|Full name||FC Infonet Tallinn|
|Founded||29 January 2002|
|Ground||Infonet Lasnamäe Stadium|
|2017 season||Meistriliiga, 4th|
Formed in 2002, the club played in the Estonian top flight Meistriliiga from 2013 to 2017, and won the league in the 2016 season. In 2017, the club merged with Levadia, with the main team and first reserve disbanded, the second reserves, playing in the II Liiga, the fourth level, inherited the club's name.
The club was founded in 2002. Before the 2011 season, the club merged with Esiliiga club FC Atletik. They finished the 2011 season in second place, but were beaten in the promotion play-offs by Kuressaare 1–5 on aggregate. Infonet won the 2012 Esiliiga season and were promoted to the top tier Meistriliiga. Infonet finished its first season in the Estonian top division with 6th place.
The club's home ground was the Infonet Lasnamäe Stadium, also known as the Lasnamäe KJH Stadium. The stadium was built in 2003 and resurfaced in 2016. It has a capacity of 500. The team played their UEFA matches at A. Le Coq Arena.
Reserves and academy
- Winners (1): 2016
- Winners (1): 2012
- Estonian Cup
- Winners (1): 2016-17
- Estonian Supercup
- Winners (1): 2017
League and Cup
|2011||Esiliiga||2||36||19||11||6||101||47||+54||68||Maksim Rõtškov (40)||Third round|
|2012||1||36||26||5||5||94||33||+61||83||Manucho (31)||Third round|
|2013||Meistriliiga||6||36||10||8||18||36||56||–20||38||Manucho (6)||Fourth round|
|2015||4||36||17||11||8||50||32||+18||62||Vladislavs Kozlovs (12)||Fourth round|
|2016||1||36||24||8||4||74||33||+41||80||Vladimir Voskoboinikov (12)||Third round|
|2017||4||36||20||5||11||103||47||+56||65||Albert Prosa (27)||Winner||Winner|
|2018||II Liiga||2||26||18||3||5||71||29||+42||57||Aleksei Šved (16)||Quarterfinalist|
|2016–17||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||Heart of Midlothian||2–4||1–2||3–6|
|2017–18||UEFA Champions League||First qualifying round||Hibernians||0–2||0–1||0–3|
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