Last updated : Wednesday, 22 November 2023
Utandeild is an amateur football league in the Faroe Islands. It is the second tier of football in the Faroes, below the Faroe Islands Premier League. The league was founded in 1976 and currently consists of 10 teams.
Utandeild was founded in 1976 as the second tier of football in the Faroes, below the Meistaradeildin. The league was originally called the 1. deild, but was renamed to Utandeild in 1998.
The first Utandeild champions were TB Tvøroyri, who won the inaugural season in 1976. The most successful team in Utandeild history is B36 Tórshavn, who have won the league 13 times.
The current Utandeild season is the 2023 season. The teams competing in the league this season are:
- AB Argir
- B36 Tórshavn II
- FC Suðuroy
- HB II
- KÍ Klaksvík II
- NSÍ Runavík II
- Skála ÍF
- TB Tvøroyri
- Víkingur Gøta II
The league is currently being led by KÍ Klaksvík II, who have won 8 of their 10 matches so far. B36 Tórshavn II are in second place, followed by AB Argir in third place.