Football Association of Iceland

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Football Association of Iceland
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Football Association of Iceland logo.svg
FoundedMarch 26, 1947 [1]
FIFA affiliation1947 [1]
UEFA affiliation1954 [1]
President Guðni Bergsson [2]
Website https://www.ksi.is

The FootballAssociation of Iceland (Icelandic : Knattspyrnusamband Íslands, KSÍ) is the governing body of football in Iceland. [3] It was founded on 26 March 1947, joined FIFA the same year, and UEFA in 1954. [4] [5] It organises the football league, Úrvalsdeild, and the Iceland men's national football team and Iceland women's national football team. [6] [7] [8] It is based in Reykjavík.

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References

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  11. 1 2 Einarsson, Magnús Már (11 February 2017). "Geir kosinn heiðursformaður KSÍ" [Geir elected honorary chairman of the Football Association] (in Icelandic). fótbolti.net. Retrieved 11 February 2017.