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Japan women's national floorball team

Japan women's national floorball team is the national team of Japan. At the 1997 Floorball Women's World Championship in Godby and Mariehamn, Åland, Finland, the team finished tenth. [1] At the 1999 Floorball Women's World Championship in Borlänge, Sweden, the team finished fourth in the B-Division. [2] At the 2001 Floorball Women's World Championship in Riga, Latvia, the team finished fifth in the B-Division. [3] At the 2003 Floorball Women's World Championship in Germany, the team finished first in the B-Division. [4] At the 2005 Floorball Women's World Championship in Singapore, the team finished eighth in the A-Division. [5] At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished sixth in the B-Division. [6] At the 2013 Floorball Women's World Championship in Brno and Ostrava, Czech Republic, the team finished fifteenth. [7]

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Singapore women's national floorball team is the national team of Singapore. At the 1999 Floorball Women's World Championship in Borlänge, Sweden, the team finished fifth in the B-Division. At the 2001 Floorball Women's World Championship in Riga, Latvia, the team finished third in the B-Division. At the 2003 Floorball Women's World Championship in Germany, the team finished fifth in the B-Division. At the 2005 Floorball Women's World Championship in Singapore, the team finished third in the B-Division. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished tenth in the A-Division and were relegated to the B-Division.

Poland women's national floorball team is the national team of Poland in women's floorball. At the 2001 Floorball Women's World Championship in Riga, Latvia, the team finished fourth in the B-Division. At the 2003 Floorball Women's World Championship in Germany, the team finished second in the B-Division. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished first in the B-Division.

Hungary women's national floorball team is the national team of Hungary. At the 2001 Floorball Women's World Championship in Riga, Latvia, the team finished seventh in the B-Division. At the 2003 Floorball Women's World Championship in Germany, the team finished ninth in the B-Division. At the 2005 Floorball Women's World Championship in Singapore, the team finished sixth in the B-Division. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished third in the B-Division. At the 2013 Floorball Women's World Championship in Brno and Ostrava, Czech Republic, the team finished fourteenth.

Great Britain women's national floorball team is the national team of Great Britain. At the 2001 Floorball Women's World Championship in Riga, Latvia, the team finished eighth in the B-Division.

Italy women's national floorball team is the national team of Italy. At the 2003 Floorball Women's World Championship in Germany, the team finished fourth in the B-Division. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished eighth in the B-Division.

United States women's national floorball team is the national team of the United States. At the 2003 Floorball Women's World Championship in Germany, the team finished sixth in the B-Division. At the 2005 Floorball Women's World Championship in Singapore, the team finished second in the B-Division. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished ninth in the A-Division.

Netherlands women's national floorball team is the national team of the Netherlands. At the 2005 Floorball Women's World Championship in Singapore, the team finished seventh in the B-Division. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished fourth in the B-Division.

Spain women's national floorball team is the national team of Spain. At the 2005 Floorball Women's World Championship in Singapore, the team finished eighth in the B-Division. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished tenth in the B-Division.

Canada women's national floorball team is the national team of Canada. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished seventh in the B-Division. At the 2013 Floorball Women's World Championship in Brno and Ostrava, Czech Republic, the team finished thirteenth.

Slovakia women's national floorball team is the national team of Slovakia. At the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship in Frederikshavn, Denmark, the team finished ninth in the B-Division. At the 2013 Floorball Women's World Championship in Brno and Ostrava, Czech Republic, the team finished ninth. At the 2017 Floorball Women's World Championship in Bratislava, Slovakia, the team finished fifth.

Slovenia women's national floorball team is the national team of Slovenia. The team participated in the Qualification to the B-Division for the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship. The qualifiers were held in Wolsztyn, Poland and Kapfenberg, Austria. The team did not advance out of qualifiers. The team participated in the Qualification to the B-Division for the 2009 Floorball Women's World Championship. The qualifiers were held in Idrija, Slovenia. The team did not advance out of qualifiers.

Estonia women's national floorball team is the national team of Estonia. The team participated in the Qualification to the B-Division for the 2007 Floorball Women's World Championship. The qualifiers were held in Wolsztyn, Poland and Kapfenberg, Austria. The team did not advance out of qualifiers. The team participated in the Qualification to the B-Division for the 2009 Floorball Women's World Championship. The qualifiers were held in Idrija, Slovenia. The team advanced and went on to finish fifth in the B-Division at the Västerås, Sweden hosted competition.

References

  1. "Women's 1st World Championships Godby and Mariehamn, Åland, Finland 3rd – 10th of May 1997". Finland: International Floorball Federation. 2013. Retrieved 8 February 2014.
  2. "Women's 2nd World Championships A- & B-Division Borlänge, Sweden 9th – 15th of May 1999". Finland: International Floorball Federation. 2013. Retrieved 8 February 2014.
  3. "Women's 3rd World Championships A- & B-Division Riga, Latvia 20th – 27th of May 2001". Finland: International Floorball Federation. 2013. Retrieved 8 February 2014.
  4. "Women's 4th World Championships A- & B-Division Bern, Gümligen and Wünnewil, Switzerland 17th – 25th of May 2003". Finland: International Floorball Federation. 2013. Retrieved 9 February 2014.
  5. "Women's 5th World Championships A- & B-Division Singapore 25th of May −5th of June 2005". Finland: International Floorball Federation. 2013. Retrieved 9 February 2014.
  6. "Women's 6th World Championships A- & B-Division Frederikshavn, Denmark 12th–19th of May 2007". Finland: International Floorball Federation. 2013. Retrieved 9 February 2014.
  7. "9th Women's World Championships". Finland: International Floorball Federation. 2013. Retrieved 8 February 2014.