| (1989-11-01) 1 November 1989 (age 26)|
Forfar Athletic F.C. (Defender), Faroe Islands national football team (Defender)
Odmar Færø (born 1 November 1989) is a Faroese footballer, who plays for B36 Tórshavn. Færø has represented the Faroe Islands national football team and previously played for B36 Tórshavn, Keith, Brøndby IF, Forfar Athletic and Banks O' Dee.
Odmar Færø Wikipedia
Færø played his youth football in Scotland where his father, ex-Faroese international player Oddmar, worked as a dentist. He was called up to the Faroe Islands U19 squad in 2006 while still a player at Highland League side, Keith. Færø moved to the Faroe Islands at the age of 17, joining B36 Tórshavn.
Færø returned to Scotland in 2011 to attend Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen on a sports scholarship, and signed for Scottish club Forfar Athletic in August 2012. He stayed at Forfar Athletic until June 2014, making 21 appearances. Færø made his full debut for the Faroe Islands against Germany in September 2012, becoming the first Loons player to earn an international cap.
He rejoined B36 in June 2014. Færø spent the early part of 2016 at Scottish Junior side Banks O' Dee and was named their player of the year before returning to B36 in June 2016.
He has played two matches for B36 Tórshavn in the UEFA Champions League (First qualifying round) in July 2012 against Linfield. He then played two matches for B36 again in the 2014–15 Europa League first qualifying round, against Linfield again.