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The international transfer period from the 1st of July until the 31st of December 2015 included 535 transfers between floorball countries.

This is about the same amount of transfers as in the year 2014 when the total number was 523.

The Temporary Play Transfer procedure, which started in 2008, continued also during the summer 2015 but with a low number of transfers, 18 in 2015. The Temporary Play window was open between 1st of May and 31st of August 2015.

International transfers
1998: 202
1999: 174
2000: 201
2001: 203
2002: 236
2003: 277
2004: 334
2005: 386
2006: 473
2007: 444
2008: 454
2009: 564
2010: 496
2011: 545
2012: 562
2013: 574
2014: 523
2015: 535

Temporary play transfers
2008: 10
2009: 21
2010: 28
2011: 62
2012: 45
2013: 25
2014: 11
2015: 18

The number of completed transfers in 2015 was 535 of which 134 was made to Sweden, 89 to Switzerland and 69 to Finland. International transfers were done to a total of 24 different countries. 

The number of regular transfers increased in 2015 with 2 % compared to 2014. The total amount of transfers, if calculating both the ordinary transfers and the temporary play transfers, was 553.

Top 10 countries in received completed international transfers in 2015:

1. Sweden: 134
2. Switzerland: 89
3. Finland: 69
4. Germany: 54
5. Norway: 45
6. Czech Republic: 37
7. Denmark: 22
8. Netherlands: 16
9. Slovakia: 14
10. Austria: 9

See all the International Transfers 2015 from here. The next International Transfer period starts on the 1st of May 2016 and the transfers will be made valid starting from the 1st of July 2016.

Temporary Play Transfers 2015

There were 18 completed Temporary Play Transfers during summer 2015 (May 1st - August 31st) See all the Temporary Play transfers from here.

Read more about the International Transfers from here.

Transfer Statistics 1998-2015

International transfers have been made since 1998. The biggest amount of the transfers during 1998-2015 has been completed to Sweden. Sweden reached the limit of 1000 completed transfers already in 2009 and with the 134 transfers in 2015 it is still the number one country. Norway was number two for many years, but not anymore in 2014 and in 2015 the position for Norway was number five.

The total number of transfers, 1998-2015, is now 7 183. International transfers have been completed to a total of 28 different countries. Check out the IFF Transfer Statistics 1998-2015 from here.  

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