THIS is Ireland's youngest travelling supporter -- and he even made it inside the stadium without a ticket.
Little Sean Murray is only 14 months old but he's such a well-travelled soccer fan that Giovanni Trapattoni may well want to adopt him as a lucky charm.
He has already followed the boys in green to Macedonia and Andorra, although last night was his first time actually watching a game inside the stadium.
Dad Steven, from Dublin, lives in Amsterdam and says it's actually easier to attend away games than travel home.
"The only one we've missed in this campaign was Armenia and that's because he was being born," laughed Steven.
His Dutch fiancee Muriel also donned the green in Tallinn last night, telling the Herald that she has adopted Ireland as her team.
"I'm a true Ireland fan at this stage," she said, adding that Sean was definitely going to grow up supporting Ireland rather than Netherlands.
And he got his first real taste of the action last night by being the only ticketless fan inside the 10,000-seater A Le Coq Arena.
"It was his first (game) actually. I emailed the Estonian FA and asked if it would be alright and they said that if he was under the age of two he could sit on my lap," said Steven. "He loves the attention and the crowds. It's lucky really but he's very happy with all the noise and excitement around."