2011 Faroe Islands Premier League

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Faroe Islands Premier League
Season2011
Champions B36
(9th title)
Relegated 07
B71
Champions League B36
Europa League EB/Streymur
Víkingur
NSÍ
Matches played135
Goals scored477 (3.53 per match)
Top goalscorer Finnur Justinussen
(21 goals)
Biggest home win NSÍ 9–0 07
Biggest away win B71 0–6
B71 0–6 Víkingur
07 1–7 EB
Highest scoring 07 4–6 NSÍ
(19 June 2011)
Longest winning run EB/Streymur
(10 games) [1]
Longest unbeaten run B36
(16 games) [1]
Longest winless run 07 Vestur, B71
(11 games each) [1]
Longest losing run B71,
(6 games each) [1]
2010
2012

2011 Faroe Islands Premier League , also known as Vodafonedeildin for sponsorship reasons is the sixty-ninth season of top-tier football on the Faroe Islands. It began on 9 April 2011 and ended on 22 October 2011. HB Tórshavn are the defending champions, having won their 21st league championship in the previous season.

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Teams

FC Suðuroy and AB Argir were relegated to 1. deild after finishing 9th and 10th in the 2010 season. Suðuroy are relegated after just one season in the top flight while AB Argir go down after two seasons in the top flight.

They were replaced by 1. deild champions 07 Vestur and runners-up KÍ Klaksvík. Both make their return to the top flight after a one-year absence.

Team summaries

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B68
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B71
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ÍF
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Geographical location of the 2011 Faroese Premier League teams
TeamCityStadiumCapacityManager
07 Vestur Sandavágur á Dungasandi 2,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Jóhan Nielsen
B36 Tórshavn Gundadalur 5,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg John Petersen
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Mikkjal Thomassen
B68 Toftir Svangaskarð 6,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Bill McLeod Jacobsen
B71 Sandur Inni í Dal 2,000 Flag of Poland.svg Piotr Krakowski
EB/Streymur Streymnes Við Margáir 1,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Heðin Askham
HB Tórshavn Gundadalur 5,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Sigfríður Clementsen
ÍF Fuglafjørður í Fløtugerði 3,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Rúni Nolsøe
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Símun Eliasen
Klaksvík Injector Arena 3,000 Flag of Serbia.svg Aleksandar Đorđević
NSÍ Runavík Við Løkin 2,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Pauli Poulsen
Víkingur Norðragøta Sarpugerði 2,000 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Jógvan Martin Olsen

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 B36 Tórshavn (C)2721426328+3567Qualification for the Champions League first qualifying round
2 EB/Streymur 2719356632+3460Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round [lower-alpha 1]
3 Víkingur Gøta 2718546131+3059
4 NSÍ Runavík 2711885847+1141
5 27104134850234
6 B68 Toftir 2795134444032
7 ÍF 2784153644828
8 HB 27751546561026
9 07 Vestur (R)27661530653524Relegation to 1. deild
10 B71 Sandoy (R)27322225805511
Source: Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. EB/Streymur won the 2011 Faroe Islands Cup competition and will qualify for the first qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League. The other two Europa League places were thus given to the third and fourth placed teams.

Results

The schedule consisted of a total of 27 games. Each team played three games against every opponent in no particular order. At least one of the games was at home and one was away. The additional home game for every match-up was randomly assigned prior to the season with the top five teams of the previous season having 5 home games.

Regular home games

Home \ Away 07V B36 B68 B71 EBS HB ÍF NSÍ VÍK
07 Vestur 0–30–12–11–71–01–03–34–61–1
B36 Tórshavn 1–01–04–11–04–11–14–14–32–0
B68 Toftir 1–12–23–11–00–03–43–01–11–2
B71 Sandoy 2–02–30–51–20–21–40–61–60–3
EB/Streymur 1–02–13–25–13–11–02–02–22–1
Havnar Bóltfelag 5–01–33–32–03–23–11–40–01–2
ÍF Fuglafjørður 1–21–13–11–20–43–00–11–11–2
KÍ Klaksvík 1–20–23–11–21–32–22–01–20–1
NSÍ Runavík 9–02–31–01–12–22–11–13–30–1
Víkingur Gøta 1–11–12–13–22–13–11–02–13–2
Source: Soccerway
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Additional home games

Home \ Away 07V B36 B68 B71 EBS HB ÍF NSÍ VÍK
07 Vestur 2–30–12–22–2
B36 Tórshavn 2–11–23–23–0
B68 Toftir 2–33–21–00–1
B71 Sandoy 0–30–11–31–4
EB/Streymur 2–11–03–05–13–3
Havnar Bóltfelag 4–15–03–41–32–2
ÍF Fuglafjørður 1–23–20–27–10–1
KÍ Klaksvík 0–35–35–11–4
NSÍ Runavík 1–01–22–12–11–2
Víkingur Gøta 5–10–24–14–01–2
Updated to match(es) played on 22 October 2011. Source: Soccerway
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top goalscorers

Including matches on 16 October; Source: Faroese FA [2]

RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Finnur Justinussen Víkingur 21
2 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Klæmint Olsen NSÍ 17
3 Flag of Poland.svg Łukasz Cieślewicz B36 15
4 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Arnbjørn Hansen EB/Streymur 14
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Kristoffur Jakobsen 14
6 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Christian Høgni Jacobsen NSÍ 13
Flag of Brazil.svg Clayton Soares do Nascimento 07 Vestur 13
8 Flag of Nigeria.svg Chris Muomaife ÍF 12
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Jákup á Borg B36 12
10 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Leif Niclasen EB/Streymur 11
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Símun Samuelsen HB

See also

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References

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  2. "Faroese FA". Archived from the original on 20 July 2011. Retrieved 27 March 2012.