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Son of former Chelsea, Barcelona Eidur included in Iceland squad for U-19’s Euro finals

Group B participants Iceland have selected their squad for next month’s European Championships for the U-19’s teams that will be played in Malta.

The Nordic side – who will face Spain, Norway and Greece – will be led by coach Olafur Ingi Skulason.

Majority of the squad is based in Iceland with other members plying their trade in nearby countries namely Denmark and Sweden including Daniel Gudjohnsen, son of former Chelsea and Barcelona Eidur, who currently plays for Malmo.

The 17-year-old has represented Iceland at U-16’s and U-17’s level as well. He has two caps for the U-19’s selection.

They also have goalkeeper Lukas Petersson who is on the books of Bundesliga club Hoffenheim.

Iceland launch their campaign against Spain on July 4 before they face Norway on July 7 and Greece on July 10.


Halldor Georgsson (Fjolnir), Lukas Petersson (Hoffenheim, Germany).

Arnar Gislason (Grotta), Hylnur Karlsson (Valur), Thorstein Aronsson (Stjarnan), Daniel Kristjansson (Midtylland, Denmark), Arnar Adalsteinsson (Grotta), Asgeir Magnusson (Keflavik), Robert Porkelsson (Stjarnan).

Bjarni Brynjolfsson (Akureyri), Eggert Gudmundsson (Stjarnan), Gisli Thordarson (Vikingur), Gudmundur Nakkvason (Stjarnan), Sigurbergur Jorundsson (Stjarnan), Haukur Haraldsson (Akranes), August Porsteinsson (Breidablik), Logi Robertsson (Hafnarfjordur), Johannes Bjarnason (Norrkoping, Sweden).

Hilmir Mikaelsson (Tromso, Norway), Adolf Birgisson (Stjarnan), Daniel Gudjohnsen (Malmo, Sweden).

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