|Bandy World Cup for Women|
Bandy World Cup Women is a yearly bandy competition for the best women's club teams from around the world. It was named to correspond to the Bandy World Cup for men's club teams.
Bandy is a team winter sport played on ice, in which skaters use sticks to direct a ball into the opposing team's goal.
Bandy World Cup is played in Sweden in the beginning of the bandy season every year, in autumn. The teams which should participate is decided based on their results in the whole of the last bandy season.
Västerås SK Bandy is the men's bandy side of the Swedish sports club Västerås SK, located in Västerås. The senior side currently plays in the Swedish Elitserien, the top division of Swedish bandy.
Per "Pelle" Fosshaug is a Swedish bandy manager and former bandy player. Fosshaug played in midfield for many clubs in Sweden, as well as for the Sweden national bandy team, for which he made a record 129 appearances between 1994 and 2005.
Bollnäs GoIF/BF, "Giffarna", is a bandy club founded in 1895 from Bollnäs in Sweden who play at Sävstaås Idrottspark. The club won the World Cup in 2005.
IF Boltic was a Swedish sports club from the town Karlstad. It existed from 1946 to 2000. In 2000, IF Boltic was merged with IF Göta and formed the new club BS BolticGöta.
The Dutch national bandy team represents the Netherlands in the sport of bandy.
Estonian national bandy team competed for the first time during the first period of Estonian independence, in the interwar years 1918–1940. Estonia played six international frendlies against Finland between 1923 and 1934, losing them all.
Vetlanda BK, founded in 1945, is a bandy club in Vetlanda, Sweden.
Broberg/Söderhamn Bandy is a Swedish bandy club from Söderhamn who play in the Elitserien. Broberg/Söderhamn, also known as Brobergs IF, were founded in 1919. Broberg play their home matches at Hällåsen.
Stefan Erixon is a former Swedish bandy player.
Stabæk Bandy is the bandy section of Stabæk IF, a Norwegian sports club from Stabekk/Bekkestua in Bærum, founded in 1912.
Hans Elis "Hasse" Johansson is a former bandy player from Sweden and current coach of the Chinese national team.
Olov Englund is a Swedish bandy player who currently plays for Kalix Bandy as a defender. Englund is now a member of Sweden's national team and started playing in the Bandy World Championship 2007.
Henrik Hagberg is a Swedish former bandy player who most recently for Sandvikens AIK as a midfielder.
Sergey Gennadyevich Obukhov is a Russian professional bandy player from Kirov, who in the 2018-19 season is captain for Dynamo-Kazan. He has scored more goals than any other Russian player. Obukhov has played many games for the Russian national bandy team and was top scorer at the 2005 and 2007 Bandy World Championship. Obukhov has been an important member of both club and country. In 2007 he won the Bandy World Cup, Champions Cup, Russian League Cup with Dynamo Moscow and the Bandy World Championship with Russia.
Volga is a bandy club from Ulyanovsk, Russia. Volga currently plays in the Russian Bandy Super League, the highest division of Russian bandy.
Patrik Nilsson is a Swedish bandy player, currently with Sandvikens AIK in the Swedish Elitserien.
The Women's Bandy World Championships are a competition between bandy-playing nations. The tournament is administrated by the Federation of International Bandy. It is distinct from the Bandy World Cup Women, a club competition, and from the Bandy World Championship, which is for men's teams.
Hungary women's national bandy team is competing for Hungary in the international bandy tournaments.
Bandy in the United States is played mostly in Minnesota. Bandy is a team sport played on ice.
Rekord Irkutsk or DYuSSh Rekord is a bandy club from Irkutsk, Russia. It was founded in 1986. The club colours are black and blue.
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