Sveindis Jonsdottir renews with Wolfsburg and will stay with the club for at least three more years, until June 2025.
The 20-year-old played in her native Iceland for Keflavik before joining Wolfsburg in 2020. Initially, she was sent back to Iceland on loan, playing for Breiðablik. The Icelandic forward with 16 caps for the national team, spent last season in Sweden with Kristianstads, but returned to Wolfsburg during the winter transfer window. Since then, she made 14 appearances across all competitions. The Wolves also recently extended contracts with Tabea Wassmuth and Felicitas Rauch.
“At VfL Wolfsburg, I find the perfect environment to continue my development in the coming years. Working with the team and the coaching team is great fun and also off the pitch everything is done to make sure that you can only feel good in Wolfsburg. From there, I also see my future at VfL, after all, there are still many goals that we want to pursue together as a team in the coming years,” said Jonsdottir.