The transfer window is now officially open! As more transfers have been confirmed, we take a look at another group of big international moves for the 2022/23 season.

Women

Estonian women’s national team goalkeeper Saskia Ormak moves to EraViikingit of the women’s F-Liiga in Finland. Playing previously for Sparta Spordiklubi in her home country of Estonia, Saskia has represented her country in two previous Women’s World Championships in 2019 and 2021.

The Swedish Superligan receives two high quality International players with U19 Czech International Kristyna Lechnerova moving to Malmo and Latvia women’s goalkeeper Jana Filipsone moving to Jonkopings. Kristyna Lechnerova has represented Czech Republic U19’s at the 2020 U19 World Championships and is bright star for the future. Jana Filipsone has represented Latvia in two Women’s World Championships and two Women’s U19 World Championships. She is an experienced and young goalkeeper who will look to further her skills in one of the best leagues in the world.

The Swiss women’s NLA receive two International, high quality players who move from Finnish clubs to Switzerland. Diana Klavan changes TPS for Zurich Lioness having represented Estonia at the previous 3 Women’s World Championships (2017, 2019 and 2021) with 9 points in 16 games at Women’s WFC events. Celine Stettler returns to play in Switzerland for UHC Kloten-Dietlikon from Porvoon and has represented Switzerland at the previous Women’s World Championships (2021) and women’s U19 Championships and looks to bring some high talent and potential to the Kloten-Dietikon Jets.

Martine Anderson Simonsen moves back to Norway to SF Grei from Swedish side Göteborg. Having represented Norway twice at the Women’s World Championships Martine is major part of Team Norway and will look to further develop her skills and contribute to SF Grei.

 

Men

Otto Lehkosuo from Finland moves to Switzerland and Swiss club Koniz from Westend Indians in the F-Liiga. Otto represented Finland at the 2020 men’s World Championships where he received a Silver medal. Otto will look to help push Koniz towards glory in the NLA using his talent, skill and experience.

Martin Kisugite moves back home to the Czech Republic to FbS Bohemians from Swiss club Koniz. Martin represented the Czech Republic at the previous two World Championships (2018 and 2020). He has represented Czech Republic in many various tournaments and will be a key member of the Bohemians squad for the upcoming 2022/23 season.

 

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

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