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|Full name||Helgi Sigurðsson|
|Date of birth||(1974-09-17) 17 September 1974|
|Place of birth||Reykjavík, Iceland|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|1996–1997||Tennis Borussia Berlin||14||(6)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 September 2013|
Helgi Sigurðsson (born 17 September 1974) is an Icelandic former professional footballer and manager of ÍBV. A forward, he played for clubs in Iceland, Germany, Norway, Greece, and Denmark and represented Iceland at international level.
Helgi was born in Reykjavík, Iceland. He started his career at Víkingur Reykjavik and won the Icelandic championship with them in 1991. He then moved to Knattspyrnufélagið Fram before signing for VfB Stuttgart in Germany.
He signed for Danish club AGF in February 2004. In 2006, he returned to Iceland and signed for Knattspyrnufélagið Fram for the second time in his career. A year later he left Fram and signed for their Reykjavík rivals, Valur.
He was a key player for Valur when in 2007 they won their 20th league title and their first in 20 years. He had a great season, playing all 18 league games and scoring 12 goals. He was picked player of the season in Landsbankadeildin for the 2007 season.
He returned to his youth club, Víkingur Reykjavik before the 2010 season. Before the 2013 season he left Víkingur and became assistant manager at Fram while also playing 2 games for the club. Early in the 2013 season the Fram manager quit and Helgi quit after that.
He made his debut for Iceland in an August 1993 friendly match against the USA as a substitute for Arnór Guðjohnsen and has been capped 62 times since and scored 10 goals. He also scored his first international goal against the USA, in April 1994, earning his 4th cap. His last match was a 3–0 friendly win against Faroe Islands in 2008.
In mid-season 2015, Helgi teamed up with his home club Víkingur Reykjavik taking the role of assistant manager alongside with manager Miloš Milojević. Helgi then became Icelandic champion with Víkingur U18 team in september 2016. Winning a convincing 1-0 win over Breiðablik in the final.
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