The transfer window activity continues! As more transfers have been confirmed, we take a look at another group of big international moves for the 2022/23 season including Slovak Men’s national team player Lukas Ujhelyi, Polish Men’s national team veteran Lukasz Chlebda and Women’s 2020 U19 WFC Gold Medalist Tuulia Lahti from Finland.


Lukas Ujhelyi moves from Czech side Sparta Praha to UHC Alligator Malans in Switzerland. Lukas has represented Slovakia at 4 Men’s World Championships (2014, 2016, 2018 and 2020). He was also part of the Slovakia team that upset the Czech Republic in the EUR3 WFCQ 2022 tournament in Celano, Italy earlier this year. Sparta lost in the semi finals of the Czech Superliga playoffs last season with his new side Malans losing in the first round of the Swiss NLA playoffs.


Lukasz Chlebda is a hugely important player for Polish floorball, having represented the Men’s national side at 5 World Championships (2010, 2012, 2016, 2018 and 2020), the World Games in 2017 and various other tournaments for his country. He makes a move from Szarotka Nowy Targ, one of the premier sides in the Polish Ekstraliga to Swiss 1.Liga side Pfannenstiel Egg-Maur-Oetwil am See. Lukasz brings a wealth of experience and talent to his new Swiss team.


Rasmus Engelhardt is a Danish goalie who recently represented the Men’s senior team for the first time at the 2022 WFCQ event in Latvia, after having previously competed for Denmark U19’s at the 2013 U19 WFC. Rasmus had been playing in Sweden for Div 2. side Malmhaug but moves back to his homeland to one of the premier sides in the Danish league, Copenhagen FC.


Maximilian Obereder is an Austrian goalkeeper who has represented his country at the two previous Men’s WFCQ events in 2020 and 2022. He had been playing for German side Chemnitz but moves to Sweden for new side IBF Orebro to further push his developments in net.



2020 U19 bronze medalist for the Czech republic Vladka Maderova spent the previous season in Finland, with one of the top women’s side EraVikingit ry. She heads back home to her new Czech team FBS Olomouc. Olomouc got to the Czech Playoffs first round last year and were looking to improve with some international quality for the upcoming season. With Vladka joining, they are certainly a stronger team now.


Another player who represented their nation at the 2020 Women’s U19 World Championships was Finnish forward Tuulia Lahti. She picked up the gold medal helping Finland overcome rivals Sweden in the final in OT. She moves from her home country to Switzerland for NLA side Berner Oberland. One of the bright talents of the future Tuulia will look to further her development in a competitive Swiss Women’s NLA league.


Julia Opic is a Polish multi talented player who can play either as a forward or in defence. She most recently represented Poland at the 2020 Women’s U19 World Championships where Poland achieved 6th place. She moves to Czech Women’s Extraliga side FBC Liberec in a highly talented league, looking to develop alongside some of the best female players in the world.


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

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