Four venues will be used at the 2012 UEFA U19 Championship in Estonia
Capacity: 9,690 (2,490 covered, 7,200 covered)
Estonia's national stadium and the home ground of FC Flora Tallinn, the Lilleküla Stadium (pictured above) 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.
Capacity: 5,000 (1,300 covered, 3,700 uncovered)
The Kadriorg Stadium, located in the Kadriorg district of Tallinn around 2km east of the city centre and close to the Kadriorg Palace, will stage three group matches.
Building work began in 1924 with the ground opening two years later; the stadium was renovated in 1999-2000.
Home to JK Nõmme Kalju – and, before that, FC Levadia Tallinn – the Kadriorg was the venue for the Estonia national team's home matches.
Capacity: 2,300 (1,100 covered, 1,200 uncovered)
Primarily an athletics stadium the Rakvere Stadium will stage three group matches.
It is the home of amateur club Rakvere JK Tarvas, who were founded in 2004 and currently play in the second tier of Estonian football; the stadium underwent extensive renovations shortly before their arrival.
Rakvere is a town of almost 17,000 inhabitants, 100km away from the Estonian capital Tallinn – and only 25km from the Gulf of Finland coast.
Capacity: 869 (300 covered, 569 uncovered)
A track and field stadium, the Haapsalu Stadium will be the venue for three group matches.
The stadium, which is next to the Haapsalu Water Centre, is home to fourth division club Läänemaa JK and underwent extensive renovations ahead of the finals with its changing rooms, showers and massage rooms all improved.
Haapsalu is a seaside resort on the west coast of Estonia and the administative capital of Lääne county.
Information from UEFA.com