Úrvalsdeild Men's Domestic All-First Team

The Úrvalsdeild karla Domestic All-First Team is an annual Úrvalsdeild karla honor bestowed on the best domestic players in the league following every season. It has been awarded since the 1987-88 season.[1]

All-time award winnersEdit

* Elected to the National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland Hall of Fame
Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player has been selected
Player
(in bold text)
Indicates the player who won the Úrvalsdeild karla Domestic Player of the Year in the same year[a]
 
Hlynur Bæringsson has been selected to the Dmestic All-First team 10 times.
Season First team
Players Teams
1987-88 Guðmundur Bragason Grindavík
Guðni Guðnason KR
Jón Kr. Gíslason Keflavík
Pálmar Sigurðsson Haukar
Valur Ingimundarson Njarðvík
1988-89 Guðmundur Bragason (2) Grindavík
Jón Kr. Gíslason (2) Keflavík
Teitur Örlygsson Njarðvík
Tómas Holton Valur
Valur Ingimundarson (2) Tindastóll
1989-90 Guðjón Skúlason Keflavík
Jón Kr. Gíslason (3) Keflavík
Páll Kolbeinsson KR
Teitur Örlygsson (2) Njarðvík
Valur Ingimundarson (3) Tindastóll
1990-91 Falur Harðarson Keflavík
Jón Kr. Gíslason (4) Keflavík
Magnús Matthíasson Valur
Teitur Örlygsson (3) Njarðvík
Valur Ingimundarson (4) Tindastóll
1991-92 Guðmundur Bragason (3) Grindavík
Jón Kr. Gíslason (5) Keflavík
Pétur Guðmundsson* Tindastóll
Teitur Örlygsson (4) Njarðvík
Valur Ingimundarson (5) Tindastóll
1992-93 Birgir Mikaelsson Skallagrímur
Guðmundur Bragason (4) Grindavík
Jón Kr. Gíslason (6) Keflavík
Magnús Matthíasson (2) Valur
Teitur Örlygsson (5) Njarðvík
1993-94 Davíð Grissom KR
Guðmundur Bragason (5) Grindavík
Hjörtur Harðarson Grindavík
Jón Kr. Gíslason (7) Keflavík
Teitur Örlygsson (6) Njarðvík
1994-95 Falur Harðarson (2) KR
Guðmundur Bragason (6) Grindavík
Herbert Arnarson ÍR
Kristinn Friðriksson Þór Akureyri
Teitur Örlygsson (7) Njarðvík
1995-96 Guðmundur Bragason (7) Grindavík
Herbert Arnarson (2) ÍR
Hermann Hauksson KR
Jón Arnar Ingvarsson Haukar
Teitur Örlygsson (8) Njarðvík
1996-97 Albert Óskarsson Keflavík
Alexander Ermolinskij ÍA
Falur Harðarson (3) Keflavík
Helgi Jónas Guðfinnsson Grindavík
Hermann Hauksson (2) KR
1997-98 Falur Harðarson (4) Keflavík
Friðrik Stefánsson KFÍ
Helgi Jónas Guðfinnsson (2) Grindavík
Sigfús Gizurarson Haukar
Teitur Örlygsson (9) Njarðvík
1998-99 Dagur Þórisson ÍA
Falur Harðarson (5) Keflavík
Friðrik Ragnarsson Njarðvík
Herbert Arnarson (3) Grindavík
Teitur Örlygsson (10) Njarðvík
1999-00 Fannar Ólafsson KR
Friðrik Stefánsson (2) Njarðvík
Ólafur Jón Ormsson KR
Svavar Birgisson Tindastóll
Teitur Örlygsson (11) Njarðvík
2000-01 Eiríkur Önundarson ÍR
Jón Arnór Stefánsson KR
Logi Gunnarsson Njarðvík
Óðinn Ásgeirsson Þór Akureyri
Ólafur Jón Ormsson (2) KR
2001-02 Friðrik Stefánsson (3) Njarðvík
Hlynur Bæringsson Skallagrímur
Jón Arnór Stefánsson (2) KR
Óðinn Ásgeirsson (2) Þór Akureyri
Pálmi Freyr Sigurgeirsson Breiðablik
2002-03 Damon Johnson Keflavík
Eiríkur Önundarson (2) ÍR
Helgi Jónas Guðfinnsson (3) Grindavík
Hlynur Bæringsson (2) Snæfell
Páll Axel Vilbergsson Grindavík
Páll Kristinsson Njarðvík
2003-04 Hlynur Bæringsson (3) Snæfell
Lárus Jónsson Hamar
Páll Axel Vilbergsson (2) Grindavík
Páll Kristinsson (2) Njarðvík
Pálmi Freyr Sigurgeirsson (2) Breiðablik
