Name
KÍ Klaksvík

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League Position
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Established
1904 (120 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Við Djúpumýrar
(2,600 Capacity)

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Location
Klaksvík

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Competitions
Faroe Islands Premier League
UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
UEFA Europa Conference League

Last Edit
AndyIgnacio: 03/Dec/23


Upcoming
28/04 EB Streymur - KÍ Klaksví
04/05 KÍ Klaksví - 07 Vestur
12/05 KÍ Klaksví - Vikingur
21/05 Skála ÍF - KÍ Klaksví
26/05 KÍ Klaksví - B68 Toftir

Results
20/04 KÍ Klaksví 3 - 0 B68 Toftir
14/04 HB Torshavn 1 - 0 KÍ Klaksví
06/04 Skála ÍF 1 - 2 KÍ Klaksví
01/04 KÍ Klaksví 3 - 2 NSI Runavik
16/03 B36 Torshavn 2 - 0 KÍ Klaksví

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Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag (Faroese for Sports Club of Klaksvík), commonly known as KÍ, is a Faroese professional football club based in Klaksvík. The club was founded in 1904 and is one of the most successful Faroese football clubs, having won the Faroe Islands Premier League 18 times and the Faroe Islands Cup 6 times. The club wears blue and white and plays matches at the Við Djúpumýrar stadium.

Team Members




Ahmed



8

Andreasen





Andreasen



17

Danielsen





Forren





Frederiksberg



22

Færø





Gaard





Gussiås





Hansen



26

Hansson



14

Joensen





Johannessen





Johansson





Josephsen





Kalsø



10

Kassi





Klettskarð





Kronberg





Lógv





Matras



6

Mikkelsen





Pavlović





Petersen





Pettersen





Poulsen





Silva





Vatnsdal





Vilhelmsen



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Stadium or Home

Við Djúpumýrar (formerly also known as Injector Arena for sponsorship reasons) is a multi-use stadium in Klaksvík, Faroe Islands. It is mostly used for football matches. Við Djúpumýrar is the home ground of Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag men's and women's teams and has a approximate capacity of 2,500 people, with 524 seats. The stadium hosted the Faroe Islands Cup final in 2010 and 2011.

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