Iceland national under-17 football team

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Iceland U-17
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Nickname(s) Strákarnir okkar
Association Knattspyrnusamband Íslands
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coach Þorlákur Árnason
FIFA code ISL
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First colours
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Second colours
First international
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 1-3 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg
(Kópavogur, Iceland; 21 March 1981)
Biggest win
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 6-0 Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg
(Selfoss, Iceland; 24 September 1990)
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 6-0 Andorra  Flag of Andorra.svg
(Andorra la Vella, Andorra; 23 September 2005)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 5-0 Iceland  Flag of Iceland.svg
(Mariestad, Sweden; 17 October 1987)
FIFA U-17 World Cup
Appearances0 (first in -)
Best result-
European Championship
Appearances8 (first in 1985 )
Best resultGroup Stage (8 times)

The Iceland national under-17 football team represents Iceland in international football at this age level and is controlled by Knattspyrnusamband Íslands (KSÍ), the governing body for football in Iceland. [1]

Contents

History in the UEFA European Under-17 Championship

Between 1982-2019 this was an under-16 championship.

YearResultGPWDLGSGAGD
Flag of Italy.svg 1982 Qualifying stage
Flag of Germany.svg 1984 Qualifying stage
Flag of Hungary.svg 1985 16th3003010-10
Flag of Greece.svg 1986 Qualifying stage
Flag of France.svg 1987 Qualifying stage
Flag of Spain.svg 1988 Qualifying stage
Flag of Denmark.svg 1989 Qualifying stage
Flag of East Germany.svg 1990 Qualifying stage
Flag of Switzerland.svg 1991 11th310235-2
Flag of Cyprus.svg 1992 Qualifying stage
Flag of Turkey.svg 1993 11th310265+1
Flag of Ireland.svg 1994 15th300336-3
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg 1995 Qualifying stage
Flag of Austria.svg 1996 Qualifying stage
Flag of Germany.svg 1997 11th310225-3
Flag of Scotland.svg 1998 15th301214-3
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 1999 Qualifying stage
Flag of Israel.svg 2000 Qualifying stage
Flag of England.svg 2001 Qualifying stage
Flag of Denmark.svg 2002 Qualifying stage
Flag of Portugal.svg 2003 First qualifying stage
Flag of France.svg 2004 Second qualifying stage
Flag of Italy (2003-2006).svg 2005 First qualifying stage
Flag of Luxembourg.svg 2006 First qualifying stage
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg 2007 8th3003110-9
Flag of Turkey.svg 2008 First qualifying stage
Flag of Germany.svg 2009 First qualifying stage
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg 2010 First qualifying stage
Flag of Serbia.svg 2011 Elite round
Flag of Slovenia.svg 2012 7th301224-2
Flag of Slovakia.svg 2013 First qualifying stage
Flag of Malta.svg 2014 Elite round
Flag of Bulgaria.svg 2015 Elite round
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg 2016 Elite round
Flag of Croatia.svg 2017 First qualifying stage
Flag of England.svg 2018 Elite round
Flag of Ireland.svg 2019 12th310268-2
Flag of Estonia.svg 2020 TBD
Total9/372742212457-33

Current squad

The squad called up for a friendly in Israel on the 23 January 2021. Caps and goals as of 15 March 2021.

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
11 GK Pálmi Rafn Arinbjörnsson (2003-11-22)22 November 2003 (aged 17)20 Flag of England.svg Wolverhampton Wanderers
121 GK Torfi Geir Halldórsson (2004-01-06)6 January 2004 (aged 17)10 Flag of Iceland.svg Breiðablik
32 DF Grímur Ingi Jakobsson (2003-06-26)26 June 2003 (aged 17)40 Flag of Iceland.svg ÍF Grótta
42 DF Birgir Steinn Styrmisson (2004-06-07)7 June 2004 (aged 16)60 Flag of Iceland.svg KR Reykjavík
202 DF Róbert Thor Valdimarsson (2004-03-23)23 March 2004 (aged 16)20 Flag of Iceland.svg FH
62 DF Logi Hrafn Róbertsson (2004-07-22)22 July 2004 (aged 16)70 Flag of Iceland.svg FH
142 DF Thorsteinn Antonsson (2004-01-13)13 January 2004 (aged 17)10 Flag of England.svg Fulham
23 MF Jakob Franz Pálsson (2003-01-07)7 January 2003 (aged 18)51 Flag of Italy.svg Venezia
53 MF Kári Daníel Alexandersson (2003-09-29)29 September 2003 (aged 17)60 Flag of Iceland.svg Valur
163 MF Anton Logi Lúdvíksson (2003-03-13)13 March 2003 (aged 18)50 Flag of Iceland.svg Breiðablik
193 MF Hlynur Freyr Karlsson (2004-04-06)6 April 2004 (aged 16)30 Flag of Italy.svg Bologna
83 MF Kristian Hlynsson (2004-01-23)23 January 2004 (aged 17)101 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Ajax
154 FW Arnar Númi Gíslason (2004-12-15)15 December 2004 (aged 16)40 Flag of Iceland.svg Breiðablik
174 FW Adolf Dadi Birgisson (2004-03-04)4 March 2004 (aged 17)50 Flag of Iceland.svg Stjarnan
104 FW Hákon Arnar Haraldsson (2003-10-04)4 October 2003 (aged 17)151 Flag of Denmark.svg Copenhagen
94 FW Danijel Djuric (2003-01-05)5 January 2003 (aged 18)1911 Flag of Denmark.svg Midtjylland
114 FW Orri Steinn Óskarsson (2004-08-29)29 August 2004 (aged 16)71 Flag of Denmark.svg Copenhagen

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References

  1. "Gudmundsson believes Iceland can keep surprising - Under-17 - News". UEFA.com. Retrieved 2013-11-15.