The transfer window officially opens on July 1st but many international transfers have already come in, in preparation for being officially confirmed on the 1st of July for the 2022/23 season.

Men

Beginning with two Latvian players, Gustavs Griezitis and Krisjanis Tiltins who recently were part of the Latvian squad at the WFCQ event in Valmiera, moving from their home country and clubs to Koovee in the F-Liiga in Finland. Both are young (18 and 19) and are looking to further their floorball development by competing in one of the top floorball leagues in the world.

 

The Swiss NLA are also receiving a number of international and high quality players for the upcoming season. Luca Graf is one of the most high profile Swiss national team players, and moves back to his home country to compete in the NLA for Koniz. Fellow Swiss national team member for the World Games, Nicola Bischofberger also moves back to NLA to Winterthur from Swedish side Linkoping and will be joined by compatriot Claudio Mutter who will also be transferring to Winterthur and from Swedish side Sirius. Austrian national team player Marcel Joos makes the step across the border from Austrian side VSV to Davos Klosters in Switzerland.

 

One of the star performers from WFCQ 2022, Dutch goalkeeper Arvid Vonk moves from Karhut who were just relegated to the Finnish 2nd division to Swedish Allsvenskan Sodra side Warberg. Norwegian national team player Sander Fauskanger moves from Warberg in Sweden to Norwegian side Greaker.

 

Women

On the Women’s side NLA women’s side Piranha Chur are getting Czech international player Eliska Trojankova joining from Chodov. Swiss side Zurich Lionesses have acquired Kate Meldere from Latvia moving from Lekrings in her home country.

 

Dutch goalkeeper Dorothee Vogelsang has moved from AC Sparta Praha in the Czech republic back to her home country, Netherlands and side HSK.

 

A big transfer comes with Finnish national team player Laura Manninen who has represented Finland at 4 different Women’s World Championships moving back to Finland from Swedish top side Pixbo Wallenstam.

 

Recent announcement for the Canadian U19 Women’s team for the U19 World Championships in Poland, Elise Van Thielen moves to Swedish Superligan women’s side Malmo in a big move.

 

More transfer news will be announced throughout the summer so stay tuned for more interesting and maybe even surprising transfers!

All transfers both confirmed and TBC can be found here floorball.sport

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