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Pepsi Max deild

Pepsi Max deild
League level: First Tier - Iceland Iceland
Number of teams: 12 teams
Players: 306
Foreigners: 26 Players  8,5%
ø-Market value: 66 K €
UEFA coefficient: 46. Pos.  5.375 Points
Record-holding champions: KR Reykjavík  27 time(s)
ø-Age: 24,8 Years
Reigning champion: KR Reykjavík
Most valuable player: Patrick Pedersen  400 K €
Total Market Value:
20,05 mil. €
Foreigners

This statistic shows which country has the most players in the competition. The table is sorted in descending order by the number of players of each country. With the drop-down menu, you can select a season by which the foreign players active during this seasons are sorted by their market value. By clicking the number, you can access the statistic for all players of this country. The percentage value indicates the share of players from this country of all foreign players. The listed player is the player with the most appearance in the respective competition from this country. Additionally, the statistic lists how many teams the player has played for in this competition, and how many matches he appeared in.

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CountryNumberSharePlayerClubMarket value
1038,5 %
Patrick Pedersen
Centre-Forward
Valur Reykjavík
311,5 %
Magnus Egilsson
Centre-Back
Valur Reykjavík
27,7 %
Marcus Johansson
Centre-Back
ÍA Akranes
27,7 %
Steven Lennon
Centre-Forward
FH Hafnarfjördur
27,7 %
Rodri
Defensive Midfield
KA Akureyri
13,8 %
Djair Parfitt-Williams
Left Winger
Fylkir Reykjavík
13,8 %
Pablo Punyed
Central Midfield
KR Reykjavík
13,8 %
Adolf Bitegeko
Central Midfield
KR Reykjavík
13,8 %
Kwame Quee
Central Midfield
Breidablik Kópavogur
13,8 %
Kristijan Jajalo
Goalkeeper
KA Akureyri
13,8 %
Jibril Abubakar
Centre-Forward
KA Akureyri
13,8 %
Sam Hewson
Central Midfield
Fylkir Reykjavík
Table Pepsi Max deild 2020
# Club Matches +/- Pts
ÍA Akranes - - -
Breidablik Kópavogur - - -
Fjölnir Reykjavík - - -
Fylkir Reykjavík - - -
ÍF Grótta - - -
FH Hafnarfjördur - - -
HK Kópavogs - - -
KA Akureyri - - -
KR Reykjavík - - -
Stjarnan Gardabaer - - -
Valur Reykjavík - - -
Víkingur Reykjavík - - -