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Estonian Football Association hedgehog

Estonian Football Association hedgehog - 8809095690181
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Price: €17.95
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Regular Price 19€

Availability: In stock

The symbol of the Estonian Football Association is a hedgehog. It is commonly known that the hedgehog was a good adviso... More
The symbol of the Estonian Football Association is a hedgehog. It is commonly known that the hedgehog was a good advisor of the main hero of our national epic Kalevipoeg. It is a small, but very smart and tireless animal, which is difficult to break down and can attack the opponent. This is what Estonia and our Football Association is – we are not big, our ticket to success is our mind and it is difficult to break us down - we always fight to the end. Close
  • We send items to EU and to NON-EU countries through DHL shipping. To Latvia and Lithuania with Omniva and to Estonia with Omniva or SmartPost.


  Estonia Latvia & Lithuania EU Zone 1-2 EU Zone 3-5 Other countries
Cost 1.95€ 4.95 5.95€ 14.95€ 24.95€
Delivery time 1-2 working days 1-4 working days 1-4 working days 2-6 working days 2-10 working days
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The Estonian Football Association (EJL) is a non-profit organization, established in 1921 and comprising of Estonian football clubs. EJL became a member of FIFA in 1923 and a member of UEFA in 1992. Due to the occupation after the World War II, EJL suspended its activities until December 3, 1988.

So far, EJL is the largest Estonian sports organization that organizes the work of 14 different international organizations and their home games, holds competitions and cup meetings for adults and youth, teaches referees and trainers, carries out licensing of clubs and players, works out regulations, develops the infrastructure, etc.

In 2018 EJL will hold the UEFA Super Cup final in Tallinn at the stadium A Le Coq Arena, and in 2020 - the final tournament of the European Championship for youth U17 in different parts of Estonia. In 2012 EJL conducted the final tournament of the European Championship for youth U19 in Tallinn, Rakvere and Haapsalu.

According to the State Sports Register in Estonia, 19 888 people, playing football, are enrolled in 198 different clubs. Over the last five years the number of footballers has increased by more than 5000 people. 
Size Charts
XS 30-34
S 34-38
M 38-42
L 42-46
XL 46-50
Care guide

For best results, clean your shoes immediately after they're exposed to dirt.


  1. Remove excess dirt first using a soft-bristled brush (shoe brush or old toothbrush) to clean the outsole.
  2. Mix warm water and a small amount of laundry detergent to create a slightly soapy mixture.
  3. Apply a small amount of the water/detergent mixture to a sponge, soft cloth or soft brush and clean the affected areas.
  4. Apply a small amount of warm water to another sponge or soft cloth to remove any excess detergent.
  5. Air dry the shoes at room temperature.

Repeat these steps to attempt to remove persistent stains. Nike does not recommend any alternative cleaning methods, placing your shoes in a washing machine or dryer, or using any other products on your shoes such as bleach or other chemicals.

Please note: Saddle soap can soften leather and is recommended only on leather components of shoes that are not subjected to excessive stress. Do not use saddle soap on football boots, basketball shoes, golf shoes, training shoes or any other shoes designed for activities involving lateral movement.


  1. Remove the insoles from your shoes.
  2. Follow the same cleaning steps listed above.
  3. Air dry completely before putting the insoles back in the shoes.

If these steps do not reduce shoe odor, replace the insoles. Replacement insoles are available at most sporting goods and shoe stores.