2008 Women's EuroFloorball Cup Finals

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2008 Women's EuroFloorball Cup
Final Round
Tournament details
Host country   Switzerland
Dates 8 to 12 October 2008
Teams 8 (From 6 Countries)
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 8
Goals scored 87 (10.88 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Sweden Emelie Lindström (9 points)
Infobox last updated on: 00:29, 10 October 2008 (UTC)
Note: 'Matches Played' does not include qualification matches.

The 2008 Women's EuroFloorball Cup Finals took place in Winterthur, Switzerland from 8 to 12 October 2008.

The 2008 EuroFloorball Cup marks the second year in which the new name for the tournament was used (previously known as the European Cup). The tournament also marks its 16th year.

The IFF decided that the tournament will revert to its original format, and will take place during one calendar year, instead of two.

Qualification Format[edit]

Since the top 4 nations at the 2007–08 Women's EuroFloorball Cup were from Switzerland, Sweden, the Czech Republic, and Norway, the top team in that country automatically qualifies, as well as the reigning champion. 5 teams in total receive automatic qualification.

Since 5 of the 8 spots are filled, the other 3 need to be decided using regional qualification. In Group C, the runners-up to the top team in Switzerland, Sweden, the Czech Republic, and Norway play for a spot in the finals. In Groups A and B, the teams are split into regions: West Europe and East Europe, respectively. The winning team in each group advances to the finals, making the total number of teams eight.

To be eligible to take part in the 2008 Women's EuroFloorball Cup, teams that take place in regional qualification must capture the national title in floorball in their country. If that team does not register, then the second-place team can register, and so forth.

Qualifying Venues[edit]

Group A qualifications for Western Europe took place in Frederikshavn, Denmark from 14 to 16 August 2008

Group B qualifications for Eastern Europe took place in Bratislava, Slovakia from 27 to 31 August 2008.

Group C qualifications took place in Helsinki, Finland from 22 to 24 August 2008.

Championship Results[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

Conference A[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA GD PTS
Switzerland UHC Dietlikon 3 3 0 0 29 4 +25 6
Czech Republic Děkanka Tigers    3 2 0 1 20 7 +13 4
Norway Holmlia SK 3 1 0 2 13 24 −11 2
Denmark FC Outlaws 3 0 0 3 10 36 −26 0
8 October 2008
10.00
Denmark FC Outlaws 1:13 Czech Republic Děkanka Tigers Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Karen Vester – 54.32 03.01 – Kristina Jilkova
08.06 – Katerina Motkova
11.57 – Klara Rozumova
12.02 – Kristina Jilkova
14.11 – Kristina Jilkova
21.54 – Dominika Steglova
31.18 – Magdalena Sindelova
37.55 – Magdalena Sindelova
55.23 – Magdalena Sindelova
56.30 – Marina Dostalikova
57.12 – Margarita Kalecka
57.59 – Margarita Kalecka
58.34 – Michaela Dudackova
8 October 2008
19.00
Norway Holmlia SK 1:11 Switzerland UHC Dietlikon Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Lisbeth Pettersen – 28.26 04.13 – Anna Bürgi
04.34 – Simone Berner
05.09 – Martha Dubacher
08.51 – Michelle Wiki
10.24 – Ina Rhöös
11.24 – Marion Rittmeyer
35.05 – Michelle Wiki
44.21 – Nicole Vogt
47.47 – Simone Berner
49.26 – Nicole Vogt
54.27 – Anna Bürgi
9 October 2008
10.00
Norway Holmlia SK 11:8 Denmark FC Outlaws Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Beate Olsen – 08.10
Lina Collberg – 08.26
Ayten Sezgin – 11.00
Lina Collberg – 27.37
Karen Farnes – 29.28
Lina Collberg – 37.26
Agnes Trolte – 42.11
Lina Collberg – 56.50
Lina Collberg – 57.36
Marie Amundsen – 58.11
Elizabeth Landsgard – 59.10
16.42 – Karen Vester
18.13 – Karen Vester
43.23 – Agata Kolesinska
46.13 – Karen Vester
46.46 – Agata Plechan
51.56 – Agata Plechan
58.50 – Tina Jensen
59.17 – Karen Vester
9 October 2008
19.00
Switzerland UHC Dietlikon 5:2 Czech Republic Děkanka Tigers Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Mirca Anderegg – 17.58
Karin Hjelm – 20.55
Daniela Morf – 22.48
Karin Hjelm – 30.37
Natalie Stadelmann – 48.04
12.12 – Magdalena Sindelova
28.49 – Klara Rozumova
10 October 2008
13.00
Czech Republic Děkanka Tigers 5:1 Norway Holmlia SK Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
10 October 2008
19.00
Switzerland UHC Dietlikon 13:1 Denmark FC Outlaws Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen

