2013 Women's World Floorball Championships

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2013 Women's World
Floorball Championships
Tournament details
Host country Czech Republic
Dates7–15 December
Teams16
Venue(s)(in 2 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Sweden (6th title)
Runner-up Finland
Third place  Switzerland
Tournament statistics
Matches played48
Goals scored472 (9.83 per match)
Attendance43,806 (913 per match)
Scoring leader(s)Sweden Anna Wijk (19 points)
MVPSweden Sandra Mattsson
2011
2015

The 2013 Women's World Floorball Championships was the ninth World Championships in women's floorball. The tournament took place in Ostrava and Brno in Czech Republic in December 2013. Sixteen teams participated.[1] Sweden won the tournament defeating Finland, 5-1, in the final-game.[2]

Qualification[edit]

Date Venue Vacancies Qualified
2011 World Championships 4–11 December 2011 Switzerland St. Gallen 5  Czech Republic
 Finland
 Norway
 Sweden
  Switzerland
European Qualification 1 29 January – 2 February 2013 Latvia Valmiera 4  Denmark
 Germany
 Latvia
 Slovakia
European Qualification 2 30 January – 3 February 2013 Poland Babimost 3  Hungary
 Poland
 Russia
Asia and Oceania Qualification 21–23 February 2013 South Korea Pocheon 3  Australia
 Japan
 South Korea
Americas Qualification 1–2 February 2013 Canada Markham 1  Canada
Total 16

Venues[edit]

Ostrava Brno
ČEZ Aréna
Capacity: 12,500
Vodova Aréna
Capacity: 3,000
CEZ arena.JPG Sideview of City gym Vodova in Brno, Brno District.jpg

Preliminary round[edit]

     Team advanced to quarter-finals
     Team advanced to playoff round
     Team advanced to 13th-16th place playoff

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Sweden 3 3 0 0 45 3 +42 6
 Finland 3 2 0 1 20 11 +9 4
 Poland 3 1 0 2 8 28 −20 2
 Russia 3 0 0 3 5 36 −31 0
7 December 2013
11:00
Poland 6–3
(1–0, 1–2, 4–1)
 RussiaVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 325
7 December 2013
14:00
Sweden 8–2
(0–0, 5–0, 3–2)
 FinlandVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 1,040
8 December 2013
11:00
Poland 0–16
(0–4, 0–7, 0–5)
 SwedenVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 372
8 December 2013
14:00
Russia 1–9
(0–3, 1–3, 0–3)
 FinlandVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 486
9 December 2013
11:00
Russia 1–21
(1–7, 0–6, 0–8)
 SwedenVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 1,092
9 December 2013
17:00
Finland 9–2
(1–0, 2–1, 6–1)
 PolandVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 367

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Switzerland 3 3 0 0 16 5 +11 6
 Czech Republic 3 2 0 1 19 4 +15 4
 Norway 3 1 0 2 11 12 −1 2
 Latvia 3 0 0 3 2 25 −23 0
7 December 2013
17:00
Czech Republic 6–1
(1–0, 3–1, 2–0)
 NorwayVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 2,435
7 December 2013
20:00
Switzerland  6–1
(1–0, 2–0, 3–1)
 LatviaVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 294
8 December 2013
17:00
Czech Republic 1–2
(1–1, 0–0, 0–1)
  SwitzerlandVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 2,528
8 December 2013
20:00
Norway 7–0
(5–0, 1–0, 1–0)
 LatviaVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 267
9 December 2013
14:00
Norway 3–6
(2–1, 0–2, 1–3)
  SwitzerlandVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 364
9 December 2013
20:00
Latvia 1–12
(0–7, 1–2, 0–3)
 Czech RepublicVodova Aréna A, Brno
Attendance: 1,572

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Slovakia 3 3 0 0 31 3 +28 6
 Australia 3 2 0 1 21 15 +6 4
 Hungary 3 1 0 2 24 24 0 2
 South Korea 3 0 0 3 4 38 −34 0
7 December 2013
13:00
Australia 10–7
(4–0, 4–2, 2–5)
 HungaryVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 275
7 December 2013
19:00
South Korea 0–13
(0–5, 0–4, 0–4)
 SlovakiaVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 397
8 December 2013
13:00
Hungary 1–11
(1–3, 0–6, 0–2)
 SlovakiaVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 381
8 December 2013
16:00
Australia 9–1
(2–1, 3–0, 4–0)
 South KoreaVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 335
9 December 2013
10:00
Slovakia 7–2
(4–1, 2–1, 1–0)
 AustraliaVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 731
9 December 2013
19:00
Hungary 16–3
(5–2, 6–0, 5–1)
 South KoreaVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 178

