Big win for the only Swiss team of this year’s tournament!

On Thursday morning the Swiss team Zuger Highlands Selection had their first win of the tournament when they played 8-2 against Malmö FBC. Team captain Mira Horvath was very happy with the start. Here she talks about the game, the great support from the stands and about being the only Swiss team in this year’s Gothia Innebandy Cup. 

New updated app!

We have now released a new updated version of the Gothia Innebandy Cup app. The app contains everything you need to know before and during the cup week. We have a new interface and the navigation is improved.

In the app you will also find the new timetable for Gothia Line.

Download the app at App Store HERE.

Download the app at Google Play HERE.

The complete game schedule is here!

The complete game schedule for Gothia Innebandy Cup 2019 is now published. Sunday’s finals are played in Valhalla A, Gothia Arena and Partille Arena, which is a new venue for this year.

See the complete game schedule HERE.

The groups are published!

Today, the groups were released for Gothia Innebandy Cup 2019. For the second consecutive year, we break the record for participating teams. 469 teams from 7 different nations will participate in Gothia Innebandy Cup in January.

See the groups here:

For those who have booked school accommodation, it is now published on My Team Info. See HERE.

The game schedule is released at the end of this week.

Gothia Innebandy Cup expands to Partille

In the tournament of 2019 Gothia Innebandy Cup expands to Partille, for the first time ever. About 800 people will stay at three schools and play games at four fields just outside Gothenburg.
– The Partille community is very committed and excited to host the tournament, says Tournament Director Lena Rönnefors.

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