|Champions||B36 (10th title)|
|Relegated|| B68 |
|Europa League|| Víkingur (via Faroe Islands Cup)|
|Goals scored||415 (3.07 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Klæmint Olsen (22 goals)|
|Biggest home win||HB 6–0 B68 (R16)|
|Biggest away win||AB 0–7 NSÍ (R10)|
|Highest scoring||B68 5–3 KÍ (R9)|
2014 Faroe Islands Premier League was the seventy-second season of top-tier football on the Faroe Islands. For sponsorship reasons, it was known as Effodeildin. Havnar Bóltfelag were the defending champions.
TB and 07 Vestur had finished 9th and 10th respectively at the end of the previous season and were relegated to the 1. deild as a result.
Replacing them were the 1. deild champions B68 and runners-up Skála.
|Team||Location||Stadium||Capacity||Manager||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|AB||Argir||Blue Water Arena||2,000||Oddbjørn Joensen||Adidas||Install|
|B36||Tórshavn||Gundadalur||5,000||Sámal Erik Hentze||Adidas||P/F Wenzel|
|EB/Streymur||Streymnes||Við Margáir||1,000||Rúni Nolsøe||Nike|
|HB||Tórshavn||Gundadalur||5,000||Heðin Askham||Nike||Auto Service|
|ÍF||Fuglafjørður||Í Fløtugerði||3,000||Albert Ellefsen||Puma||Bank Nordik|
|KÍ||Klaksvík||Við Djúpumýrar||3,000||Eyðun Klakstein||Adidas||JFK|
|NSÍ||Runavík||Við Løkin||2,000||Trygvi Mortensen||Nike||Bakkafrost|
|Skála||Skála||Undir Mýruhjalla||2,000||Pauli Poulsen||Stanno||R Transport|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|B36||Mikkjal Thomassen||26 October 2013||Pre-season||Sámal Erik Hentze||26 October 2013|
|HB||Oddbjørn Joensen||29 October 2013||Pre-season||Heðin Askham||29 October 2013|
|AB||Sámal Erik Hentze||Signed by B36||26 October 2013||Pre-season||Bill McLeod Jacobsen||5 November 2013|
|NSÍ||Heðin Askham||Signed by HB||29 October 2013||Pre-season||Trygvi Mortensen||7 November 2013|
|AB||Bill McLeod Jacobsen||Personal reasons||16 April 2014||7th||Oddbjørn Joensen||16 April 2014|
|Skála||Eliesar Olsen||Resigned||16 June 2014||10th||Pauli Poulsen||17 June 2014|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||B36 Tórshavn (C)||27||19||4||4||53||25||+28||61||Qualification for the Champions League first qualifying round|
|2||HB||27||18||6||3||59||20||+39||60||Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round|
|9||Skála ÍF (R)||27||3||8||16||19||54||−35||17||Relegation to 1. deild|
|10||B68 Toftir (R)||27||4||5||18||23||60||−37||17|
The schedule consists of a total of 27 rounds. Each team plays three games against every opponent in no particular order. At least one of the games had to be at home and at least one had to be 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.
|1||Klæmint Olsen||NSÍ||22 (2)|
|3||Adeshina Lawal||B36||13 (1)|
|Hans Pauli Samuelsen||EB/Streymur||13 (5)|
|5||Páll Klettskarð||KÍ||12 (1)|
|Fróði Benjaminsen||HB||12 (1)|
|7||Andrew av Fløtum||HB||10|
|Súni Olsen||Víkingur||10 (3)|
|Klæmint Olsen||NSÍ||Skála||1–5||23 March 2014|
|Arnbjørn Hansen||EB/Streymur||AB||5–0||11 May 2014|
|Sorin Anghel||AB||ÍF||1–4||18 May 2014|
|Klæmint Olsen 1||NSÍ||AB||0–7||25 May 2014|
|Árni Frederiksberg||NSÍ||Skála||6–1||1 June 2014|
|Klæmint Olsen||NSÍ||AB||3–1||14 September 2014|
|Páll Klettskarð||KÍ||Skála||3–0||1 October 2014|
|Andrew av Fløtum||HB||AB||1–3||5 October 2014|
|Hallur Hansson||Víkingur||ÍF||5–0||5 October 2014|
|Best Player||Adeshina Lawal||B36|
|Best Coach||Sámal Erik Hentze||B36|
|Best Goalkeeper||Teitur Gestsson||HB|
|Best Defender||Jóhan Troest Davidsen||HB|
|Best Midfielder||Łukasz Cieślewicz||B36|
|Best Forward||Adeshina Lawal||B36|
|Best Young Player||Bárður Hansen||Víkingur|
|Best Referee||Lars Müller||–|
|April||Jákup á Borg||B36|
|June/July||Niels Pauli Danielsen||EB/Streymur|
|September/October||Jóhan Dávur Højgaard||B68|
|1||Jóhan Dávur Højgaard||B68||27%|
|2||Niels Pauli Danielsen||EB/Streymur||24%|
|5||Jákup á Borg||B36||7%|
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