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 3 3 0 0 23 5 +18 6
 Denmark 3 2 0 1 25 7 +18 4
 Canada 3 1 0 2 7 29 −22 2
 Japan 3 0 0 3 8 22 −14 0
7 December 2013
10:00
Japan 2–11
(1–4, 0–1, 1–6)
 DenmarkVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 173
7 December 2013
16:00
Germany 14–0
(7–0, 4–0, 3–0)
 CanadaVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 407
8 December 2013
10:00
Japan 3–6
(2-4, 0-1, 1-1)
 GermanyVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 181
8 December 2013
19:00
Denmark 12–2
(5–1, 3–0, 4–1)
 CanadaVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 218
9 December 2013
13:00
Canada 5–3
(2–0, 2–1, 1–2)
 JapanVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 185
9 December 2013
16:00
Denmark 2–3
(0–0, 1–2, 1–1)
 GermanyVodova Aréna B, Brno
Attendance: 188

Knockout stage[edit]

Playoff round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
    11 December – Ostrava        
10 December – Brno
  Sweden  12
  Latvia  4 14 December – Ostrava
    Latvia  2  
  Slovakia  3     Sweden  9
  12 December – Ostrava
10 December – Brno     Czech Republic  2  
  Czech Republic  10
  Poland  7 15 December – Ostrava
    Poland  1  
  Denmark  4     Sweden  5
  11 December – Ostrava
10 December – Brno     Finland  1
  Finland  5
  Norway  7 14 December – Ostrava
    Norway  2  
  Australia  3     Finland  6 Third place game
  12 December – Ostrava
10 December – Brno      Switzerland  2   15 December – Ostrava
   Switzerland  8
  Russia  1    Switzerland  4
    Germany  0  
  Germany  2     Czech Republic  3


Playoff round[edit]

10 December 2013
10:00
Russia 1–2
Report
 GermanyVodova Aréna A, Brno
10 December 2013
13:00
Poland 7–4
Report
 DenmarkVodova Aréna A, Brno
10 December 2013
16:00
Norway 7–3
Report
 AustraliaVodova Aréna A, Brno
10 December 2013
19:00
Latvia 4–3
Report
 SlovakiaVodova Aréna A, Brno

Quarterfinals[edit]

11 December 2013
17:00
Finland 5–2
Report
 NorwayČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava
11 December 2013
20:00
Sweden 12–2
Report
 LatviaČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava
12 December 2013
17:00
Switzerland  8–0
Report
 GermanyČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava
12 December 2013
20:00
Czech Republic 10–1
Report
 PolandČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

Semifinals[edit]

14 December 2013
14:00
Switzerland  2–6
Report
 FinlandČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava
14 December 2013
17:00
Sweden 9–2
Report
 Czech RepublicČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

Bronze medal game[edit]

15 December 2013
13:00
Switzerland  4–3 OT
Report
 Czech RepublicČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

Gold medal game[edit]

15 December 2013
15:30
Finland 1–5
Report
 SwedenČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

Placement round[edit]

13th–16th place[edit]

11 December 2013
16:00
Canada 11–0
Report
 South KoreaČEZ Aréna B, Ostrava
11 December 2013
19:00
Hungary 5–3
Report
 JapanČEZ Aréna B, Ostrava

9th–12th place[edit]

12 December 2013
09:00
Australia 4–11
Report
 RussiaČEZ Aréna B, Ostrava
12 December 2013
19:00
Denmark 3–4 OT
Report
 SlovakiaČEZ Aréna B, Ostrava

5th–8th place[edit]

13 December 2013
17:00
Latvia 9–0
Report
 PolandČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava
13 December 2013
20:00
Germany 1–7
Report
 NorwayČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

15th place game[edit]

12 December 2013
11:00
South Korea 1–5
Report
 JapanČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

13th place game[edit]

12 December 2013
14:00
Canada 6–5 OT
Report
 HungaryČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

11th place game[edit]

13 December 2013
11:00
Australia 4–9
Report
 DenmarkČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

9th place game[edit]

13 December 2013
14:00
Russia 4–6
Report
 SlovakiaČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

7th place game[edit]

14 December 2013
11:00
Poland 3–1
Report
 GermanyČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

5th place game[edit]

15 December 2013
10:00
Latvia 4–3 OT
Report
 NorwayČEZ Aréna A, Ostrava

Statistics[edit]

Tournament awards[edit]

Final ranking[edit]

Gold medal icon.svg  Sweden
Silver medal icon.svg  Finland
Bronze medal icon.svg   Switzerland
4  Czech Republic
5  Latvia
6  Norway
7  Poland
8  Germany
9  Slovakia
10  Russia
11  Denmark
12  Australia
13  Canada
14  Hungary
15  Japan
16  South Korea

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-09-06. Retrieved 2013-10-07.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "Sverige vann VM-finalen i innebandy" (in Swedish). Sydsvenskan. 15 December 2013. Retrieved 4 February 2017.

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