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Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir

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Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir, commonly known as Fjölnir, is a multi-sport club from Iceland. The club is located in Grafarvogur, Reykjavík. The club was founded in 1988 under the original name Ungmennafélagið Grafarvogur however because another team already had the abbreviation UMFG the name was changed to Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir, commonly referred to as Fjölnir. A total of nine sports are practised at the club, these are football, basketball, handball, teakwondo, karate, tennis, swimming, athletics and gymnastics. Chess is also played at the club. Each one of these sports has their own department with their own board but all are under the main board and the club office.

Fjölnir
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Full nameUngmennafélagið Fjölnir
Founded1988
GroundFjölnisvöllur,
Reykjavík
Capacity1,030 (700 seated)
ChairmanJón Karl Ólafsson
ManagerÁsmundur Arnarsson
LeagueInkasso-Deildin
2018 Pepsi Deildin, 11th of 12th (Relegated)
WebsiteClub website
Current season

FootballEdit

Men's footballEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 20 April 2017

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2   DF Mario Tadejević
4   MF Gunnar Már Gudmundsson
6   DF Igor Tasković
7   MF Bojan Stefán Ljubicic
8   MF Igor Jugović
9   FW Þórir Guðjónsson
10   FW Ægir Jarl Jónasson
11   MF Birnir Snær Ingason
12   GK Þórður Ingason
13   MF Anton Freyr Ársælsson
15   MF Tryggvi Magnússon
16   DF Tumi Guðjónsson
No. Position Player
17   FW Magnús Pétur Bjarnason
19   MF Hallvarður Óskar Sigurðarson
22   MF Kristján Örn Marko Stosic
23   MF Jónas Breki Svavarsson
24   DF Torfi Tímoteus Snorrason
25   MF Þorgeir Ingvarsson
26   MF Sigurjón Már Markússon
27   MF Ingimundur Níels Óskarsson
28   DF Hans Viktor Guðmundsson
30   GK Jökull Blængsson

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Steinar Örn Gunnarsson (at ÍR until 1 October 2017)
14   DF Ísak Atli Kristjánsson (at Leiknir R. until 1 October 2017)
20   MF Ásgrímur Þór Bjarnason (at Selfoss until 1 October 2017)
21   FW Ingibergur Kort Sigurðsson (at Njarðvík until 1 October 2017)

Trophies and achievementsEdit

BasketballEdit

Men's basketballEdit

Trophies and achievementsEdit

Women's basketballEdit

Trophies and achievementsEdit

Ice HockeyEdit

On 28 September 2018, Skautafélagið Björninn merged into Fjölnir who overtook all its departments, assets and debts.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Valur Páll Eiríksson (28 September 2018). "Fjölnir tekur við starfsemi Bjarnarins". RÚV (in Icelandic). Retrieved 28 September 2018.

External linksEdit