Swiss organizers of the 2019 Women’s World Floorball Championship suffered a major fail after they played the Czech national anthem for the Slovak team.
Not only did the Slovak team lose the match, but they also had to face the anthem failure on the part of the organizers. The video of the baffled Slovak players can be seen at aktualne.cz.
The Slovak women’s floorball team lost to Sweden in the Women’s World Floorball Championships.
At the opening ceremony, the Slovak floorball players not only had to endure the Czech anthem being played instead of the Slovak one, but the panels behind them also showed Czech flags.
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