Football player Gylfi Þór Sigurðsson was chosen Iceland’s 2016 Sportsperson of the Year.
The British policeman and supporter of the Icelandic national football team, who was stabbed in France this summer following a football game between Iceland and France, has arrived in Iceland.
Icelandic football player Ragnar Sigurðsson, who caught attention at the EURO 2016 in France this summer, has signed a two-year contract with the English football club Fulham.
The Italian town of Pieve di Cento in Bologna is infatuated with one of the members of the Icelandic men’s national football team.
The Icelandic men’s national football team took a big leap this morning, giving the nation a reason to jump for joy.
Every day brings news of the travels of the Viking chant, made famous by the supporters of the Icelandic men’s national football team at the EURO 2016 in France.
Hard as it may be to swallow, the Viking chant made famous by Icelandic football fans at the EURO 2016 in France has made it into a Coca-Cola commercial.
In its coverage of the EURO 2016 in France, the Guardian’s Sportblog today highly praises Icelandic national football team member Ragnar Sigurðsson for his performance at the championship.
We received an email from the employees of Deutsche See, a fish and seafood company in Bremerhaven, Germany, which will no doubt delight football fans:
A 25-year-old English policeman, who was stabbed while supporting Iceland during the game between Iceland and France at the EURO 2016 Paris, is speechless over the support he has received from Icelanders since the stabbing took place.
When France beat Germany 2-0 last night at the EURO 2016 in Marseille, the French team celebrated the Icelandic way.
The Icelandic Football Association has condemned the unauthorized use of a picture of Icelandic football players by a Danish political party as hateful propaganda.
The entrepreneur who failed to deliver tickets to dozens of Icelanders who intended to attend the football match between Iceland and France in Paris last Sunday has resigned as CEO of Sónar Reykjavík ehf.
The Icelandic Football Association received EUR 6 million (ISK 821 million, USD 6.6 million) for its performance at the EURO 2016.
The Icelandic national football team received a hero’s welcome last night when returning from the EURO 2016 in France.
Our journalist Zoë Robert filmed the famous ‘Viking chant’ at Stade de France last night, when Iceland and France played in the quarter-finals of the EURO 2016.
The residents of towns in the vicinity of Keflavík International Airport plan to receive our football heroes when they arrive from France today by lining up along the road from the airport.
Dozens of Icelanders who had purchased tickets to last night’s football game between Iceland and France at the EURO 2016 were unable to attend.
The Icelandic men’s national football team will receive a warm welcome home in downtown Reykjavík tonight when the athletes return from the EURO 2016 in France.
The fairy tale of the Icelandic men’s national football team finally ended at Stade de France in Paris tonight where a fabulous French team beat Iceland 5-2.
Regardless of tonight’s result at the EURO 2016 at Stade de France tonight, where Iceland meets France, one couple is happy.