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2019 FIB WORLD CUP WOMEN

Ale, Sweden, 25-28 October



Västerås SK won this World Cup tournament. The team beat Skutskärs IF in the final 5-0.

Unfortunately we don’t have the complete statistics from this World Cup tournament but are working to get it as soon as possible.

2018 FIB WORLD CUP WOMEN

Ale, Sweden, 26-28 October



Record, Irkutsk, Russia won the tournament by beatingn Västerås SK in the final game 4-2.

Unfortunately the results documentation is not complete from this tournament. We are working on getting hold of the complete documentation of the matches.

2017 FIB WORLD CUP WOMEN

27-29 October



Kareby won the World Cup title this year after a victory in the final against Russian team Record 4-3.

Unfortunately the results documentation is not complete from the Women’s World Cup 2017. We are working on getting hold of the complete documentation of the matches.

2023 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN

Åby, Växjö, Sweden, 29 March-2 April


   


Sunday, 2 April, was the final day of the Womens World Championships. Sweden won a big victory against Finland 15-0! It was a very good Swedish team and the gold medals are well deserved. Early this morning USA won the bronze medals after a victory against Netherlands 4-0. 

Bronze opponents but still bandy friends – USA and Netherlands!

Photos from the tournament: Swedish Bandy Federation


BEST PLAYERS IN THE TOURNAMENT

GOAL KEEPER
Emilia Piekkari, Finland
DEFENDERS
Mikayla Rogers, USA
Viktoria Karlsson, Sweden
MIDFIELDER
Ida Friman, Sweden
FORWARD
Tilda Ström, Sweden
BEST GOAL SCORER
Tilda Ström, Sweden 11 goals
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
Ida Friman, Sweden


THIS IS ÅBY, VÄXJÖ

Växjö is a town in southern Småland as well as a residential town for Kronoberg County. Åby, where the indoor arena is situated, is a small village with only 500 inhabitants. Växjö received city rights in year 1342.

The Växjö countryside has had a resident population at least since the younger Stone Age 4100-1700 BC. The fact that roads from five different directions radiated together at the northern tip of Växjö Lake has been crucial to the development of Växjö in this location. 

93 020 people live in the city of Växjö and 500 in little Åby.

The “Eriksson Arena” was built in 2019.

2023 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN B

Åby, Växjö, Sweden, March 24-27


   


Hungary won a dramatic final game in the World Championship Group B on Monday night, March 27. Germany took the lead in the 30th minute of the match and the longer the match went on, the more certain everyone present was that the team would also be victorious. But Germany lost the rhythm during the last part of the match and Hungary could get into several attacks. But it took until the match was played in extra time before Hungary managed to equalize and then we just waited for extra time. However, it was not needed as Hungary also managed to make it 2-1 when the match was in its fourth overtime minute. No wonder the jubilation in the Hungarian camp knew no bounds whatsoever.

Happy Hungary after the victory in Group B!

The goals in the final:
1-0 (30) Michael Dunaev, assist David Kall
1-1 (61) Dennis Pacsay
1-2 (64) Dennis Pacsay, assist Jesper Nagy


MOST SUCCESSFUL TEAMS IN GROUP B AFTER THIS TOURNAMENT

2023 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN A

Åby, Växjö, Sweden, 28 March-2 April



SWEDEN WORLD CHAMPION 2023

Photos from the tournament: Swedish Bandy Federation


Sweden won the World Championship title for men in the final against Finland. The Swedish team won 3-1 efter the same numbers in hal time. The match had a very high pace in the first half as both teams offered world class bandy. The second half was not as dramatic, where Sweden managed to keep the lead for the rest of the match with a great ball possession.

The goals in the final:
1-0 (27) Martin Landström, assist Martin Karlsson
1-1 (36) Teemu Määttä, assist Emil Fedorov
2-1 (42) Joel Broberg
3-1 (44) Christoffer Edlund, assist Christoffer Fagerström


SILVER TO FINLAND!


…AND IT WAS 30 YEARS AGO FOR NORWAY!

It is actually 30 years since Norway last won the bronze medals in the World Championships. In 1993, the tournament was decided on home ground in the Vikingskippet (Viking ship) in Hamar and Norway won bronze after Sweden who took gold and Russia who won silver. Finland came fourth that year.

Norway won the bronze medals today after a safe victory against Kazakhstan with 5-1 after 3-1 at half-time. Nikolai Rustad Jensen became Norway’s great hero with 4 of the Norwegian goals.


BEST PLAYERS IN THE TOURNAMENT

Goal keeper
Kimmo Kyllönen, Finland
Defender
Linus Pettersson, Sweden
Midfielder
Martin Landström, Sweden
Forward
Erik Pettersson, Sweden
Best goal scorer
Christoffer Edlund, Sweden 12 goals
Most Valuable Player
Martin Landström, Sweden

2022 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN

Åby, Växjö, Sweden, March 23-27


   

This championship was moved forward for various reasons, including the corona pandemic, and was actually supposed to be played in Stockholm. It was the eleventh World Championship for women’s national teams and the first to be held indoors.


