Five teams are playing in the Women’s U19 WFCQ in Lignano Sabbiadoro in Italy: Austria, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands and Russia. Two teams will qualify for the final round held in Uppsala, Sweden from 6th – 10th May 2020. 

A total of 19 teams have registered for the 9th Women’s U19 WFC which will be hosted by Uppsala, Sweden from 6th – 10th May 2020. This event is played with 16 teams and there is no longer A- & B-division. For the first time, the teams will be divided into four groups in one division based on ranking and a ballot. Groups A/B and C/D are divided according to ranking (based on results from U19 WFC 2018) and a group ballot will be held after the qualification event to decide the final four groups.

Nine teams (all from Europe) are directly qualified based on results from U19 WFC 2018 and, based on regional quotas, two teams from the Americas and three from Asia Oceania have also received direct qualification. China will be competing for the first time at this level. The five remaining European teams will play a qualification tournament in September 2019 to decide who fills the two last places.


Good mix of young and more experienced players. The aim at the U19 WFCQ 2020 is to get more experience and of course to qualify for the WFC.

Players to watch:

Photo of Sarah TrenkerSarah Trenker
Very skilful and intelligent defender. She also has some international experience and played for example in the Women’s U19 WFC 2018 B-division.




Photo of Hannah RiedbertHannah Riedbert
Skilful forward with a good shot and passing play. She has already played in the Women’s World Championships Qualifications scoring one goal for the team.




Photo of Maria WykMaria Wyk
Fast defender with a good shot and good physical play. She scored 1+1 in the Women’s U19 World Championships B-division.






The team’s goal is to win the qualifications and get the ticket to Uppsala. The roster is mixed with experienced talents from the previous World Championships and youngsters with great determination.

Players to watch:

Photo of Nora LelovicsNora Lelovics
Despite her young age she scored the most points in last year’s Hungarian Women’s Championship and she can decide games with her moves. This year she has played already in the Women’s World Championships Qualifications and in the EuroFloorball Challenge were she was the top scorer with 10+5




Photo of Petra MagyarPetra Magyar
She is one of the most helpful players in offence and even in defence with international experience from previous events, both U19 WFC and Women’s WFC Qualifications.




Photo of Greta OdorGreta Odor
One of the younger players, yet the most skilful and strongest defender in the team who plays great in offences as well. She also played already in the U19 WFC 2018 B-division.





This is a very young team with a lot of players who can participate also in the Women’s U19 WFC 2021. The team’s objective is to gain experience and at the same time do their  best and surprise some of the more experienced teams.

Players to watch:

Photo of Olshov CamillaCamilla Olshov
The captain of the team, a very experienced forward with good vision of the game and good scoring skills. She has played in both the 2017 and 2019 Women’s World Championships Qualifications.




Photo of Maya AmodeoMaya Amodeo
Young talented forward always capable of working very hard for the team, thanks to her good physical condition.




Photo of Martina FalchiMartina Falchi
Young but experienced goalkeeper with good technique and always showing a very positive attitude. She has played in the Women’s World Championships Qualifications 2019 and the Women’s U19 World Championships Qualifications 2018.





In 2017 the first Dutch National WU19 Floorball team (a.k.a. “Floorballmeiden” in Dutch) participated in the WU19 WFCQ in Austria. It was a great and valuable experience. After this tournament the team started a training programme with a renewed group. They welcomed a lot of new and talented girls and reset their focus. They played at the Gothia Innebandy Cup and played a lot of test matches against various teams. They trained every three weeks and set goals on tactical, physical and mental aspects. The large amount of training and two-day training camps made the team gain great team spirit. They are looking forward to the WU19 WFCQ in Italy!

Players to watch:

Photo of Ilse StoffersIlse Stoffers 
She has an enormous drive forward and great technique with the ball. She will score some points during the tournament. She played in the Women’s U19 World Championships Qualifications 2018.




Photo of Aymee HazelegerAymee Hazeleger
A true team captain, calm and strong, she will fight for her team and make the team fight for her. She also played in the Women’s U19 World Championships Qualifications 2018.




Photo of Loena van RooijenLoena van Rooijen
Experienced and strong, all-round player that makes other players better. She has played in several international events and also been part of the women’s national team in 2018 and 2019.





The team at the previous World Championships in B-Division where they took the second place. The main task at the moment is to qualify and take part in the WFC 2020 in Sweden.

Players to watch:

Photo of Elizaveta NadeevaElizaveta Nadeeva
The player with a good vision of the field. She is the leader of the team. She scored 4+1 in the Women’s World Championships Qualifications 2019.




Photo of Kseniia PetrovaKseniia Petrova
The player stands out because of her individual skills and the ability to play outside the box. She has a sharp shot.




Photo of Tatiana KozlovaTatiana Kozlova
The defender in attack, tenacious in the tackle, has good physical qualities. She has international experience from both the U19 and the Women’s national team.




  • The information here is provided by the teams and modified by the IFF. 

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