Broadcast Euro 2016 Iceland v Austria 22.06.2016

Euro 2016 Iceland v Austria Broadcast

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Iceland v Austria Line-ups

Official squad list

Iceland

Iceland_FA

Goalkeepers

# NAME AGE CLUB
1 Hannes Halldórsson 32 Bodø/Glimt
12 Ögmundur Kristinsson 26 Hammarby
13 Ingvar Jónsson 26 Sandefjord

Defenders

# NAME AGE CLUB
2 Birkir Sævarsson 31 Hammarby
3 Haukur Heidar Hauksson 24 AIK
4 Hjörtur Hermannsson 21 Goteborg
5 Sverrir Ingason 22 Lokeren
6 Ragnar Sigurdsson 29 Krasnodar
18 Elmar Bjarnason 29 AGF
19 Hordur Magnússon 23 Cesena
21 Arnor Ingvi Traustason 23 Norrkoping
23 Ari Skúlason 29 OB

Midfielders

# NAME AGE CLUB
8 Birkir Bjarnason 28 Basel
10 Gylfi Sigurdsson 26 Swansea
14 Kári Árnason 33 Malmo
16 Rúnar Már Sigurjónsson 25 Sundsvall
17 Aron Gunnarsson 27 Cardiff
20 Emil Hallfredsson 31 Udinese

Forwards

# NAME AGE CLUB
7 Johann Gudmundsson 25 Charlton
9 Kolbeinn Sigthórsson 26 Nantes
11 Alfred Finnbogason 27 Augsburg
15 Jón Dadi Bödvarsson 24 Kaiserslautern
22 Eidur Gudjohnsen 37 Molde

Austria

Austria

Goalkeepers

# NAME AGE CLUB
1 Robert Almer 32 Austria Wien
12 Heinz Lindner 25 Frankfurt
23 Ramazan Ozcan 31 Ingolstadt

Defenders

# NAME AGE CLUB
3 Aleksandar Dragovic 25 Dynamo Kyiv
4 Martin Hinteregger 23 Monchengladbach
5 Christian Fuchs 30 Leicester
13 Markus Suttner 29 Ingolstadt
15 Sebastian Prodl 28 Watford
16 Kevin Wimmer 23 Tottenham
17 Florian Klein 29 Stuttgart

Midfielders

# NAME AGE CLUB
2 Gyorgy Garics 32 Darmstadt
6 Stefan Ilsanker 27 Leipzig
8 David Alaba 23 Bayern
10 Zlatko Junuzovic 28 Bremen
11 Martin Harnik 28 Stuttgart
14 Julian Baumgartlinger 28 Mainz
18 Alessandro Schopf 22 Schalke
20 Marcel Sabitzer 22 Leipzig
22 Jakob Jantscher 27 Luzern

Forwards

# NAME AGE CLUB
7 Marko Arnautovic 27 Stoke
9 Rubin Okotie 29 1860 Munchen
19 Lukas Hinterseer 25 Ingolstadt
21 Marc Janko 32 Basel
 

Iceland have yet to defeat Austria in three meetings but hope the tide will turn as they look to finish UEFA EURO 2016 Group F on a high.

Previous meetings

• Austria are undefeated in three against Iceland although they were held 1-1 in an Innsbruck friendly in May 2014. Kolbeinn Sigthorsson cancelled out Marcel Sabitzer’s opener for Austria.

• The current head coaches of the two nations, Marcel Koller and Lars Lagerback/Heimir Hallgrímsson, were in charge for that game.

• The only competitive encounters between the countries came nearly 27 years ago, a 0-0 draw in Reykjavik and a 2-1 win in Salzburg helping Austria qualify for the 1990 FIFA World Cup.

Iceland: Top five qualifying goals

EURO facts – Iceland

• This is Iceland’s first game at a major final tournament. They are one of two sides making their major finals debut at UEFA EURO 2016, along with Albania.

• With a population of 330,000, Iceland is the smallest nation to have appeared at any major final tournament; with around 8.4 million citizens, Austria’s population is over 25 times that of Iceland.

• Icelandic sides have played five games in France in UEFA club competition, losing all five of them by an aggregate score of 17-2.

See goals which clinched Austria’s EURO spot

EURO facts – Austria

• This is the first time Austria have qualified for a UEFA European Championship final tournament. They appeared as co-hosts at UEFA EURO 2008 but failed to win in three games.

• Austria’s greatest achievement to date is a third-place finish at the 1954 World Cup in neighbouring Switzerland. They last qualified for a World Cup in 1998, when the tournament was staged in France.

• Austria played in Saint-Denis at the 1998 finals, losing 2-1 to Italy on 23 June – a defeat which spelled elimination for Herbert Prohaska’s side.

• Austria are one of four nations – along with England, Italy and Romania – who came through UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying unbeaten (W9 D1).

Coach and player links

• Austria defender David Alaba turns 24 on 24 June, two days after this game.

• Play together:
Birkir Bjarnason (Iceland) and Marc Janko (Austria) – Basel

• Have played together:
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland) and David Alaba (Austria) – Hoffenheim, 2011

• An Ajax side featuring Sigthorsson lost 3-0 and 3-1 to a Salzburg team that included Austria’s Martin Hinteregger, Stefan Ilsanker and Florian Klein in the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League round of 32.

• Janko scored in Twente’s 2-1 Dutch Super Cup win against Sigthorsson’s Ajax on 30 July 2011.

• Hinteregger scored in Salzburg’s 2-0 victory against a Malmo side featuring Iceland’s Kari Arnason in the first leg of a 2015/16 UEFA Champions League third qualifying round tie.

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