​We often hear the term 'fortress' used in football for a team with a fantastic home record. However, Iceland's record at the Laugardalsvöllur stadium in recent years seems to blow all other statistics out of the water.


The modest venue only seats around 9,800 fans but supporters who have gone to cheer on their country have almost forgotten what defeat is like. Remarkably, the Iceland national team have not lost at the Laugardalsvöllur in 14 matches - a run which stretches back over the past four years.

According to ​Fotbolti.net, the last defeat the team encountered at the stadium was a 4-2 loss against Slovenia in a World Cup qualifier on June 7, 2013. Since then, the team have won 11 matches, drawn three, and have also kept a staggering 10 clean sheets. 


Check out their amazing achievement below: 


August 14, 2013: Iceland 1 - 0 Faroe Islands 

10 September 2013: Iceland 2 - 1 Albania 

October 11, 2013: Iceland 2 - 0 Cyprus 

November 15, 2013: Iceland 0 - 0 Croatia 


4 June 2014: Iceland 1 - 0 Estonia 

September 9, 2014: Iceland 3 - 0 Turkey 

October 13, 2014: Iceland 2 - 0 Netherlands 

June 12, 2015: Iceland 2 - 1 Czech Republic 

September 6, 2015: Iceland 0 - 0 Kazakhstan 

October 10, 2015: Iceland 2 - 2 Latvia 


June 6, 2016: Iceland 4 - 0 Liechtenstein 

October 6, 2016: Iceland 3 - 2 Finland 

October 9, 2016: Iceland 2 - 0 Turkey 

June 11, 2017: Iceland 1 - 0 Croatia