Royn Hvalba

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Royn Hvalba
Full name Bóltfelagið Royn
Nickname(s) Royn
Founded October 23, 1923
Ground Á Skørinum
Hvalba, Faroes
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman Faroe Islands Gunnhild Mortensen
Manager Faroe Islands Eyðun Gullok Svalbard
League Faroe Islands 2. deild
2014 1 3. deild
Hvalba, Á Skørinum football field and Royn Sports Hall.

Royn Hvalba or Bóltfelagið Royn or just Royn is a Faroese football and sports association from Hvalba in Suðuroy, founded 23 October 1923.[1] Chairman for Royn Hvalba is Gunnhild Mortensen. Manager is Eyðun Gullok Svalbard. Royn has a team in the Faroese second division (2. deild). Royn also has teams for girls and boys, in 2012 they had a team for girls under 12, a team for boys U8 and one for boys U10. Royn and TB Tvøroyri now have a new manager for all the youth teams of the two clubs. Men over 35 have their own team. The women had their own team earlier. Royn is one of three football associations in the island Suðuroy. The other two football clubs are FC Suðuroy with base in Vágur and TB Tvøroyri from Tvøroyri. Royn Hvalba plays its home matches on the football field in Hvalba, which is a grass field (natural grass).

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Current squad[edit]

As of May 28, 2015.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Faroe Islands GK Jóan Hammer
3 Faroe Islands MF Jón Sigurð Poulsen
4 Faroe Islands DF Kristian Bertholdsen
5 Faroe Islands MF Teitur Midjord
6 Faroe Islands DF Tórður Arnfinnur Thomsen
7 Faroe Islands MF Jóan Petur Johansen
8 Faroe Islands DF Kristin Oluf Müller
9 Faroe Islands MF Brandur Mortensen
No. Position Player
10 Faroe Islands MF Signar H. Olsen
11 Faroe Islands FW Chris H. Craib
13 Faroe Islands MF Marner Gudmundsen
14 Faroe Islands DF Benjamin M. Midjord
15 Faroe Islands FW Bjørgvin Sveinbjørnsson
16 Faroe Islands GK Kim Mortensen
17 Faroe Islands DF Janus Midjord
19 Faroe Islands DF Jón Thomsen
20 Faroe Islands MF Tórolv H. Craib

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