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Undrið FF is a Faroese football team from the Faroese capital Tórshavn. The team also plays at the Gundadalur. The club was founded 18 January 2006, under the name Undri FF. This makes the team the youngest member of the Faroe Islands Football Association.

Undrið FF
Undrið FF logo.svg
Full nameUndrið Fótbóltsfelag
Founded18 January 2006
ChairmanÁrni Rafnarson
CoachÁsbjørn N. Nattestad
League2. deild



Club logo 2006–2010.

The idea to found the new football team began with a birthday party in 2005.

In the 2010 season the team lost the 3. Deild final to B36, but gained promotion to 2. Deild. The club also announced the signing of Rúni Elttør and Høgni Joensen, both former top-flight Faroese footballers, as team coaches for the 2011 season.


The team is named after its first team sponsor, the Faroese representative of the Icelandic soap producer Undri, which means wonder in Icelandic. It means the same in the Faroese language, however a definite article is added making it Undrið, but the Faroese pronunciation remains the same. (In Icelandic, they would be different).


Current squadEdit

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 Aron Ingi Lenvig
2   MF Mikkjal Petur Hvannastein
3   DF Sølvi Mikkelsen
4   MF Trygvi Absalonsen
7   DF Símun Høgnesen
9   MF Christian Vilhelm Jacobsen (captain)
10   MF Tom Jacobsen
13   DF Brynleif Hansen
19   DF Bjarki Olsen
20   MF Eirikur Jacobsen
21   MF Ivan Hofgaard
No. Position Player
83   MF Leivur á Lakjuni
85   FW Pauli Ø. Mohr
91   MF Rani Jacobsen

Team recordsEdit

  • Biggest win: Undri FF – Víkingur 3. deild 16–1
  • Biggest defeat: ÍF – Undri FF 11–1
  • Most goals: Dan Syderbø
  • Most matches: Mikkjal Hvannastein
  • Most goals in one match: Christian V. Jacobsen, 6 goals
  • Longest Clean Sheet: Arne Winthereig
  • Most times captain: Mikkjal Hvannastein


  1. ^ "Summary - 2. Deild - Faroe Islands - Results, fixtures, tables and news - Soccerway". Retrieved 12 March 2019.

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