Úrvalsdeild kvenna (basketball)

Úrvalsdeild kvenna; English: Women's Premier League, known as Domino's deild kvenna for sponsorship reasons, is the highest basketball competition among women's clubs in Iceland. It is administrated by the Icelandic Basketball Federation.[1] It was founded in 1952 and, until 2007, it was known as 1. deild kvenna (English: Women's First division).[2]

Úrvalsdeild kvenna
Founded1952
Country Iceland
ConfederationFIBA Europe (Europe)
Number of teams8
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toDivision I
Domestic cup(s)Bikarkeppni KKÍ
SupercupMeistarakeppni kvenna
Current championsValur (1st title)
Most championshipsKeflavík (16 titles)
All-time top scorerBirna Valgarðsdóttir
TV partnersStöð 2 Sport
WebsiteKKÍ.is
2019–20 season

ChampionsEdit

Season Champion Score Runner-up Champion's coach
1953 Ármann 1-0[a] ÍR
1954 Not played
1955 Not played
1956 ÍR   Hrefna Ingimarsdóttir[3]
1957 ÍR   Hrefna Ingimarsdóttir[3]
1958 ÍR   Hrefna Ingimarsdóttir[3]
1959 Ármann   Ingvar Sigurbjörnsson and   Birgir Örn Birgis
1960 Ármann   Ingvar Sigurbjörnsson and   Birgir Örn Birgis
1961 KR
1962 Not played
1963 ÍR 1-0 Skallagrímur
1964 Skallagrímur League[b] ÍR   Guðmundur Sigurðsson
1965 Not played
1966 ÍR 28-18[c] KR
1967 ÍR KR
1968 Not played
1969 Þór Akureyri 1-0[d] KFÍ   Einar Bollason
1970 ÍR League
1971 Þór Akureyri ÍR   Guttormur Ólafsson
1971–72 ÍR
1972–73 ÍR
1973–74 ÍR
1974–75 ÍR   Einar Ólafsson[7]
1975–76 Þór Akureyri   Anton Sölvason
1976–77 KR   Einar Bollason
1977–78 ÍS 62-51[e] KR   Dirk Dunbar
1978–79 KR League   John Hudson
1979–80 KR
1980–81 KR ÍS   Sigurður Hjörleifsson
1981–82 KR ÍS   Stew Johnson
1982–83 KR ÍS   Stew Johnson
1983–84 ÍS ÍR   Guðný Eiríksdóttir
1984–85 KR Haukar   Ingimar Jónsson
1985–86 KR ÍS   Ágúst Líndal
1986–87 KR Keflavík   Ágúst Líndal
1987–88 Keflavík ÍS   Jón Kr. Gíslason
1988–89 Keflavík ÍR   Jón Kr. Gíslason
1989–90 Keflavík Haukar   Falur Harðarson
1990–91 ÍS[f]   Jóhann A. Bjarnason
1991–92 Keflavík Haukar   Sigurður Ingimundarson
1992–93 Keflavík 3-0 KR   Sigurður Ingimundarson
1993–94 Keflavík 3-2 KR   Sigurður Ingimundarson
1994–95 Breiðablik 3-0[10][11] Keflavík   Sigurður Hjörleifsson
1995–96 Keflavík 3-1 KR   Sigurður Ingimundarson
1996–97 Grindavík 3-0 KR   Ellert Sigurður Magnússon
1997–98 Keflavík 3-1 KR   Anna María Sveinsdóttir
1998–99 KR 3-0 Keflavík   Óskar Kristjánsson
1999–2000 Keflavík 3-2 KR   Kristinn Einarsson
2000–01 KR 3-0 Keflavík   Henning Henningsson
2001–02 KR 3-2 ÍS   Keith Vassell
2002–03 Keflavík 3-0 KR   Anna María Sveinsdóttir
2003–04 Keflavík 3-0 ÍS   Sigurður Ingimundarson
2004–05 Keflavík 3-0 Grindavík   Sverrir Þór Sverrisson
2005–06 Haukar 3-0 Keflavík   Ágúst Björgvinsson
2006–07 Haukar 3-1 Keflavík   Ágúst Björgvinsson
2007–08 Keflavík 3-0 KR   Jón Halldór Eðvaldsson
2008–09 Haukar 3-2 KR   Yngvi Gunnlaugsson
2009–10 KR 3-2 Hamar   Benedikt Guðmundsson
2010–11 Keflavík 3-0 Njarðvík   Jón Halldór Eðvaldsson
2011–12 Njarðvík 3-1 Haukar   Sverrir Þór Sverrisson
2012–13 Keflavík 3-1 KR   Sigurður Ingimundarson
2013–14 Snæfell 3-0 Haukar   Ingi Þór Steinþórsson
2014–15 Snæfell 3-0 Keflavík   Ingi Þór Steinþórsson
2015–16 Snæfell 3-2 Haukar   Ingi Þór Steinþórsson
2016–17 Keflavík 3-1 Snæfell   Sverrir Þór Sverrisson
2017–18 Haukar 3-2 Valur   Ingvar Þór Guðjónsson
2018–19 Valur 3-0 Keflavík   Darri Freyr Atlason
2019–20 Season canceled due to the Covid-19 outbreak[12]

