The top transfers of this week are Ainars Juskevics from Latvia, Karol Pelczarski from Poland, Alexandra Staib from Australia and Frederike Strahl from Germany.

Ainars Juskevics is an extremely experienced international player and coach. Recently, Juskevics was the head coach of team Latvia in the U19 WFC in Halifax. He also represented Latvia eight times in the Men’s WFCs, starting from 2000. Juskevics is transferring to the Estonian team Jõgeva SK Tähe.

Photo of Ainars Juskevics Ainars Juskevics (LAT) Defender – Transferring to Jõgeva SK Tähe (EST) from Stopinu Novada Dome (LAT)
International success:
WUFC: 2008
WFCQ: 2014
WFC: 2014, 2012, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2000
CC: 2012
EFC: 2017, 2011, 2010

Karol Pelczarski is transferring to SK 1. FBC Trencin in Slovakia from UKS Wiatr Ludzmierz in Poland. Pelczarski has represented team Poland twice in the Men’s WFC, in 2018 and 2016. Pelczarski also played in the World Games in 2017, when the event was organised in Wroclaw, Poland.

Photo of Karol PelczarskiKarol Pelczarski (POL) Defender – Transferring to SK 1. FBC Trencin (SVK) from UKS Wiatr Ludzmierz (POL)
International success:
World Games: 2017
WUFC: 2018
WFCQ: 2018
WFC: 2018, 2016
U19 WFC: 2017, 2015

Alexandra Staib is transferring to UHC Visper Lions in Switzerland from the Australian Canberra Chargettes. Staib played in the Women’s WFC Qualifications this year and the upcoming WFC in Neuchâtel would be her third. Staib has represented Australia in the Women’s WFCs in 2017 and 2015.

Photo of Alexandra StaibAlexandra Staib (AUS) Defender – Transferring to UHC Visper Lions (SUI) from Canberra Chargettes (AUS)
International success:
WFCQ: 2019, 2017
WFC: 2017, 2015

 

 

Frederike Strahl is transferring to TSV Neuwittenbek in Germany from the Swiss Wizards Bern-Burgdorf. Earlier this year, Strahl played in the Women’s WFCQ in Trencin when Germany qualified for the final round in Neuchâtel. The 23-year-old forward also played in the 2014 U19 WFC, when Germany took the third place in the B-Division.

Photo of Frederike StrahlFrederike Strahl (GER) Forward – Transferring to TSV Neuwittenbek (GER) from Wizards Bern-Burgdorf (SUI)
International success:
WFCQ: 2019
U19 WFC B-Division: 2014
Polish Cup: 2014
International tournaments: 2013

 

Other transfers:

Photo of Matus GajdosMatus Gajdos (SVK) Defender – Transferring to Floorball Thurgau (SUI) from Snipers Bratislava (SVK)
International success:
Polish Open: 2019
U19 WFC: 2019
International tournament: 2018

 

Photo of Johan Von der PahlenJohan Von Der Pahlen (SWE) Forward – Transferring to Florbalovy klub AS Trencin (SVK) from Zuger Highlands Floorball (SUI)
International success:
EFCQ: 2009
EFC: 2008
CC: 2012, 2011

 

Photo of Quentin HinckerQuentin Hincker (FRA) Defender – Transferring to IBK Göteborg (SWE) from CUB – Club Unihockey Bisonkin (FRA)
International success:
WFCQ: 2018
U19 WFCQ: 2017
EFCh: 2019, 2018
International tournament: 2017
International de France: 2017, 2016

Photo of Alan TieppoAlan Tieppo (ITA) Forward – Transferring to SU Mendrisiotto (SUI) from A.S.D. Spartak Floorball Milano (ITA)
International success:
WFCQ: 2018

 

 

Photo of Iiro LiedeIiro Liede (FIN) Forward – Transferring to Loviisan Tor (FIN) from Jögeva SK Tähe (EST)
International success:
EFC: 2014, 2013

 

 

Photo of Tim LemkeTim Lemke (GER) Defender – Transferring to SG BA Tempelhof e.V (GER) from Zurisee Unihockey (SUI)
International success:
WFCQ: 2018
International tournament: 2018, 2017
6 Nations Floorball Challenge: 2018

 

Photo of Lucie PrimusovaLucie Primusova (CZE) Forward – Transferring to UHC Linz Floorball (AUT) from FBC Slavia Praha (CZE)
International success:
CC: 2015

 

 

 Bohumil Piskacek (CZE) Defender – Transferring to SV Wiler-Ersigen (SUI) from Tatran Stresovice (CZE)
International success:
U17 International tournament: 2019

 

 Ondrej Papousek (CZE) Forward – Transferring to Tatran Stresovice (CZE) from Lindås Waves IBK (SWE)
International success:
U17 International tournament: 2019

 

 Matti Vapaniemi (FIN) Defender – Transferring to Team LSM (FIN) from Red Devils March-Höfe Altendorf (SUI)
International success:
International tournament: 2011

 

*The IFF Transfer list cannot be updated at the moment. This is why the status of the transfers is not marked here.

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