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Gylfi Sigurdsson 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: September 8, 1989 (age 31 years), Reykjavík, Iceland
Height: 1.86 m
Spouse: Alexandra Ívarsdóttir (m. 2019)
Parents: Sigurdur Adalsteinsson
Current teams: Everton FC (#10 / Midfielder), Iceland national football team (Midfielder)
Birthday: September 8, 1989
Age: 31 Years, 31 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Virgo
Also Known As: Gylfi Þór Sigurðsson, Gylfi Sigurdsson
Born In: Hafnarfjörður
Famous As: Football Player
Football Players Icelandic Men
Height: 6’1″ (185 cm), 6’1″ Males
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Sigurðsson’s older brother Olafur plays professional golf, while his father Sigurdur Adalsteinsson is one of the most popular fishermen in Iceland.
Adalsteinsson is ranked among the best fishermen in his country.
Sigurðsson got engaged to his long-time girlfriend Alexandra Ivarsdottir on July 7, 2018, in the Bahamas.
Ivarsdottir won the ‘Miss World Sporty’ contest which was part of the ‘Miss World’ contest in 2008.
She is a former blogger and has written about fashion, food, furniture, and jewelry.
In June 2019 he married Alexandra Ívarsdóttir (born 1989) who had been Miss Iceland in 2008. They had been dating from 2010.
On 16 July 2021, a Premier League footballer was arrested “on suspicion of child sex offences” and was bailed out while investigations continued, stated the Greater Manchester Police without naming the player.
On 19 July, Everton stated that it “suspended a first-team player pending a police investigation”, but did not confirm if it was the same player arrested by the Greater Manchester Police.
On 20 July 2021, Icelandic news website mbl.is reported that the player arrested for alleged child sex offences was Gylfi.
Full name Gylfi Thor Sigurdsson but commonly known as Gylfi Sigurdsson. He is an Icelandic professional footballer.
He plays as an attacking midfielder for the Iceland national football team and the English professional football club or Premier League club Everton.
This Icelandic attacking midfielder made his professional debut for the English professional football club Reading in 2008 as a 59th-minute substitute for James Harper against Luton Town.
He scored his first professional goal for Reading against Stoke City.
In addition, he made his international career debut for the Iceland national team in May 2010 against Andorra national team.
This brilliant footballer scored his first international goal for his team on 7 October 2011 against Portugal national in the competitions of the UEFA Euro 2012 qualification.
In addition, he scored his second international goal against Albania national team on 12 October 2012 in the competitions of the 2012 FIFA World Cup qualification.
This Icelandic football star was born into a sports-loving family on 8 September 1989 in Reykjavik, Iceland.
His father’s name is Sigurdur Adalsteinsson but his mother’s name is not available at this moment. His father was a fisherman.
He has an elder brother Olafur Sigurdsson. Brother Olafur Sigurdsson is a professional golfer.
Gylfi was kicking a football as soon as he could walk. His parents and especially his elder brother motivated and to play football.
This Icelandic star started his youth career for the Icelandic multi-sports club FH in 2002.
Full NameGylfi Thor Sigurdsson
Celebrated nameGylfi Sigurdsson
Nickname (s)Sigurdsson, Ice Man
Birth Date8 September 1989
Birth PlaceReykjavik, Iceland
Age in 202132 Years
Sister (s)Not Available
Brother (s)Olafur Sigurdsson
College / UniversityNot Available
Educational QualificationsNot Available
Hair ColorLight Brown
OccupationProfessional football player
Current Club TeamEverton FC
Current National TeamIceland national football team
Jersey Number#10/ Everton FC / Midfielder
Girlfriend (s) / AffairsAlexandra Ivarsdottir
Wife / SpouseAlexandra Ivarsdottir
Marriage Date / Year2019
Children (s)Not Available
Best Friend (s)Not Available
HobbiesPlaying football, Video games, Traveling, Swimming
Favorite Footballer (s)Diego Maradona, Ronaldinho