Iceland 2 Deild

Fixtures

DateRHome v Away-
06/19 14:00 7 IR Reykjavik v Fjardabyggd View
06/19 14:00 7 Leiknir Faskrudsfjordur v Throttur Vogum View
06/19 14:00 7 Reynir Sandgerdi v Magni Grenivik View
06/19 16:00 7 KF Fjallabyggd v KV Vesturbaer View
06/19 16:00 7 Volsungur v Kari View
06/25 19:15 8 KV Vesturbaer v Reynir Sandgerdi View
06/26 14:00 8 Magni Grenivik v Leiknir Faskrudsfjordur View
06/26 14:00 8 Throttur Vogum v Volsungur View
06/26 16:00 8 Njardvik v KF Fjallabyggd View
06/30 17:00 9 Leiknir Faskrudsfjordur v KV Vesturbaer View
06/30 18:00 9 KF Fjallabyggd v Fjardabyggd View
06/30 19:15 9 Haukar v IR Reykjavik View

Results

Date R Home v Away -
06/18 18:00 7 [8] Haukar v Njardvik [4] 1-1
06/15 20:00 8 [12] Kari v IR Reykjavik [5] 1-1
06/12 14:00 6 [8] Volsungur v Leiknir Faskrudsfjordur [9] 1-3
06/12 14:00 6 [12] Kari v Fjardabyggd [11] 0-0
06/10 19:15 6 [3] Throttur Vogum v Reynir Sandgerdi [5] 1-3
06/10 19:15 6 [6] Njardvik v IR Reykjavik [1] 2-0
06/10 19:15 6 [10] Magni Grenivik v KF Fjallabyggd [2] 3-3
06/10 19:15 6 [4] KV Vesturbaer v Haukar [7] 1-1
06/06 14:00 5 [10] Leiknir Faskrudsfjordur v Kari [12] 1-0
06/05 14:00 5 [9] Haukar v Magni Grenivik [8] 3-0
06/05 14:00 5 [12] Fjardabyggd v Njardvik [6] 1-1
06/05 14:00 5 [3] KF Fjallabyggd v Throttur Vogum [4] 0-0

Wikipedia - 2. deild karla

2. deild karla (English: Men's Second Division) is a football league in Iceland. It is the third division in the Icelandic football league system. The current champions are Afturelding from Mosfellsbær, who won their 1st title in 2018.

The division was started in 1966 as third division with two provisional groups, with number of teams varying from 7 to 10 teams in each group. In 1987 it was decided to merge the two groups to form a single nationwide league with 10 teams so at the end of the 1987 season only three teams from each group would stay in the league, the top teams in each group were promoted, all other teams relegated to the 4th division and two teams promoted from the 4th division. In 1997 after a name change, the division became Second division.

In 2008, as a part of a general change in Icelandic football, the number of teams was increased from 10 to 12.