|冰岛杯 女子||02/12 16:00||1||Thor KA 阿古雷利 女子 vs 凯夫拉维克 女子||-||查看|
|冰岛杯 女子||02/27 15:00||2||阿费查尔丁弗雷姆 女子 vs Thor KA 阿古雷利 女子||-||查看|
|冰岛杯 女子||03/05 17:00||3||Thor KA 阿古雷利 女子 vs 思罗图尔 雷克查域克 女子||-||查看|
|冰岛杯 女子||03/12 15:00||4||瓦路尔雷克雅未克 女子 vs Thor KA 阿古雷利 女子||-||查看|
|冰岛杯 女子||03/20 17:00||5||Thor KA 阿古雷利 女子 vs 费基亚 女子||-||查看|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||04/27 19:00||1||贝雷达比历克 女子 vs Thor KA 阿古雷利 女子||-||查看|
|冰岛杯 女子||01/16 12:00||-||阿费查尔丁 女子 v 托卡阿克雷里 女子||L||
|冰岛杯 女子||01/14 18:30||-||史特贾纳 女子 v 托卡阿克雷里 女子||W||1-4|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||09/12 14:00||18|| 托卡阿克雷里 女子 v 凯夫拉维克 女子 ||D||0-0|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||09/04 14:00||17|| 费基亚 女子 v 托卡阿克雷里 女子 ||W||1-2|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||08/23 18:00||15|| 思罗图尔 雷克查域克 女子 v 托卡阿克雷里 女子 ||L||1-0|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||08/17 18:00||14|| 托卡阿克雷里 女子 v 堤达斯托尔 女子 ||W||1-0|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||08/06 18:00||13|| 史特贾纳 女子 v 托卡阿克雷里 女子 ||D||1-1|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||07/28 18:30||12|| 托卡阿克雷里 女子 v 贝雷达比历克 女子 ||D||2-2|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||07/24 16:00||12|| 托卡阿克雷里 女子 v 瓦路尔雷克雅未克 女子 ||L||1-3|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||07/20 18:00||11|| 塞尔福斯 女子 v 托卡阿克雷里 女子 ||D||1-1|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||07/11 14:00||10|| 托卡阿克雷里 女子 v 韦斯文尼查 女子 ||D||1-1|
|冰岛超级联赛 女子||07/06 18:00||9|| 凯夫拉维克 女子 v 托卡阿克雷里 女子 ||W||1-2|
|Failed to score||5||4||1|
Þór/KA is an Icelandic women's football team based in Akureyri. It is a joint team fielded by Þór Akureyri and Knattspyrnufélag Akureyrar and currently competes in Úrvalsdeild kvenna. On September 29, 2017, they won their second Icelandic championship.
Since 1999, Þór Akureyri and KA have fielded a joint women's team under the name Þór/KA in the Iceland's top tier Úrvalsdeild kvenna. Knattspyrnufélag Siglufjarðar joined the collaboration in 2001 and subsequently the team was named Þór/KA/KS until KS left the collaboration after 2005 season. In 2006 the team finished 7th of 8 teams, 8th/9 in 2007, the reaching a good 4th/10 in 2008 and then bettering those results with 3rd/10 in 2009 and a second-place finish in 2010. As Iceland was in the top 8 leagues of UEFA, those second place was enough to qualify for the 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League. The team entered in the round of 32 but lost 14–2 on aggregate to German team Turbine Potsdam.
In 2010 the team also went to the semi-finals in the Icelandic cup, losing to the eventual winner Valur. In 2013 they lost the cup final.
In 2012 Þór/KA finished first in the Úrvalsdeild and secured its first ever Icelandic championship.
Prior to the 2017 season, KA declared that it was going to end the collaboration and field its own women's team. The decision was highly criticised, including by Þór's chairman, team captain Karen Nóadóttir and star player Sandra María Jessen. In March, KA reversed its decision and struck a deal with Þór to continue the collaboration until at least to the end of the 2019 season.
On September 29, 2017, the club secured its second national championship by defeating FH, in the last game of the season, 2–0 with goals from Sandra Jessen and Sandra Stephany Mayor.
On April 24, Þór/KA won the 2018 League Cup. On April 29, they won the Icelandic Super Cup, defeating ÍBV women's football 3–0 with goals from Sandra Stephany Mayor and Margrét Árnadóttir.
On 23 November 2018, the teams announced that they agreed to continue the collaboration until at least to the end of the 2023 season.