Georg Siimenson

Georg Siimenson (14 April 1912 – 12 June 1978[2]) was an Estonian international footballer who scored 13 goals in 42 games for the Estonian national side.[3]

Georg Siimenson
Personal information
Date of birth 14 April 1912
Place of birth Narva, Estonia
Date of death 12 June 1978 (aged 66)
Place of death Tallinn, Estonia
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Centre forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1930 TJK
1931 Estonia Tallinn
1932–1939 Sport Tallinn
1947–1949 Kalev Tallinn (7)
National team
1932–1939 Estonia[1] 42 (13)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only


  1. ^ "Kõik Eesti internatsionaalid" [All Estonian internationals] (in Estonian). Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
  2. ^ "ESBL — Siimenson, Georg". Biographical Lexicon of Estonian Sports (in Estonian). Spordikoolituse ja -Teabe Sihtasutus. 31 December 2010. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
  3. ^ "Estonia - Record International Players". RSSSF. Retrieved 6 November 2009.
1932 Estonian Football Championship

The 1932 Estonian Football Championship was the 12th official football league season in Estonia. Six teams, four from Tallinn and two from Narva, took part in the league. Each team played every opponent twice, one at home and once on the road, for total of 10 games. VS Sport Tallinn successfully defended their title, winning the league for the eight time in the club's history.

1936 Baltic Cup

The 1936 Baltic Cup was held in Riga, Latvia on 20–22 August 1935. It was the eighth time three Baltic states — Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania — came together to play a friendly tournament and determine the best team amongst them. Latvia won the tournament beating both opponents 2–1.

1937–38 Estonian Football Championship

The 1937–38 Estonian Football Championship was the 17th official football league season in Estonia. Eight teams took part in the league six from Tallinn, one from Pärnu and Narva. JS Estonia Tallinn finished first, clinching their fourth consecutive league title.

1938 FIFA World Cup qualification

A total of 37 teams entered the 1938 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds, competing for a total of 16 spots in the final tournament. For the first time the title holders and the host country were given automatic qualification. Therefore, France, as the hosts, and Italy, as the defending champions, qualified automatically, leaving 14 spots open for competition.

Due to the Spanish Civil War, Spain withdrew from the competition. The remaining 34 teams were divided into 12 groups, based on geographical considerations, as follows:

Groups 1 to 9 - Europe: 11 places, contested by 23 teams (including Egypt and Palestine).

Groups 10 and 11 - The Americas: 2 places, contested by 9 teams.

Group 12 - Asia: 1 place, contested by 2 teams.However, due to the withdrawal of Austria after qualifying (they had been annexed by Germany), only 15 teams actually competed in the final tournament. FIFA did not offer participation to the runner-up of the group that Austria had played in, Latvia.

A total of 21 teams played at least one qualifying match. A total of 22 qualifying matches were played, and 96 goals were scored (an average of 4.36 per match).

1938 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA – Group 1)

The four teams in this group would play against each other once. The group winner and runner-up would qualify for the 1938 FIFA World Cup held in France.

April 14

April 14 is the 104th day of the year (105th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 261 days remaining until the end of the year.

Estonia national football team

The Estonia national football team (Estonian: Eesti jalgpallikoondis) represents Estonia in international football and is controlled by the Estonian Football Association (Eesti Jalgpalli Liit), the governing body for football in Estonia. Estonia play their home matches at the A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn, Estonia.

Estonia's first match was held against Finland in 1920, being a 6–0 defeat. The team participated in the 1924 Olympic Games tournament, their only participation. In 1940, Estonia was occupied by the Soviet Union and did not regain independence (and the possibility of a national football team) until 1991. Estonia's first FIFA recognised match as an independent nation after the break-up of the Soviet Union, was against Slovenia on 3 June 1992, a 1–1 draw in the Estonian capital city of Tallinn.

Estonia have never qualified for the FIFA World Cup or UEFA European Championship. The team have however reached the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying play-offs, by finishing second in their qualifying group, before being drawn up against Ireland for a play-off tie, making 2011 the Annus mirabilis of Estonian football.

Estonia has also participated in the local sub-regional Baltic Cup championship, which takes place every two years between the countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Estonia has won the Baltic Cup tournament three times—most recently in 1938—which is the least of all three Baltic states.

The record for the most international caps by an international is held by Martin Reim with 157, who held the European record in 2009 until November of that year. In September 2016, Reim was appointed team manager. The record for most goals is held by Andres Oper with 38.

June 12

June 12 is the 163rd day of the year (164th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 202 days remaining until the end of the year.

List of Estonia international footballers

This is a complete list of Estonia international footballers – association football players who have played for the Estonia national football team.

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