2004-05 Friðrik Stefánsson (4) Njarðvík
Hlynur Bæringsson (4) Snæfell
Magnús Þór Gunnarsson Keflavík
Sigurður Þorvaldsson Snæfell
Sævar Ingi Haraldsson Haukar
2005-06 Fannar Ólafsson (2) KR
Friðrik Stefánsson (5) Njarðvík
Ingvaldur Magni Hafsteinsson Snæfell
Magnús Þór Gunnarsson (2) Keflavík
Páll Axel Vilbergsson (3) Grindavík
2006-07 Brenton Birmingham Njarðvík
Friðrik Stefánsson (6) Njarðvík
Hlynur Bæringsson (5) Snæfell
Páll Axel Vilbergsson (4) Grindavík
Sigurður Þorvaldsson Snæfell
2007-08 Brenton Birmingham Njarðvík
Hlynur Bæringsson (6) Snæfell
Hreggviður Magnússon ÍR
Páll Axel Vilbergsson (5) Grindavík
Sveinbjörn Claessen ÍR
2008-09 Brenton Birmingham Njarðvík
Jakob Örn Sigurðarson KR
Jón Arnór Stefánsson (3) KR
Sigurður Gunnar Þorsteinsson Keflavík
Sigurður Þorvaldsson Snæfell
2009-10 Brynjar Þór Björnsson KR
Hlynur Bæringsson (7) Snæfell
Hörður Vilhjálmsson Keflavík
Páll Axel Vilbergsson (6) Grindavík
Sigurður Þorvaldsson Snæfell
2010-11 Brynjar Þór Björnsson KR
Hörður Vilhjálmsson (2) Keflavík
Jón Ólafur Jónsson Snæfell
Pavel Ermolinskij KR
Sigurður Gunnar Þorsteinsson (2) Keflavík
2011-12 Finnur Atli Magnússon KR
Jón Ólafur Jónsson (2) Snæfell
Justin Shouse Stjarnan
Magnús Þór Gunnarsson (3) Keflavík
Sigurður Gunnar Þorsteinsson (3) Grindavík
2012-13 Elvar Már Friðriksson Njarðvík
Jóhann Árni Ólafsson Grindavík
Jón Ólafur Jónsson (3) Snæfell
Justin Shouse (2) Stjarnan
Sigurður Gunnar Þorsteinsson (4) Grindavík
2013-14 Elvar Már Friðriksson (2) Njarðvík
Helgi Már Magnússon KR
Martin Hermannsson KR
Pavel Ermolinskij (2) KR
Ragnar Ágúst Nathanaelsson Þór Þorlákshöfn
2014-15 Darrel Lewis Tindastóll
Grétar Ingi Erlendsson Þór Þorlákshöfn
Helgi Már Magnússon (2) KR
Logi Gunnarsson (2) Njarðvík
Pavel Ermolinskij (3) KR
2015-16 Haukur Helgi Pálsson Njarðvík
Helgi Már Magnússon (3) KR
Kári Jónsson Haukar
Pavel Ermolinskij (4) KR
Ragnar Ágúst Nathanaelsson (2) Þór Þorlákshöfn
2016-17 Matthías Orri Sigurðarson ÍR
Logi Gunnarsson (3) Njarðvík
Jón Arnór Stefánsson (4) KR
Ólafur Ólafsson Grindavík
Hlynur Bæringsson (8) Stjarnan
2017-18[2] Pétur Rúnar Birgisson Tindastóll
Sigtryggur Arnar Björnsson Tindastóll
Kári Jónsson (2) Haukar
Kristófer Acox KR
Hlynur Bæringsson (9) Stjarnan
2018-19[3] Matthías Orri Sigurðarson (2) ÍR
Ægir Steinarsson Stjarnan
Kristófer Acox (2) KR
Hlynur Bæringsson (10) Stjarnan
Sigurður Þorsteinsson (5) ÍR
2020-21[4] Hörður Axel Vilhjálmsson (3) Keflavík
Ægir Steinarsson (2) Stjarnan
Styrmir Snær Þrastarson Þór Þorlákshöfn
Kristófer Acox (3) Valur
Sigurður Þorsteinsson (6) Höttur

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Úrvalslið ársins í úrvalsdeild karla
  2. ^ Henry Birgir Gunnarsson (4 May 2018). "Kristófer og Helena valin leikmenn ársins". Vísir.is (in Icelandic). Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  3. ^ Óskar Ófeigur Jónsson (11 May 2019). "Helena og Kristófer valin best annað tímabilið í röð". Vísir.is (in Icelandic). Retrieved 10 May 2019.
  4. ^ Sindri Sverrisson (29 June 2021). "Sara og Hörður best en Styrmir og Elísabeth efnilegust". Vísir.is (in Icelandic). Retrieved 29 June 2021.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The Player of the Year award was first established in 1968.

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