Sweden and the Netherlands were winners. Sweden defended the World Championship title. The team beat Norway in the final game 12-0 after 6-0 at half time. This was the first time that Norway played a World Championship final. Russia did not participate due to the ongoing war in Ukraine. That had a big impact on the tournament results of the tournament course. In Group B there were two debuting nations, the Netherlands and Great Britain. The Netherlands won Group B after a very welldone tournament. Netherlands won 4 out of 5 matches. The only loss was against Great Britain in the Round Robin. But the team got real revenge in the group final when it won in overtime and Golden Goal. Happy goal scorer was Meinke Gommans.


Sweden – World Champion 2022

The Netherlands – Winner Group B

2020 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN

Oslo, Norway, 19-21 February



The World Championship 2020 for women was held in Oslo, the capital of Norway. It became a tournament that was very visible because many activities were held in central Oslo with a large audience. Sweden defended it’s gold from the last tournament and became world champion again. Russia won the silver medals.

Photo: Romus Ramström

Photo: Torstein Vegheim

Sweden won the final of the Women’s World Championship in Oslo Saturday, February 22. Sweden won the final game 3 goals to 1 after 1-0 at halftime. Sweden has won nine of the ten championships that have been played since its inception in 2004.  Russia won the gold in 2014.

Russia now had to settle for the silver medal in this tournament. Norway took the bronze by a 6-1 victory against Finland in the match for the third prize.

The goal scorers in the gold final:
1-0 (7) Matilda Plan, assist Emma Ahlander
2-0 (47) Matilda Plan, assist Malin Persson
2-1 (56) Diana Lipanova
3-1 (66) Emma Ahlander, penalty stroke

RUSSIA SILVER MEDAL

Photo: Torstein Vegheim

BEST PLAYERS OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Matilda Plan, Västerås SK and Team Sweden

Goalkeeper
Sara Carlström, Sweden
Defender
Malin Kuul, Sweden
Midfielder      
Galina Mikhailova, Russia
Forward
Tilda Ström, Sweden
Goal scorer
Matilda Plan and Tilda Ström, Sweden 8 goals each
Most valuable player
Matilda Plan, Sweden


BEST FAIR PLAY TEAM –  Japan



Photo: Romus Ramström


On Tuesday evening the opening ceremony was performed and after that the Mayor of Oslo had invited many guests to a reception in Oslo City Hall. The Championship ends with a Banquette for participants and organizers at Thon Hotel Storo. (Photo: Frank Nordseth)

2020 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Irkutsk, Russia, 1-6 March



The tournament for Group A was cancelled due to the Covid19 pandemic. Group B was played as planned a few weeks earlier, March 1-6 in Irkutsk, Russia.


HUNGARY WON THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP B!

Push flag to see the winning lineup!

Hungary beat Ukraine in the final game 4-1 after 1-1 in half time! Hungary then got qualified for World Championship Group A in Syktyvkar, Russia, 2022. Slovakia on place 3 and Mongolia on place 4 after Slovakia victory 3-2!


REFEREES AND FIB OFFICIALS ARE WELCOMED TO THEIR IRKUTSK HOTEL IN A RUSSIAN WAY…


Happy Hungarians after the final victory!


2,354 spectators on site during the final – Watch here!


THE BEST PLAYERS IN THE TOURNAMENT

Goal keeper
Andrei Tsyplakov, Ukraine

Defender
André Berglönn, Hungary

Midfielder
Dmitry Tsymbal, Ukraine

Forward
Dennis Pacsay, Hungary

Goal scorer
Linus Schellin, Hungary


ALL STAR TEAM

Goal keeper – Andrey Tsyplakov, Ukraine

Defenders – André Berglönn, Hungary, Oliver Šanko, Slovakia and
Andras Kordisz, Hungary

Midfielders – Dmitry Tsymbal, Ukraine, Tamir Ganbold, Mongolia, 
Ludwig von Polgar, Hungary and Daniel Laszlo, Bata, Hungary

Forwards – Linus Shellin, Hungary, Dennis Pacsay, Hungary and 
Mikhail Alexandrov, Ukraine


2019 FIB WORLD CUP MEN

Sandviken, Sweden, 9-13 October


 


The 2019 edition of the World Cup men was the biggest ever. The tournament was divided into 5 groups with 4 teams in each group. In total 20 teams. It has previously been tradition with 16 teams. That’s why this tournament became the longest and the biggest in the World Cup history.

Photo: Romus Ramström

Bollnäs GIF won that historic tournament and beat SKA Neftyanik in the final 5-2 after 2-0 at half time.

Bollnäs was strong already in the Round Robin games and won all three games. Bollnäs beat Edsbyns IF 7-2, Åby/Tjureda 6-1 and Uralsky.

THE FINAL GAME
Bollnäs-SKA Neftyanik 5-2 (2-0)
Goal scorers Bollnäs: Christian Mickelsson 4, Samuli Helavuori
Scorer SKA Neftyanik: Artem Bondarenko 2

Christoffer Fagerström and Kasper Milerud celebrates the World Cup win. Photo: Romus Ramström

Photos: Romus Ramström