|Stjarnan Icelandic Champion in Women’s Football|
|Written by Iceland Review|
|Wednesday, 31 August 2011 22:00|
According to Morgunbladid, there are still two rounds to go but as Stjarnan has won 13 games in a row and is seven points ahead of Valur, the runner-up, it is clear that the championship will go to Gardabaer this year.
With their victory yesterday, Stjarnan broke the five-year monopoly of the Icelandic championship by Valur from Reykjavík.
The men’s team from Stjarnan has also been successful this season; they have the highest-scoring player, the most goals and second-highest goal attempt rate, in addition to entertaining the crowd with unusual cheers.
Meanwhile, the women’s football team from Selfoss earned a seat in the premiere league for the first time last night by crushing Keflavík 6-1 in the teams’ second final. Keflavík won the first game 3-2 but now Selfoss has struck back with a vengeance.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 01 September 2011 00:29|