Faroese Football Championship 2011
|Champions League||B36 Tórshavn|
EB / Streymur ,
Víkingur Gøta ,
|Cup winners||EB / Streymur|
07 Vestur ,
|Gates||478 (ø 3.54 per game)|
|spectator||approx 68500? "` UNIQ - ref-00000000-QINU` "? (ø approx 510? "` UNIQ - ref-00000001-QINU` "? per game)|
( Víkingur Gøta )
|← Vodafonedeildin 2010|
The 2011 Faroese Football Championship was held in the first Faroese league called Vodafonedeildin and was the 69th season overall. It started on April 9, 2011 with EB / Streymur's game against Víkingur Gøta and ended on October 22, 2011.
The promoted 07 Vestur and KÍ Klaksvík returned to the top division after one year. Champion was B36 Tórshavn , who could win the title for the ninth time. Defending champion HB Tórshavn ended up in eighth place. On the other hand, 07 Vestur and B71 Sandur had to relegate after one and two years of first class respectively.
Compared to the previous season, the goal rate improved to 3.54 per game, which was the highest average since 2002 . NSÍ Runavík scored the highest victory with a 9-0 home game against 07 Vestur on matchday six. The game with the highest number of goals was on matchday 12 between 07 Vestur and NSÍ Runavík, which ended 4: 6.
In the Vodafonedeildin , each team played against each other three times on 27 match days. Due to the previous year's placement, HB Tórshavn , EB / Streymur , NSÍ Runavík , ÍF Fuglafjørður and Víkingur Gøta played an additional home game. The team with the best points at the end of the season was clear as the champions of this league, the last two teams relegated to the 1st Deild , the Faroese second division.
Newcomer KÍ Klaksvík sat right at the beginning of the table by winning the first three games. It was only on the fifth day of the match that the first defeat was set with a 2-1 home game against NSÍ Runavík . The lead changed to B36 Tórshavn , who overtook EB / Streymur 1-0 and were still unbeaten with three wins and two draws. B36 did not lose for the first time on the 17th matchday, the away game against the third-placed ended with 1: 2 away. Until then, the team was always able to assert itself in front of the closest pursuers Víkingur Gøta , who could not take advantage of the slip, however, as they themselves could not get beyond a 1-1 draw in the away game against 07 Vestur . On the 23rd match day, B36 lost to EB / Streymur, this time at home with 1: 2. However, these should remain the only two defeats, so that the lead could be maintained until the end of the season. The championship decision was made on the penultimate day of the match, when B36 was victorious 2-1 away against NSÍ and thus could not be overtaken despite EB / Streymur's 1-0 victory against B71 Sandur .
B71 Sandur was in last place from the start. It was not until the sixth match day that they won 2-1 in the away game against ÍF Fuglafjørður , which was the only time during the season that they left the end of the table and the place could be swapped with the previously winless 07 Vestur. The next match day there was a direct duel, which 07 Vestur won 2-1 in the home game. There were four wins from the next eight games, so that on the 15th matchday the fifth place was for 07 Vestur. After that, however, not a single victory was achieved, so that the crash to the penultimate place occurred again. B71 Sandur only achieved their next two victories again on matchday 14 with a 2-1 at KÍ Klaksvík and on matchday 16 with a 2-0 home win against 07 Vestur, but after that, with the exception of the last matchday, no triple points were scored.
On the 24th matchday, B71 Sandur was the first to be relegated after their 2-1 away defeat against B36 Tórshavn, although HB Tórshavn , who had previously been eighth, won their home game 4-1 against 07 Vestur and the gap to the non- relegation places had become impossible to catch up. On the penultimate matchday, the second relegated team was confirmed by the 0: 1 home defeat of 07 Vestur against B68 Toftir.
