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The 5 most successful countries in the Women WFC [Patron Only]

With the World Floorball Championships 2019 drawing near, the time has also come to have a look at the past. The WFC has now been organized 11 times which means there have been 33 medals handed out. Time to take a look at the five countries that have managed to take one or more medals in the past.

5. Czech Republic 🥉1

Perhaps to the surprise of some, Czech Republic managed to take (only) one bronze medal in the history of the WFC. But don’t let these numbers fool you, the team has taken incredible steps forward in the last 10 years if you look at their WFCs results. For example, the team came 7th in 2003, 7th in 2005, 5th in 2007, 4th in 2009 and 3rd in 2011, and since then always ended at 4th place which is quite an achievement by itself.

Czech Republic during the WFC2017

4. Norway 🥉2

Once upon a time, Norway was one of the dominant teams in floorball. In fact, between 1997 and 2005 the team dominated group stages and was able to set aside all other top countries.…

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