It is not only Iceland's football players, but also its coaches, that have a growing reputation abroad.
Icelandic footballer Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir is number 43 on a list of top 100 women footballers of 2017.
Professional golfer Ólafía Þórunn Kristinsdóttir was awarded 2017 Sportsperson of the Year last night in Reykjavík.
American superstars Stephen Curry and Odell Beckham Jr. are rehabilitating with the assistance of a walker from Icelandic company Össur.
Twana Khalid, an asylum seeker from Iran, has been refereeing football matches in Iceland while he awaits the resolution of his family's asylum application.
Iceland is already showing signs of excitement for the nation‘s first ever World Cup participation next year in Russia. FIFA has begun selling tickets and Icelanders have already applied for a number of tickets.
Icelandair will offer at least one direct flight from Keflavík to each of Iceland’s matches in the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Icelander Elísabet Gunnarsdóttir has been named coach of the year in Sweden’s top women’s football league.
FIFA has announced the seeding pots for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, placing Iceland in Pot 3.
A Manchester United scout was sent to Reykjavík for a friendly only to discover that Iceland was playing 5500 miles away in Qatar
A comprehensive research on the effects of concussions and head trauma on female athletes is about to commence. This will be the first research of its kind in Iceland.
The Icelandic national Quidditch team will be competing in the World Cup tournament in Florence, Italy next summer.
Percussion group Stomp incorporated the so-called ‘Viking Clap’ into their performance at The Best FIFA Football Awards last night.
Aron Pálmarsson, one of the best handball players in the world, has joined Spanish giants FC Barcelona as they bought out his contract from Veszprém
Germany‘s team was thought to be the likely winner, as its team hadn‘t lost a match in World Cup Qualifying since June 1998, with 26 wins in a row prior to this match.
Klara Bjartmarz, CEO of the Football Association of Iceland (KSÍ), says preparations are well underway for Iceland’s participation in the FIFA World Cup.
Iceland becomes the smallest nation ever to qualify for the World Cup! Iceland beat Kosovo 2-0 tonight in Reykjavík to secure qualification to the World Cup for the first time!
The whole nation waits in anticipation as Iceland faces Kosovo in a crucial World Cup Qualifier tonight. Here are all the possible outcomes of tonight's match. Come on Iceland!
Though Yoko Ono’s Imagine Peace Tower will be lit tonight on Viðey island near Reykjavík, most locals will have another event on their mind: Iceland’s football match against Kosovo at Laugardalshöll stadium.
Iceland's national football team moved one step closer to qualifying for the World Cup last night, when they beat Turkey 3:0 in Eskisehir, Turkey.