A fairy tale, ground-breaking and a dream. Iceland's UEFA EURO 2016 campaign has been nothing short of spectacular – but where will it end for a team now on the world stage?
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Nickname: Strákarnir okkar (Our boys)
Story so far: Iceland's journey has been nothing short of a fairy tale. The more optimistic Icelanders hoped to get through the group stage, but I don't think anyone expected them to reach the last eight – let alone beat England along the way. The feeling after that victory is one of sheer joy and shock. Where will all this end? The dream goes on.
Star performer: It's very difficult to pick out one name as this has been such a collective effort, but at the moment I would say defender Ragnar Sigurdsson. He has been pivotal throughout the tournament and stepped it up another level against England.
Best moment: Obviously the round of 16 win against England. Though there have been many significant moments for Icelandic football in France, including the opening draw with Portugal followed by the Group F win against Austria, knocking out England was ground-breaking. They are firmly on the world stage now.
Strengths: The team spirit is immense and seems to know no limits. Going behind so early against England only to bounce back so quickly speaks volumes.
Weaknesses: Iceland's squad depth is nowhere near the likes of France and Germany, yet they have so far managed to field the same starting line-up in every game. Will that lack of options be tested in the last eight?
Quarter-final prediction: If Lars Lagerbäck and Heimir Hallgrímsson's side can put in a performance as good as the one against England then anything is possible. France have not shown what they are capable of yet and Iceland will hope that continues. Icelandic optimism – a 1-0 victory.
What are they singing? Ferdalok (Ég er kominn heim) – End of the journey (I'm home)
Celebrity fans: Gunnar Nelsson (MMA), as well as Twitter support from the likes of Ruud Gullit and Ben Stiller
Tell us something we didn't know: Hannes Halldórsson was only a reserve goalkeeper in the third tier in Iceland in 2004. He's certainly taken the scenic route to the top.