The 2023/2024 season came to an end in many countries around April and May and now we take a look at the champions in Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Norway, Poland and Slovakia.


For the second year in a row, Frederikshavn win double. They won their third championship in a row on the Men’s side after winning the Superfinal against Sunds Seahawks 8-3.

On the Women’s side Frederikshavn Blackhawks became Danish champions after winning the final 8-2 over Copenhagen FC. Frederikshavn had won the two previous finals, respectively the Superfinal in 2023 and the Cup final (Pokal Final4) in January this year.



Eesti Maaülikool have been crowned as Women’s champions in Estonia after winning final series against Sparta 3-0 (6-3, 4-2, 6-5). Unlike last season, Sparta had to settle for silver medals and second place.

Jõgeva SK Tähe / Olivia men have been crowned as floorball champions in Estonia. Jõgeva SK Tähe / Olivia won the final series 3-2 (7-4, 7-8, 10-7, 4-9 and 4-2). It was the 13th men’s championship title for the club. Special awards of final series –Best Goalkeeper was Karl-Erik Kruusmaa and MVP was team captain Mathias Einamann.



Dümptener Füchse – the champions from 2022 and 2023 are also the German champions in 2024. Dümptener Füchse were crowned champions in the second game of the final series against Lady Piranhhas (that they won 5-3) and thus remain undefeated in the play-offs. An impressive series as they were able to eliminate both UHC Weißenfels and Lady Piranhhas from Hamburg.

The record champion UHC Weißenfels retains the upper hand in the decisive fifth game. The day before, the ETV Piranhhas Hamburg forced the final to the fifth game with a 9-4 win. On Sunday, however, UHC was too strong overall and got the needed 7-4 win in order to celebrate yet another championship title.



In the Women’s final NND/RJTC from Riga crossed sticks with the fifteen-time Latvian champion Rubeni from Kocēni. In an intense battle, the Riga team won 7-4 and especially one player stood out – Elina Dīce with 4 (2+2) points.

FS Masters/Ulbroka are the champions of the Men’s ELVI floorball league for the third time. They won the Superfinal held in Arena Riga against Talsu NSS/Krauzers with 6-2.



In Norway, Tunet IBK were crowned double champions as they won the title in both the Men’s and Women’s. There was a high tempo and tough duels in the Men’s final between Tunet and Greåker. The match ended 4-4 after full time, and had to be decided on penalties. In front of 1,650 spectators in Kongstenhallen, it was finally Tunet who were crowned Norwegian champions.

The Women’s final between Tunet and Grei was highly dramatic. The match ended 6-6 after full time and as there were no goals in extra time, the match had to be decided on penalties. After a nerve-wracking penalty shootout, in the end it was Tunet who were named Norwegian champions for women.



In the Women’s final, the regular time ended even 5-5. But as the extra time did not decide the game either, everything had to be decided by a series of penalty shots. JohnnyBros Olimpia Osowa Gdańsk were literally one hit better and defended the championship title. AZS AGH Kraków, in turn, won historic silver medals in their debut season in the Women’s Ekstraliga.

In the Men’s final the eternal rivals, UKS Bankówka Zielonka and SKS Olimpia Łochów, faced each other. The former had a chance to defend their title, and the latter – to win the historic first championship title. This time it was UKS Bankówka Zielonka who succeeded as they could defend their lead in the last period. Final score 4-3 for Zielonka.



Kysucké Nové Mesto win the historical first ever gold in Hyundai Extraliga. The first ever title was decided in the fourth final match on the ground of Spišská Nova Ves. Kysucké Nové Mesto won the fourth meeting 6-3 against ŠK Fbk Kométa Spišská Nová Ves.

Lido Bratislava celebrated their first championship title in the Men’s Extra League. They won the dramatic fourth final against Tsunami Záhorská Bystrica 5-4.


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