FIB 2023 WORLD CUP GIRLS 17 CLUB TEAMS
This World Cup tournament for club teams was played Friday-Sunday, November 3-5 in Vetlanda, Sweden in Hydro Indoor Arena. Organizers were the Swedish Bandy Association and Skirö AIK.
Photographers during the tournament Stewe Jansson, Stephane Fridh and Kristin Hugosson
IFK Vänersborg-Ready Jenter 2-1 (0-0)
WORLD CUP CHAMPIONS – IFK VÄNERSBORG
Freja Staf, Nellie Ottosson, Stina Holmberg Larsson, Smilla Svan, Elly Lundevall, Filippa Bogfors, Mathilda Frändberg, Tora Skagerlund, Ingrid Löwhagen, Wilma Larsson, Havanna Alm Fäldt, Tilde Ekvall, Vilma Roosberg, Hanna Hendén and Felicia Kullberg.
Head coaches Amanda Bäverhag and Martin Frändberg. Assistant coach Klara Ahlstedt, Material manager Andreas Lundevall and Physiotherapist Tomas Staf.
SILVER MEDALIST – READY JENTER
Juliane Kortvedt, Ellen Ornum, Lucy Ulseth, Kaja Vedal, Mina Strand Vedal, Esther Nilssen, Hannah Thim-Nordby, Eira Tonne, Rakel Bryhni, Linnea Mouhleb, Milla Nilsen, Pernille Schwabe, Anette Indrevold, Marie Dregler, Amalie Sofie Munkered, Victoria Knutsen and Annette Indrevoll.
Head coach Kamilla Thim-Nordby, Assistant coach Dag Erik Nilsen and Team leader Morten Dregler.
BRONZE MEDALIST – VÄSTERÅS SK
Tyra Norling, Astrid Gustavsson, Alva Håkansson, Tyra Norling, Novalie Turesson, Karin Edberg, Ida Svetsnoff, Ebba Martinsson, Elin Palm, Molly Johansson, Hilda Kolsmyr, Emelie Andersson, Alice Niring, Olivia Ryytty Boman, Silja Carlsson, Alice Håkansson, Linn Björk, Ella Hilmarsen and Svea Aspelin.
Head coach Carl-Johan Edberg and Team leader Daniel Kolsmyr.
PLACE 4 – UPPSALA BoIS
Olga Bertilsson Skog, Ellen Aarnio, Ethel Hyllander, Tea Forsberg, Sara Bahamondez, Hanna Olm, Emma Wendt, Hilda Sunnegårdh, Tora Jonsell, Emelie Öhman, Signe Palm, Lea Kaden, Hanna Mandahl, Julia Malm, Wilemina Ahlford and Leah Juhlin and Marike Stäglich.
Head coach Daniel Olm and Assistant coach Saga Ekmyr.
PLACE 5 – SKIRÖ AIK
Loviza Karlsson, Tilde Pettersson, Smilla Thuresson Himsel, Svea Davidsson, Elienne Stålhammar, Ester Eknäs, Emmelinn Stålhammar, Debora Stålhammar, Linn Rydén, Alice Hägglöf, Ebba Lind, Lilly Juhlin Haraldsson, Alma Oskarsson, Meja Ahlgren, Ida Hugosson, Alicia Börjesson and Lisa Hugosson.
Head coach Jörgen Hugosson, Assistant coach Anders Fransson, Material managers Niklas Rydén and Lisa Hugosson.
PLACE 6 – SURTE/KAREBY
Kajsa Johansson, Agnes Thulin, Saga Aastradsen, Henna Strid, Nathalie Adolfsson-Krogh, Maja Tönsgård, Olivia Geft, Tyra Fischer, Lisa Karlsson, Ebba Eriksson, Linn Fischer, Irma Gustafsson, Tyra Lindberg, Amanda Egemalm, Amanda Krebs, Miranda Bache, Klara Fischer and Märta Hilding.
Head coach Stefan Nilsson, Assistant coach Peter Aastradsen, Team leader Daniel Geft and Material manager Mikael Fischer.
PLACE 7 – VILLA LIDKÖPING BK
Elsa Liwell, Nathalie Hjortenhed, Otilia Lundberg, Tyra Starck, Wilma Palmborg, Elena Eid, Ebba Sääv, Hedda Rapp, Gina Scarlini, Greta Labecker, Stella Wisemark, Wilma Engblom, Elsa Carlén, Linnea Tagesson, Nea Werner, Julia Ellhage and Filippa Gustavsson. Team Management: Head coach Linus Palmborg, Assistant coaches Clara Ögren and Christer Carlén.
Head coach Linus Palmborg, Assistant coaches Clara Ögren and Christer Carlén, Team leader Markus Hjortenhed and Material manager Conny Broberg.
PICTURES FROM SATURDAY
PICTURES FROM SUNDAY
The three referees are Hilma Enander, Hannah Pettersson and Jonna Nyman.
HAMMARBY IF WON WORLD CUP GIRLS Y17 LAST TIME
Hammarby IF, Stockholm, won the tournament in 2022 through a big final 7-1 victory against Villa Lidköping BK.
The final goals at that time
1-0 (19) Märta Götselius, ass Klara Sörbom
2-0 (21) Stella Wallin, ass Alva Barvaeus
2-1 (29) Freja Lööf
3-1 (33) Alice Niring, penalty shot
4-1 (41) Stella Wallin, corner shot, ass Malin Ekström
5-1 (42) Stella Wallin
6-1 (46) Stella Wallin
7-1 (55) Stella Wallin
Hammarby IF reigning World Cup Champion
THIS IS VETLANDA
Vetlanda dates back to the 1000s as a market and courthouse. According to the Gothicist Petter Rudebeck, the city had a longer history than that, but under the name Vitala. Modern Vetlanda has its origins in a number of large farms, whose names live on in central Vetlanda. The city charter was celebrated with a big party at Stortorget at the turn of the year 1919/1920. In the mid-1960’s, as in many other small Swedish towns, a “clean-up” began, and some older houses were demolished.
Vetlanda City Hall
Vetlanda is an old “wood industry town”. Today, the city’s business community is dominated by Hydro/Sapa, which has over 1,000 employees, and Elitfönster. In the past, Vetlanda was also known for its match factory (Stickan).
Vetlanda is the home city of Vetlanda BK, Multiple Swedish champions for men and playing in the highest division Elitserien. Skirö AIK, is the women’s team in Vetlanda that also plays in the highest division.
Hydro Arena is Vetlanda’s indoor arena that was inaugurated on September 10, 2011 with bandy match between Vetlanda BK and Hammarby IF
(5-3). The arena has an audience capacity of approximately 2100 people.