Paide Linnameeskond

Paide Linnameeskond is a football club based in Paide, Estonia, that competes in the Meistriliiga, the top flight of Estonian football. The club's home ground is Paide linnastaadion.

Founded in 2004, the club has played in the Meistriliiga since 2009 and has never been relegated.

History

Paide Linnameeskond was founded in 2004 as a satellite club of Flora. The team entered the Western division of the IV liiga and saw four consecutive promotions from 2005 to 2008, when they were promoted to the Meistriliiga. Paide Linnameeskond finished their first season in the Estonian top flight in ninth place, but escaped relegation by defeating Warrior 2–1 on aggregate in the play-offs.

In July 2010, former Paide Linnameeskond player Meelis Rooba was appointed as manager. The club reached the 2014–15 Estonian Cup final, but lost to Nomme Kalju 0–2. Rooba resigned as manager after the 2016 season and was replaced by another former player, Vjatseslav Zahovaiko.

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Paide Linnameeskond