She was one of the protagonists of the world championship in Upssala, born in 1999, Player of the Chaingmai School, we are talking about the SUPASUTA Thiptha, goalkeeper of Team Thailand
1) Hi Supasuta and thank you for accepting our interview. Introduce yourself to our audience, what do you do in life other than playing Floorball? How long have you been playing? Have you always been a goalkeeper?
=Hello, my name is Supasuta. I'm the goalkeeper of the Thai team. I've been playing floorball for 7 years. He's been a goalkeeper since the start. Besides playing floorball, I also play hockey field. and is still the same goalkeeper I am now graduating from Chiang Mai University in Thailand.
2) in which club do you start playing floorball? How old do you start this sport?
=Before I started playing floorball, I started playing hockey. I had the opportunity to qualify for the national team at the 2015 SEA Games in Singapore and I was also added to the Thai national team for the first time. I don't have any floorball clubs. In addition to practicing by myself and practicing through the Internet. I started playing floorball at 15 years old.
3) How long have you been playing for the Thai national team? How do you think your World Cup went? In your opinion, what went well and what could have been better? How was the experience of the World Cup in Upssala?
=I play for the Thai national team. All 3 competitions are 1. SEA Games in Singapore 2. World cup U19 in Canada 3. World cup this time in Uppsala I feel great and very proud to be participating in this World Cup. Even though I don't play every match, I'm ready to support my teammates, coaches and myself.
in my opinion I have overcome my fears in the world competition. And when I had the opportunity to go on the field I have fully fulfilled my duty. And won a Player of the match award that I never imagined and never dreamed I would get.
4) What is your next club goal? And what is the next goal with the national team? What would you say to a girl who plays floorball to make her a better goalkeeper?
= club goals or my hometown is i will build a reputation for my hometown through floorball that I play Although it is not a sport that Thai people know very much. national team goals I will improve my skills, skill and attitude. to be better in order to help the team and teach the new generation to know more about floorball.
I would like to say to all floorball goalkeepers that It's not easy that we can't get the ball into the goal. But we can improve our craft every second. Therefore, every minute is valuable, do not be discouraged by this sport. Because when we are successful, we will understand ourselves more.
5) at the end of the World Cup you went to the Italian team's locker room and exchanged jerseys with Martina Falchi, the Italian goalkeeper. Why did you choose to exchange your jersey with her?