|Association||Eesti Jalgpalli Liit (EJL)|
|Head coach||Jarmo Matikainen|
|Most caps||Kaire Palmaru (105)|
|Top scorer||Anastassia Morkovkina (40)|
|Home stadium||A. Le Coq Arena|
|Current|| 99 |
|Highest||71 (December 2013)|
|Lowest||99 (March 2019)|
(Kaunas, Lithuania; 19 August 1994)
(Šiauliai, Lithuania; 15 May 2010)
(Tartu, Estonia; 10 June 2012)
(Tallinn, Estonia; 1 March 2014)
(Reykjavík, Iceland; 17 September 2009)
(Le Havre, France; 28 October 2009)
The Estonia women's national football team (Estonian : Eesti naiste jalgpallikoondis) represents Estonia in international women's football matches and are controlled by the Estonian Football Association, the governing body for football in Estonia.
The Estonian language is a Uralic language of the Finnic branch spoken in Estonia. It is the official language of Estonia, spoken natively by about 1.1 million people; 922,000 people in Estonia and 160,000 outside Estonia. It is a Southern Finnic language and is the second most spoken language among all the Finnic languages.
Women's association football, usually known as women's football or women's soccer, is the most prominent team sport played by women around the globe. It is played at the professional level in numerous countries throughout the world and 176 national teams participate internationally.
The Estonian Football Association is the governing body of football, beach soccer and futsal in Estonia, established on 14 December 1921. It organizes the football league, including the championship which is called Meistriliiga, Estonian Cup and the Estonian national football team. It is based in Tallinn. EJL became a member of FIFA in 1923, but following Estonia's annexation by the Soviet Union it was disbanded. It became a member again in 1992 after Estonia reinstated its independence.
Estonia played its first international match on 19 August 1994 against Lithuania. The team's home ground is the A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn, and the current manager is Jarmo Matikainen. Estonia has never qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup or the UEFA Women's Championship. They have won the annual Women's Baltic Cup 10 times.
Lithuania women's national football team represents Lithuania in international football.
The A. Le Coq Arena is a football stadium in Tallinn, Estonia. It is the home ground of football club Flora and the Estonia national football team. With a capacity of 14,405, it is the largest football stadium in Estonia.
Tallinn is the capital, primate and the most populous city of Estonia. Located in the northern part of the country, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea, it has a population of 434,562. Administratively a part of Harju maakond (county), Tallinn is a major financial, industrial, cultural, educational and research centre of Estonia. Tallinn is located 80 kilometres (50 mi) south of Helsinki, Finland, 320 kilometres (200 mi) west of Saint Petersburg, Russia, and 380 kilometres (240 mi) east of Stockholm, Sweden. It has close historical ties with these three cities. From the 13th century until the first half of the 20th century Tallinn was known in most of the world by its historical German name Reval.
The following players were called up for a friendly against Belarus on 18 June 2019.
Caps and goals are correct as of 18 June 2019, after the match against Belarus.
The Belarus women's national football team represents Belarus in international women's football. The team is governed by the Football Federation of Belarus.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Getriin Strigin||7 July 1996||21||0|
|12||GK||Mari-Ann Ploompuu||20 May 1998||0||0|
|22||GK||Karina Kork||23 February 1995||4||0|
|GK||Anastasija Zabello||1 February 2001||1||0|
|3||DF||Ariina Mürkhain||22 June 1999||9||0|
|4||DF||Pille Raadik||12 February 1987||73||0|
|6||DF||Kristiina Tullus||12 September 1998||2||0|
|10||DF||Berle Brant||26 September 1989||19||0|
|14||DF||Karmen Piirimaa||2 August 2002||0||0|
|15||DF||Silja Goroško||15 July 1994||3||0|
|19||DF||Liis Lepik||2 October 1994||25||1|
|2||MF||Tuuli Tasa||12 November 2002||1||0|
