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Iceland national football team

On 17 July 1946 in Reykjavík, Iceland lost 0-3 it's first international game against Denmark football team. Until now 512 Iceland national team matches were held.

Iceland participated in one World Cup finals tournament, but unsuccessfully played group stage matches.

Iceland national football team all-time record

WP
38.3
P
512
W
148
D
96
L
268
GF
599
GA
875
GF/P
1.170
GA/P
1.709
Av attendance
10 335
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average

Iceland football results by competition

Competition
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Goals For
Goals Against
Winning Percentage
116
30
22
64
128
233
35.4
108
31
18
59
98
160
37.1
5
3
1
1
7
5
70.0
10
0
0
10
4
30
0.0
Friendly matches and other tournaments
266
82
52
132
353
435
40.6
(-) matches counted in two competitions at once
1
0
1
1
2
0.0
all-time Iceland national football team record:
512
148
96
268
599
875
38.3
All-time Iceland results by date
1
17 Jul 1946 20:15

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
2
24 Jul 1947 20:30

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
3
02 Jul 1948 20:30

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
4
07 Aug 1949 13:30 (+01:00)

Aarhus, Aarhus Stadion

Friendly International
5
29 Jun 1951 21:00

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
6
26 Jul 1951 19:00 (+01:00)

Trondheim, Lerkendal Stadion

Friendly International
7
29 Jun 1953 20:30

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
8
09 Aug 1953 13:00 (+01:00)

Copenhagen, Københavns Idrætspark

Friendly International
9
13 Aug 1953 18:30 (+01:00)

Bergen, Brann Stadion

Friendly International
10
04 Jul 1954 20:30

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
11
24 Aug 1954 18:00 (+01:00)

Kalmar, Fredriksskans

Friendly International
12
03 Jul 1955 20:00

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
13
25 Aug 1955 19:30

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
14
29 Jun 1956 19:00 (+02:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Friendly International
15
07 Aug 1956 20:00

Reykjavík, Melavöllur

Friendly International
16
02 Jun 1957 15:00 (+01:00)

Nantes, Stade Malakoff

1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 2
17
05 Jun 1957 18:30 (+01:00)

Brussels, Stade du Heysel

1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 2
18
08 Jul 1957 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Knattspyrnusamband Íslands 10th Anniversary Tournament
19
10 Jul 1957 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Knattspyrnusamband Íslands 10th Anniversary Tournament
20
01 Sep 1957 16:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 2
21
04 Sep 1957 18:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 2
22
11 Aug 1958 20:00

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International
23
26 Jun 1959 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

XVII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, Group 1
24
07 Jul 1959 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

XVII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, Group 1
25
18 Aug 1959 18:00 (+01:00)

Copenhagen, Københavns Idrætspark

XVII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, Group 1
26
21 Aug 1959 19:00 (+02:00)

Oslo, Ullevaal Stadion

XVII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, Group 1
27
09 Jun 1960 19:00 (+02:00)

Oslo, Ullevaal Stadion

Friendly International
28
03 Aug 1960 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International
29
11 Sep 1960 15:30 (+01:00)

Dublin, Dalymount Park

Friendly International
30
19 Jun 1961 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International
31
16 Sep 1961 15:00 (+01:00)

High Wycombe, Loakes Park

Friendly International
32
09 Jul 1962 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International
33
12 Aug 1962 15:30 (+01:00)

Dublin, Dalymount Park

1964 European Nation`s Cup Qualifying, Classification matches
34
02 Sep 1962 16:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

1964 European Nation`s Cup Qualifying, Classification matches
35
07 Sep 1963 16:00

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

XVIII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, Classification matches
36
14 Sep 1963 15:00 (+01:00)

London, Plough Lane

XVIII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, Classification matches
37
27 Jul 1964 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International
38
10 Aug 1964 20:00

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International
39
23 Aug 1964 16:00

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International
40
05 Jul 1965 20:30

Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur

Friendly International

Iceland national football team records and stats

9:0
Biggest victory (7 July 1985 vs Faroe Islands*)
2:14
Heaviest defeat (8 August 1967 vs Denmark)
4
Most consecutive victories (2 February 2000 vs Finland - 8 August 2000 vs Sweden, 6 June 2014 vs Estonia - 10 October 2014 vs Netherlands)
11
Most consecutive matches without defeat (5 May 1998 vs Saudi Arabia - 6 June 1999 vs Armenia)
4
Most consecutive draws (9 September 1981 vs Czechoslovakia - 6 June 1982 vs England)
24
Most consecutive matches without a draw (7 July 1946 vs Denmark - 7 July 1959 vs Norway)
17
Most consecutive matches without victory (7 July 1977 vs Sweden - 6 June 1980 vs Finland)
10
Most consecutive defeats (6 June 1956 vs Finland - 6 June 1959 vs Denmark, 9 September 1978 vs Poland - 6 June 1980 vs Wales)
17
Most consecutive matches scoring (11 November 2015 vs Poland - 10 October 2016 vs Turkey)
6
Most consecutive matches without scoring (9 September 1977 vs Belgium - 9 September 1978 vs Netherlands, 10 October 1987 vs Soviet Union - 5 May 1988 vs Italy*)
19
Most consecutive matches conceding a goal (9 September 1978 vs Poland - 5 May 1981 vs Czechoslovakia)
4
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal (3 March 2010 vs Cyprus - 5 May 2010 vs Andorra, 6 June 2014 vs Estonia - 10 October 2014 vs Netherlands)
External sources

Thomas Gladkyh - posted on 16 January 2021 at 13:33:16

Details of matches → www.ksi.is

Iceland football association

Football Association of Iceland
(native: Knattspyrnusamband Íslands)

Most caps for Iceland
1. Birkir Bjarnason (2010 - 2021) - 105 caps
2. Rúnar Kristinsson (1987 - 2004) - 104 caps
3. Birkir Sævarsson (2007 - 2021) - 103 caps
4. Aron Gunnarsson (2008 - 2021) - 97 caps
5. Ragnar Sigurðsson (2007 - 2020) - 97 caps
Most goals for Iceland
1. Kolbeinn Sigþórsson (2010 - 2021) - 26 goals
2. Eiður Guðjohnsen (1996 - 2016) - 26 goals
3. Gylfi Sigurðsson (2010 - 2020) - 25 goals
4. Ríkharður Jónsson (1947 - 1965) - 17 goals
5. Alfreð Finnbogason (2010 - 2020) - 15 goals
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