Several events were played during the October Internationals Weekend. For the Adults’ teams, these were the last events before the World Floorball Championships coming up in the end of this year. For the U19 teams, it was a start of a new journey. 

The past weekend offered many exciting matches. Czech men’s team offered a great performance in front of their home crowd, winning against the reigning champion Finland and vice-champion Sweden. Sweden took home the Euro Floorball Tour (EFT) and Czech Republic finished second. Sweden dominated the Women’s EFT, winning all of their matches. Finland won the Men’s U19 EFT without defeats and Czech Republic won the Women’s U19 EFT. In the Men’s 6 Nations Floorball Challenge held in Trencin, Slovakia, the hosts won both of their matches and the event. In the Women’s 6 NFC, Poland was the strongest team. Finnish men’s U23 team won both matches against Latvian men’s team and Estonian women’s team won against Latvia for the first time on Sunday.

During the weekend, many players got acknowledgement for their performance in the national team. Kim Nilsson became the first Swedish national team player to reach 200 points (currently 202). Veera Kauppi broke Eliisa Alanko‘s goal record in the Women’s national team and reached her 85th goal on Saturday against Switzerland. Kauppi has now scored 86 goals in the national team. Tanja Stella played her 128th international match and she is the first Swiss female player who have played this many matches in the national team shirt. Emelie Wibron became the first player who has scored 100 goals in the Swedish women’s national team. Yesterday’s match against Switzerland was 125th for Johan Samuelsson, who has the most international matches in the Swedish men’s national team. The previous record (124 matches) belonged to Mattias Samuelsson, who ended his career in the national team in 2020.

The final standings from each event can be found below. Match results and statistics can be found when accessing the event pages below.

Euro Floorball Tour: Women & Women U19 (Lempäälä, Finland)
15th – 17th October at Ideapark Bläk Boks

Results W:
1. Sweden
2. Finland
3. Czech Republic
4. Switzerland

Results WU19:
1. Czech Republic
2. Sweden
3. Finland
4. Switzerland

Euro Floorball Tour: Men & Men U19 (Plzen, Czech Republic)
15th – 17th October at TJ Lokomotiva

Results M:
1. Sweden
2. Czech Republic
3. Finland
4. Switzerland

Results MU19:
1. Finland
2. Sweden
3. Czech Republic
4. Switzerland

6 Nations Floorball Challenge: Men (Trencin, Slovakia)
15th – 17th October at M-Šport Center & Mestská športová Hala

1. Slovakia
2. Germany
3. Poland

6 Nations Floorball Challenge: Women (Trencin, Slovakia)
15th – 17th October at M-Šport Center & Mestská športová Hala

1. Poland
2. Slovakia
3. Germany

Friendly Internationals: Women (Trencin, Slovakia)
15th – 17th October at M-Šport Center & Mestská športová Hala

POL v GER 11-1
POL v SVK 6-8
GER v Nemšová W 3-3

Germany M v Slovakia M (Trencin, Slovakia)
16th October at Mestská športová Hala

GER v SVK 1-7

Finland MU23 v Latvia Men (Eerikkilä, Finland)
16th – 17th October at Eerikkilä Sport & Outdoor Resort

FIN MU23 v LAT 7-6 ps.
FIN MU23 v LAT 12-2

Koceni Cup – Latvia v Estonia: Women (Koceni, Latvia)
16th – 17th October at Kocēni Sports Hall

LAT v EST 5-2
EST v LAT 5-3

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