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Friday 6 Sep 2024

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The Israel U21 Football team, also known as the Young Israel Lions, is the national youth team representing Israel in international football competitions. The team is managed by the Israel Football Association and competes in the UEFA European U21 Championship. With a strong record of performances, the team has reached the semi-finals of the UEFA European U21 Championship three times and has also qualified for the Olympic Games twice. The team's top achievements include winning the 1988 Mediterranean Games and the 2010 Toto Cup. Some notable players who have represented the Israel U21 team include Nir Bitton, Manor Solomon, and Dolev Haziza. The team's home stadium is the Netanya Stadium, a 13,610-seat venue located in the city of Netanya. The Israel U21 team continues to showcase promising talent and is definitely one to watch in the world of international football.

The Estonia U21 Football team, also known as the Blue Colts, is the national youth team of Estonia and competes in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship. The team has a successful record in the competition, having qualified three times in 2002, 2005, and 2011. They were also the runners-up in the 2010 Baltic Cup. The team has produced some talented players, such as Ragnar Klavan and Konstantin Vassiljev, who have gone on to represent the senior national team. The Blue Colts play their home matches at the Lilleküla Stadium, which has a capacity of 5,000 spectators. The stadium is known for its passionate atmosphere and has hosted several international matches. The team continues to strive for success and is always a force to be reckoned with in the youth football scene.

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