Sweden: The reigning champion aims to develop the players and the teamplay. The players are in great physical condidition and the goal is to win the tournament. Players to be noted: Frida Rydfjäll - Swedish champion from IKSU innebandy. Elin Gabrielsson - a defender that has an extraordinary knowledge of the game in additon to a great floorball technique. Dragana Mrksic - a defender with energy, energy and energy.
Switzerland: The team has a good mix of players in different ages and league provenances and some of the players already play in the highest Swiss league. The aim is to recapture a medal. Players to be noted Nina Bärtschi - a very talented player with playmaker and scoring skills. Played already the Womens WFC 2011 in Switzerland. Fabienne Walther - despite of her young age already the top scorer in the Swiss Mobiliar League this season Corina Krebs - the captain of the team.
Slovakia: Slovakia has been climbing up the WU19 ranking and will now aim to play their best WFC with the support of their home crowd. Players to be noted Romana Janegová - a great center with a very good shot. She has played in the Women´s national team since 2009. Radka Mládenková - a very reliable goalkeeper who has experience from women´s internationals. Alexandra Ferencová - a defender with a very good long distance shot. One of Slovakia´s best players alreaady in the Women´s WFC 2011.
Hungary - A very young team with lack of international experience. The goal is to reach the best result based on the ability. Players to be noted Réka Kovács - the team captain and one of the most experienced players. She is the engine of the team. Alexandra Simon - the most flexible and all-round player, who can play every position. She also directs the offence well. Evelin Hotz - the steady point of the defence. She is an experienced player who organises the offence well too.
Finland - The team is determinated and ambitious but still humble. The goal is to improve the result from the previous championships. Four of the players played in the 2010 WU19 WFC silver team. Players to be noted Henna Uljua - a skillfull and towering forward who plays for the league team PSS. Hillevi Arkkila - a strong and attacking defender that has already gained some experience fromt the Women´s national team. Mari Alila - a physical fighter that plays for the Finnish top club team Classic.
Czech Republic: The team consists of junior players who already have a big role in the women´s league in Czech Republic. This is one of the reasons why the goal is to win a medal. Players to be noted Sofie Francova- she has got an ability of deep concentration and great calmness that she can also transpose on the other players. She can drive the rivals into total helplessness. Karin Vavreckova- she is a fighter that would rather fall dead on the pitch than loose. Adela Bocanova- her ability to score unexpected goals and give gratuitous passes can win games.
Norway - The team has prepared for WFC and are now ready for the first face off. The goal is to succeed in the focus areas, such as physical fitness and endurance, to have stamina every second througout the championship. Players to be noted Kine Eriksen - a young and rising floorball star. Susann Biseth - she has scored the most points for U19 women´s national team in Norway. Heidi Homble - a defensive player who has played matches for the women´s national team.
Poland - A very aligned team that wants to fight for the best placements in this WFC. The aim is to show very good floorball and make a pleasant surprise Players to be noted Weronika Noga - the best defender in the team who played already in the WU19 WFC 2010. Katarzyna Chlestowska - a very versatile player. Maja Stenka - the most experienced and successful player in the team who has already played games for the women´s national team.
The B-division team presentations will be published soon!