Teams of the Vodafonedeildin 2011
|2.||EB / Streymur (P)||27||19th||3||5||66:33||+33||60|
|5.||KÍ Klaksvík (N)||27||10||4th||13||48:50||−2||34|
|6th||B68 Toftir||27||9||5||13||44:44||± 0||32|
|8th.||HB Tórshavn (M)||27||7th||5||15th||46:56||−10||26th|
|9.||07 Vestur (N)||27||6th||6th||15th||30:65||−35||24|
Placement criteria: 1st points - 2nd goal difference - 3rd goals scored
|(M)||Master of the previous year|
|(P)||Cup winner of the previous year|
|(N)||Newcomers from the 2nd Deild|
Games and results
|07 V||B36||B68||B71||EB / S||HB||ÍF||KÍ||NSÍ||Víkingur|
|07 Vestur||0: 3||2: 3||0: 1||0: 1||2: 1||2: 2||1: 7||1-0||1-0||3: 3||2: 2||4: 6||1: 1|
|B36 Tórshavn||1-0||1-0||4: 1||2: 1||1-0||1: 2||4: 1||3: 2||1: 1||3-0||4: 1||4: 3||2-0|
|B68 Toftir||1: 1||2: 2||2: 3||3: 1||1-0||3: 2||0-0||1-0||3: 4||0: 1||3-0||1: 1||1: 2|
|B71 Sandur||2-0||2: 3||0: 5||0: 3||1: 2||0: 2||1: 4||0: 6||0: 1||1: 6||1: 3||0: 6||1: 4|
|EB / Streymur||1-0||2: 1||2: 1||3: 2||5: 1||1-0||3: 1||1-0||2-0||3-0||2: 2||5: 1||2: 1||3: 3|
|HB Tórshavn||5-0||4: 1||1: 3||3: 3||2-0||5-0||3: 2||3: 4||3: 1||1: 4||1: 3||0-0||1: 2||2: 2|
|ÍF Fuglafjørður||1: 2||1: 2||1: 1||3: 1||1: 2||3: 2||0: 4||0: 2||3-0||7: 1||0: 1||0: 1||1: 1||1: 2|
|KÍ Klaksvík||1: 2||0: 2||0: 3||3: 1||5: 3||1: 2||1: 3||2: 2||2-0||1: 2||5: 1||0: 1||1: 4|
|NSÍ Runavík||9-0||1-0||2: 3||1: 2||1-0||2: 1||1: 1||2: 2||2: 1||2: 1||1: 1||1: 2||3: 3||0: 1|
|Víkingur Gøta||1: 1||5: 1||1: 1||0: 2||2: 1||4: 1||3: 2||3: 1||3: 1||1-0||4-0||2: 1||3: 2||1: 2|
List of goalscorers
If the number of hits is the same, the players are sorted alphabetically by last name.
|1||Finnur Justinussen||Víkingur Gøta||21st|
|2||Klæmint Olsen||NSÍ Runavík||18th|
|3||Łukasz Cieślewicz||B36 Tórshavn||17th|
|4th||Arnbjørn Theodor Hansen||EB / Streymur||14th|
|Kristoffur Jakobsen||KÍ Klaksvík|
|Clayton Nascimento||07 Vestur|
|7th||Christian Høgni Jacobsen||NSÍ Runavík||13|
|8th||Jákup á Borg||B36 Tórshavn||12|
|Chris Muomaife||ÍF Fuglafjørður|
|10||Leif Niclasen||EB / Streymur||11|
|Símun Eiler Samuelsen||HB Tórshavn|
This was the second title for Finnur Justinussen after 2009 .
|07 Vestur||Hegga Samuelsen||1-10|
|B36 Tórshavn||John Petersen||1-27|
|B68 Toftir||Bill Mc. Leod Jacobsen||1-27|
|B71 Sandur||Piotr Krakowski||1-27|
|EB / Streymur||Heðin Askham||1-27|
|HB Tórshavn||Julian Hansen||1-12|
|ÍF Fuglafjørður||Abraham Løkin||1-10|
|KÍ Klaksvík||Aleksandar Đorđević||1-27|
|NSÍ Runavík||Pauli Poulsen||1-27|
|Víkingur Gøta||Jógvan Martin Olsen||1-27|
Three teams changed coaches during the season. ÍF Fuglafjørður improved by one position to seventh place, while HB Tórshavn lost two places with the new coach and finally came in eighth. For 07 Vestur, the change of coach had no effect on table placement.
