AUS MU19 v. NZL MU19 ends in a draw
game at the International level between New Zealand and Australia Men U19 was
held at the Dural Sports Centre in NSW.T... — 10.10.2014
Men´s U19 WFC 2015 Qualifications - Asia Oceania
8th Men´s U19 World Floorball Championships 2015
Asia Oceania Qualifications
10th - 11th October 2014
Dural Indoor Sports Centre
A total of 26 teams have registered for the 8th Men´s U19 World Floorball Championships, including Belarus, New Zealand, Ukraine & USA who will all 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 2013. The remaining 6 spots in the B-division will be determined via regional quota systems and qualification events.
In Asia-Oceania, Japan have received direct qualification to B-division, while Australia & New Zealand will compete for the second AOFC spot. The teams will play each other twice and the best-placed team will qualify.
||New Zealand (-)|
* Numbers in brackets show current rankings. Teams marked with (-) are competing in their first Men´s U19 WFC event and will receive a ranking at the completion of the tournament.
Top-placed team calculations
The top-placed team will be decided according to the following:
a) The total number of points.
b) If two or more teams have the same number of points the internal matches of the teams concerned, the internal goal difference included if necessary, shall be decisive.
c) If the internal matches according to b) are not decisive, most scored goals internally shall be decisive.
d) If the ranking cannot be decided by the internal matches, the total goal difference of the teams concerned shall be decisive.
e) If the total goal difference is not decisive most scored goals of the teams concerned shall be decisive.
f) If most scored goals are not decisive a drawing of lot with the teams concerned shall settle the ranking unless the ranking
concerns only the two teams playing a last round match deciding about promotion
or relegation when extra time and, if needed, penalty shots shall decide the