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2004 Úrvalsdeild

The 2004 season of Úrvalsdeild was the 93rd season of league football in Iceland. FH won their very first title. KA and recently promoted Víkingur were relegated.

Final league position

Pos Team Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Points Notes
1 FH 18 10 7 1 33 16 +17 37 UEFA Champions League
2 ÍBV 18 9 4 5 35 20 +15 31 UEFA Cup
3 ÍA 18 8 7 3 28 19 +9 31 Inter-Toto Cup
4 Fylkir 18 8 5 5 26 20 +6 29
5 Keflavík 18 7 3 8 31 33 -2 24 UEFA Cup
6 KR 18 5 7 6 21 22 -1 22
7 Grindavík 18 5 7 6 24 31 -7 22
8 Fram 18 4 5 9 19 28 -9 17
9 Víkingur 18 4 4 10 19 30 -11 16 Relegated
10 KA 18 4 3 11 13 30 -17 15

Top goalscorers

# Player Club Goals
1 Iceland Gunnar Heiðar Þorvaldsson ÍBV 12
2 Iceland Grétar Ólafur Hjartarson Grindavík 11
3 Iceland Þórarinn Brynjar Kristjánsson Keflavík 10
4 Denmark Allan Borgvardt FH 8
5 Iceland Björgólfur Takefusa Fylkir 7
5 Iceland Ríkharður Daðason Fram 7
5 Iceland Arnar Gunnlaugsson KR 7
2004 Landsbankadeild Winners
FH
1st Title

Source

RSSSF.com

References

Template:2003–04 in European Football (UEFA) Template:2004–05 in European Football (UEFA)Template:Iceland-footy-competition-stub

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