Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): International signing
Vålerenga (2017): Free signing
Stabæk (2015-2016): Free signing
Grand Bodø (2014): Free signing
Arna-Bjørnar (2013-2014): Free signing
Stjarnan (2008-2012): Free signing
2018: Scored Utah Royals FC's historic first goal in the third minute against the Orlando Pride...Selected for NWSL Team of the Month for March...
2017: Led Valerenga FC to Toppserien league’s runner-up...played 2,000 minutes, 21games and five goals in a single season...will be making her NWSL debut in 2018.
2016: Finished time with Stabæk with 43 appearances, and nine goals.
2014: Finished her career with Grand Bodø with 11 appearances and scored one goal...also finished her career with Arna-Bjørnar with 14 appearances.
2013: Captained Arna-Bjørnar to the league final championship for the first time of club history...named Topsserien Best XI
2012: Won 2012 Iceland Women’s Cup championship while starting and captain for Stjarnan FC, the first in club history... finished her time with Stjarnan FC with over 144 appearances and 38 goals.
2011: Named top player in the Icelandic league...Captained Stjarnan FC to the league final championship for the first time in club history...also part of Topsserien Best XI.
2010: Became the captain for Stjarnan FC In 2010.
2018: Played with Iceland in the 2018 Algarve Cup in Portugal, playing in four of the four games...has since played 53 games with Iceland WNT, and seven goals...reached her 50th cap for Iceland in the first round of the Algarve cup.
2017: Played with Iceland in UEFA European Championship, where she played in three games.
2013: Played with Iceland during the UEFA Women’s Qualifying group stage, where they advanced to quarter-finals, and played in four games.
2012: Played with Iceland during the UEFA Women’s Euro qualifying group stages (consecutive years).
2011: Played with Iceland during the UEFA Women’s Euro qualifying group stages.
2009: Played with UEFA European Championships Iceland team, where she played in three games.
2008: Qualified for 2009 UEFA Women’s championship.