The Estonia national football team played their first match in 1920. Things didn’t start well for the team as they lost 6-0 to Finland. The side has never qualified for a world cup or European championships.
In 1940 the country was occupied by the Soviet Union. The Estonia national football team did not play as a nation again until their independence in 1991. The team’s first FIFA recognised match came against Slovenia in 1992. A 1-1 draw in the capital Tallinn.
The first time the Estonia national football team attempted qualification for a world cup was in 1933. The game against Sweden in Stockholm was the first ever world cup qualifying match. The 6-2 loss was a sign of things to come for the team.
The side’s biggest win came against Lithuania in 1928. A 6-0 success. The Estonia national football team’s largest defeat was a 10-2 hammering against Finland in 1922.