WFCQ 2016 EUR2 Team Presentations – 28.01.2016
Finland, Estonia, Denmark, Austria and Netherlands will play in the WFCQ EUR2 in Tallinn, Estonia.
The two best teams will qualify for the WFC in Latvia. In addition, the two best third placed teams will qualify (taking all EUR qualifications into consideration).
Finland is the favourite of the group with their high ranking. Next up are Estonia (ranked 8th) and Denmark (ranked 12th). Even though Estonia is ranked higher and the WFCQ is played in front of their home crowd, anything can happen. The last time these countries met (WFC 2014) Denmark took a clear win against Estonia and claimed the 7th place.
Austria and the Netherlands are a bit further away in the rankings. These two countries have played tight matches against each other.
Official IFF event page: www.floorball.org/pages/EN/Mens-WFCQ-2016-EUR2-Estonia
In 2016, there will be six regional qualification events to determine the participants of the 11th Men´s WFC 2016, and all registered teams, apart from the organiser, must participate in the qualifications. In each qualification group the teams play each other once.
In Europe there are four qualification groups and teams will qualify for the Men´s WFC 2016 according to the following:
i) The two best teams from each qualification group and the two best 3rd placed teams will qualify.
ii) The calculation of the best 3rd teams will follow this order: 1. Average number of points 2. Average goal difference 3. Average scored goals 4. Lottery drawing. *
*Since the number of teams between the qualification groups differ, the group sizes will be equalised by removing the results from the matches against the lowest placed teams in the larger-sized group before comparing the average results.
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