This year’s first Internationals Weekend was played on 1st-3rd of February. Several events took place and for example Polish Cup was a valuable preparation for the upcoming Men’s U19 World Floorball Championships in Halifax, Canada. In the Polish Cup, Czech Republic was the strongest team, Switzerland being second and Norway taking the third place. Also during the weekend, Finland and Sweden (Men and MU19) played against each other. The men’s match FIN v SWE was especially interesting, because it was the first one since the WFC final in Prague. This time Sweden was stronger 5-3. 

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14th Polish Cup 2019: MU19 (Poland)
1st – 3rd February Zbaszyn, Nowy Tomysl, Rakoniwiece
Teams: Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Poland, Switzerland

Standings

  1. CZE MU19
  2. SUI MU19
  3. NOR MU19
  4. DEN MU19
  5. GER MU19
  6. POL MU19

Finland v Sweden: Men & Men U19 (Espoo, FIN)
1st – 2nd February
Espoo Metro Areena, Espoo

01.02. 16:16 Int´l match: FIN MU19 – SWE MU19 2-11
02.02. 13:01 Int´l match: FIN MU19 – SWE MU19 5-4

 

02.02. 16:02 Int´l match: FIN M – SWE M 3-5

 

Switzerland v Czech Republic: WU19 (Schaffhausen, SUI)
1st – 3rd February
BBC Arena, Schaffhausen

01.02. 20:00 Int´l match: SUI WU19 – CZE WU19 4-3
02.02. 17:00 Int´l match: SUI WU19 – CZE WU19 3-3
03.02. 12:00 Int´l match: SUI WU19 – CZE WU19 0-2

 

Photo: Erwin Keller/swiss unihockey

 

Hungary v Slovenia: Men (Hungary)
2nd February
Batthyány Sportiskola, Erd
3rd February
Városi Sportcsarnok, Komárom

02.02. 20:45 Int´l match: HUN M – SLO M 6-8
03.02. 14:31 Int´l match: SLO M – HUN M 8-7 ot.

 

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