Floorball Champions Cup
IFF
     
Wednesday 03.10.2012 11:00
Storvreta  4 — 1  Tatran
Storvreta  —  Tatran
Wednesday 03.10.2012 17:00
Wiler-Ersigen  6 — 7  Dalen
Wiler-Ersigen  —  Dalen
Wednesday 03.10.2012 20:00
Dalen  4 — 5  Piranha Chur
Dalen  —  Piranha Chur
Thursday 04.10.2012 11:00
Tigers  6 — 9  IKSU
Tigers  —  IKSU
Thursday 04.10.2012 14:00
SPV  10 — 9  Wiler-Ersigen
SPV  —  Wiler-Ersigen
Thursday 04.10.2012 17:00
RTU  1 — 5  Storvreta
RTU  —  Storvreta
Thursday 04.10.2012 20:02
Classic  3 — 2  Dalen
Classic  —  Dalen
Friday 05.10.2012 10:29
RSU  1 — 11  Tigers
RSU  —  Tigers
Friday 05.10.2012 13:31
Piranha Chur  3 — 4  Classic
Piranha Chur  —  Classic
Friday 05.10.2012 16:30
Tatran  11 — 4  RTU
Tatran  —  RTU
Friday 05.10.2012 19:40
Dalen  6 — 5  SPV
Dalen  —  SPV
Saturday 06.10.2012 11:00
IKSU  11 — 4  Piranha Chur
IKSU  —  Piranha Chur
Saturday 06.10.2012 13:59
Classic  3 — 0  Tigers
Classic  —  Tigers
Saturday 06.10.2012 17:10
Storvreta  9 — 8  SPV
Storvreta  —  SPV
Saturday 06.10.2012 20:10
Dalen  8 — 2  Tatran
Dalen  —  Tatran
Sunday 07.10.2012 13:10
IKSU  10 — 5  Classic
IKSU  —  Classic
Sunday 07.10.2012 16:10
Dalen  3 — 6  Storvreta
Dalen  —  Storvreta

Champions Cup history

Champions Cup is a tournament for national champions organised by the International Floorball Federation (IFF) for elite European clubs. The tournament underwent significant changes in 2011 and this year’s tournament is the 2nd tournament played with the new format.

The Champions Cup structure follows the EuroFloorball Cup (EFC), formerly known as European Cup. Six men´s teams and six women’s teams (12 teams in total) participate in the event. The lower ranked European teams play the EuroFloorball Cup, with the 2012 Final round taking place 10th - 14th of October in Slovakia (preliminary dates).

The first edition of the Champions Cup was played in Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic in October 2011. The Champions Cup results and statistics are found here.

Champions Cup winners:

2011 Men:   SSV Helsinki Women:

IF Djurgårdens IBF


EuroFloorball Cup (EFC)
The EuroFloorball Cup (called the European Cup until 2007) was first played in 1993. The first Men’s champion was the Swedish team, Balrog IK, and the first Women’s champion was VK Rasket, also from Sweden. After the 2000 World Championship, the tournament changed its format to a biennial event, but returned to the annual format in 2008.

Men's standings
TeamMWTLGF-GAPTS
1.Dalen220013-116
2.SPV210115-153
3.Wiler-Ersigen200215-170
Women's standings
TeamMWTLGF-GAPTS
1.IKSU220020-76
2.Herbadent210117-103
3.RSU20022-220
Top Scorers
Goalie statistics
PlayerTeamMSG%
1.Albin EngholmStorvreta414193.33
2.Andis BlindsRTU/Inspecta225389.28
3.Fredrik HörnkvistDalen41071885.59
4.Viktor KlintstenStorvreta4601283.33
5.Tomas KafkaTatran3561282.35