Tikkurilan Tiikerit

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Tikkurilan Tiikerit
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Founded 1997
Championships Naisten Salibandyliiga

Tikkurilan Tiikerit is a Finnish floorball club from Vantaa. By licensed players, it is the fourth largest floorball club in Finland. It has 837 licensed players and over one thousand members. [1]


Tikkurilan Tiikerit has a 2 women's floorball teams and 4 men's teams. Both men's and women's first teams play in regional series.

In addition to the men's and women's teams, the club also has 25 junior teams (20 boys, 5 girls).

2011-12 Roster







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