De broglie wave equation

i've just learnt de broglie wave equation in chemistry which tells that matter can act as wave.
if an electron is moving at a certain speed(v) at which its wavelength is comparably in meters. If a football is made to move at the same speed (v),will it behave as a wave? Since Football also has electrons then why dont individual electrons(in football moving with same velocity v) behave as wave?

The wavelength equation is:$$\lambda_{dB}=\frac{h}{\gamma m_0 v}$$... i.e. as the speed increases, the wavelength decreases. Or, classically, $$\lambda_{dB}=\frac{h}{mv}$$... so: at what speed, v, will the wavelength of an electron be on the scale of meters?