|7||MF||Katrin Loo (captain)||2 January 1991||102||19|
|11||MF||Ave-Lii Laas||12 February 1999||2||0|
|16||MF||Kelly Rosen||23 November 1995||41||1|
|17||MF||Jana Pipar||23 January 1994||0||0|
|18||MF||Kethy Õunpuu||4 December 1987||97||3|
|5||FW||Emma Treiberg||19 November 2000||9||0|
|8||FW||Mari Liis Lillemäe||1 September 2000||14||0|
|9||FW||Signy Aarna||4 October 1990||81||26|
|13||FW||Kristina Bannikova||15 June 1991||62||4||Unattached|
|21||FW||Renate-Ly Mehevets||2 March 1999||2||0|
|20||FW||Ulrika Tülp||20 June 1991||15||1|
|23||FW||Gerli Israel||7 February 1995||9||0|
|FW||Getter Saar||9 November 1999||3||0|
The following players have also been called up to the Estonia squad within the last twelve months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Imbi Hoop||15 December 1988||20||0||v. |
|GK||Karina Piirimaa||30 August 2000||0||0||v. |
|GK||Diana Truu||28 August 1998||0||0||v. |
|DF||Maria Orav||7 April 1996||5||0||v. |
|DF||Inna Zlidnis||18 April 1990||76||0||v. |
|DF||Saskia Sonnberg||18 May 1991||15||0||v. |
|DF||Siret Räämet||31 December 1999||11||0||v. |
|DF||Diana Belolipetskaja||10 October 1998||2||0||v. |
|DF||Ketlin Saar||2 May 1997||32||1||v. |
|DF||Elizaveta Rutkovskaja||9 December 1997||9||0||v. |
|DF||Birjo Rasmussen||26 December 1994||0||0||v. |
|MF||Eneli Kutter||27 May 1991||60||2||v. |
|MF||Grete Daut||4 January 2000||2||0||v. |
|MF||Kaire Palmaru||11 August 1984||105||10||v. |
|MF||Anett Kadastu||25 September 1997||1||0||v. |
|MF||Kairi Himanen||11 November 1992||41||1||v. |
|FW||Maarja Saulep||9 May 1991||5||1||v. |
|FW||Liisa Merisalu||15 January 2002||4||1||v. |
|FW||Vlada Kubassova||23 August 1995||36||5||v. |
|FW||Lisette Tammik||14 October 1998||31||2||v. |
|FW||Anastasia Dodeltseva||30 July 1997||1||0||v. |
|FW||Kadri Reinik||19 September 2002||1||0||v. |
Recent results within the last 12 months and upcoming fixtures.
|31 August 20182018 Baltic Cup|| Estonia ||0–0||Tallinn, Estonia|
|17:00 (UTC+3)||Report||Stadium: TNTK Stadium |
Referee: Jeļena Jermolajeva (Latvia)
|2 September 20182018 Baltic Cup|| Latvia ||2–0||Tallinn, Estonia|
|16:00 (UTC+3)|| Voitāne |
|Report||Stadium: TNTK Stadium |
Referee: Reelika Turi (Estonia)
|4 October 2018 Friendly|| Estonia ||0–3||Tartu, Estonia|
|19:00 (UTC+3)||Report|| Dereń |
|Stadium: Tamme Stadium |
Referee: Kristo Tohver (Estonia)
|7 October 2018 Friendly|| Luxembourg ||0–4||Wiltz, Luxembourg|
|19:00 (UTC+2)||Report|| Kubassova |
|Stadium: Terrain Poetz-Weidingen |
Referee: Angelika Söder (Germany)
|8 November 2018 Friendly|| Hungary ||4–0||Telki, Hungary|
|20:00 (UTC+1)|| Szabó |
|Report||Stadium: Globall Football Park |
Referee: Karoline Wacker (Germany)
|27 February 20192019 Aphrodite Cup|| Estonia ||0–0||Parekklisia, Cyprus|
|10:00 (UTC+2)||Report||Stadium: Auxiliary Parekklisia Stadium |
Referee: Ioanna Allayiotou (Cyprus)
|28 February 20192019 Aphrodite Cup|| Lithuania ||0–1||Parekklisia, Cyprus|
|10:00 (UTC+2)||Report|| Bannikova ||Stadium: Auxiliary Parekklisia Stadium |
Referee: Loukas Sotiriou (Cyprus)
|2 March 20192019 Aphrodite Cup|| Cyprus ||1–0||Parekklisia, Cyprus|
|12:15 (UTC+2)|| Violari ||Report||Stadium: Parekklisia Community Stadium |
Referee: Ioanna Allayiotou (Cyprus)
|3 April 2019 Friendly|| Azerbaijan ||0–1||Baku, Azerbaijan|
|16:30 (UTC+4)||Report|| Merisalu ||Stadium: Dalga Arena |
Referee: Rahim Hasanov (Azerbaijan)
|6 April 2019 Friendly|| Azerbaijan ||0–0||Baku, Azerbaijan|
|12:00 (UTC+4)||Report||Stadium: Dalga Arena |
Referee: Aliyar Aghayev (Azerbaijan)
|14 June 20192019 Baltic Cup|| Latvia ||3–0||Riga, Latvia|
|18:00 (UTC+3)|| Miksone |
|Report||Stadium: Arkādija Stadium |
Referee: Rasa Imanalijeva (Lithuania)
|15 June 20192019 Baltic Cup|| Estonia ||0–2||Baldone, Latvia|
|14:00 (UTC+3)||Report|| Žižytė |
|Stadium: Baldone Stadium |
Referee: Jeļena Jermolajeva (Latvia)
|FIFA Women's World Cup record||Qualification record|
|Did not enter|
|Did not qualify||6||1||0||5||6||31|
|UEFA Women's Championship record||Qualification record|
|Did not enter|
|Did not qualify||6||0||0||6||0||43|
Women's Baltic Cup
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