2000–01 Men's EuroFloorball Cup Finals

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For the qualifying round of this event, see 2000-01 Men's EuroFloorball Cup Qualifying.
2000–01 Men's European Cup
Finals
Tournament details
Host country {{country data  Sweden|flag/core|name= Sweden|variant= |size=}}
Dates 4 to 8 January 2001
Teams 8 (From 7 Countries)
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Finland Helsingfors IFK (1st Title)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 18
Goals scored 143 (7.94 per match)
Infobox last updated on: 18:07, 23 August 2008 (UTC).

The 2000–01 Men's EuroFloorball Cup Finals took place in Gothenburg, Sweden from 4 to 8 January 2001. Helsingfors IFK won the EuroFloorball Cup after defeating Haninge IBK 2–0.

The tournament was known as the 2000–01 Men's European Cup, but due to name implications, is now known as the 2000–01 Men's EuroFloorball Cup.

Championship Results[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

Conference A[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur    3 2 1 0 23 9 5
Sweden Warberg IC 3 2 0 1 20 6 4
Norway Greåker IBK 3 1 1 1 12 8 3
Germany UH Löwen Leipzig 3 0 0 3 4 36 0
4 January 2001
Germany UH Löwen Leipzig 0–13 Sweden Warberg IC
Gothenburg, Sweden
 
Norway Greåker IBK 3–3 Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur
Gothenburg, Sweden
5 January 2001
Sweden Warberg IC 3–1 Norway Greåker IBK
Gothenburg, Sweden
 
Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur 15–2 Germany UH Löwen Leipzig
Gothenburg, Sweden
6 January 2001
Sweden Warberg IC 4–5 Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur
Gothenburg, Sweden
 
Norway Greåker IBK 8–2 Germany UH Löwen Leipzig
Gothenburg, Sweden

Conference B[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Sweden Haninge IBK 3 3 0 0 21 1 6
Finland Helsingfors IFK    3 2 0 1 15 5 4
Denmark Herlev FC 3 1 0 2 8 12 2
Poland KS Szarotka 3 0 0 3 1 26 0
4 January 2001
Poland KS Szarotka 0–11 Sweden Haninge IBK
Gothenburg, Sweden
 
Denmark Herlev FC 1–5 Finland Helsingfors IFK
Gothenburg, Sweden
5 January 2001
Sweden Haninge IBK 6–1 Denmark Herlev FC
Gothenburg, Sweden
 
Finland Helsingfors IFK 9–0 Poland KS Szarotka
Gothenburg, Sweden
6 January 2001
Sweden Haninge IBK 4–1 Finland Helsingfors IFK
Gothenburg, Sweden
 
Denmark Herlev FC 6–1 Poland KS Szarotka
Gothenburg, Sweden

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals Finals
           
 A1  Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur 1
 B2  Finland Helsingfors IFK 2
 A1  Finland Helsingfors IFK 2
 B1  Sweden Haninge IBK 0
 B1  Sweden Haninge IBK 5
 A2  Sweden Warberg IC 4

Semi-Finals[edit]

7 January 2001
Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur 1–2 Finland Helsingfors IFK
Gothenburg, Sweden
 
Sweden Haninge IBK 5–4 Sweden Warberg IC
Gothenburg, Sweden

Bronze Medal Match[edit]

8 January 2001
Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur 5–6 Sweden Warberg IC
Gothenburg, Sweden

Championship Match[edit]

8 January 2001
Finland Helsingfors IFK 2–0 Sweden Haninge IBK
Gothenburg, Sweden

Placement Round[edit]

7th Place Match[edit]

7 January 2001
Poland KS Szarotka 2–4 Germany UH Löwen Leipzig
Gothenburg, Sweden

5th Place Match[edit]

7 January 2001
Norway Greåker IBK 6–0 Denmark Herlev FC
Gothenburg, Sweden

Standings[edit]

Rk. Team
1st Finland Helsingfors IFK
2nd Sweden Haninge IBK
3rd Sweden Warberg IC
4. Switzerland UHC Rot-Weiss Chur
5. Norway Greåker IBK
6. Denmark Herlev FC
7. Germany UH Löwen Leipzig
8. Poland KS Szarotka

See also[edit]

External links[edit]



Preceded by
   EuroFloorball Cup   
1999
Current:
EuroFloorball Cup

2000–01
Succeeded by
   EuroFloorball Cup   
2001–02