Eesti Spordiliit USA-s

Estonian-American Amateur Athletes, Inc
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Vahva sportlik nädalalõpp koos perega Lakewoodis! Tuleme siia tagasi! Hästi tehtud!

Mikk Lee


MeistAbout us

Whether you’re a competitor or a spectator, Eesti Spordiliit is committed to creating the sporting experiences and events that bring Estonians together to celebrate their friendships and culture.

Through your support, Eesti Spordiliit has served Estonian athletes and the North American Estonian community for over 60 years.
Eesti Spordiliit USA (ESL) was launched in 1954 following a September 18th East Coast Masters volley ball tournament at Pine Terrace New York.

The original seven founders/competitors who declared and inaugurated the organizations future activities included: Meinhard Kaju, Raimond Pals, Elam Piktjaan, Ernst Roost, Heinrich Savo, Ferdinand Tammann and Kalle Vellenurme. ESL first annual meeting took place on Jan 9th, 1955 at the NY Estonian House where the ESL charter and by-laws were sanctioned.

The primary goal of ESL was to develop and foster sporting activities and events amongst Estonian organizations throughout the USA.

The ESL emblem (logo) was developed by the artist Peet Aren and depicts Estonian folklore hero “Kalvipoeg” launching a large stone. An ESL flag bearing the emblem was also created in 1977 and is proudly displayed at ESL events.Over the years, ESL has been devoted to creating and sustaining sports related events for young Estonians.

Every summer ESL coordinates athletic events at Lakewood and Long Island that offer kids, teenagers and adults the opportunity to compete and bond with fellow Estonians.
Competitive events include: track & field, swimming, bowling, tennis, volleyball and golf.ESL has also been instrumental in helping to fund, build and sustain the sports venues that are used at these events e.g. swimming pool, volleyball, basketball, tennis courts along with track and field sites.

Juhatus /Board

Tarmo Pallop
Vice Presidents
Andrus Ers
Carl Skonberg
Reino Truumees
Rob Ashford
Virve Kai Bulla
Marissa Karuks
Heino Maasikas
Tooni Mannik
Anita Pallop
Lia-Mai Puskar
Carl-Erik Skonberg
Magnus Skonberg
Eric Pallop
Hillar Puskar
Canadian Sports
Raivo Remmel
Peeter Sorra

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Midsummer Solstice Celebration/ Sports Day

19.- 20. juuni, 2021
Long Islandi Eesti Kodus

At Long Island Estonian House.
The Long Island Estonian House is hosting their only annual fundraiser with the help of the New York Educational Society and the Estonian Amateur Athletes Association.
Please come enjoy the beautiful grounds & support the maintenance and activities of the LI Estonian House.
Grounds open at 10:00am.
Join us for Estonian food, music, drinks, and a great day!
The pool and sauna will open at 12:00pm.
The volleyball tournament will start at 11:00am, with the finals starting around 6:00pm.
For the children, there will be games, track and swimming races, and crafts starting at 2pm.
The bonfire will start around 8:30pm.
The dance party inside the main hall will start around 9:30pm.
If there are any questions regarding the event, please contact Eda Kaasik at or Stefan Skonberg on Facebook or at
Pricing at the gate: Adults-$20, Seniors-$10, 14 and younger- Free, Car- $10, Tenting- Free
All are welcome to tent on the grounds.
There are also cabins for rent.
Full cabin: $100, Half cabin: $50.
Only CASH will be accepted!
Security deposit: $25 – Fee returned if room is cleaned to a satisfactory level before leaving.
For rooms, please contact Colleen Wichman the day of the event.
The rooms will go first come first serve!

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