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Classic win both titles in Finland

Finnish Superfinal was played last Saturday at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki. Classic was triumphant in both Men and Women and will be seen... — 24.4.2017

Teams in the Finnish Superfinals

The Finnish Superfinals will be played this Saturday at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki. The Women‘s final starts at 13:00 and th... — 20.4.2017

Semi-finals in Finland

The men‘s first semi-final matches were played in Finland the past weekend and the women‘s semi-finalists were set.Men‘s leagueI... — 3.4.2017

Finnish Floorball Federation

Name: Finnish Floorball Federation
Association founded: 1985
IFF member since: 1986 (one of IFF founders)
Member of Finnish Sport Federation: Yes
Member of National Olympic Committee: Yes
Official web page: floorball.fi & Facebook Page
Number of employees in the Association: 26

Number of licensed players
Total: 57 400
Men: 20 865

Women: 4 180
Men Under 19: 24 733

Women Under 19: 4 677

Number of Floorball Clubs: 845


Association Contacts

Head office of the association

Finnish Floorball Federation (Suomen Salibandyliitto)
Alakiventie 2
00920 Helsinki
FINLAND
Phone +358-9 454 21 40
Fax +358-9 454 214 20
E-mail: International affairs

kari.lampinen(at)floorball.fi
International player transfers:
pelaajasiirrot(at)floorball.fi


President: Mr. Ismo Haaponiemiismo.haaponiemi(at)floorball.fi
Vice President: Mr. Ari Rauhalaari.rauhala(at)floorball.fi
Secretary General:Mr. Kari Lampinenkari.lampinen(at)floorball.fi
Transfers:pelaajasiirrot(at)floorball.fi
Anti-doping:Mr. Jari Oksanenjari.oksanen(at)floorball.fi
Referees:Mr. Jukka Parviainenjukka.parviainen(at)floorball.fi
National teams:Mr. Jari Oksanenjari.oksanen(at)floorball.fi
Media:Mr. Markku Huoponenmarkku.huoponen(at)floorball.fi
Education/Development: Mr. Kim Sällström
Mr. Mika Saastamoinen
Mr. Miikka Lamu
kim.sallstrom(at)floorball.fi
mika.saastamoinen(at)floorball.fi
miikka.lamu(at)floorball.fi
ParaFloorball: Mrs Eeva Welling eeva.welling(at)floorball.fi


Participation and results in IFF events

Men‘s WFC:

Women‘s WFC:

Men‘s U19 WFC:

Women‘s U19 WFC:

2018 Registered 2018 A-Division
2016: 1st2017: Registered2017: A-division 2016: 2nd

2014: 2nd

2015: 2nd

2015 : 1st

2014: 2nd

2012 : 2nd

2013 : 2nd

2013 : 3rd

2012 : 1st

2010 : 1st

2011 : 2nd

2011 : 1st

2010 : 2nd

2008 : 1st

2009 : 3rd

2009 : 2nd

2008 : 3rd

2006 : 2nd

2007 : 2nd

2007 : 3rd

2006 : 2nd

2004 : 3rd

2005 : 2nd

2005 : 2nd

2004 : 2nd

2002 : 2nd

2003 : 3rd

2003 : 1st

2000 : 2nd

2001 : 1st

2001 : 3rd

1998 : 3rd

1999 : 1st

1996 : 2nd

1997 : 2nd


IFF events organised by the association (year, event and place)

2015

Women´s World Floorball Championships

Tampere

2013

Champions Cup

Tampere

2010

Men´s World Floorball Championships

Helsinki and Vantaa

2010

EuroFloorball Cup Qualifications 2nd best teams

Helsinki

2009

Men´s U19 World Championships

Turku and Raisio

2008

EuroFloorball Cup Qualifications 2nd best teams

Helsinki and Porvoo

2007-2008

EuroFloorball Cup Final Round

Vantaa

2004

Women´s U19 World Floorball Championships

Tampere

2002

Men´s World Floorball Championships

Helsinki

1998

European Cup Final Round Men/Women

Helsinki and Vantaa

1997

Women´s World Floorball Championships

Mariehamn and Godby

1994

Men´s European Championships

Helsinki

1993

European Cup Final Round Women

Helsinki


National championships
Men‘s championships played since: 1986
Women‘s championships played since: 1988
Age groups in boys: U21, U18, U16, U15, U14, U13, U12, U11, U10, U9
Age groups in girls: U20, U16, U14, U12, U10

