Iceland Premier League 06/02 14:00 9 IF Vestri vs Stjarnan - View
Iceland Premier League 06/18 18:00 10 Fylkir Reykjavik vs IF Vestri - View
Iceland Premier League 06/22 14:00 11 IF Vestri vs Valur Reykjavik - View
Iceland Premier League 06/27 18:00 12 IF Vestri vs Fram Reykjavik - View
Iceland Premier League 07/06 14:00 13 IF Vestri vs Breidablik - View
Iceland Premier League 07/14 16:00 14 IF Vestri vs KA Akureyri - View


Iceland Premier League 05/25 16:00 8 [7] KR Reykjavik v IF Vestri [10] D 2-2
Iceland Premier League 05/20 14:00 7 [10] IF Vestri v Vikingur Reykjavik [1] L 1-4
Iceland Cup 05/15 18:00 4 KA Akureyri v IF Vestri L 3-1
Iceland Premier League 05/11 14:00 6 [8] IA Akranes v IF Vestri [9] L 3-0
Iceland Premier League 05/04 14:00 5 [3] FH Hafnarfjordur v IF Vestri [8] L 3-2
Iceland Premier League 04/28 14:00 4 [9] IF Vestri v HK Kopavogur [12] W 1-0
Iceland Cup 04/25 14:00 5 Haukar v IF Vestri W 2-4
Iceland Premier League 04/21 14:00 14 [9] KA Akureyri v IF Vestri [12] W PPT.
Iceland Premier League 04/13 14:00 2 [2] Breidablik v IF Vestri [9] L 4-0
Iceland Premier League 04/07 13:00 1 [2] Fram Reykjavik v IF Vestri [2] L 2-0
Iceland League Cup 03/25 14:00 5 [6] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v IF Vestri [5] L 3-0
Iceland League Cup 03/03 12:00 4 [4] Breidablik v IF Vestri [5] D 1-1


Matches played 37 16 21
Wins 14 9 5
Draws 9 2 7
Losses 14 5 9
Goals for 49 21 28
Goals against 56 18 38
Clean sheets 8 7 1
Failed to score 9 3 6

Wikipedia - Vestri men's football

The Vestri men's football team, commonly known as Vestri, is the men's football department of the Íþróttafélagið Vestri multi-sport club and is based in Ísafjarðarbær, Iceland. As of 2024, it plays in the Icelandic top-tier Besta deild karla.


The club was founded in 1986 as the football department of Badmintonfélag Ísafjarðar, or BÍ for short. It first participated in the Icelandic tier-4 league, then known as 4. deild karla, that same year and their first coach was former Icelandic international player Björn Helgason. In 1988, Ísafjörður biggest club, Íþróttabandalag Ísafjarðar (ÍBÍ), folded after years of financial difficulties and most of their players moved over to BÍ who took over as the town's major football club. The club took up the name BÍ'88 to mark the new beginning and Jóhann Króknes Torfason was hired as the head coach. They won their group in 4. deild convincingly, scoring 46 goals while conceding only 3, with their biggest win being an 18–0 victory over Höfrungur. In the 4. deild playoff they came out on top and achieved promotion to 3. deild karla where they played the next three years. In 1991 the team achieved promotion to 2. deild karla after finishing as runner-up's in 3. deild. They played there for two years before being relegated back to 3. deild. After the 1996 season, the club withdrew from play due to financial difficulties.

From 2006 to 2016 the team fielded a joint team with Ungmennafélag Bolungarvíkur, called BÍ/Bolungarvík. In 2008 the team was promoted to 2. deild karla and in 2010 to 1. deild karla. In October 2010 the team hired Guðjón Þórðarson as their manager. In 2016 the club merged into Íþróttafélagið Vestri along with Skellur (Volleyball), Sundfélagið Vestri (Swim) and KFÍ (Basketball).

On 21 September 2019, Vestri won a 7–0 victory against Tindastóll in the last game of the season and secured a promotion to the second-tier 1. deild karla.

On 30 September 2023, Vestri defeated Afturelding in the 1. deild karla promotion playoff final to secure a berth in the top-tier Besta deild karla for the first time in its history.

IF Vestri is a professional soccer team based in the town of Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland. The team was founded in 1997 and has since become a prominent force in Icelandic football. Known for their strong defensive play and quick counterattacks, IF Vestri has a reputation for being a tough opponent on the field.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their home matches are played at the Vestmannaeyjar Stadium, which has a capacity of 2,000 spectators. IF Vestri has a dedicated fan base that passionately supports the team at every match, creating an electric atmosphere in the stadium.

IF Vestri competes in the Icelandic football league system and has had success in various competitions over the years. The team is known for developing talented young players and providing them with opportunities to showcase their skills on a professional level.

Overall, IF Vestri is a respected and competitive soccer team in Iceland, with a rich history and a bright future ahead.