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Eesti Maaülikooli SK Estonian Champions in Men and Women!

Eesti Maaülikooli SK won in both Men‘s and Women‘s league. Both finals were played best out of five.Eesti Maaülikooli SK faced ... — 11.5.2017

SK LINK/Saku & Sparta Spordiselts Champions in Estonia

SK LINK/Saku and Sparta Spordiselts won their first Estonian Championship titles. The winners were decided with a best out o... — 25.4.2016

TTÜ Spordiklubi and EMÜ Spordiklubi Estonian Champions

In the third Final game of the Estonian men‘s Floorball master league, which was played in Kiili, TTÜ Spordiklubi won against Saku Spor... — 16.4.2015

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: 1 391
Men: 655
Women: 120
Men Under 19: 590
Women Under 19: 26
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: Mr. Tõnis Teesalu teesalu(at)saalihoki.ee
Referee contact: Mr. Meelis Aab aab(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

Participation and results in IFF events

Men‘s WFC:

Women‘s WFC:

Men‘s U19 WFC:

Women‘s U19 WFC:

2018 Registered
2016: 8th2017: Registered2017: 10th
2016: -
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)

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

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
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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