|president||Ágúst Sindri Karlsson|
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Andri Marteinsson|
The club was founded as Knattspyrnufélagið Haukar (German football club Die Habichte ) on April 12, 1931 by young men from the YMCA Hafnarfjörður.
Haukar Hafnarfjörður's men's team won the Icelandic national championship in 1943, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2015 and 2016
In the EHF Champions League , the club played:
- EHF Champions League 2003/04 : Third (Group B),
- EHF Champions League 2004/05 : Third (Group F),
- EHF Champions League 2005/06 : fourth (Group C),
- EHF Champions League 2008/09 : Third (Group F).
In the 2000/01 season, Haukar was able to record his greatest international success by moving into the semifinals of the EHF Cup .
Team 2008/2009: Andri Stefan Guðrúnarson , Arnar Jón Agnarsson, Arnar Pétursson, Aron Rafn Eðvarðsson, Birkir Ívar Guðmundsson , Einar Örn Jónsson , Elías Már Halldórsson , Freyr Brynjarsson, Gísli Rúnar Bergisson Jisson, Gunnó ÓrÓnar Bergisson Jisson, Gísli Viktorliisson, Gísli , Kári Kristján Kristjánsson , Kristján Örn Arnarsson, Pétur Pálsson, Sigurbergur Sveinsson , Stefán Sigurmannson, Stefán Stefánsson, Tjörvi Þorgeirsson, Þórður Guðmundsson, Aron Kristjánsson, Óskar Ármannsson, Hörður Davíð
Well-known (former) players include:
- Aliaksandr Shamkuts ,
- Vignir Svavarsson ,
- Gylfi Gylfason ,
- Robertas Paužuolis ,
- Ásgeir Örn Hallgrímsson
In the 2009 season, the men's soccer team reached second place in the second highest Icelandic league (1. deild karla) and rose to the Pepsideild , the highest Icelandic league. The men's soccer team played first-class in the 2010 season, but was immediately relegated.
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