If there are several stadiums listed, the number of games played there is given in brackets.
|07 Vestur||Á Dungasandi||Sørvágur|
|B71 Sandur||Inni í Vika (1)||Argir|
|Inni í Dal (12)||Sandur|
|EB / Streymur||Við Margáir||Streymnes|
|ÍF Fuglafjørður||Í Fløtugerði||Fuglafjørður|
|KÍ Klaksvík||Við Djúpumýrar||Klaksvík|
|NSÍ Runavík||Við Løkin||Runavík|
The following referees, including one each from Denmark and Norway, led the 135 top division games:
|Petur Reinert||Víkingur Gøta||21st|
|Rúni Gaardbo||B68 Toftir||19th|
|Eiler Rasmussen||Skála ÍF||19th|
|Dagfinn Forná||NSÍ Runavík||18th|
|Ransin Napoleon Djurhuus||HB Tórshavn||17th|
|Lars Muller||Royn Hvalba||16|
|Georg Nolsøe Rasmussen||B36 Tórshavn||11|
|Rói Jacobsen||FC Hoyvík||5|
|Alex Troleis||B68 Toftir||5|
|Bárður Mortensen||ÍF Fuglafjørður||2|
The championship team
The number of missions and the goals scored are given in brackets.
Hørður Askham (2/0) | Jákup á Borg (25/12) | Sigurð Carlsson (1/0) | Łukasz Cieślewicz (27/17) | Atli Danielsen (13/0) | Høgni Eysturoy (26/0) | Odmar Færø (24/0) | John Hansen (10/1) | Ingi Højsted (23/1) | Kenneth Jacobsen (19/1) | Rúnar Jacobsen (3/0) | Róaldur Jakobsen (26/7) | Meinhard Joensen (27/0) | Símun Joensen (26/8) | Klæmint Matras (26/3) | Ámund Nolsøe (3/0) | Súni Olsen (25/5) | Jonas Rasmussen (27/4) | Heini í Skorini (26/4) | Rasmus Dan Sørensen (3/0) | Mahmud Suleiman (10/0)
without commitment: Thomas Knudsen | Magnus Emil Poulsen
After the end of the season, the captains and coaches of the ten league players and members of the press cast their votes for the following awards :
- Player of the Year: Łukasz Cieślewicz ( B36 Tórshavn )
- Goalkeeper of the Year: René Tórgarð ( EB / Streymur )
- Trainer of the Year: John Petersen , Mikkjal Thomassen (B36 Tórshavn)
- Young Player of the Year: Klæmint Olsen ( NSÍ Runavík )
In the national cup , EB / Streymur won 3-0 against ÍF Fuglafjørður . Master B36 Tórshavn was eliminated in the first round 2-0 against the cup winners.
In 2011/12 HB Tórshavn played as champions of the previous year in the second qualifying round for the Champions League against Malmö FF (Sweden). HB lost the first leg away 2-0, at home it was only enough to score 1-1.
EB / Streymur played last year’s cup winners in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League against FK Qarabağ Ağdam (Azerbaijan). The first leg in the Faroe Islands ended 1: 1, the second leg also ended with 0: 0 and thus EB / Streymur were eliminated due to the away goals rule .
NSÍ Runavík played against Fulham FC (England) in the first qualifying round for the UEFA Europa League . The first leg was lost 3-0 away, while the second leg was 0-0.
ÍF Fuglafjørður also played in the first qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League against KR Reykjavík (Iceland), losing the home game 3-1 and the away game 1-5.
- ↑ a b Based on an evaluation of the 2011 match reports available at FaroeSoccer.com , with data only available for 111 out of 135 matches.
- ↑ Player of the Year Awards , October 25, 2011. Accessed October 26, 2011.
- Vodafonedeildin 2011 on FaroeSoccer.com (Faroese)