Íþróttabandalag Ísafjarðar

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ÍBÍ
Full nameÍþróttabandalag Ísafjarðar
Founded1946
Folded2000

Íþróttabandalag Ísafjarðar, commonly known as ÍBÍ, was a sports union in Ísafjörður, Iceland, best known for its football teams. In 2000, ÍBÍ merged with Héraðssamband Vestur-Ísfirðinga to form Héraðssamband Vestfirðinga. [1]

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Football

ÍBÍ
Full nameÍþróttabandalag Ísafjarðar
Short nameÍBÍ
Founded1955 (men's team)
1981 (women's team)
Dissolved1988
Ground Torfnesvöllur,
Ísafjörður, Iceland

Men's football

ÍBÍ's men's football team was founded in 1955 and participated in the Icelandic top-tier league in 1962, 1982 and 1983. [2] It folded prior to the 1988 season due to financial difficulties and most of the players transferred over to Boltafélag Ísafjarðar. [3]

Honours

1Then known as 2. deild karla

1Then known as 3. deild karla

Managers

Women's football

ÍBÍ's women´s team was founded in 1981 and participated in the Football Cup that year. It competed in the Icelandic top-tier league in 1984, 1985 and 1988. After being relegated in 1988, the team folded and most of the players moved to Boltafélag Ísafjarðar. [3]

Honours

1Then known as 2. deild kvenna

Managers

  • Jóhann Torfason 1981
  • Þór Albertsson 1982
  • Bjarni Jóhannsson 1983
  • Rósa Áslaug Valdimarsdóttir 1984
  • Jóhann Torfason 1985
  • Jón E. Haraldsson 1986–1987
  • Örnólfur Oddsson 1988

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References

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