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IKSU and Falun Swedish Champions!

Swedish Superfinal was played on Saturday at Ericsson Globe in Stockholm. IKSU and IBF Falun are the new champions and also won a ti... — 24.4.2017

Teams in the Swedish Superfinal

The Swedish Superfinal, like the Finnish and the Swiss Superfinal, will be played this Saturday. The Women‘s final starts at... — 20.4.2017

Semi-finals in Sweden

In the top Swedish league, SSL, Men‘s semi-finals have already started and the Women‘s first semi-final matches will be played this ... — 5.4.2017

Swedish Floorball Federation

Name: Swedish Floorball Federation
Association founded: 1981
IFF member since: 1986 (IFF founded)
Member of National Sport Authority: Yes
Member of National Olympic Committee: Yes
Official web page: www.innebandy.se & Facebook Page
Number of employees in the Association: 19
Next General Assembly: June 2015



Number of licensed players

  • Total: 126 443
  • Men: 17 251
  • Women: 5 456
  • Men Under 19: 74 153
  • Women Under 19: 29 583
  • Number of Floorball Clubs: 945

Association Contacts

Head office of the association

Swedish Floorball Federation
(Svenska Innebandyförbundet)
Sundbybergsvägen 9 (Box 1047)
SE-17121 Solna
SWEDEN
Phone +46-8 514 274 00
Fax +46-8 82 22 14
E-mail: info(at)innebandy.se

President: Mr. Tomas Engholm tomas.engholm(at)innebandy.se
Vice President: Ms. Marit Bergendahl marit.bergendahl(at)innebandy.se
Secretary General: Mr. Göran Harnesk goran.harnesk(at)innebandy.se
Transfer contact:
info(at)innebandy.se
Anti-doping contact: Mr. Jan Lindberg jan.lindberg(at)innebandy.se
Referee contact: Mr. Magnus Fantenberg magnus.fantenberg(at)innebandy.se
National team contact: Mr. Joakim Lindstrom Joakim.lindstrom(at)innebandy.se
Media contact: Mr. Sebastian Nurmi Sebastian.nurmi(at)innebandy.se
Education/Development: Mr. Emil Risberg emil.risberg(at)innebandy.se
ParaFloorball: Mr. Emil Risberg emil.risberg(at)innebandy.se

Participation and results in IFF events

Men‘s WFC:

Women‘s WFC:

Men‘s U19 WFC:

Women‘s U19 WFC:

2018 Registered 2018 A-Division
2016 :2nd2017: Registered 2017: 2nd
2016: 1st
2014: 1st2015: 1st2015: 4th2014: 1st

2012: 1st

2013: 1st

2013: 1st

2012: 3rd

2010: 2nd

2011: 1st

2011: 2nd

2010: 1st

2008: 2nd

2009: 1st

2009: 1st

2008: 2nd

2006: 1st

2007: 1st

2007: 1st

2006: 1st

2004: 1st

2005: 3rd

2005: 1st

2004: 1st

2002: 1st

2003: 1st

2003: 2nd

2000: 1st

2001: 2nd

2001: 1st

1998: 1st

1999: 3rd

1996: 1st

1997: 1st


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

2017Men´s U19 World ChampionshipsVäxjö
2016Champions CupBorås
2015Men´s U19 World Championships Helsingborg
2014Men´s World Floorball ChampionshipsGothenburg

2012

Champions Cup

Umeå

2009

Women´s World Floorball Championships

Västerås

2006

Men´s World Floorball Championships

Helsingborg, Malmö, Stockholm

2001-2002

European Cup Final Round Men/Women

Botkyrka and Solna

2000-2001

European Cup Final Round Men/Women

Gothenburg

1999

Women´s World Floorball Championships

Borlänge

1997

European Cup Final Round Men/Women

Stockholm

1996

European Cup Final Round Men/Women

Stockholm

1996

Men´s World Floorball Championships

Skellefteå, Stockholm, Uppsala

1995

European Cup Final Round Men/Women

Karlstad

1993

European Cup Final Round Men

Stockholm


National championships

Men‘s championships played since: 1982
Women‘s championships played since: 1982
Age groups in boys (U10, U18, etc.):
Age groups in girls:

