2002 Men's World Floorball Championships

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2002 Men's World Floorball Championships
A-Division
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Official Logo of the 2002 Men's World Floorball Championships
Tournament details
Host country  FIN
Dates 18 May25 May
Teams 8
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  Sweden
Tournament statistics
Matches played 24
Goals scored 227 (9.46 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Sweden Johan Andersson (18 Points)
MVP Sweden Johan Andersson
Infobox last updated on: 18:33, 11 June 2008 (UTC).

The 2002 Men's World Floorball Championships were the fourth world championships in men's floorball. It was held from 18 May 2002 to 25 May 2002 in Finland. Sweden won the tournament for a fourth time after defeating Finland in the final.

Championship results[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
 Sweden 3 3 0 0 46 3 6
 Norway 3 2 0 1 13 17 4
 Denmark 3 1 0 2 8 20 2
 Germany 3 0 0 3 4 31 0
18 May 2002
Sweden  15–2  Denmark
Henrik Quist 15.31
Jonathan Kronstrand 25.23
Niklas Jihde 28.57
Johannes Gustafsson 29.14
Henrik Quist 35.05
Peder Bodén 36.59
Mathias Larsson 37.20
Johan Andersson 39.17
Johan Andersson 41.56
Mathias Larsson 42.36
Adam Grane 45.03
Anders Hellgård 46.17
Mattias Axelsson 48.42
Johan Andersson 53.59
Adam Grane 59.31
Kim Olesen 15.08
Ronnie Graugaard 42.21
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
19 May 2002
Denmark  5–0  Germany
Kim Olesen 00.54
Kennet Bork 28.22
Kennet Bork 38.15
Jesper Petersen 42.13
Tim Jaltoft 54.27
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
 
Norway  0–13  Sweden
Johan Andersson 01.52
Niklas Jihde 15.28
Johannes Gustafsson 19.32
Daniel Calebsson 19.58
Niklas Jihde 24.16
Anders Hellgård 27.22
Johan Andersson 29.27
Martin Olofsson 41.15
Martin Olofsson 41.34
Henrik Quist 44.21
Martin Olofsson 45.06
Henrik Quist 49.50
Niklas Jihde 57.07
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
20 May 2002
Norway  5–1  Denmark
Willy Fauskanger 14.42
Lars Erik Sikkeland 37.33
Ketil Kronberg 43.55
Andreas Sletten 47.54
Raymond Evensen 58.14
Kennet Bork 11.36
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
 
Sweden  18–1  Germany
Henrik Lorendahl 10.13
Johannes Gustafsson 10.48
Johan Andersson 14.36
Johan Andersson 24.49
Joakim Lindström 27.17
Jonathan Kronstrand 33.21
Henrik Lorendahl 35.56
Johannes Gustafsson 36.45
Adam Grane 37.16
Henrik Lorendahl 38.12
Johan Andersson 39.19
Henrik Lorendahl 41.15
Joakim Lindström 42.00
Johan Andersson 46.16
Jonathan Kronstrand 51.20
Anders Hellgård 54.37
Joakim Bäckström 57.41
Peter Fischerström 59.48
Kristian Holtz 29.26
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
21 May 2002
Norway  8–3  Germany
Andreas Sletten 01.47
Stian Martinsen 17.16
Stian Martinsen 22.41
Stian Martinsen 24.50
Raymond Evensen 41.38
Raymond Evensen 49.55
Thomas Solheim 51.20
Andreas Sletten 51.32
Kristian Holtz 04.05
Andreas Kasche 21.56
Fredrik Hartwig 48.18
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

Group B[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
 Finland 3 2 0 1 19 5 4
 Czech Republic 3 2 0 1 14 10 4
 Switzerland 3 2 0 1 16 12 4
 Latvia 3 0 0 3 5 27 0
18 May 2002
Finland  4–1  Switzerland
Sami Kuronen 16.36
Jaakko Hintikka 20.47
Mikael Järvi 35.51
Juho Seppälä 41.48
Adrian Capatt 57.31
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
19 May 2002
Finland  3–4  Czech Republic
Sami Kuronen 28.08
Mikael Järvi 47.00
Janne Tähkä 59.33
Michal Rohel 29.58
Petr Kozusnik 34.45
Jiri Jandácek 35.29
Ales Zálesný 45.58
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
 
