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WFC 2017
domingo, 10 de diciembre de 2017
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Sweden are the World Champions after a thrilling Final against Finland

At the start of the match Sweden pulled ahead, but the Finns didn't give up. After 60 minutes the score was 5-5 and it went to overtime. Despite many scoring chances the winner was still not settled after the extra 10 minutes thus the winner would be decided in a penalty shootout. Sweden won the penalty shootout 2-1 and became the World Champions for the 6th time in a row! 

Match report and post-match interviews here

Results, match reports and more on the official WFC webpage


Switzerland defeat Czech Republic in the even match and win Bronze 

The Czechs took the lead in the Bronze match against Switzerland during the first period and were still in a one-goal lead, with score 2-1, after the second period. Corin Ruttimann became the hero of Switzerland as she first equalised the score and then scored the winning goal via a penalty shot. She actually scored all Switzerland's goals in the match. 

Match report and post-match interviews here.


Emelie Wibron (SWE) WFC 2017 MVP

Sweden´s Emelie Wibron is the ASICS Most Valuable Player of the World Floorball Championships 2017. The ASICS Golden Floorball shoe player is elected by WFC coaches, media representatives, Local Organiser and IFF representatives during the IFF Adults´ WFC.

Previous Asics MVP awards:
2016: Peter Kotilainen (FIN)
2015: Anna Wijk (SWE)
2014: Kim Nilsson (SWE)
2013: Sandra Mattsson (SWE)
2012: Kim Nilsson (SWE)
2011: Sara Kristoffersson (SWE)

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WFC 2017 All Star team

The media representatives of the WFC 2017 have elected the Women´s World Floorball Championships 2017 All Star Team.Two Swedish players, two Finnish players, one Swiss player as well as one Slovakian player were elected to the WFC 2017 All Star Team.

Women’s WFC 2017 All Star Team:
Best goalkeeper: #35 Tiltu Siltanen (FIN)
Best defender: #14 Moa Tschöp (SWE)
Best defender: #80 My Kippilä (FIN)
Best forward: #26 Emelie Wibron (SWE)
Best centre: #21 Corin Rüttimann (SUI)
Best forward: #30 Paulina Hudakova (SVK)



WFC 2017 placements

The placements are set and are as follows:
1. Sweden
2. Finland
3. Switzerland
4. Czech Republic

5. Slovakia
6. Latvia
7. Poland
8. Norway

9. Denmark
10. Germany
11. Estonia
12. USA

13. Thailand
14. Japan
15. Australia
16. Singapore