Cleaning your shoes
First, forget about the washing machine and dryer. They will damage your shoes and cause premature wear. To clean your shoes, you only need a brush or sponge, water and some mild soap. Detergents and aggressive chemical cleaning products aren't necessary.
Start by removing the insoles and soak them in soapy water, then brush them. Let them air dry before putting them back in your shoes.
If your shoes have dried mud on them, you can remove most of it by knocking the heels together. Next, soak your shoes in water and use the brush to clean off any remaining dirt. To prevent rust forming, be sure to wipe the cleats down with a dry cloth. Finally, air dry your shoes without exposing them to direct sunlight or placing them near a radiator.
TIP: To help your shoes dry faster, you can put some newspaper in them and place them in a vertical position.