Iceland beat Turkey on Friday night 3-0. 
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 If Iceland’s national men’s football team wins the match tonight against Kosovo they will have secured a place in the 2018 FIFA world cup. If they win, they will become the nation with the smallest population ever to qualify for the finals. Trinidad and Tobago took part in the world cup in Germany in 2006. 
The European country with the smallest population to take part in the FIFA world cup finals are Northern Ireland. 
Tonight’s match takes place in Laugardalur stadium in Reykjavik and it starts at 18:45  local time. 

The aim is also to educate tourist about being responsible travellers to the country. 
Possibly the most amusing part of this effort is this second video where Inspired by Iceland got a few tourists to attempt singing the karaoke. The theme and lyrics of the tune is The A to Ö of Iceland, (with Ö being the last letter in the Icelandic alphabet instead of Z in most European languages. 

The video has been released as part of Iceland’s new marketing initiative the A-Ö of Iceland, the Icelandic equivalent of an A-Z guide, which uses the 32 letters of the Icelandic alphabet, ending in ‘Ö’. The aim of the initiative is to harness the uniqueness of the Icelandic language to highlight the diversity and breadth of Iceland and to encourage visitors to go further and learn more. noncleared-maintext”>
Inspired by Iceland, the official destination brand for Iceland in marketing has released a new marketing initiative called A to Ö of Iceland.  As a part of this launch, they’ve also released a song called the “Hardest Karaoke Song in the World,” featuring local comedian Steindi Jr. 
The song highlights the uniquely difficult pronunciation of the Icelandic language the country is encouraging people from around the world to watch the humorous video and have a go at singing along. You can see that HERE. 
Visitors to the website can also take part in the ‘regional quiz’ to win an adventure trip to Iceland and learn more about the country’s seven special regions.

Viking Clap support team will be at the premises. 
Food trucks will also be on site to cater to hungry guests. The Iceland – Kosovo match starts at 18:45 but fans are invited to arrive at 16.45 to get in the mood.  Children are catered to with face painting and a bouncy castle and Tólfan, the famous HU! Admission is free. 
Many pubs and restaurants in Reykjavik will also be offering screens for people to watch the match.  noncleared-maintext”>
A fan zone for supporters of the Iceland team in the parking lot outside Laugardalur stadium tonight.