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Estonian Champions 2018 are Sparta team Automaailm and Sparta Spordiselts

On April 14th the first Superfinal in Estonia was held in Kalevi spordihall. In season 2017/2018 the champions in both men‘s and women‘s... — 16.4.2018

Estonian Floorball Union presents new logo

Estonian Floorball Union has presented its new logo on its 24th anniversary. Estonian Floorball Union was founded on November 27... — 28.11.2017

Risto Lall to coach Estonia Men´s national team

Estonian Floorball Union has announced Risto Lall as the new head coach and Petri Hosiaisluoma as the assistant coach for th... — 25.7.2017

Estonian Floorball Union

Name: Estonian Floorball Union
Association founded: 1993
IFF member since: 1994
Member of Sports Commission: -
Member of National Olympic Committee: Yes
Official web page: www.saalihoki.ee
Number of emplyees in the Association: 1

Number of licensed players

Total: 1 205
Men: 448
Women: 90
Men Under 19: 575
Women Under 19: 92
Number of Floorball Clubs: 26

Association Contacts

Head office of the association

Estonian Floorball Union
(Eesti Saalihoki Liit)
Pirita tee 12
EE-10127 Tallinn
ESTONIA
Phone +372-50 26 962
E-mail: info(at)saalihoki.ee


President: Mr. Ain Lillepalu lillepalu(at)saalihoki.ee
Vice President: - -
Secretary General: Mr. Tõnis Teesalu teesalu(at)saalihoki.ee
Transfer contact: Mr. Tõnis Teesalu teesalu(at)saalihoki.ee
Anti-doping contact: Ms. Meelike Terasmaa terasmaa(at)saalihoki.ee
Referee contact: Ms. Kaisa Aruaas aruaas(at)saalihoki.ee
National team contact: Mr. Tõnis Teesalu teesalu(at)saalihoki.ee
Media contact: Mr. Tõnis Teesalu teesalu(at)saalihoki.ee
Education/Development: Mr. Tõnis Teesalu teesalu(at)saalihoki.ee
ParaFloorball contact:Ms. Meelike Terasmaa terasmaa(at)saalihoki.ee

Participation and results in IFF events

Men‘s WFC:

Women‘s WFC:

Men‘s U19 WFC:

Women‘s U19 WFC:

2018: Final Round2019: Registered2019: Registered2018: -
2016: 8th2017: 11th2017: 10th2016: -
2014: 8th2015: 21st2015: 12th2014: -
2012: 9th2013: 18th2013: 11th

2012: -

2010: 7th

2011: 17th

2011: 8th

2010: -

2008: 8th

2009: 15th

2009: 9th

2008: -

2006: 11th

2007: 23rd

2007: 11th

2006: -

2004: 12th

2005: -

2005: 11th

2004: -

2002: 12th

2003: -

2003: 11th

2000: 11th

2001: -

2001: 10th

1998: 10th

1999: -

1996: 11th

1997: -


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

2018 Men´s WFC Qualifications EUR1 Tallinn
2016 Men´s WFC Qualifications EUR2 Tallinn

National championships

Men‘s championships played since: 1994
Women‘s championships played since: 2001
Age groups in boys: U19, U17, U15, U13, U11
Age groups in girls: U19


Men´s National Champions

2017-18: Sparta team Automaailm
2016-17: EMÜ SK
2015-16: SK LINK/Saku
2014-15: TTÜ Spordiklubi
2013-14: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2012-13: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2011-12: SK Augur/Wasteland

2010-11: Augur/Wasteland

2009-10: Augur/A&A Kinnisvara
2008-09: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2007-08: TTÜ/ Team Exel
2006-07: TTÜ SK
2005-06: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2004-05: TTÜ SK
2003-04: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2002-03: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2001-02: SBK Bändidos
2000-01: Jõgeva SK Tähe
1999-00: Jõgeva SK Tähe
1998-99: Jõgeva SK Tähe
1997-98: Mustamäe MC Aeg
1996-97: Jõgeva SK Tähe
1995-96: Jõgeva SK Tähe
1994-95: Mustamäe SK Aeg
Women‘s National Champions
2017-18: Sparta
2016-17: EMÜ SK
2015-16: Sparta Spordiselts
2014-15: Eesti Maaülikooli
2013-14: Eesti Maaülikooli
2012-13: SK Saku Fortuna
2011-12: SK Saku Fortuna
2010-11: Saku SK Fortuna
2009-10: Saku SK Fortuna
2008-09: Jäneda SHN
2007-08: SK Saku Fortuna
2006-07: SK Saku Fortuna
2005-06: SK Saku Fortuna
2004-05: SK Saku Fortuna
2003-04: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2002-03: Tallinna Järveotsa Gümnaasiumi SK
2001-02: Jõgeva SK Tähe
2000-01: Not yet played


Men´s Player of the Season

2010-11:

2009-10: Henrik Talme

2008-09: Rein Kivi

2007-08: Veiko Raudsepp

2006-07: Rein Kivi

2005-06: Marko Saksing/ Rein Kivi

2004-05: Rein Kivi

2003-04: Rein Kivi

2002-03: Marko Saksing

2001-02: Andro Sõber

2000-01: Argo Kungla

1999-00: Argo Kungla

1998-99: Jüri Narits

1997-98: Rain Raidna

1996-97: Arvo Kraam

Women‘s Player of the Season

2010-11:

2009-10: Liina Üksik

2008-09: Kristi Lööper

2007-08: Katrin Saare

2006-07: Taiga Laur

2005-06: Riive Tamm

2004-05: Maaren Olander

2003-04: Piret Peebo

2002-03: Merli Kaljuve

2001-02: Not selected

2000-01: Not selected

1999-00: Not selected

1998-99: Not selected

1997-98: Not selected

1996-97: Not selected

Information about the nation

Population: 1 340 021 est. 2012
Capital: Tallinn
Language: Estonian
Currency: Euro



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