Iceland is the nation that has attracted the most attention in international soccer in recent years. The Icelandic team, Víkingur Reykjavík, is the first team that competes in Sindelfingen.
The Icelandic soccer legend, Ásgeir Sigurvinsson, who established the contact to Swabia, still has a “connection” to Stuttgart. From 1982 until 1990, he played 194 matches for VfB and won, among other things, the German championship.
Víkingur has won the Icelandic Champions as a professional player five times and is the incumbent cup winner in the U19 field. The two to one victory in the final against Fylkir FC was the last game of the current season by the end of September. In Iceland, the season starts in May due to the weather and ends in September/October. However, be aware, this is why indoor soccer is a known terrain for Icelanders. Víkingur arrives to Sindelfingen with three current youth international players. The coach of the U19 is Andri Marteinsson, who has played 20 international matches for Iceland.
Trainer: Andri Marteinsson
Co-Trainer: Thor Steinar Olafs
Physiotherapist: Isak Jonsson
Sport Director: Heimir Gunnlaugsson
|Player number||Name||First name||Date of birth|
Víkingur at the JuniorCup:
Youth Players of Víkingur:
Kari Arnason | Kolbein Sigthorsson