Fixtures

Island - 1 Deild 07/09 14:00 11 Grindavik vs Grotta Seltjarnarnes - View
Island - 1 Deild 07/14 19:15 12 Grotta Seltjarnarnes vs UMF Selfoss - View
Island - 1 Deild 07/23 14:00 13 IF Vestri vs Grotta Seltjarnarnes - View
Island - 1 Deild 07/27 19:15 14 HK Kopavogur vs Grotta Seltjarnarnes - View
Island - 1 Deild 08/05 19:15 15 KV Vesturbaer vs Grotta Seltjarnarnes - View
Island - 1 Deild 08/12 19:15 16 Grotta Seltjarnarnes vs Afturelding - View

Results

Island - 1 Deild 07/05 19:15 10 [2] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v Fjolnir [5] W 4-1
Island - 1 Deild 07/01 19:15 9 [8] Kordrengir v Grotta Seltjarnarnes [2] L 1-0
Island - 1 Deild 06/27 19:15 6 [4] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v Throttur Vogar [12] W 1-0
Island - 1 Deild 06/23 19:15 8 [2] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v Fylkir Reykjavik [5] L 2-5
Island - 1 Deild 06/16 18:00 7 [9] Thor Akureyri v Grotta Seltjarnarnes [4] W 0-1
Island - 1 Deild 06/03 19:15 5 [10] Afturelding v Grotta Seltjarnarnes [2] D 2-2
Island - 1 Deild 05/28 14:00 4 [4] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v KV Vesturbaer [12] W 5-1
Island - Pohár 05/24 19:15 5 HK Kopavogur v Grotta Seltjarnarnes L 3-1
Island - 1 Deild 05/19 19:15 3 [5] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v HK Kopavogur [6] W 2-0
Island - 1 Deild 05/13 19:15 2 [6] Selfoss v Grotta Seltjarnarnes [2] L 2-1
Island - 1 Deild 05/07 14:00 1 [7] Grotta Seltjarnarnes v IF Vestri [7] W 5-0
Island - Pohár 04/22 19:15 8 Grotta Seltjarnarnes v KM Reykjavik W 12-0

Statistiky

 TotalDomácíHosté
Matches played 30 17 13
Wins 16 12 4
Draws 2 1 1
Losses 12 4 8
Goals for 83 64 19
Goals against 53 25 28
Clean sheets 8 6 2
Failed to score 3 0 3

Íþróttafélagið Grótta (English: Grótta Sports Club; pronounced [ˈkrouhta]) is an Icelandic sports club based in the town of Seltjarnarnes, in the Capital Region. The club is best known for its women's handball team that won the national championship in 2015 and 2016, but also has departments for gymnastics, football and powerlifting.

History

Grótta was officially founded on 24 April 1967 by Garðar Guðmundsson, a football supporter from Seltjarnarnes who had begun the process of forming a club the previous year. Initially the club had only a football team but later expanded to include handball (1969) , gymnastics (1985) and powerlifting (2013). The club has over the years tried to incorporate sports including basketball, skiing and chess but they have all failed.

On 24 April 2007, the club held a festival to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its foundation. The day included a parade through the town with a brass band, displays by the club's various teams, addresses by the mayor and chairman and a gala.