The top transfer of this week are Mike Dietz from Germany, Marek Benes from Czech Republic, Peteris Trekse from Latvia and Valtteri Viitakoski from Canada. All four players played in the Men’s WFC 2018 in Prague. 

Mike Dietz is an experienced goalkeeper of the German national team. Dietz is transferring to Sweden and Gävle IBK from ETV Hamburg. The 2018 WFC was already fourth one for Dietz. In addition he has played in the U19 WFC in 2009 and in several international tournaments between 2007 and 2018.

Photo of Mike DietzMike Dietz (GER) Goalkeeper – Transferring to Gävle IBK (SWE) from ETV Hamburg (GER)
International success:
WFCQ: 2018, 2016, 2014, 2012
WFC: 2018, 2016, 2014, 2012
U19 WFC B-Division: 2009
International tournaments: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2007
6 Nations Floorball Challenge; 2018

Marek Benes transfers to Swedish Pixbo Wallenstam. Benes played for Pixbo in 2017 when he was recruited from Tatran Stresovice with a short-term contract. Regardless of his young age, the talented forward has played already in two Men’s WFC and once in U19 WFC.

Photo of Marek BenesMarek Benes (CZE) Forward – Transferring to Pixbo Wallenstam (SWE) from Tatran Stresovice (CZE)
International success:
World Games: 2017
WFC: 2018, 2016
U19 WFC: 2015
Champions Cup: 2015
U19 International tournament: 2014
EFT: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2013

Peteris Trekse is transferring to Koovee in Finland from FK Lekrings.  The 20-year-old forward has represented Latvia twice in the Men’s WFC and twice in the U19 WFC. During last season in the Latvian league, Trekse gathered 56 points (28+28) from 33 matches.

Photo of Peteris TreksePeteris Trekse (LAT) Forward – Transferring to Koovee (FIN) from FK Lekrings (LAT)
International success:
WFCQ: 2018
WFC: 2018, 2016
U19 WFC: 2017, 2015
International tournaments: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015


Valtteri Viitakoski is transferring to Floorball Thurgau in Switzerland from Nokian Krp. Viitakoski has played twice in the Men’s WFC and also once in the U19 WFC. Viitakoski was the leading player of team Canada in Prague. With 8 goals and 7 assists, he was the second best scorer of the event.

Photo of Valtteri ViitakoskiValtteri Viitakoski (CAN) Forward – Transferring to Floorball Thurgau (SUI) from Nokian Krp (FIN)
International success:
WFCQ: 2018
WFC: 2018, 2016
U19 WFC B-division: 2015


Other transfers: 

Photo of Justyna KrzywakJustyna Krzywak (POL) Forward – Transferring to MLUKS Jedynka Trzebiatow (POL) from 1. SC Vitkovice (CZE)
International success:
WUFC: 2018, 2016
WFCQ: 2019, 2017, 2015
WFC: 2017, 2015, 2013
U19 WFC: 2014, 2012
Champions Cup: 2019
International tournaments: 2015, 2013, 2011
6 Nations Floorball Challenge: 2017

Photo of Zuzanna KrzywakZuzanna Krzywak (POL) Forward – Transferring to 1. SC Vitkovice (CZE) from MLUKS Jedynka Trzebiatow (POL)
International success:
WFCQ: 2019, 2017
WFC: 2017
U19 WFC: 2018, 2016
Polish Cup: 2018, 2016
6 Nations Floorball Challenge: 2017

Photo of Olli LaineOlli Laine (FIN) Defender – Transferring to Linköping IBK (SWE) from TPS (FIN)
International success:
WUFC: 2018
U19 WFC: 2015
Polish Open: 2016
International tournament: 2017
Finland-Sweden Challenge: 2015, 2014
EFT: 2014, 2013

Photo of Simon BuckoSimon Bucko (SVK) Defender – Transferring to Benlose Floorball Club (DEN) from FaBK ATU Kosice (SVK)
International success:
U19 WFC: 2019
U19 International tournament: 2018



Photo of Simon HatalaSimon Hatala (SVK) Defender – Transferring to 1. SC Vitkovice (CZE) from SK 1. FBC Trencin (SVK)
International success:
U19 WFC: 2019
Polish Cup: 2017



 Miia Murtorinne (FIN) Defender – Transferring to Salibandyseura Welhot (FIN) from Sportiva Unihockey Mendrisiotto (SUI)
International success:
EFT: 2013


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