Men´s National Champions

Women´s National Champions

2015-16: Classic (Tampere)2015-16: NST (Lappeenranta)
2014-15: SPV (Seinäjoki)2014-15: Classic (Tampere)
2013-14: Happee (Jyväskylä)2013-14: SB-Pro (Nurmijärvi)
2012-13: SPV (Seinäjoki)2012-13: Classic (Tampere)
2011-12: SPV (Seinäjoki)2011-12: Classic (Tampere)
2010-11: SSV (Helsinki)2010-11: Classic (Tampere)
2009-10: SSV (Helsinki)2009-10: Classic (Tampere)
2008-09: SSV (Helsinki)2008-09: Classic (Tampere)
2007-08: SSV (Helsinki)2007-08: Classic (Tampere)
2006-07: SSV (Helsinki)2006-07: Tapanilan Erä III (Helsinki)
2005-06: Oilers (Espoo)2005-06: NST (Lappeenranta)
2004-05: SSV (Helsinki)2004-05: Tikkurilan Tiikerit (Vantaa)
2003-04: SSV (Helsinki)2003-04: VFT (Vantaa)
2002-03: Oilers (Espoo)2002-03: Classic (Tampere)
2001-02: Oilers (Espoo)2001-02: HIFK (Helsinki)
2000-01: SSV (Helsinki)2000-01: HIFK (Helsinki)
1999-00: HIFK (Helsinki)1999-00: Erä III (Helsinki)
1998-99: Oilers (Espoo)1998-99: VFT (Vantaa)
1997-98: Viikingit (Helsinki)1997-98: VFT (Vantaa)
1996-97: VFT (Vantaa)1996-97: Erä III (Helsinki)
1995-96: SSV (Helsinki)1995-96: Erä III (Helsinki)
1994-95: SSV (Helsinki)1994-95: Tapanilan Erä (Helsinki)
1993-94: Josba (Joensuu)1993-94: Oilers (Espoo)
1992-93: SSV (Helsinki)1992-93: Tapanilan Erä (Helsinki)
1991-92: Josba (Joensuu)1991-92: Tapanilan Erä (Helsinki)
1990-91: S.C. Dalmac (Helsinki)1990-91: S.C. Dalmac (Helsinki)
1989-90: S.C. Dalmac (Helsinki)1989-90: S.C. Dalmac (Helsinki)
1988-89: Blue Eyes Team (Jyväskylä)1988-89: Blue Eyes Team (Jyväskylä)
1987-88: Manse United (Tampere)
1986-87: Manse United (Tampere)

Men‘s player of the season:

Women‘s player of the season:
2011-12: Tatu Väänänen2011-12: Tiia Ukkonen
2010-11: Mika Kohonen2010-11: Katriina Saarinen
2009-10: Harri Forsten2009-10: Laura Kokko
2008-09: Tero Tiitu2008-09: Anne Suomalainen
2007-08: Tero Tiitu2007-08: Katriina Saarinen
2006-07: Juha Kivilehto2006-07: Jonna Mäkelä
2005-06: Jaakko Hintikka2005-06: Jonna Mäkelä
2004-05: JP Lehtonen2004-05: Jenni Morottaja
2003-04: Mika Kohonen2003-04: Tuulia Karvonen
2002-03: Tero Karppanen2002-03: Petra Mäntynen
2001-02: Jaakko Hintikka2001-02: Jonna Kettunen
2000-01: Mika Kohonen2000-01: Petra Mäntynen
1999-00: Mika Kohonen1999-00: Marilla Puustinen
1998-99: Mika Kohonen1998-99: Anna-Maija Keränen
1997-98: Raine Laine1997-98: Sari Nurmi
1996-97: Heikki Vienola1996-97: Pirjo Haukkamaa
1995-96: JP Lehtonen1995-96: Arja Joutsen
1994-95: Jari Pekkola1994-95: Katja Kelo
1993-94: Kai Ahlstedt1993-94: Mema Pitkänen
1992-93: Jan Gråsten1992-93: Hanna-Mari Sarlin
1991-92: Risto Talonen1991-92: Minna Nevala
1990-91: Pete Heinonen1990-91: Pauliina Jurvanen
1989-90: Jukka Tervo1989-90: Paula Jokinen
1988-89: Jarmo Perttilä1988-89: Tuula Hartikainen


Information about the nation

Population: 5 366 100 est. 2012
Capital: Helsinki
Language: Finnish, Swedish
Currency: Euro

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