The top transfers of this week are Mathias Einamann from Estonia, Peter Bezeg from Slovakia and Fuka Shibata from Japan. 

Mathias Einamann is transferring to Jögevä SK Tähe after playing two seasons with the Finnish PSS. Einamann has international experience from the Men’s WFC in 2018 and also from two U19 WFC. In 2017, Einamann was selected as the player of the year in the U19 category in Estonia.

Photo of Mathias EinamannMathias Einamann (EST) Defender – Transferring to Jögeva SK TÄHE (EST) from PSS (FIN)
International success:
Men’s WFC: 2018
Men’s U19 WFCQ: 2017, 2015
Men’s U19 WFC B-Division: 2017, 2015
Men’s U19 International tournament: 2016
Men’s EFC: 2014


Peter Bezeg recently played in the Men’s U19 WFC in Halifax, when Slovakia took home the 6th place. Now the 19-year-old defender is transferring to the Czech Bulldogs Brno from Slovak FaBK ATU Košice.

Photo of Peter BezegPeter Bezeg (SVK) Defender – Transferring to Bulldogs Brno (CZE) from FaBK ATU Košice (SVK)
International success:
Men’s U19 WFC: 2019, 2017
Polish Open: 2019
Polish Cup: 2017


Fuka Shibata is transferring to Norwegian SF Grei from Japanese Warabi Floorball. Shibata has international experience from the Women’s U19 WFC in 2016. In 2018 she played in the Asia Oceania Cup being the second best scorer of the tournament with 19 points (10+9).

Photo of Fuka ShibataFuka Shibata (JPN) Forward – Transferring to SF Grei (NOR) from Warabi Floorball (JPN)
International success:
Women’s U19 WFC B-Division: 2016
Asia Oceania Cup: 2018


News Transfer News

Floorball in the media