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The 4 Champions of Europe – all transfers and rumors

IBF Falun (SWE), SV Wiler-Ersigen (SUI), Florbal Chodov (CZE) and Classic (FIN) all became champions in April. Less than a month has passed but several changes has been made in the teams. Let’s have a look at the signings, player losses and rumors:

IBF Falun (Swedish Super Leauge)

Photo: Per Wiklund

Only a few changes in Falun have been confirmed. Their 2 international players Bischofberger and Tokos will leave the club already after 1 season. Bischofberger will leave 1 champion for another as he transfers back to Switzerland and SV Wiler-Ersigen. Tokos‘ future is uncertain, however he’s said that he’d like to stay in Sweden. Their 20 year center Casper Backby, rated as the best talent in Sweden at the age of 15, and who did his national team debut in April is linked with newcomers Jönköping, as he’s reportedly looking for more a bigger role. Omar Aldeeb, who played played for Falun on a double license last season has signed a 2 year contract.

Omar Aldeeb (Strängnäs)

Player losses
Nicola Bischofberger (SV Wiler-Ersigen)
Martin Tokos (Unkown)

Rumored signings

Rumored player losses
Casper Backby (Jönköpings IK)

SV Wiler-Ersigen (National League A)

Photo: Fabian Trees

At least 5 new players (and 3 from the U21 team) will represent the Swiss champions next season. The return of Swiss international Nicola Bischofberger is a great addition that will strengthen the defender-lineup. Point producing Patrick Mendelin is rumored to leave the team, but Daniel Johnsson has already been signed. Johnsson, who stood for 51 goals for FC Helsingborg in SSL last season is definitely one of the hottest transfers of the summer.

Joel Krähenbühl (Tigers Langnau)
Andrin Hollenstein (Tigers Langnau)
Nicola Bischofberger (IBF Falun)
Daniel Johnsson (FC Helsingborg)
Dominik Alder (WASA)
Philipp Affolter (Wiler-Ersigen U21)
Tino Pritzbuer (Wiler-Ersigen U21)
Lukas Moser (Wiler-Ersigen U21)

Player losses
Adrian Zimmermann (resign)
Kevin Steffen (resign)
Daniel Sebek (Unkown)

Rumored signings
Christoph Reich (Chur Unihockey)

Rumored player losses
Patrick Mendelin (Basel)
Christoph Hofbauer (resign)
Nicolas Wolf (resign)

Classic (Salibandyliiga)

After defeating EräViikingit 9-6 in the Superfinal, Classic became Finnish champion for the 2nd year in a row. After last year’s season, Asser Jääskeläinen from FC Helsingborg, as well as Joonas Pysly from Tigers Langnau in Swiss NLA were added to the team. So far they’ve not announced a single signing, despite several player losses. Nico Salo, rated as the 5th best player in the world, will join Mika Kohonen and FC Helsingborg in the Swedish Super League. But several exciting rumors are being spread – Ville Lastikka, who had an incredible season in SV Wiler-Ersigen could join the team. Sirius’ goalkeeper Jarno Ihme, who became world champion with Finland in December, has been linked with them as well.


Player losses
Nico Salo (FC Helsingborg)
Jesse Ruokostenpohja (Koovee)
Riku Reunamäki (Koovee)

Rumored signings
Joona Rantala (Zug United)
Ville Lastikka (SV Wiler-Ersigen)
Jarno Ihme (Sirius)
Santtu Pohjonen (Nokian KRP)

Rumored player losses
Joni Järviö (Nokia KRP)

Florbal Chodov (Czech Super League)

Just like Classic in Finland, Chodov became champions for the 2nd year in a row after surprising Mlada Boleslav in the Superfinal. So far they’ve had a solid silly season – they’ve lost their key player Patrik Doza to Köniz in Switzerland, but solid replacements have already been signed. 4 Czech national team players – 2 from SSL and 1 from NLA will bring great experience to the team. In Tom Ondrusek they get a sniper, and the addition of Michal Podhrasky will strengthen their defense even more.

Tom Ondrusek (Warberg IC)
Ondrej Mikes (Team Thorengruppen)
Michal Podhrasky (HC Rychenberg)
Marek Matejcik (Vitkovice)

Player losses
Patrik Doza (Floorball Köniz)

Rumored signings
Martin Kisugite (Bohemians)

Rumored player losses
Michal Kotlas (resign)
Ondrej Vosta (Zug United)

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