The Swiss Superfinals were played in Swiss Arena Kloten on Sunday 22nd of April. Piranha chur and Floorball köniz were triumphant and also received tickets to the Champions Cup 2019 that is organised in Gävle, Sweden.
Piranha chur back on the throne
Piranha chur’s and UHC Dietlikon’s goalkeepers were put to hard work right from the start of the match. After an even beginning, Piranha chur started to put more pressure and were able to crack the defence with eight minutes played. After the efficient first period the score was 3-1 for Piranha chur. In the second period Dietlikon improved their playing and were able to decrease the score to 3-2. However once again Piranha chur were able to increase their lead to 4-2. The third period was similar to the second. Dietlikon were the first to score but this time it took Piranha chur only 20 seconds to regain their two-goal lead. Over 5700 spectators witnessed as Piranha chur regained the title after a one-season break with a 5-3 victory.
Floorball Köniz raise the cup for the first time in history
With only one minute played, Floorball Köniz takes the lead against the Swiss powerhouse SV Wiler-Ersigen. After the second period Köniz were in a 2-0 lead. In the second period the defence of both teams was doing an excellent work and potential scoring chances were rather rare. Still Wiler-Ersigen were able to decrease the score to 2-1. In the third period Köniz were showing their best floorball. In their own end they kept on blocking the shots and passes and last but not least their goalkeeper Patrick Eder was also on top of his game. In the offensive end they showed ice-cold efficiency as they began to score goal after goal. Soon the score was already 5-1 for Köniz. Wiler-Ersigen were able to score right at the end of the match, but it didn’t bring them much consolation. Köniz celebrated their well-deserved first ever national championship title.