History was made last night when the national team in Icelandic men’s football secured itself participation in the UEFA EURO 2016 championship.
Iceland is through to the UEFA Euro 2016 after the national team in men’s football drew with Kazakhstan 0-0 in the qualifiers at Laugardalsvöllur stadium in Reykjavík this evening. This is the first time that the Icelandic men’s team has secured a spot at a major international tournament.
Iceland’s football victory, 1-0, against The Netherlands in Amsterdam last night was historic in three ways.
The Icelandic national team in men's football won 1-0 against The Netherlands in an away game in the qualifiers for the UEFA EURO 2016 in France.
Tomorrow night in Amsterdam, the Icelandic national men’s football team will compete against The Netherlands in qualifiers for the UEFA EURO 2016.
Iceland’s national U19 men’s handball team this morning secured its place in the world championship semi-finals.
Three Australians—a surfer, a bodyboarder and a kneeboarder—braved the ice-cold Icelandic waters last October for the making of the film No Country for Cold Men. The trailer has just been released.
At midnight on Saturday Sigrún Þuríður Geirsdóttir became the first Icelandic woman to swim alone across the English Channel.
Of all the managers in the English Premier League, arguably the world’s most popular sporting league, the manager of AFC Bournemouth is most like Icelandic Prime Minister, Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson—at least according to the Washington Post.
An American couple have decided to name their two-week-old son after Icelandic mixed martial artist and Ultimate Fighting Championship star, Gunnar Nelson.
Icelandic athletes at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, which closed on Sunday, brought home 13 medals: four gold, three silver and six bronze.
Icelandic athlete Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir was named the ‘fittest woman on earth’ after winning the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games in Los Angeles yesterday.
The Icelandic Women’s National Football Team was ranked 18th best in the world in FIFA’s most recently released rankings.
Iceland’s Ultimate Fighting Championship star Gunnar Nelson beat American Brandon Thatch in UFC 189 in Las Vegas last night in under three minutes. “Gunnar Nelson proved points on the feet and the ground, dropping Brandon Thatch with a combination of punches, then sinking in a fight-ending rear-...
The Icelandic national men’s football team is now ranked 23rd best in the world by the highest governing body of international football, FIFA.
A new opponent has been found for Iceland’s Ultimate Fighting Championship star, Gunnar Nelson, following his scheduled opponent’s recent injury.
All three sons of former football star Eiður Guðjohnsen, who played for FC Barcelona among other teams, are now footballers, according to Eiður’s mother, Ólöf Einarsdóttir, who was interviewed on radio station Bylgjan this morning.
While attention has been focused on the Icelandic national football team in recent days, the national handball team is also trying to qualify for the European championships and its win against Israel does not guarantee Iceland a place in Poland next year, as many people had previously thought....
Kolbeinn Sigthorsson scored as Iceland completed a superb comeback to beat the Czech Republic 2-1 and go top of Group A in their Euro 2016 qualifier in Reykjavik on Friday.
The roughly 10,000 ticket holders to tomorrow evening’s Euro 2016 qualifier match between Iceland and the Czech Republic have reason to be optimistic about the weather. Czech players are especially pleased to hear this.
Icelandic athletes were victorious at the 2015 Games of the Small States of Europe which concluded in Reykjavík on Saturday. Iceland claimed 115 medals, 38 gold, 46 silver and 31 bronze medals, which is the country’s best achievement at the GSSE to date.
The 16th Games of the Small States of Europe (GSSE) kicked off in Laugardalur, Reykjavík, with an opening ceremony yesterday evening. For a while there was a risk of the games being canceled because of strikes but the crisis was averted in time.
Pape Mamadou Faye, the striker for Víkingur in Iceland’s top flight of football, the Pepsi League, has unexpectedly quit.
If Icelandic aviation workers do not come to a contract agreement for better pay and conditions before the end of the month, the Games of the Small States of Europe will have to be canceled, as they are supposed to take place in Iceland from June 1.