Men´s National Champions

2015-16: Storvreta IBK
2014-15: Falun
2013-14: Falun
2012-13: Falun
2011-12: Storvreta IBK
2010-11: Storvreta IBK
2009-10: Storvreta IBK
2008-09: AIK IBF
2007-08: Warbergs IC
2006-07: Warbergs IC
2005-06: AIK
2004-05: Warbergs IC 85
2003-04: Balrog IK
2002-03: Pixbo Wallenstam IBK
2001-02: Pixbo Wallenstam IBK
2000-01: Haninge IBK
1999-00: Haninge IBK
1998-99: Haninge IBK
1997-98: Warbergs IC 85
1996-97: Fornudden IB
1995-96: Balrog IK
1994-95: Kista IBK
1993-94: Fornudden IB
1992-93: Balrog IK
1991-92: IBK Lockerud
1990-91: IBK Lockerud
1989-90: IBK Lockerud
1988-89: Kolarbyn/Fagersta IF
1987-88: IBK Lockerud
1986-87: IBK Lockerud
1985-86: Norrstrands IBK
1984-85: Kolarbyns IBS
1983-84: Tomasgårdens IF
1982-83: Kolarbyns IBS

Women´s National Champions

2015-16: Pixbo Wallenstam
2014-15: KAIS Mora
2013-14: Djurgårdens IF
2012-13: Rönnby IBK
2011-12: IKSU
2010-11: Djurgårdens IF
2009-10: Rönnby IBK
2008-09: Balrog B/S IK
2007-08: IKSU
2006-07: Rönnby IBK
2005-06: IKSU
2004-05: IKSU
2003-04: Örnsköldsviks SK
2002-03: Balrog IK
2001-02: Balrog IK
2000-01: Balrog IK
1999-00: Balrog IK
1998-99: Högdalens AIS
1997-98: Högdalens AIS
1996-97: Högdalens AIS
1995-96: Högdalens AIS
1994-95: VK Rasket
1993-94: Sjöstad IF
1992-93: VK Rasket
1991-92: VK Rasket
1990-91: IBK Lockerud
1989-90: VK Rasket
1988-89: VK Rasket
1987-88: IBK Lockerud
1986-87: IBK Lockerud
1985-86: Kristinebergs AIS
1984-85: Västanfors IF
1983-84: Fagersta IF
1982-83: Västanfors IF

Men‘s player of the season:

Women‘s player of the season:
2014-15: Robin Nilsberth2014-15: Anna Jakobsson
2013-14: Rasmus Enström2013-14: Anna Wijk
2012-13: Johan Samuelsson 2012-13: Emelie Lindström
2011-12: Rasmus Enström 2011-12: Emelie Lindström
2010-11: Mika Kohonen 2010-11: Hanna Pettersson
2009-10: Rickie Hyvärinen 2009-10: Sara Kristoffersson
2008-09: Fredrik Djurling 2008-09: Emelie Lindström
2007-08: Magnus Svensson 2007-08: Emelie Lindström
2006-07: Mathias Larsson 2006-07: Hermine Dahlerus
2005-06: Anders Hellgård 2005-06: Karolina Widar
2004-05: Peter Fischerström 2004-05: Karolina Widar
2003-04: Johan Anderson 2003-04: Johanna Ekeroth
2002-03: Anders Hellgård 2002-03: Camilla Granelid
2001-02: Johannes Gustafsson 2001-02: Hermine Dahlerus
2000-01: Mika Kohonen 2000-01: Sandra Persson
1997-98: Niklas Jihde 1997-98: Johanna Ekeroth
1996-97: Stefan Mattsson 1996-97: Carina Rosell
1995-96: Mikael Ekelund 1995-96: Pernilla Gunnskog
1994-95: Stefan Mattsson 1994-95: Helena Lindberg
1993-94: Keijo Pollari 1993-94: Lena Schjölin
1992-93: Conny Svensson 1992-93: Åsa Karlsson
1991-92: Klas Karlsson 1991-92: Lena Svensson
1990-91: Peter Ahnberg 1990-91: Susanne Pettersson
1989-90: Christer Wettéus 1989-90: Ann-Mari Karppinen
1988-89: Esa Karjalainen 1988-89: Karin Forsberg
1987-88: Christer Olsson 1987-88: Laila Mörk
1986-87: Jens Pettersson 1986-87: Sari Karjalainen

Information about the nation

Population: 9 366 092 est. 2012
Capital: Stockholm
Language: Swedish
Currency: Swedish krona

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