Japan men's national under-19 floorball team

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Japan Men's U-19 National Floorball Team
Founded2003
Coach Flag of Japan.svg Soichi Kato
First game Flag of Japan.svg 6 - 6 Flag of Slovakia.svg
November 5, 2003
Largest win Flag of Japan.svg 12 - 2 Flag of New Zealand.svg
May 11, 2019
Largest defeat Flag of Poland.svg 23 - 2 Flag of Japan.svg
May 10, 2013

The JapanMen's Under-19 National Floorball Team is the men's under-19 national floorball team of Japan, and a member of the International Floorball Federation. The team is composed of the best Japanese floorball players under the age of 19. The Japan under-19 men's team is currently ranked 15th in the world at floorball, and played in the B-Division at the most recent U-19 World Floorball Championships. [1]

Contents

The team is currently prepping for the 2021 U-19 World Floorball Championships, which will be in Brno, Czech Republic.

Roster

As of June 27, 2019 [2]

#PlayerClub Pos. GripAgeBirthplace
1 Ryoya Takizawa Flag of Japan.svg Warabi FCGR18 Japan
2 Ryosuke Shimoyama Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCFR20 Japan
3 Syo Kumagai Flag of Japan.svg Warabi FCDR20 Japan
4 Noa Takayama Flag of Japan.svg Maiwa FCFR20 Japan
5 Syo Tsukagoshi Flag of Japan.svg Warabi FCDR20 Japan
6 Ryuto Jyuura Flag of Japan.svg Chofu FCFL19 Japan
7 Yuichiro Sakazume Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCDR19 Japan
8 Kazunaga Noda Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCFR19 Japan
9 Narumi Saruwatari Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCFR19 Japan
10 Gai Tagami Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCDR18 Japan
11 Hiroto Moriya Flag of Japan.svg Warabi FCFR18 Japan
12 Akira Kaneko Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCDR18 Japan
13 Kaisei Saito Flag of Japan.svg Warabi FCDR18 Japan
14 Mahiro Aoyagi Flag of Japan.svg Blue Fulfill FCFR17 Japan
15 Mahiro Takahashi Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCDR17 Japan
16 Yamato Yoshihashi Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCFR17 Japan
17 Satoru Shimoyama Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCFR17 Japan
18 Nao Inada Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCFR16 Japan
21 Reia Nagata Flag of Japan.svg Kanagawa FCGR18 Japan

Team Staff

Head Coach - Soichi Kato Flag of Japan.svg

Team Official - Kaoru Wakasa Flag of Japan.svg

Team Official - Akihiro Sawada Flag of Japan.svg

Team Official - Ned Milburn Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg

Team Official - Maki Milburn Flag of Japan.svg

Records

All-Time World Championship Records

YearGPWDLGFGA+/-Result
Czech Republic 2003 41121917+215th
Latvia 2005 41031429-1515th
Switzerland 2007 40131539-2416th
Finland 2009 4004759-5216th
Germany 2013 41031659-4314th
Sweden 2015 40041553-3816th
Japan AOFC Qualifiers 201632011810+8Qualified
Sweden 2017 40041146-3516th
New Zealand AOFC Qualifiers 201820201212+0Qualified
Canada 2019 41032619+715th
Total376427153343-190

Head-to-Head International Records

Opponent GP  W  D  L  GF  GA  +/- 
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia

4

1

1

2

23

26

-3

Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia

4

0

0

4

6

37

-31

Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada

3

0

0

3

7

44

-37

Flag of Germany.svg  Germany

3

0

0

3

3

30

-27

Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand

3

2

1

0

27

12

+15

Flag of Poland.svg  Poland

3

0

0

3

6

47

-41

Flag of the United States.svg  United States

3

0

0

3

18

25

-7

Flag of Austria.svg  Austria

2

0

0

2

2

11

-9

Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary

2

0

0

2

5

32

-27

Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands

2

1

1

0

13

10

+3

Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia

2

0

1

1

7

14

-7
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark

1

0

0

1

1

16

-15

Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia

1

1

0

0

13

5

+8

Flag of Iran.svg  Iran

1

1

0

0

7

1

+6

Flag of Italy.svg  Italy

1

0

0

1

8

12

-4

Flag of Norway.svg  Norway

1

0

0

1

1

14

-13

Flag of Russia.svg  Russia

1

0

0

1

6

7

-1

Totals

37

6

4

27

153

343

-190

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References

  1. "Rankings". IFF Main Site. Retrieved 2020-12-26.
  2. "Team". IFF Main Site. Retrieved 2020-12-26.