United States men's national floorball team

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United States Men's Floorball Team
Founded2002
CoachSweden Stefan Hedlund
First gameUnited States 10 - 2 Belgium
May 18, 2002
Largest winUnited States 27 - 0 Jamaica
January 31, 2014
Largest defeatSweden 20 - 0 United States
September 28, 2017

The United States men's national floorball team is the men's national floorball team of the United States, and a member of the International Floorball Federation (IFF). The American men's team is currently ranked 16th in the world at floorball following their result at the 2018 Men's World Floorball Championships.[1]

The United States National Team is organized by USA Floorball.

Roster[edit]

As of February 11, 2020[2]

# Player Club Pos. Grip Age Birthplace
3 Aleksi Huttunen Finland Tikkurila Tiikerit, Vantaa D L 20 United States
6 Erik Haghjoo United States Menlo Park FC F R 44 Sweden
10 David Hansen Sweden Torshalla IBK F L 19 Sweden
11 Eric Dieckelman Sweden Sundsvall FBC F L 21 Sweden
14 Reed Hearns Sweden IK Zenith D R 29 United States
15 Noel Menzi Switzerland UHC Lions Meilen-Uetikon D L 24 United States
17 Kristian Caldwell Sweden FBC Karlskrona F R 30 United States
20 Henrik Haga Norway Bekkelagets SK D R 21 United States
22 Patrick Olsen Norway Sandefjord IBK D L 21 United States
23 Terence Frank Switzerland Zurisee Unihockey G L 46 Switzerland
24 Carl Eriksson Sweden KAIS Mora IF F L 19 Sweden
28 Tristan Klewsaat United States Colorado FC F R 23 United States
30 Adam Price United States Colorado FC

Cleveland Bucs

F R 24 United States
69 Janik Guntert Switzerland UHC Tornados Frutigen D L 25 Switzerland
79 Mikko Vaha-Vahe Finland Grankulla IFK F L 27 United States
83 Michael Ristaniemi Finland Koalat Helsinki F R 34 Finland
89 Keven Glanzmann Switzerland TSV Unihockey Deitingen G R 27 Switzerland
90 Jonathan Mooney Sweden IBF Lidingo G R 19 Sweden

Team Staff[edit]

Head Coach - Stefan Hedlund Sweden

Coach - Joel Oloffson Sweden

General Manager - Adam Troy Sweden

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rankings". IFF Main Site. Retrieved 2021-01-11.
  2. ^ "Team". IFF Main Site. Retrieved 2021-01-11.