Under-19 World Floorball Championships

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Under-19 World Floorball Championships
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)May
Frequencybiannual
Location(s)various
Inaugurated2001 (2001) (men's juniors)
2004 (2004) (women's juniors)
Organised by IFF

Under-19 World Floorball Championships are being held for males since 2001 and for females since 2004. The championships for males are held in odd years, while those for females are held in even years.

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The first Under-19 World Floorball Championships were held in 2001 in Germany. The Swedishmen were the first World Champions. Two years later, a B-Division Tournament was played. The first female World Championships took place in 2004 in Finland, and the Swedish team won again. In 2008, the first female B-Division tournament was played.

Male Under-19 World Championships

YearHost nationGoldSilverBronze
1 2001 Germany Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
2 2003 Czech Republic Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
3 2005 Latvia Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  
4 2007 Switzerland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
5 2009 Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  
6 2011 Germany Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  
7 2013 Germany Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
8 2015 Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
9 2017 Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
10 2019 Canada Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
11 2021 Czech Republic Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden

Medal table

RankCountryGoldSilverBronzeMedals
1Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 54110
2Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 43411
3Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 2136
4 Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  0336
Total11111133

Female Under-19 World Championships

YearHost nationGoldSilverBronze
1 2004 Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  
2 2006 Germany Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  
3 2008 Poland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
4 2010 Czech Republic Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
5 2012 Slovakia Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
6 2014 Poland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
7 2016 Canada Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  
8 2018 Switzerland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
9 2020 Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
10 2022 New Zealand

Medal table

RankCountryGoldSilverBronzeMedals
1Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 6219
2Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 2619
3 Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland  1135
4Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 0044
Total99927

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