Flora is often regarded to be the flagship of Estonian football due to the club policy of promoting young Estonian players through the ranks and several managers having coached both Flora and the Estonia national football team at the same time in the past.

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Founded in 1990, Flora was one of the founding members of the Meistriliiga, and is one of two clubs which have never been relegated from the Estonian top division, along with Narva Trans. Domestically, Flora has won 10 Meistriliiga, 7 Estonian Cup and 9 Estonian Supercup trophies. In international club football, Flora has won 1 Livonia Cup trophy.[3]

The club's home ground is the 9,692-seat Lilleküla Stadium, known as A. Le Coq Arena for sponsorship reasons. It is the largest football stadium in Estonia. Besides the stadium there is a training base with two grass surface and two artificial turf training pitches. Lilleküla Stadium is also used by the Estonian Football Association to host Estonia national football team matches and has been used to host concerts.

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Flora uses Sportland Arena artificial turf, situated across from the Lilleküla Stadium, during winter and early spring months for training and home matches.

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After the first season, the league was reformed to run from autumn to spring, as most of the European top-level football leagues do. Flora finished the 1992–93 season as runners-up with 34 points behind Norma, who claimed their second league title with 42 points.

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The stadium is located in Lilleküla, at Asula street 4c, Tallinn.[10]

FC Flora Tallinn, commonly known as Flora Tallinn, or simply as Flora, is a professional football club, based in Tallinn, Estonia.

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