KÍ Klaksvík (women)

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KÍ Klaksvík
KÍ Klaksvík logo.svg
Full name Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag
Nickname(s)
Founded 24 August 1904
(Women's team 1985)
Ground Djúpumýra Stadium
Klaksvík
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Tummas Lervig
Manager No Manager
League 1. deild kvinnur
2015 1st
Website Club home page

KÍ Klaksvík Kvinnur is the women's football team of KÍ Klaksvík, a Faroese football club, based in Klaksvík and founded in 1904. The club plays in blue and white. Their stadium, Djúpumýra, has a capacity of 3,000.

The women's section was created in 1985 and the team is the current champion of 1. deild kvinnur and the most successful in the Faroe Islands. They have won 1. deild for the record-breaking past 15 seasons.[1] So since the UEFA Women's Cup began in 2001, they are the only women's team to have represented the Faroe Islands in Europe,[2] and the only team to have participated in every UEFA competition from the inaugural 2001–02 edition to date.[3]

KÍ Klaksvík currently has four players on the Faroe Islands women's national football team:[4] Laila Pætursdóttir, Eyðvør Klakstein, Malena Josephsen and Rannvá B. Andreasen.

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

  • As of 9 August 2015 according to UEFA's website.[6]
  • Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
01. Faroe Islands Jóhanna Í Króki
16. Serbia Ana Ivanov
21. Faroe Islands Monika Biskopstø
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0
0
0
0
0
0
04. Faroe Islands Katrina Akursmørk
07. Faroe Islands Ragna Patawary
13. Faroe Islands Amanda Johannesen
20. Faroe Islands Bára Klakstein
22. Faroe Islands Lisa Joensen
0
0
0
0
0
02. Faroe Islands Erla Christiansen
06. Faroe Islands Ása K. Thomsen
08. Faroe Islands Malena Josephsen
10. Faroe Islands Maria K. Thomsen
11. Faroe Islands Sigrun Sirdal
12. Faroe Islands Gudny Johannesen
15. Faroe Islands Tóra Mohr
17. Faroe Islands Sigrid Jacobsen
19. Faroe Islands Eyðvør Klakstein
24. Faroe Islands Tove Sólheyg
03. Faroe Islands Liljan Jacobsen
05. Faroe Islands Hervør Olsen
09. Faroe Islands Rannvá Andreasen
18. Faroe Islands Olga Kristina Hansen
23. Faroe Islands Evi Á Lakjuni
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0
0
0
0

Former internationals[edit]

Results in Europe[edit]

As of 2014 KI is the only team to qualify for every single UEFA season. They never though advanced from the first group stage to the knock-out phase.

Season Competition Round Country Opponent Result Location
2001/02 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage Austria USC Landhaus Vienna 2–1 Helsinki
Group Stage Finland HJK Helsinki 0–4 Helsinki
Group Stage Italy Torres Terra Sarda 0–4 Helsinki
2002/03 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage Sweden Umeå IK 0–7 Umeå
Group Stage Czech Republic Sparta Prague 0–4 Umeå
Group Stage Estonia TKSK Visa Tallinn 2–0 Umeå
2003/04 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Round England Fulham LFC 0–8 Sanem
Qualifying Round Netherlands Ter Leede 0–5 Sanem
Qualifying Round Moldova FC Codru Anenii Noi 3–5 Sanem
2004/05 UEFA Women's Cup 1st Round Ukraine Metalist Kharkov 1–2 Wrocław
1st Round Poland AZS Wroclaw 1–5 Wrocław
1st Round Wales Cardiff City L.F.C. 4–0 Wrocław
2005/06 UEFA Women's Cup 1st Round Switzerland SC LUwin.ch 1–5 Struga
1st Round Moldova FC Codru Anenii Noi 1–4 Struga
1st Round Republic of Macedonia KFF Skiponjat 1–1 Struga
2006/07 UEFA Women's Cup 1st Round France Juvisy FCF 0–6 Livingston
1st Round Scotland Hibernian L.F.C. 1–2 Livingston
1st Round Spain RCD Espanyol 0–7 Livingston
2007/08 UEFA Women's Cup 1st Round Netherlands ADO Den Haag 1–1 Klaksvík
1st Round Iceland Valur Reykjavik 0–6 Klaksvík
1st Round Finland FC Honka 1–4 Klaksvík
2008/09 UEFA Women's Cup 1st Round Hungary 1. FC Femina Budapest 2–2 Šiauliai
1st Round Russia Zvezda 2005 Perm 0–8 Šiauliai
1st Round Lithuania Gintra Universitetas 2–2 Šiauliai
2009/10 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round France Montpellier HSC 0–2 Strumica
Qualifying Round Bulgaria FC NSA Sofia 1–2 Strumica
Qualifying Round Republic of Macedonia ZFK Tikvesanka 4–2 Strumica
2010/11 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round England Everton LFC 0–6 Šiauliai
Qualifying Round Lithuania Gintra Universitetas 0–0 Šiauliai
Qualifying Round Republic of Macedonia Borec Veles 2–0 Šiauliai
2011/12 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round Malta Mosta 1–0 Subotica
Qualifying Round Serbia ŽFK Spartak Subotica 2–4 Subotica
Qualifying Round Scotland Glasgow City 0–5 Subotica
2012/13 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round Cyprus Apollon Limassol 0–7 Limassol
Qualifying Round Ukraine WFC Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv 1–2 Limassol
Qualifying Round Albania Ada Velipojë 11–1 Limassol
2013/14 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round Montenegro ŽFK Ekonomist 1–1 Torres Novas
Qualifying Round Portugal Atlético Ouriense 1–2 Fátima
Qualifying Round Switzerland FC Zürich Frauen 0–3 Torres Novas
2014/15 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round Albania Vllaznia 1–2 Šiauliai
Qualifying Round Lithuania Gintra Universitetas 0–2 Šiauliai
Qualifying Round Cyprus Apollon Limassol 1–3 Pakruojis
2015/16 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round Cyprus Apollon Limassol 0–2 Paphos
Qualifying Round Iceland Stjarnan 0–4 Geroskipou
Qualifying Round Malta Hibernians 3–3 Paphos
2016/17 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round Cyprus Apollon Limassol 0–5 Paphos
Qualifying Round Greece PAOK 1–1 Paphos
Qualifying Round Kosovo Hajvalia 1–1 Paphos

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1. deild kvinnur" (in Faroese). faroesoccer.fo. Retrieved 20 October 2014. 
  2. ^ UEFA.com, UEFA Women's Champions League, KÍ Klaksvík, Qualifying round.
  3. ^ "Women's qualifying round draw live on UEFA.com". UEFA. 17 June 2011. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  4. ^ FSF.fo
  5. ^ "KÍ er føroyameistari" (in Faroese). portal.fo. 12 October 2013. Retrieved 14 October 2013. KÍ-kvinnurnar settu eina tjúkka striku undir sítt 14. føroyameistaraheiti á rað, tá tær í dag vunnu 9–0 á ÍF í Fuglafirði. 
  6. ^ "UEFA Women's Champions League: Klaksvíkar ĺtrottarfelag". UEFA. Retrieved 19 October 2016. 

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