2007 Czech Open

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2007 Fortuna Czech Open
Male Elite Division
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Official Logo of the 2007 Czech Open
Tournament details
Host country {{country data  Czech Republic|flag/core|name= Czech Republic|variant= |size=}}
Dates 16 August – August 19
Teams 16 (From 6 Countries)
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Finland SSV Helsinki (1st Title)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 45
Goals scored 265 (5.89 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Finland Jani Kukkola (12 Points)
Finland Santtu Manner (12 Points)
MVP Finland Tero Tiitu (SSV Helsinki)
Infobox last updated on: 18:31, 11 June 2008 (UTC).

The 2007 Czech Open was the fifteenth edition of the International Floorball tournament. It was held from August 16th to 19th in Prague, Czech Republic. It was won by SalibandySeura Viikingit (SSV Helsinki), ending a 6-year 'streak' where a Swedish team has won the tournament. No bronze medal match or placement matches were played.

Tournament Results[edit]

Round Robin[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK 3 3 0 0 13 3 6
Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav    3 2 0 1 8 6 4
Finland Tapanilan Erä 3 1 0 2 7 6 2
Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno 3 0 0 3 4 17 0
16 August 2007
Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav 4–2 Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno
Vinohrady, Prague
 
Finland Tapanilan Erä 1–2 Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK 7–1 Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Finland Tapanilan Erä 0–3 Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav
Sparta Arena, Prague
17 August 2007
Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK 4–1 Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno 1–6 Finland Tapanilan Erä
Vinohrady, Prague

Group B[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Czech Republic SSK Future 3 2 1 0 7 3 5
Finland SSV Helsinki 3 2 0 1 11 5 4
Czech Republic FBC Pepino Ostrava    3 1 1 1 6 9 3
Russia Nizhegorodets 3 0 0 3 3 10 0
16 August 2007
Czech Republic FBC Pepino Ostrava 2–1 Russia Nizhegorodets
Vinohrady, Prague
 
Finland SSV Helsinki 0–2 Czech Republic SSK Future
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic SSK Future 2–2 Czech Republic FBC Pepino Ostrava
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Russia Nizhegorodets 1–5 Finland SSV Helsinki
Sparta Arena, Prague
17 August 2007
Finland SSV Helsinki 6–2 Czech Republic FBC Pepino Ostrava
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Russia Nizhegorodets 1–3 Czech Republic SSK Future
Vinohrady, Prague

Group C[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Sweden IBK Dalen 3 2 1 0 22 6 5
Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice    3 1 2 0 7 5 4
Czech Republic SC SSK Vítkovice 3 1 1 1 9 8 3
Finland FBT Karhut 3 0 0 3 4 23 0
16 August 2007
Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice 3–1 Finland FBT Karhut
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic SC SSK Vítkovice 2–5 Sweden IBK Dalen
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Sweden IBK Dalen 3–3 Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Finland FBT Karhut 2–6 Czech Republic SC SSK Vítkovice
Vinohrady, Prague
17 August 2007
Sweden IBK Dalen 14–1 Finland FBT Karhut
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic SC SSK Vítkovice 1–1 Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice
Vinohrady, Prague

Group D[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 3 1 2 0 10 6 4
Latvia CelTik/Lekrings 3 2 0 1 5 7 4
Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov    3 1 1 1 10 7 3
Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov 3 0 1 2 5 10 1
16 August 2007
Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 2–2 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Latvia CelTik/Lekrings 2–1 Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov 3–3 Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Latvia CelTik/Lekrings 2–1 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov
Vinohrady, Prague
17 August 2007
Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 5–1 Latvia CelTik/Lekrings
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov 2–6 Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov
Vinohrady, Prague

Seeding Matches[edit]

Group E[edit]

The top two teams from both group A and B are placed into a group where 3 of the 4 teams will qualify to the quarterfinals. Each team plays 2 games at this stage against their other 2 opponents, as they have already played against one of them. The score and points from the other previous games are then carried over and accounted for in group standings. The top 3 teams advance to the quarterfinals, and the 4th team is eliminated from the tournament.

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Czech Republic SSK Future 3 3 0 0 8 2 6
Finland SSV Helsinki 3 1 1 1 9 7 3
Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK 3 1 1 1 10 10 3
Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav    3 0 0 3 2 10 0
17 August 2007
Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK 4–4 Finland SSV Helsinki
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic SSK Future 1–0 Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK 2–5 Czech Republic SSK Future
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav 1–5 Finland SSV Helsinki
Sparta Arena, Prague

Group F[edit]

The top two teams from both group C and D are placed into a group where 3 of the 4 teams will qualify to the quarterfinals. Each team plays 2 games at this stage against their other 2 opponents, as they have already played against one of them. The score and points from the other previous games are then carried over and accounted for in group standings. The top 3 teams advance to the quarterfinals, and the 4th team is eliminated from the tournament.

Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 3 2 1 0 12 7 5
Sweden IBK Dalen 3 1 2 0 10 6 4
Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice    3 1 1 1 10 8 3
Latvia CelTik/Lekrings 3 0 0 3 2 13 0
17 August 2007
Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 4–3 Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Sweden IBK Dalen 4–0 Latvia CelTik/Lekrings
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice 4–1 Latvia CelTik/Lekrings
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Sweden IBK Dalen 3–3 Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen
Sparta Arena, Prague

Group G[edit]

Teams in this group are placed into brackets using the A3-B4 and B3-A4 method. The team that wins the group is then placed into the quarterfinal brackets. 3 of the 4 teams are eliminated from the tournament.

Semifinals Finals
           
A3 Finland Tapanilan Erä 7
B4 Russia Nizhegorodets 1
A3 Finland Tapanilan Erä 5
A4 Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno 4
B3 Czech Republic FBC Pepino Ostrava 3
A4 Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno 5
17 August 2007
Finland Tapanilan Erä 7–1 Russia Nizhegorodets
Vinohrady, Prague
 
Czech Republic FBC Pepino Ostrava 3–5 Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno
Vinohrady, Prague
 
Finland Tapanilan Erä 5–4 Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno
Vinohrady, Prague

Group H[edit]

Teams in this group are placed into brackets using the C3-D4 and C3-D4 method. The team that wins the group is then placed into the quarterfinal brackets. 3 of the 4 teams are eliminated from the tournament.

Semifinals Finals
           
C3 Czech Republic SC SSK Vítkovice 0
D4 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov 2
D4 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov 2
D3 Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov 1
D3 Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov 5
C4 Finland FBT Karhut 3
17 August 2007
Czech Republic SC SSK Vítkovice 0–2 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov
Vinohrady, Prague
 
Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov 5–3 Finland FBT Karhut
Vinohrady, Prague
 
Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov 2–1 Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov
Vinohrady, Prague

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
E1 Czech Republic SSK Future 2
G1 Finland Tapanilan Erä 3
G1 Finland Tapanilan Erä 5
F2 Sweden IBK Dalen 8
F2 Sweden IBK Dalen 3
E3 Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK 0
F2 Sweden IBK Dalen 0
E2 Finland SSV Helsinki 3
E2 Finland SSV Helsinki 9
F3 Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice 3
E2 Finland SSV Helsinki 5
F1 Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 3
F1 Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 6
H1 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov 2

Quarterfinals[edit]

18 August 2007
Czech Republic SSK Future 2–3 Finland Tapanilan Erä
T-Mobile Arena, Prague
 
Sweden IBK Dalen 3–0 Sweden Pixbo Wallenstam IBK
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Finland SSV Helsinki 9–3 Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice
Sparta Arena, Prague
 
Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen 6–2 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov
T-Mobile Arena, Prague

Semi-Finals[edit]

18 August 2007
Finland Tapanilan Erä 5–8 Sweden IBK Dalen
T-Mobile Arena, Prague
 
Finland SSV Helsinki 5–3 Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersigen
T-Mobile Arena, Prague

Championship Match[edit]

19 August 2007
Sweden IBK Dalen 0–3 Finland SSV Helsinki
T-Mobile Arena, Prague

Statistics[edit]

Leading Scorers[edit]

Player G A PTS Team
Finland Jani Kukkola 8 4 12 SSV Helsinki
Finland Santtu Manner 8 4 12 SSV Helsinki
Finland Tero Tiitu 5 5 10 SSV Helsinki
Sweden Ketil Kronberg 4 6 10 IBK Dalen
Finland Mikael Järvi 3 7 10 SSV Helsinki
Sweden Christoph Hofbauer 5 4 9 IBK Dalen
Sweden Fredric Westling 5 4 9 IBK Dalen
Czech Republic Michal Jedlička 5 3 8 Tatran Střešovice
Sweden Peter Runnestig 4 4 8 Pixbo Wallenstam IBK
Finland Juha Kivilehto 2 6 8 SSV Helsinki

Standings[edit]

Rk. Team
Gold medal icon.svg Finland SSV Helsinki
Silver medal icon.svg Sweden IBK Dalen
3–4 Switzerland SV Wiler-Ersingen
3–4 Finland Tapanilan Erä
5–8 Czech Republic SSK Future
5–8 Czech Republic Pixbo Wallenstam IBK
5–8 Czech Republic Tatran Střešovice
5–8 Czech Republic TJ JM Chodov
9–16 Czech Republic FBK Sokol Mladá Boleslav
9–16 Latvia CelTik/Lekrings
9–16 Czech Republic Bulldogs Brno
9–16 Russia Nizhegorodets
9–16 Czech Republic FBC Pepino Ostrava
9–16 Czech Republic Torpedo Pegres Havířov
9–16 Czech Republic SC SSK Vítkovice
9–16 Finland FBT Karhut



Preceded by
   2006 Czech Open   
Fortuna Czech Open
2007
Succeeded by
   2008 Czech Open   


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