|27 Jul 21||Thor ||-|| Fram Reykjavik|
|05 Aug 21||Fram Reykjavik ||-|| Fjölnir|
|14 Aug 21||Vestri ||-|| Fram Reykjavik|
|19 Aug 21||Fram Reykjavik ||-|| Selfoss|
|24 Aug 21||Þróttur Reykjavik ||-|| Fram Reykjavik|
|23 Jul 21||Víkingur Ólafsvík|| ||P - P|| ||Fram Reykjavik|
|15 Jul 21||Fram Reykjavik|| ||1 - 1|| ||Vestmannaeyjar|
|09 Jul 21||Afturelding|| ||0 - 2|| ||Fram Reykjavik|
|05 Jul 21||Fram Reykjavik|| ||4 - 3|| ||Kórdrengir|
|01 Jul 21||Fram Reykjavik|| ||2 - 2|| ||Grindavík|
Knattspyrnufélagið Fram (English: Fram Football Club) is an Icelandic sports club, best known for its football and handball teams. It was founded on 1 May 1908 in Reykjavík. It is based at Safamýri, in the Háaleiti og Bústaðir district near Reykjavík city centre.
The football team currently plays in the second division, the 1. deild karla after being relegated in the 2014 season.
The club also has strong handball teams; the men's team won the Icelandic championship in 2013.
Other sports offered by the club include basketball, taekwondo and skiing.
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