Switzerland  9–4  Latvia
Matthias Hofbauer 08.48
Daniel Telli 09.50
Michael Flury 14.38
Stefan Lüthi 20.28
Adrian Capatt 45.07
Samuel Dunkel 45.44
Adrian Capatt 50.50
Patrick Bachmann 57.02
Daniel Telli 57.26
Andrejs Cvetkovs 07.07
Kristians Lisovskis 14.06
Kristians Lisovskis 15.44
Artis Malkavs 32.25
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
20 May 2002
Switzerland  6–4  Czech Republic
Daniel Telli 17.00
Adrian Capatt 19.26
Stefan Lüthi 25.33
Rolf Kern 27.16
Matthias Hofbauer 42.46
Stefan Lüthi 58.03
Tomás Trnavsky 19.53
Ales Jakubek 35.17
Radim Cepek 58.08
Radim Cepek 58.27
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
 
Latvia  0–12  Finland
Janne Tähkä 06.38
Teppo Rantala 11.04
Tero Karppanen 11.28
Jussi Järvinen 21.21
Hannes Öhman 28.32
Tero Tiitu 32.23
Jaakko Hintikka 35.58
Hannes Öhman 37.47
Jari-Pekka Lehtonen 43.08
Tero Karppanen 43.41
Jori Isomäki 48.27
Tero Karppanen 53.25
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
21 May 2002
Czech Republic  6–1  Latvia
Radek Sikora 13.46
Petr Kozusnik 20.43
Radim Cepek 31.55
Radim Cepek 43.02
Pavel Kozusnik 54.58
Michal Rohel 59.46
Kristians Lisovskis 35.33
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
A1  Sweden 16
B4  Latvia 0
A1  Sweden 7
B2  Czech Republic 1
A3  Denmark 4
B2  Czech Republic 5
A1  Sweden 6
B1  Finland 4
B1  Finland 7
A4  Germany 1
B1  Finland 5
B3  Switzerland 1
A2  Norway 2
B3  Switzerland 3

Quarter-Finals[edit]

22 May 2002
Finland  7–1  Germany
Jori Isomäki 07.00
Teppo Rantala 12.16
Pasi Kotilainen 19.59
Juho Seppälä 38.09
Jaakko Hintikka 43.33
Teppo Rantala 51.50
Juho Seppälä 56.43
Kristian Holtz 58.42
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
 
Switzerland  3–2  Norway
Daniel Aeschimann 03.51
Daniel Aeschimann 08.09
Daniel Aeschimann 45.33
Lars Erik Sikkeland 09.05
Geir Nordseth 59.54
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
23 May 2002
Sweden  16–0  Latvia
Henrik Quist 00.33
Niklas Jihde 02.57
Martin Olofsson 03.13
Peder Bodén 08.14
Mathias Larsson 10.40
Johan Andersson 11.24
Henrik Quist 12.41
Per Svensson 16.30
Johan Davidsson 18.46
Johan Andersson 21.11
Henrik Lorendahl 26.42
Niklas Jihde 27.43
Johannes Gustafsson 32.59
Niklas Jihde 38.57
Mattias Axelsson 45.02
Johannes Gustafsson 59.07
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
 
Denmark  4–5  Czech Republic
Ronnie Graugaard 34.48
Ronnie Graugaard 48.50
Kennet Bork 57.43
Joakim Larsen 59.51
Ales Zálesný 20.37
Jiri Jandácek 33.05
Radim Cepek 43.45
Michal Rohel 54.33
Pavel Kozusnik 67.17
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

Semi-Finals[edit]

