1994 in Estonian football

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1994 in Estonian football
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Meistriliiga champions
FC Flora Tallinn
Esiliiga champions
JK Pärnu Kalev
Estonian Cup winners
FC Norma Tallinn
Teams in Europe
FC Norma Tallinn, FC Flora Tallinn
Estonian national team
1994 Baltic Cup
1996 UEFA Euro qualifying
Estonian Footballer of the Year
Mart Poom

The 1994 season was the third full year of competitive football (soccer) in Estonia since gaining independence from the Soviet Union on 20 August 1991.

National Leagues[edit]

Meistriliiga[edit]

Esiliiga[edit]

Estonian FA Cup[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

Semifinals[edit]


FC Norma 0 – 0
1 – 1
FC Flora


Final[edit]

National team[edit]

Senior team[edit]

Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Estonia scorers Fixture
1994-03-09 Paralimni Stadium
Paralimni
 Cyprus 2 – 0 F [1]
1994-05-07 Titan Stadium
Fullerton
 United States 4 – 0 F
1994-05-23 Kadrioru Stadium
Tallinn
 Wales 1 – 2 F Reim Goal 86' [2]
1994-06-01 City Stadium
Skopje
 Macedonia 2 – 0 F
1994-07-29 Žalgiris Stadium
Vilnius
 Lithuania 3- 0 BC94 [3]
1994-07-30 Žalgiris Stadium
Vilnius
 Latvia 0 – 2 BC94
1994-08-16 Akureyrarvöllur
Akureyri
 Iceland 4 – 0 F
1994-09-04 Kadrioru Stadium
Tallinn
 Croatia 0 – 2 EC96 [4]
1994-10-08 Kadrioru Stadium
Tallinn
 Italy 0 – 2 EC96
1994-10-26 Kadrioru Stadium
Tallinn
 Finland 0 – 7 F
1994-11-06 FK Ozolnieki Stadium
Ozolnieki
 Latvia 0 – 0 F
1994-11-13 Olimpiysky National Sports Complex
Kiev
 Ukraine 3 – 0 EC96

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ F = Friendly match
  2. ^ First goal of Martin Reim in 18 international matches for Estonia.
  3. ^ BC94 = Baltic Cup 1994 match
  4. ^ UEFA Euro 1996 qualifying for the Euro 1996 tournament in England.

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