FC Suðuroy is a Faroese Football club, which was founded in January 2010 and consists currently of the former clubs VB Vágur (founded in 1905) and SÍ Sumba (founded in 1949), which merged in 2005 to form VB/Sumba. FC Suðuroy's first team in the men's championship competes in the 1. deild in 2014. All teams play their home games at the Vesturi á Eiðinum Stadium in Vágur.
Effodeildin - Faroe Islands Premier League
VB/Sumba played in 1. deild (1. division, which is the second tier) in 2009 and won the division. FC Suðuroy therefore played their first season in the Faroe Islands Premier League, which was called Vodafonedeildin from 2009-2011. FC Suðuroy played their first league match on 1 April 2010 against the champions HB Tórshavn. The result was 4-4. FC Suðuroy didn't make it in Vodafonedeildin, they were relegated and played in 1. deild in 2011. They won the division with 70 points and were promoted to Effodeildin along with TB Tvøroyri, which is a club from the same island, Suðuroy.
As of March 23, 2014
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Notable former players for VB Vágur and VB/Sumba
Players who have played for national teams or for fully pro clubs.
Female football 2012: FC Suðuroy vs. Skála ÍF
Two FC Suðuroy players: Jón Krosslá Poulsen and Mamuka Toronjadze and one B68 Toftir
player on 2 October 2010. FC Suðuroy won the match 2-1.
Managers of FC Suðuroy
- Jón Pauli Olsen (2010–11)
- Pól F. Joensen (2011–22 May 12)
- Tórður Wiberg Holm, Bogi Mortensen and Egill Steinþórsson (interim) (22 May 2012–29 May 12)
- Saša Kolman (29 May 2012–31 October 2012)
- Jón Johannesen (13 November 2012–)
Chairmen of FC Suðuroy
Top Scorers for FC Suðuroy, VB Vágur and VB/Sumba