Conference B[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA GD PTS
Sweden Balrog IK 3 3 0 0 20 7 +13 6
Sweden IKSU Innebandy    3 2 0 1 20 10 +10 4
Finland SC Classic 3 1 0 2 12 12 0 2
Latvia Rubene 3 0 0 3 7 30 −23 0
8 October 2008
13.00
Latvia Rubene 1:9 Finland SC Classic Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Dace Spalva – 20.31 02.32 – Henna Yläsuo
11.22 – Annukka Virnes
12.22 – Janna Ahonen
27.51 – Minna Kallio
33.01 – Nina Rantala
42.48 – Annukka Virnes
45.06 – Hanna Sipiläinen
45.25 – Katri Luomaniemi
51.17 – Irja Lahtinen
8 October 2008
16.00
Sweden Balrog IK 6:2 Sweden IKSU Innebandy Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Hermine Dahlérus – 08.05
Hermine Dahlérus – 11.55
Emelie Lindström – 20.39
Emelie Lindström – 20.59
Emelie Lindström – 32.29
Emelie Lindström – 33.39
43.07 – Elin Rhöös
53.21 – Viktoria Wikström
9 October 2008
13.00
Sweden Balrog IK 8:3 Latvia Rubene Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Hanna Olsson – 11.30
Hanna Olsson – 18.39
Hermine Dahlérus – 27.36
Hanna Olsson – 29.47
Helga Karlsson – 32.42
Emelie Lindström – 43.58
Ann-Sofie Sundholm – 46.22
Sara Berg – 59.51
27.58 – Linda Lice
37.36 – Dace Spalva
50.32 – Edite Bankava
9 October 2008
16.00
Sweden IKSU Innebandy 5:1 Finland SC Classic Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
Martina Söderqvist – 32.10
Hanna Lundström – 32.32
Viktoria Wikström – 34.03
Susanne Ekblom – 58.45
Marie Häggström – 59.59
04.44 – Katriina Saarinen
10 October 2008
10.00
Sweden IKSU Innebandy 13:3 Latvia Rubene Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
10 October 2008
16.00
Finland SC Classic 2:6 Sweden Balrog IK Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals Finals
           
 A1  Switzerland UHC Dietlikon    0
 B2  Sweden IKSU Innebandy    5
Sweden IKSU Innebandy 3
Sweden Balrog IK 2
 B1  Sweden Balrog IK 7
 A2  Czech Republic Děkanka Tigers    2

Semi-Finals[edit]

11 October 2008
16.30
Switzerland UHC Dietlikon 0:5 Sweden IKSU Innebandy Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen
11 October 2008
19.00
Sweden Balrog IK 7:2 Czech Republic Děkanka Tigers Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen

Bronze Medal Match[edit]

12 October 2008
11.00
Czech Republic Děkanka Tigers 1:2 Switzerland UHC Dietlikon Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen

Championship Match[edit]

12 October 2008
12.00
Sweden Balrog IK 2:3 Sweden IKSU Innebandy Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen

Placement Round[edit]

7th Place Match[edit]

11 October 2008
10.00
Denmark FC Outlaws 3:6 Latvia Rubene Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen

5th Place Match[edit]

11 October 2008
13.00
Norway Holmlia SK 3:14 Finland SC Classic Winterthur, Switzerland
Eulachhallen

External links[edit]



Preceded by
   EuroFloorball Cup   
2007–08
Current:
EuroFloorball Cup

2008
Succeeded by
   EuroFloorball Cup   
2009