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Arnbjørn Hansen

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Name  Arnbjorn Hansen
Date joined  2003
Years  Team
Weight  77 kg

Number  22
Height  1.75 m
Playing position  Striker
Role  Football striker
Siblings  Gert Hansen
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Full name  Arnbjorn Theodor Hansen
Date of birth  (1986-02-27) 27 February 1986 (age 29)
Current teams  Faroe Islands national football team (Forward), Havnar Boltfelag (#8 / Forward)

Place of birth  Eiði, Faroe Islands

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Arnbjørn Theodor Hansen ([ˈaɻɳ.ˌpjœtn ˈhan̥s.ɛn]; born 27 February 1986 in Eiði) is a Faroese football striker who plays for EB/Streymur in the Faroe Islands Premier League. He also plays for the Faroe Islands national team.


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Arnbjørn Theodor Hansen has some good skills in handball and football. Through his younger years he played with HB and EB/Streymur. When Arnbjørn was at HB, he was 12 years old. He moved to EB/Streymur after his short spell at HB and it was there his football career really started. He had trials at Danish club Odense BK, but was not offered a contract with the Danish Superliga team. In 2008 Arnbjørn Hansen scored 20 goals in the Faroe Islands Premier League, the top Faroese division, for EB/Streymur. In 2006 he won the title "Best young player of the year".[1] He was chosen as player of the year 2008. Hansen won the Faroese Golden Boot 2008 for being the top scorer in the top Faroese division, Vodafonedeildin. He scored 20 goals, which was 5 goals more than number two on the top scoring list, Andrew av Fløtum from HB Tórshavn, who scored 15. He also won the golden boot in 2010 together with Christian Høgni Jacobsen from NSÍ; they scored 22 goals each.

International goals

Scores and results list Faroe Islands' goal tally first.


Faroese Premier League: 2008 and 2012

Faroese Premier League Runner-up: 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011

Effodeildin Team of the Season: 2012


Arnbjørn Hansen Wikipedia

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