1921 Estonian Football Championship

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Estonian Championship
Season 1921
Champions VS Sport Tallinn (1st title)
Matches played 4
Goals scored 20 (5 per match)
Top goalscorer Heinrich Paal (3)

The 1921 Estonian Football Championship was the first football league season in Estonia. It was played as a knock-out tournament between September 25 and October 13. Four teams took part in the competition – three from Tallinn and one from Narva. All the games were played at Tiigiveski Stadium in Tallinn and refereed by Alexander McKibbin. Top scorer was Heinrich Paal with 3 goals, followed by Vladimir Tell and Oskar Üpraus with two. VS Sport Tallinn won 5–3 against Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi and thus became the first ever champions of Estonia.[1]


After normal time, the match was to be played until the first goal, but after 130 minutes and no goals it was abandoned due darkness.




  1. ^ Luik, Margus, Estonian Football 100 years, ML Agency, p. 463, ISBN 978-9949-18-257-2