Fixtures

Iceland League Cup 02/12 11:00 1 FH Hafnarfjordur vs UMF Selfoss - View
Iceland League Cup 02/19 14:00 2 UMF Selfoss vs Fram Reykjavik - View
Iceland League Cup 02/25 19:00 3 Fylkir Reykjavik vs UMF Selfoss - View
Iceland League Cup 03/05 14:00 4 UMF Selfoss vs Grindavik - View
Iceland League Cup 03/13 16:00 5 KA Akureyri vs UMF Selfoss - View
Iceland 1 Deild 05/05 19:15 1 HK Kopavogur vs UMF Selfoss - View

Results

Iceland Pre-Season Cup 01/21 19:00 - Selfoss v Throttur Vogar W 4-0
Iceland Pre-Season Cup 01/14 18:00 - Njardvik v Selfoss W 0-1
Iceland Pre-Season Cup 01/08 14:00 - Kordrengir v Selfoss L 2-1
Iceland 1 Deild 09/18 14:00 22 [8] Selfoss v Fjolnir [3] L 0-1
Iceland 1 Deild 09/11 14:00 21 Thor Akureyri v Selfoss W 1-2
Iceland 1 Deild 09/03 17:30 20 [9] Selfoss v IBV Vestmannaeyjar [2] L 1-4
Iceland 1 Deild 08/28 14:00 19 [12] Vikingur Olafsvik v Selfoss [10] W 0-3
Iceland 1 Deild 08/24 18:00 18 [10] Selfoss v Afturelding [9] W 3-0
Iceland 1 Deild 08/19 19:15 17 [1] Fram Reykjavik v Selfoss [10] L 2-1
Iceland 1 Deild 08/13 18:00 16 [10] Selfoss v Grindavik [7] W 3-2
Iceland 1 Deild 08/05 19:15 15 [8] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v Selfoss [10] L 2-1
Iceland 1 Deild 07/29 19:15 14 [10] Selfoss v Throttur Reykjavik [11] L 0-3

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 32 17 15
Wins 12 7 5
Draws 3 2 1
Losses 17 8 9
Goals for 47 25 22
Goals against 56 30 26
Clean sheets 5 3 2
Failed to score 9 7 2

Wikipedia - UMF Selfoss

Ungmennafélag Selfoss, commonly known as Selfoss or UMF Selfoss, is an Icelandic multisport club, located in the town of Selfoss in the Southern Region. In May 2019, the Selfoss men's handball team won the national handball championship for the first time. In August 2019, the women's football team added the club's second major title in one year when it won the Icelandic Football Cup.

History

Ungmennafélag Selfoss (English: Selfoss' Youth Club) was established on 1 June 1936, as a general sports club for young men and women under the name Ungmennafélagið Tíbrá. On 26 January 1937 its name was changed to Ungmennafélag Selfoss. Today, the club has departments for nine sports activities (gymnastics, athletics, team handball, judo, football (soccer), weightlifting, swimming, taekwondo and motocross).