24 May 2002
Sweden  7–1  Czech Republic
Henrik Lorendahl 06.59
Johan Andersson 09.55
Mattias Axelsson 19.00
Johan Andersson 35.44
Anders Hellgård 45.39
Jonathan Kronstrand 50.03
Niklas Jihde 56.51
Radim Cepek 53.43
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
 
Finland  5–1  Switzerland
Tero Karppanen 11.30
Mikael Järvi 17.02
Tero Karppanen 24.16
Jaakko Hintikka 27.22
Jaakko Hintikka 54.32
Daniel Telli 06.43
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

Bronze Medal Match[edit]

25 May 2002
Czech Republic  3–4  Switzerland
Tomás Trnavsky 35.33
Tomás Trnavsky 43.23
Daniel Folta 56.03
Adrian Capatt 26.10
Daniel Aeschimann 26.41
Thomas Engel 29.12
Stefan Lüthi 63.19
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

Championship Match[edit]

25 May 2002
Sweden  6–4  Finland
Mathias Larsson 10.50
Johan Andersson 15.07
Niklas Jihde 27.02
Martin Olofsson 51.06
Martin Olofsson 59.42
Martin Olofsson 59.59
Mikael Järvi 04.06
Janne Tähkä 23.27
Mikael Järvi 49.10
Jaakko Hintikka 59.51
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

Placement Round[edit]

5th–8th Place Matches[edit]

23 May 2002
Norway  8–2  Germany
Frank Kristoffersen 03.54
Erik Rasmussen 05.31
Per Kristian Fladset 08.51
Geir Vidar Pedersen 10.22
Lars Erik Sikkeland 27.33
Per Kristian Fladset 40.56
Raymond Evensen 42.35
Ketil Kronberg 47.03
Kristian Holtz 00.39
Robert Blanke 19.36
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki
24 May 2002
Latvia  1–4  Denmark
Kristians Lisovskis 36.53 Ronnie Graugaard 18.17
Jesper Petersen 26.12
Jesper Petersen 34.48
Kim Olesen 58.50
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

7th Place Match[edit]

25 May 2002
Germany  5–6  Latvia
Dirk Winkler 14.04
Dirk Winkler 16.45
Robert Blanke 45.27
Robert Müller 52.26
Kristian Holtz 55.43
Kristians Lisovskis 04.33
Janis Alps 09.55
Andrejs Cvetkovs 22.46
Dailis Skudritis 23.34
Kristians Lisovskis 32.29
Martins Jarohovics 66.43
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

5th Place Match[edit]

24 May 2002
Norway  6–1  Denmark
Glen Evensen 11.55
Glen Evensen 14.09
Glen Evensen 17.27
Willy Fauskanger 20.13
Lars Erik Sikkeland 47.14
Willy Fauskanger 54.24
Kim Olesen 39.27
Hartwall Areena, Helsinki

Leading scorers[edit]

Player GP G A PTS PIM
Sweden Johan Andersson 6 14 4 18 0
Sweden Martin Olofsson 6 7 9 16 0
Sweden Niklas Jihde 5 9 5 14 0
Finland Jaakko Hintikka 6 6 5 11 0
Sweden Johannes Gustafsson 6 6 5 11 0
Sweden Henrik Quist 5 6 5 11 2
Czech Republic Radim Cepek 6 6 5 11 2
Sweden Jonathan Kronstrand 6 4 6 10 0
Sweden Anders Hellgård 6 4 6 10 0
Finland Juho Seppälä 6 3 6 9 2

Ranking & Statistics[edit]

 
 2002 Men's World Floorball Championship Winners 

Sweden
4th World title

Awards & All-Star Team[edit]

Official 2002 A-Division Rankings according to the IFF

Rk. Team
1  Sweden

|| Finland

|| Switzerland

4.  Czech Republic
5.  Norway
6.  Denmark
7.  Latvia
8.  Germany

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2000 World Championships
Floorball World Championships
2002
Succeeded by
2004 World Championships
Preceded by
Jordal Amfi
Oslo
2000
Finals Venue
Hartwall Areena
Helsinki

2002
Succeeded by
Eishalle Schluefweg
Zürich
2004