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Men´s U19 WFCQ 2017 AOFC Team Presentations – 14.09.2016
The Men´s U19 WFC 2017 AOFC Qualifications are played in Fujiyoshida, Japan, on the 18th - 20th of September 2016.
Four teams, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and the first-timer Iran, are playing for a chance to play in the Men´s U19 WFC Final Round in Växjö, Sweden 2017.
Based on the IFF regional quota system, two teams from Asia-Oceania will qualify to B-division. Every team plays each other once and the top two placed teams will qualify to the Final Round.
Australia has the highest ranking (14) and are thus the favourite to qualify to the final round, but Japan (16) is very close in ranking. Last time the two teams met was a year ago and the rosters have changed since. New Zealand is ranked 24th and Iran (-) is playing for the first time.
You can follow the live statistics at the IFF Event page.
Australia Their WFCQ goal is to provide players with an opportunity to develop their skills, teamwork and attitude required to graduate to the senior team. They have a selected a mix of older players with international experience, and younger players who will strengthen their future teams.
A total of 26 teams have registered for the 9th Men´s U19 World Floorball Championships, to be held in May 2017 in Växjö, Sweden. In the qualification events, France & Iran will be competing for the first time in this category.
The Final Round is made of up 8 teams in A-division & 8 teams in B-division. All A-division teams, as well as two B-division teams have direclty qualified, based on results from the Men´s U19 WFC 2015.
The remaining 6 spots in the B-division will be determined via regional quota systems and qualification events.
Qualification events will be held in Europe (Italy) and Asia-Oceania (Japan) in September 2016. General information on those events can be found below.
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