The Icelandic men’s national football team will receive a warm welcome home in downtown Reykjavík tonight when the athletes return from the EURO 2016 in France.
The fairy tale of the Icelandic men’s national football team finally ended at Stade de France in Paris tonight where a fabulous French team beat Iceland 5-2.
Regardless of tonight’s result at the EURO 2016 at Stade de France tonight, where Iceland meets France, one couple is happy.
The Pigalle District in Paris, often dubbed the Red Light District, is blue this afternoon, packed with thousands of Icelanders, wearing their blue jerseys.
Fourteen flights are scheduled between Iceland and Paris tomorrow, between the hours of 6:20 am and 11 pm.
The Reykjavík District Prosecutor has charged two men in connection with the fire at an auto body shop near downtown Reykjavík early in March.
Supporters of the Icelandic men’s national football team who want to fly to Paris for Sunday’s game against France may have to pay a high price for their flight ticket.
Dorrit Mousaieff, wife of President of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, jumped into the lap of Icelandic goalkeeper Hannes Halldórsson’s after Iceland’s win over England at Euro 2016 in Nice last night. Dorrit also danced a victory dance with Eggert Ólafsson, former chair of KSÍ.
Tickets for Iceland’s EURO2016 game against France in Paris on Sunday go on sale at noon today on UEFA’s website.
There was wild celebration in downtown Reykjavík last night, following Iceland’s 2-1 win over England at the EURO2016 in Nice.
Following Iceland's victory over England in Nice tonight at the EURO2016, the crowd that had gathered in downtown Reykjavík to watch the game celebrated.
President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson and President Elect Guðni Th. Jóhannesson both plan to attend tonight’s football game in Nice.
Coach Lars Lagerbäck is optimistic about the Icelandic men’s national football team’s game against England in Nice on Monday, saying he never lost a game against England when he coached the Swedish national team.
English newspapers are pleased with Iceland’s 2-1 victory over Austria at the EURO2016 in Paris yesterday.
Listen to the voice of Iceland's announcer, Guðmundur Benediktsson, a.k.a. Gummi Ben, and watch his reaction as Iceland unexpectedly beats Austria at the EURO2016 this afternoon.
Iceland beat Austria 2-1, exceeding all hopes, in today's EURO2016 game in Paris. Iceland is now through to the final 16.
After yesterday’s game when Iceland tied Portugal 1-1 in the 2016 Euro Cup in France, Portugal’s captain Christiano Ronaldo criticized Iceland for over-celebrating and has since taken heat from football fans on social media.