8 Men’s teams and 8 Women’s teams across Europe will take part in the premier club Floorball competition starting this August. Teams from Sweden, Czechia, Finland and Switzerland are all represented in their quest for continental glory and bragging rights as the best club team in European and world Floorball.


The competition begins on August 23rd, 2024 with Pixbo kicking things off in the Men’s competition at home against debutants Esport Oilers. The Women’s competition begins on August 25th, 2024 with Classic taking on 2 time defending champions Thorengruppen. The full matchups can be seen below:

Men’s Champions Cup 2025

Nokian KRP (FIN) – Storvreta IBK (SWE)
Pixbo IBK (SWE) – Esport Oilers (FIN)
SV Wiler-Ersigen (SUI) – Tatran Střešovice (CZE)
Florbal MB (CZE) – Zug United (SUI)

Women’s Champions Cup 2025

Classic (FIN) – Thorengruppen IBK (SWE)
Pixbo IBK (SWE) – TPS (FIN)
Zug United (SUI) – 1. SC Vitkovice (CZE)
Florbal Chodov (CZE) – Kloten-Dietlikon Jets (SUI)


All the times and dates can be found below*:




Storvreta IBK won their 8th Swedish championship title in 15 years and secured their spot yet in another Champions Cup. Last year they played against Classic and this time they will meet the Finnish Cup champions Nokian KrP, who are debutants in the Champions Cup. Game seven decided the new league champions in Finland and Esport Oilers won the title after 18 years of waiting. They will participate in the Champions Cup for the first time and meet the Cup Champions from Sweden, Pixbo IBK.

On the women’s side the quarterfinal pairs are the same as last year. Thorengruppen won their fourth championship title in a row in Sweden but they had already secured their spot in the Champions Cup by winning the Swedish Cup. Now the Cup final as well as the league playoff runner-ups Pixbo IBK, qualify to the Champions Cup and will meet TPS again as they did last year. Thorengruppen IBK will play against Classic, as Classic qualify by being the league playoff and league final runner-ups.



Tatran Střešovice are the defending Czech and Champions Cup Champions and they qualified for the 2025 Champios Cup by winning the Czech Cup. In the quarter-finals they will meet the Swiss play-off runner-ups SV Wiler-Ersigen. Mladá Boleslav will be returning to Champions Cup after last seen in 2019, this time they qualified for being play-off runner-ups. They will be challenged by Zug United who will be playing in their first ever Champions Cup and who are the reigning Swiss champions.

On the women’s side Zug United, who were the play-off runner-ups in Switzerland will meet the defending Czech Champions 1. SC Vitkovice. These teams also met last year in the Champions Cup quarter-finals: Zug United won both matches and continued to the semi-finals. Czech Cup Champions Chodov will then meet the defending Swiss champions Kloten-Dietlikon Jets, who also won the Swiss Cup this season.


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