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 Singapore national team defender Tan Hui Zhi, Italian national team forward Maya Amodeo and former Slovak U19 national team and recent 6 Nations Slovak Goalkeeper Simon Melega.


Simon Melega moves from his home nation of Slovakia and club team ATU Kosice to neighbours Czech Republic and Superliga side FbS Bohemians in Prague. Simon helped Slovakia reach 7th place at the Men’s U19 World Championships 2021 in Brno making the 2nd most saves of any goalkeeper at the tournament with 70. He was recently called up to the Slovak senior side for the first time for the 6 Nations tournament in Germany where he impressed at the senior level tournament  with the third highest save percentage amongst all goalies at the event.


Oskars Bermanis was playing in Switzerland with Swiss side SV Waldenburg Eagles but returns back home to native Latvia with 2 time national champs FS Masters Ulbroka. Oskars was previously part of the Latvian U19 team at the 2013 U19 World Championships in Hamburg, Germany where Latvia finished in 6th place.



Tan Hui Zhi, or as she is more commonly known as “Gigi” takes her talent from Singapore side West Coast Cripz to Finland and the Northern Stars. With some Singaporean players looking to develop themselves further, more and more are travelling to European nations with rich histories of floorball to learn from the most experienced coaches and high quality teammates and opponents. Gigi has represented Singapore at the previous 2 Women’s World Championships in 2021 and 2019. She also won Gold with Singapore at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games. Gigi will be looking forward to next year’s Women’s World Championships which Singapore automatically qualify for as hosts.


Maya Amodeo moves back to Italy to Milano from Swedish side Solfjaderstaden IBK. Maya is a young promising player for the Italian Women’s national team having already represented the U19 side at the 2022 U19 Women’s WFC and last year with the senior team at the 2021 Women’s World Championships. She will look to develop her skills further at home in Italy to build up for the upcoming 2023 Women’s WFCQ event at home in Lignano Sabbiadoro at the end of January.


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

All transfers both confirmed and TBC can be found here

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