Hannes Þorsteinn Sigurðsson (born 10 April 1983) is an Icelandic former footballer who played as a striker.
Hannes started his professional career with FH Hafnarfjordur in 2000, scoring on his debut and scoring one goal in eleven matches in 2001.
He moved to Norway to play for Viking FK in 2002, and although he came on as a substitute to score twice on his debut, he spent the best part of his first three seasons in Norway on the substitutes' bench. While he played in 55 matches during these three years, he only started in six of these. However, Hannes emerged as a super-sub, racking up twelve goals to make him the most efficient player in the Norwegian League with one goal every 72 minutes in 2002 and 2003. He emerged as a regular starter in 2005, when he also got his Iceland national team debut against Italy in March.
In July 2005, he signed for English club Stoke City on a Bosman transfer, and he joined his new club in October 2005. He scored his only goal for Stoke in a 2–1 victory over Queens Park Rangers in March 2006. When ownership of the club changed in the Summer 2006, and Boskamp left and Tony Pulis returned to the club, Hannes was deemed surplus to requirements and was released at the end of August.
On 30 August 2006 Hannes signed a deal with Danish Superliga runners-up Brøndby IF. He was a first-team regular throughout the autumn season, though injuries caused him to miss several games. He fell out of favour when manager René Meulensteen was replaced by Tom Køhlert ahead of the spring season, and Hannes looked to leave Brøndby.
Hannes returned to his former club Viking in February 2007, but his registration for the Norwegian club was delayed by the FIFA ruling that a player may only represent two clubs during one year. After a lengthy appeals process, Hannes was finally cleared to play for Viking on 30 March 2007 – one day before the closure of the Norwegian transfer window.
In March 2008, Hannes signed for Swedish club GIF Sundsvall, becoming the club's most expensive signing to date. Hannes was the club's top scorer in 2008, 2009 and 2010 even though he missed out on many games through injury. Following three successful years in Sweden, Hannes returned to Iceland to recover from a broken bone in his right foot that kept him sidelined for five months.
He then signed a short-term contract with his parent club FH Hafnarfjordur, where he played 13 games, scoring four goals.
In August 2011 Hannes joined PFC Spartak Nalchik in the Russian Premier League on a short-term contract. Hannes' style of play was not suitable for the Russian side, so his contract was not extended in January.
Hannes chose to stay in Eastern Europe, and in February 2012 he signed a 1-year contract for FC Atyrau in Kazakhstan. Hannes finished the season as top scorer for the struggling FC Atyrau side and was voted as foreign player of the year by Westside.kz which is a fanclub for FC Atyrau.
Hannes signed a short-term contract with Swedish club Mjällby in 2013 and a two-year contract with recently promoted Austrian Bundesliga club SV Grödig in July 2013.
In 2015, he went on to SSV Jahn Regensburg. Ahead of the 2016 season he joined Norwegian third-tier side Egersunds IK as playing assistant to Maurice Ross.
- As of 17 April 2016
|Brøndby IF||2006–07||Danish Superliga||9||2||0||0||0||0||9||2|
|Spartak Nalchik||2011–12||Russian Premier League||6||0||0||0||0||0||6||0|
|Atyrau||2012||Kazakhstan Premier League||15||3||0||0||0||0||15||3|
|SV Grödig||2013–14||Austrian Bundesliga||14||1||0||0||0||0||14||1|
|SSV Jahn Regensburg||2014–15||3. Liga||3||0||0||0||0||0||3||0|
|Egersunds IK||2016||2. divisjon||9||0||0||0||0||0||9||0|