Notes

  1. ^ Ármann and ÍR were the only two teams registered for the 1953 competition.
  2. ^ Skallagrímur defeated Björk and ÍR to clinch the championship.[4]
  3. ^ Only ÍR an KR participated in the 1966 women's tournament. The teams played one game for the national championship, which ÍR won 28-18.[5]
  4. ^ Þór, which won the Norðurland's group, was slated to face KFÍ, which had won the Vesturland's group, in a game for the national championship. KFÍ forfeited the game.[6]
  5. ^ ÍS an KR where tied at the end of the season and had to play an extra game for the national championship. ÍS won the game 62-51.[8]
  6. ^ ÍS, Haukar and Keflavík all finished with 11-4 record but ÍS had a better winning percent in games against the other two.[9]

Titles per clubEdit

Titles Club
16 Keflavík
14 KR
11 ÍR
4 Haukar
3 Ármann, ÍS, Snæfell, Þór Akureyri
1 Breiðablik, Grindavík, Njarðvík, Skallagrímur, Valur

Awards and honorsEdit

Domestic All-First TeamEdit

The Women's Domestic All-First Team is an annual Úrvalsdeild honor bestowed on the best players in the league following every season.

Domestic Player of the YearEdit

Foreign Player of the YearEdit

Úrvalsdeild Women's Playoffs MVPEdit

Úrvalsdeild Playoffs MVP award is awarded annually to the player judged most valuable to his team during the Úrvalsdeild playoffs.

Defensive Player of the YearEdit

Newcomer of the YearEdit

Coach of the YearEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Reglugerð um körfuknattleiksmót
  2. ^ Næsti skammtur af yfirferð á samþykktum ársþings KKÍ
  3. ^ a b c Ágúst Ásgeirsson (11 March 2007). Heil öld til heilla - Saga ÍR í 100 ár (PDF). Íþróttafélag Reykjavíkur. p. 562. Retrieved 23 June 2018.
  4. ^ "Stúlkur úr Borgarfirði fyrstu Íslandsmeistararnir". Morgunblaðið (in Icelandic). 3 March 1964. p. 26-27. Retrieved 24 February 2020.
  5. ^ "ÍR meistari í kvennaflokki". Vísir (in Icelandic). 30 April 1966. p. 11. Retrieved 8 August 2019.
  6. ^ Skapti Hallgrímsson (2001). Leikni framar líkamsburðum. Icelandic Basketball Federation. p. 125. ISBN 9979-60-630-4.
  7. ^ "Fríður ÍR-hópur". Morgunblaðið (in Icelandic). 25 February 1975. p. 18. Retrieved 23 June 2018.
  8. ^ Skapti Hallgrímsson (2001). Leikni framar líkamsburðum. Icelandic Basketball Federation. p. 176. ISBN 9979-60-630-4.
  9. ^ Skapti Hallgrímsson (2001). Leikni framar líkamsburðum. Icelandic Basketball Federation. p. 258. ISBN 9979-60-630-4.
  10. ^ "Breiðablik meistari í fyrstu tilraun!". Morgunblaðið (in Icelandic). 5 April 1995. Retrieved 11 August 2017.
  11. ^ Blöndal, Björn (5 April 1995). "Nýliðarnir fögnuðu meistaratitlinum". Morgunblaðið (in Icelandic). Retrieved 11 August 2017.
  12. ^ Ingvi Þór Sæmundsson (18 March 2020). "Körfuboltatímabilið blásið af - Engir Íslandsmeistarar". Vísir.is (in Icelandic). Retrieved 18 March 2020.

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