Iceland's defender Kari Arnason, defender Ari Skulason, goalkeeper Ogmundur Kristinsson and midfielder Theodor Elmar Bjarnason pose on the stage. Pic/ AFP
People greet Iceland national football team upon its arrival in Reykjavik on Monday. Pic/AFP
Iceland's manager Heimir Hallgrimsson (3rd R) acknowledges the crowd next to the Iceland national football team during the welcoming ceremony. Pic/AFP
Iceland's coach Lars Lagerback (C) applauds the crowd in front of the Iceland national football team. Pic/AFP
Iceland national football team arrives in Reykjavik on Monday on a bus while people in the streets greet them as winners after they lost against France during the the Euro 2016 quarter-final football match between France and Iceland on the day before. Pic/AFP
Iceland's manager Heimir Hallgrimsson delivers a speech in Reykjavik. Pic/AFP
Iceland's coach Lars Lagerback addresses the crowd. Pic/AFP
Iceland's midfielder Arnor Ingvi Traustason poses for photograph as he arrives with his team in Reykjavik while people in the streets greet them as winners. Pic/AFP
The Iceland team went around Reykjavik on an open top bus and greeted their fans.
Iceland's squad returned home from their magnificent Euro 2016 adventure to a well-deserved heroes' welcome.
The Iceland football team, who were knocked out of Euro 2016 by France in quarters performed the âViking Clapâ with their fans after they returned home on Monday.
Iceland, which was the smallest country to compete in Euro 2016, made history after beating England 2-1 to reach the quarter-finals
The small Nordic island showed its pride with a display of the now-famous ‘Viking clap’ in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik
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Iceland's footballers received a hero's welcome from fans on returning home following their astonishing run to the Euro 2016 quarter-finals in France
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