In addition to the Women’s U19 World Floorball Championships in Uppsala, several international matches were played during the past weekend. 

The Women’s Four Nations Tournament was one of the preparation events for the teams considering the upcoming Women’s WFC 2021. Finland won all of their matches and took the first place in the standings. Finland’s Veera Kauppi gathered 10 points in three matches and was the top scorer of the tournament. The Men’s Polish Open took place in Katowice with four teams. Czech Republic won the event, Switzerland being second. Adam Delong (CZE) was the top scorer of the event with 8 points. The Men’s national teams of Finland and Sweden met once again when two matches took place in Vantaa and Lahti in Finland and this time Sweden won both games.

Match results and statistics can be found when accessing the event page below.

Women’s Four Nations Tournament (Muri bein Bern, Switzerland) 
3rd – 5th September at Die Mobiliar Arena

1. Finland
2. Sweden
3. Switzerland
4. Czech Republic

Highlights and match replays on

Polish Open: Men (Katowice, Poland)*
2nd – 5th September at OSS MOSiR Arena

1. Czech Republic
2. Switzerland
3. Slovakia
4. Poland

Match replays available on Polish Floorball Federation’s YouTube channel.

*Not all matches were played due to a positive Covid-19 test. 

Finland v Sweden: Men (Vantaa/Lahti, Finland)
4th – 5th September at Energia Areena

FIN v SWE 3-4
FIN v SWE 1-4

Match replays on F-Liiga TV and highlights on Finnish Floorball Federation’s YouTube channel.

Men’s 4 Nations Tournament (Valmiera/Koceni, Latvia)
3rd – 5th September at Vidzeme Olympic Center  & Koceni Sports Hall

  1. Finland Men B
  2. Switzerland Men B
  3. Sweden Development
  4. Latvia M

Match replays available on Latvian Floorball Union’s YouTube channel.

Italy v Austria: Men (Cornaredo, Italy)
4th – 5th September at Centro “S.Pertini”

AUT v ITA 4-7
ITA v AUT 3-3

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