The group ballot for the Women’s U19 World Floorball Championships 2024 was holded today during the Nordic Challenge event in Finland. All 16 participating countries have been set into groups A, B, C and D.
Hungary, Denmark, Italy and Canada are in the group D. Tickets are available now – get yours here. Let’s learn more about these countries and their history in the floorball.
The Hungarian Floorball Federation was founded in 1989. A few years later, in 1992, they became an IFF member country. In the last U19 WFC in Katowice in 2022, Hungary placed 10th. Center player Nora Lelovics, HUN #9, was elected to the All-Star Team and ranked first in the scoring leaders’ statistics with a total of 29 points.
The Denmark Floorball Association was founded in 1989, and they joined the IFF as a member country in 1991. In the last WFC tournament in Katowice, Poland, Team Denmark placed 11th. Denmark has organised a total of eight international floorball tournament events, including the most recent one, the U19 WFC Men’s World Floorball Championship in Frederikshavn last year.
The Italian Floorball Federation was founded in 2000, and a year later, they became an IFF member country. Team Italy placed 13th in the last WFC tournament in Katowice. In Katowice 2022, Italian player Chiara Taini was ranked 6th in the scoring leaders’ statistics list with a total of 12 points.
The Canadian Floorball Association was founded in 2001, and in the same year, they became an IFF member country. Canada has organised a total of 10 international IFF Floorball events. In the last U19 World Championships in Katowice, Poland, in 2022, Canada placed 16th.