The top transfers of this week are Denisa Ferencikova and Alzbeta Durikova from Slovakia and Iza Rydfjall and Alice Granstedt from Sweden.

Denisa Ferencikova returns to 1. SC Vitkovice after her one season in the Finnish Classic. During regular season in Finland, Ferencikova gathered 29 points (17+12) in 18 matches. Ferencikova is also a familiar face from the Slovakian national team. She has played four times in the Women’s WFC and twice in the U19 WFC. This year Ferencikova played in the Women’s WFCQ and next step for her will be the World Championships in Neuchâtel.

Photo of Denisa FerencikovaDenisa Ferencikova* (SVK) Forward – Transferring to 1. SC Vitkovice (CZE) from SC Classic (FIN)
International success:
WFCQ: 2019, 2015, 2013, 2011, 2009
WFC: 2017, 2015, 2011, 2009
U19 WFC: 2010, 2008
Champions Cup: 2016, 2014
International tournaments: 2018, 2017, 2013, 2009, 2008

While Ferencikova transfers back to 1. SC Vitkovice, Alzbeta Durikova has decided to transfer to Classic. Last season was successful for Durikova’s Vitkovice. First, the team took the second place in the 2019 Champions Cup and later they celebrated Czech Championship title. Durikova has played twice in the U19 WFC and four times in the Women’s WFC. This year, she played in the Women’s WFCQ in Trencin and she will most probably belong to Slovakia’s defence in the upcoming WFC in Neuchâtel.

Photo of Alzbeta DurikovaAlzbeta Durikova* (SVK) Defender – Transferring to SC Classic (FIN) from 1. SC Vitkovice (CZE)
International success:
WFCQ: 2019, 2015, 2013
WFC: 2017, 2015, 2013, 2011
U19 WFC: 2014, 2012
Champions Cup: 2019, 2016
International tournaments: 2018, 2017, 2013

Iza Rydfjall first played with IKSU in season 2014-2015 but in 2018 she announced that her floorball career would be over. Now she is making a comeback and transferring to Swiss champion Kloten-Dietlikon Jets. The defender has played three times in the Women’s WFC, from which she has three gold medals. Rydfjall has also played once in the U19 WFC back in 2010.

Photo of Iza RydfjallIza Rydfjall (SWE) Defender – Transferring to Kloten-Dietlikon Jets (SUI) from IKSU (SWE)
International success:
WUFC: 2016, 2014
WFCQ: 2017
WFC: 2017, 2015, 2013
U19 WFC: 2010
Champions Cup: 2017, 2016, 2012
EFT: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009

Alice Granstedt is also transferring to Swiss champion Kloten-Dietlikon Jets after her five seasons in IKSU. Granstedt was winning the 2019 Champions Cup with IKSU and she has one gold medal from the 2017 Women’s WFC. Granstedt played in the Women’s WFCQ this year and we expect her to make her second appearance in the upcoming Women’s WFC.

Photo of Alice GranstedtAlice Granstedt (SWE) Forward – Transferring to Kloten-Dietlikon Jets (SUI) from IKSU (SWE)
International success:
WFCQ: 2019
WFC: 2017
Champions Cup: 2019, 2017
Finland-Sweden Challenge: 2017, 2015
EFT: 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014

Other transfers:

Photo of Emmi NiemelaEmmi Niemela (FIN) Forward – Transferring to SS Rankat Ankat (FIN) from Unihockey Berner Oberland (SUI)
International success:
WUFC: 2016, 2014
WFC: 2013
International tournament: 2013
Finland-Sweden Challenge: 2014
EFT: 2014, 2013

Photo of Federico Di GiaFederico Di Gia* (ITA) Forward – Transferring to Viking Roma FC (ITA) from Ticino Unihockey (SUI)
International success:
U19 WFCQ: 2019, 2017
U19 Internationa tournament: 2016

 

 

Photo of Julia TurunenJulia Turunen* (FIN) Forward – Transferring to Unihockey Berner Oberland (SUI) from PSS (FIN)
International success:
WUFC: 2016
Finland-Sweden Challenge: 2016, 2014, 2013

 

 

 Elsa Frisk* (SWE) Defender – Transferring to KAIS Mora (SWE) from Kloten-Dietlikon Jets (SUI)
International success:
Finland-Sweden Challenge: 2015
EFT: 2014

 

Photo of Matti HietalaMatti Hietala (FIN) Forward – Transferring to Viking Roma FC (ITA) from Otaniemen Jyllääjät (FIN)
International success:
Men´s EuroFloorball Cup Qualifications: 2011

 

 

 

* = not completed

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