Slovakia (SVK)

National association: Slovak Futnet Association
Coach: Marin igala Marián Žigala
Team leader: Gabriel Viňanský

About team:

Team photo

Futnet (nohejbal in Slovak) is a very popular sport in Slovakia with a long tradition, played on a recreational as well as competition level. Slovak Futnet Association was founded in 1974, first official league started one year earlier. In 1994 Slovakia organised 1st Men's World Championships.
 
Slovakia is one of world’s top futnet powers with numerous medals from World and European Championships. The most successful events in terms of gold medals were the European Championships in 2007, 2009 and 2011 (3 golds) and World Championships in 2000 (2 golds).

Players

Richard Makara Name: Richard Makara
Club: SK Šacung ČNES Benešov 1947
Age: 39
Jersey number: 11
Disciplines: triples
Patrik Perun Name: Patrik Perun
Club: NK Climax Vsetín
Age: 33
Jersey number: 5
Disciplines: doubles, triples
Jn Brutovsk Name: Ján Brutovský
Club: NK Climax Vsetín
Age: 27
Jersey number: 14
Disciplines: doubles, triples
Martin Perun Name: Martin Perun
Club: NK DPMK Košice
Age: 31
Jersey number: 3
Disciplines: triples
Milan Iol Name: Milan Ižol
Club: NK DPMK Košice
Age: 27
Jersey number: 10
Disciplines: singles
Ladislav Stupk Name: Ladislav Stupák
Club: NK DPMK Košice
Age: 25
Jersey number: 6
Disciplines: doubles
Milan ernota Name: Milan Černota
Club: NK Revúca
Age: 21
Jersey number: 15
Disciplines: triples
Silven Glus Name: Silven Gálus
Club: NK KAC Jednota Košice
Age: 27
Jersey number: 0
Disciplines:
Michal Bertko2 Name: Michal Bertko
Club: NK KAC Jednota Košice
Age: 17
Jersey number: 0
Disciplines:

WC matches

#1 triples Slovakia (SVK) Czech Republic (CZE) 2 : 0 (11:8, 11:4)
#2 doubles Slovakia (SVK) Czech Republic (CZE) 2 : 0 (11:8, 11:8)
#3 singles Slovakia (SVK) Hungary (HUN) 2 : 0 (11:9, 11:7)
#4 triples Slovakia (SVK) Hungary (HUN) 2 : 0 (11:6, 11:4)
#5 doubles Slovakia (SVK) South Korea (KOR) 2 : 0 (11:7, 11:4)
#6 singles Slovakia (SVK) France (FRA) 2 : 0 (11:5, 11:7)
#7 triples Slovakia (SVK) France (FRA) 2 : 0 (11:5, 11:7)
#8 triples Slovakia (SVK) South Korea (KOR) 2 : 0 (11:6, 11:3)
#9 doubles Slovakia (SVK) Hungary (HUN) 2 : 0 (11:9, 11:5)
#10 doubles Slovakia (SVK) France (FRA) 2 : 0 (11:7, 11:5)
#11 singles Slovakia (SVK) Hungary (HUN) 2 : 1 (11:4, 7:11, 12:10)
#12 singles Slovakia (SVK) Switzerland (SUI) 2 : 0 (15:14, 11:8)
#13 triples Slovakia (SVK) Poland (POL) 2 : 0 (11:3, 11:6)
#14 triples Slovakia (SVK) Ireland (IRL) 2 : 0 (11:6, 11:2)
#15 triples Canada (CAN) Slovakia (SVK) 0 : 2 (3:11, 1:11)
#16 doubles Slovakia (SVK) Sweden (SWE) 2 : 0 (11:2, 11:1)
#17 doubles Germany (GER) Slovakia (SVK) 0 : 2 (2:11, 1:11)
#18 doubles Austria (AUT) Slovakia (SVK) 0 : 2 (2:11, 4:11)
#19 doubles Slovakia (SVK) USA (USA) 2 : 0 (11:3, 11:6)
#20 singles Slovakia (SVK) Poland (POL) 2 : 0 (11:4, 11:0)
#21 singles Slovakia (SVK) Ireland (IRL) 2 : 0 (11:3, 11:3)
#22 singles Canada (CAN) Slovakia (SVK) 0 : 2 (7:11, 2:11)
#23 singles Basque Country (EUS) Slovakia (SVK) 0 : 2 (1:11, 3:11)
Results - MEN
triples Slovakia SVK Czech Republic CZE 2 : 0
triples Hungary HUN France FRA 2 : 1
doubles Slovakia SVK Czech Republic CZE 2 : 0
doubles South Korea KOR Hungary HUN 0 : 2
singles Slovakia SVK Hungary HUN 2 : 0
singles France FRA Czech Republic CZE 0 : 2

Complete results