The Men’s and Women’s Russian Championships were played in Nizhny Novgorod 16th-19th of May. The tournament was dramatic, exciting, surprising and all teams were fighting hard for the trophy. For the first time since 1999, Siberia became a Russian champion. The reigning champions Nizhegorodets couldn’t reach the trophy and had to settle for silver. In the women’s, Nauka – SAFU won their 10th championship title, while Nizhegorodets ended up being the runner-up.


Men’s Final
Nizhegorodets 7:8 (OT) Sibir’

Women’s Final
Nauka – SAFU 9:4 Nizhegorodets

Final standings


A – Division 

1. Sibir’ (Omsk region)
2. Nizhegorodets (Nizhny Novgorod Region)
3. Pomor (Arkhangelsk region)
4. SPb United (St. Petersburg)
5. Spartak (Moscow)
6. Progress (Omsk region)
7. Arena – Uragan (Leningrad region)
8. Veterany (Noviy Urengoi)

B – Division 

1 (9). Solnecnie orly (Ulyanovsk region)
2 (10). Mininskii universitet (Nizhny Novgorod Region)
3 (11). Kolchuga (Moscow)
4 (12). Fili (Moscow)
5 (13). Technik (Nizhny Novgorod Region)
6 (14). Forteks (Nizhny Novgorod Region)
7 (15). FOK Olimpiiskii (Nizhny Novgorod Region)
8 (16). Taifun (Moscow)
9 (17). Severnie volki (Moscow)

Nauka – SAFU won their 10th championship title.


A – Division 

1. Nauka – SAFU (Arkhangelsk region)
2. Nizhegorodets (Nizhny Novgorod Region)
3. SPb United (St. Petersburg)

B – Division 

1 (4). Flora (Moscow region)
2 (5). Kolchuga (Moscow)
3 (6). Siyanie (St. Petersburg)
4 (7). PetrGU (Republic of Karelia)
5 (8). Pantery (Republic of Karelia)

Source and photos: National Floorball Federation of Russia

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