Knattspyrnufélag Reykjavíkur means something exciting and evocative of the wild rocky wastes of Iceland when translated into English. Well sadly it doesn't. It actually stands for the rather prosaic Reykjavík Football Club - although their full name is so long and complicated that even the locals refer to them as simply KR.
AE Larissa of Greece in the second qualifying round, before going on to be beaten by FC Basel in the next round.
They've flitted around the grounds in the coourse of their history before settling on their current home at the KR-Völlur Stadium. They spent years at the old Melavöllur municipal ground, before moving on to Laugardalsvöllur, the national stadium. They currently average gates of around 2500 - which might not sound like a huge number for the all time national champions. But how many other clubs can claim that at least 1% of their population turn up to their home games every other week?
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