The best Esotonian scorer at the WFC 2019 in Neuchatel (6+2) will move to Sparta Spordiklubi in Estonia from Pelicans SB (FIN). Kati Kutisaar played two WFCs with National Team, and was a part of the rooster at the each WFC Qualifications tournaments since 2011. In the 14th place game at the WFC 2019 against USA when Estonia won in overtime (4-3) she scored 3+1 and was also the winning goal scorer.

Kati Kutisaar  ForwardPhoto of Kati Kutisaar
Pelicans SB Sparta Spordiklubi
International success:
Women’s WFC: 2017, 2019
Women’s WFCQ: 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019
International Tournaments: 2011, 2013

Valtteri Viitakoski returns to Finland where he will join FBT Nokia from Floorball Thurgau where he played since 2019. The 24-year-old Canadian was the leading player of his team in 2018 WFC in Prague. With 8 goals and 7 assists, he was the second best scorer of the event. His Swiss team is currently leading the NLB with 5 wins after 5 league games.

Valtteri Viitakoski  ForwardPhoto of Valtteri Viitakoski
Floorball Thurgau FBT Nokia
International success:
Men’s WFC: 2016, 2018
Men’s WFCQ: 2018
Men’2 U19 WFC: 2015


Michaela Kubeckova will temporarily move to Goteborg where she will play for Pixbo Wallenstam until 15th January 2021. The 18-year-old transfers from Czech Champion 1 S.C Vitkovice. Kubeckova has played in 2019 WFC in Neuchatel and took part in Champions Cup in 2019 and 2020 (2+0). Vitkovice are leading the Czech Ekstraliga which is expected to restart in January.

Michaela Kubeckova  ForwardPhoto of Michaela Kubeckova
1. S.C. Vitkovice   Pixbo Wallenstam IBK
International success:
Women’s WFC: 2019
Women’s U19 WFC: 2018
Champions Cup: 2019, 2020
International Tournaments: 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Euro Floorball Tour: 2017, 2018, 2020

Other transfers: 

Jan Kominek ForwardPhoto of Jan Kominek
FBC Mikulas Presov   Prague Tigers
International success:
Men’s WFC: 2014
Men’s WFCQ: 2014, 2016
Men’s WUFC: 2016
Polish Open: 2016

Daniel Joos DefenderPhoto of Daniel Joos
Iron Mamots Davos Klosters VSV Unihockey
International success:
Men’s WFCQ: 2016, 2018, 2020
International Tournaments: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019
Alps Adria Cup: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019

Sandro JoosDefenderPhoto of Sandro Joos
Iron Mamots Davos Klosters VSV Unihockey
International success:
Men’s WFCQ: 2016, 2018, 2020
Men’s U19 WFCQ: 2015
International Tournaments: 2014, 2017, 2019
Alps Adria Cup: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019

Adam Hemerka from EräViikingit ry to FBS Hattrick Brno.
Ondrej Papousek from Lindas Rasta to Tatran Stresovice.
Patrik Sebek and Michal Vojtisek from EräViikingit ry to FbS Bohemians.
Matej Penicka from FBC Lerum Utveckling to FbS Bohemians.
Adam Smíd and Martin Hales from Vaxjo Vipers to Sokol Paradubice.
Jan Malic and Filip Forman from FBC Kalmarsund to FbS Bohemians.
Sebastian Rod from Seinäjoen Peliveljet to Tatran Stresovice.
Krystof Krbec and Jan Dobisik from Nykvarns IBF Ungdom to FbS Bohemians.
Jan Prochazka from Greaker IBK to FBC Štíři Č. Budějovice.

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