Gísli Þorgeir Kristjánsson
|birthday||July 30, 1999|
|place of birth||Reykjavík , Iceland|
|Playing position||Back center|
|Clubs as active|
|from ... to||society|
|Debut on||October 26, 2017|
As of January 23, 2020
Gísli Þorgeir Kristjánsson played in Iceland for FH Hafnarfjörður , for whom he scored four goals in the 2017/18 EHF Cup . In the summer of 2018, the 1.91-meter-tall backcourt player moved to the German handball league for THW Kiel, where he signed a three-year contract. In 2019, he won the DHB Cup and the EHF Cup with THW Kiel . In January 2020 he moved to SC Magdeburg .
At the U-18 European Championship in Croatia in 2016 , Gísli was the most successful Icelandic shooter with 53 goals. On October 26, 2017, he made his debut in the 31:29 win against Sweden in the Icelandic men's national team .
Gísli Þorgeir Kristjánsson's mother is the politician and former Icelandic international Þorgerður Katrín Gunnarsdóttir . His father Kristján Arason played 245 international matches for the Icelandic national handball team, in which he scored 1,123 goals, and played in the handball Bundesliga at VfL Gummersbach , with which he won the German championship in 1988.
- Gísli Þorgeir Kristjánsson on the THW Kiel website
- Gísli Þorgeir Kristjánsson in the database of the European Handball Federation (English)
- www.hsi.is A landslið karla l 28 manna hópur fyrir EM2020 accessed on December 15, 2019
- THW Kiel secures Arason's son Kristjánsson. In: handball-world.news. December 6, 2017, accessed June 23, 2018 .
- SC Magdeburg signed Gísli Þorgeir Kristjánsson from Kiel. In: handball-world.news. January 23, 2020, accessed January 23, 2020 .
|SURNAME||Gísli Þorgeir Kristjánsson|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Icelandic handball player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 30, 1999|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Reykjavík , Iceland|