – NÕMME KALJU FC TALLINN  (Nõmme JK Kalju)

 

 

1923 Nõmme JK, 2014 Nõmme Kalju FC (in the USSR league until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2018 season; ground: Hiiu Staadion; colours: black-white.

 

EST11 – JK SILLIMÄE KALEV

 

1951 JK Sillimäe Kalev (in the USSR league until 1991); at the 4th level in the 2018 season; ground: Sillamäe Kalevi Staadion; colours: blue-white.

 

EST12 – FC SANTOS TARTU

 

2006 FC Santos, 2008 (+ Tartu JPK Välk 494); at the 2nd level in the 2018 season; ground: Annelinna Gümnaasium Staadion; colours: red-white.

 

EST13 – FCI TALLINN  (FC Infonet)

 

2002 FC Infonet, 2011 (+ FC Bercy, + FC Atletik), 2017 FCI (Football Club Infonet) Tallinn, dissolved (+ MTÜ SK FC Levadia Tallinn => Tallinna FCI Levadia); ground: Infonet Lasnamäe; colours: red-white.