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The sports club Grótta was founded on April 24, 1967 by Garðar Guðmundsson who called some boys in Seltjarnarnes for organized football training in the summer of 1966.

Grótta's purpose is to offer organized sports and social activities for its members.

Today, there are three divisions within Grótta:
- Gymnastics, handball and football.

All professional registrations take place in Sportabler. More information about the registration process here

Grótta uses the communication program Sportabler, where all training sessions for the relevant category are displayed and in addition most communication with coaches goes through it. 

If you have any questions about the club's work, it is best to contact the relevant coach or head coach via Sportabler or by email.

The sports club Grótta is based on Suðurströnd in Seltjarnarnes. The location on the map can be found here.

Grótta's office is on the 2nd floor of the sports hall and is open every weekday from 13:00 - 16:00.

Employees of Grótta's office

Kári Garðarsson

Managing director

Kristín Finnbogadóttir

Financial director

Registration of practitioners and collection of training fees, booking and preparation of invoices

kristin@grotta.is

Gunnlaugur Jónsson

Sports director

Sponsorship issues, grotta.is, education issues and other sports-related issues.

gullijons@grotta.is

Registration of practitioners

Registration of practitioners takes place through Sportabler. If you already know the program, you can click here. For further instructions, you can read information on Grótta's registration page here.

  • It is very important to register practitioners as soon as possible after training begins.
  • Practitioners who are not registered with the club do not have the right to participate in tournaments / games organized by the club.
  • If a practitioner is not registered with the club, the practitioner is uninsured, both during training and in competitions.

Volunteers

Volunteers do various jobs within the Grótta sports movement. For example, sitting on board divisions, participating in tournaments, organizing events, and much more.

If you are interested in joining a group of diligent volunteers, please contact Kári, Grótta's managing director kari@grotta.is

In Grótta's online store you can find various products from Grótta's departments. You can shop easily in the online store and pick up products at Grótta's office. More here.

Gymnastics division

Grótta's gymnastics division is very popular and there is high demand for gymnastics every year. It is therefore important that parents monitor when registrations open. Pre-registration in gymnastics usually starts at the beginning of June each year. You can read about group division and which categories are available here.

Managing director: Hrafnhildur Sigurjónsdóttir fimleikadeild@grotta.is

Head coach of fundamental groups: Anna Sóley Jensdóttir annasoley1997@gmail.com

Head coach of advanced gymnastics groups: Sesselja Järvelä fimleikar@grotta.is

Group gymnastics head coach: Hrafnhildur Sigurjónsdóttir hrafnhildurs96@gmail.com

Hrafnhildur Sigurjónsdóttir
Anna Sóley Jensdóttir
Sesselja Järvelä

Gymnastic clothing can be bought in Grótta's online store hér and at Grótta's office. Please email grotta@grotta.is 

REGISTRATION

Takes place in June each year (for the coming winter). The registration fee is ISK 10,000, which is non-refundable but will be deducted from the training fees next winter. In the event that the gymnastics department has to refuse applicants a place, there is a possibility to request a refund of the registration fee.

Toddler class

Registration takes place twice a year, in June and in December. Registration begins June 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester beginning in January. Note practitioners who are registered for autumn courses and individuals who are on a waiting list need to re-register. 

Handball division

The handball division serves for various age groups and the youngest group, 9 flokkur, is for 4-5 year old children. 

Project manager: Andri Sigfússon handbolti@grotta.is

Head coach: Maksim Akbachev maksim@grotta.is

New practitioners can try a few exercises before the practitioner is registered and training fees are paid. 

Grótta's handball uniforms (jerseys and shorts) are included in the training fees. It is best to contact Grótta's office to request a uniform grotta@grotta.is

Other Grótta's products are on the Errea online store. See here.

Training schedule here.

Facebook groups for parents and coaches can be seen here.

Registration is done through Sportabler here

Maksim Akbachev
Andri Sigfússon

Football division

Grótta's football division caters for various age groups and the youngest group, 8 flokkur, is for 4-5 year old children.

Head coach: Chris Brazell chris@grotta.is

Social media manager: Jórunn María Þorsteinsdóttir Bachmann jorunnmaria@grotta.is

An information page for Grótta's junior divisions is on facebook. See here.

New practitioners can try a few exercises before the practitioner is registered and training fees are paid.

Training schedule here.

Registration is done through Sportabler here

Grótta's football uniforms (jerseys and shorts) are included in the training fees. It is best to contact Grótta's office to request a uniform grotta@grotta.is

You can buy yellow uniform socks at Grótta's office.

Other Grótta's products are on the Errea online store. See here.

Chris Brazell
Jórunn María

Information on new registration for parents and practitioners in Sportabler here

If you need to connect to Sportabler and need a code for the right category - send an email to grotta@grotta.is

Other information about the activities of the sports club Grótta can be found here.