The Svenska Superligan is going global. The Czech Pay TV station Nova Sport just added the strongest club competition on this planet to its broadcast.
To promote a sports competition efficiently, you need a strong online presence. Hidden in the dull structure of the Swedish federation website the Superligan was not even close to that. Now the presumably strongest league in the world launched its new web portal. And it’s more then disappointing.
AIK had just won its opener against Linköping, Falun lost its previous game 6:9 to Växjö. Then one these days came, when nothing works out. Or everything works out, depending on the perspective.
Open air events always sound like a cool idea. But on the past weekend Czech Republic’s and Germany’s top competitions experienced how weather can ruin a floorball game, with and without a roof.
Playoff game three, one against four and then a no look shot. Lielvārde’s Striker Mihails Kostusevs doesn’t need any excuses.
Alexander Nede did score some of the most spectacular zorro goals in floorball history. Anyways, this wonder goal seems to stand above all of them. Nede’s Helsingborg played Jönköping and the master of all tricks showed some magic in full speed and from an impossible angle.
In the finnish Salibandyliiga an attentive ref applied a floorball rule many don’t even know. You actually don’t need a floorball cage to score a goal. It’s about the marked gap, which is just being covered by the cage.
Last year the Czechs installed their new Corporate Identity. New name, new colors, new shapes, new everything. One year later we know, this is the best design thing that ever happened to a floorball federation. And everyone can learn from it.
Ok, fine, Rasmus Enström is the best player on earth, we got it. But with this sick shorthanded goal he embarrasses every single Växjö player on the field. Even the ones on the bench. And the coach and the mascot and even the janitor.
By winning the elite category of this year’s Czech Open 2016 tournament Erä Viikingit might approach as the new powerhouse of international floorball.
In the upcoming Superligan season three clubs will be playing in a floorball palace you had always been dreaming of. Welcome to Uppsala’s IFU Arena.
This spring Innebandymagazinet crowned Rasmus Enström player of the year. For the second time. The career of the 26-year-old forward goes hand in hand with Sweden’s resurrection as world’s strongest floorball nation. A portrait.
To some it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Other don’t care. We’ve summed up, why you must not miss going to Prague and participate at the Czech Open.
This summer Kim Nilsson shattered a very special record by becoming the world’s most expensive floorball player. The superstar did not return to AIK Stockholm, but instead joined FBC Kalmarsund, a club in the second highest Swedish competition. How did all this happen?
There were several amazing comebacks in floorball history. But what was going to happen on October 18, 2015 in the Salibandyliiga match between SPV and Erä was from a different planet. Four minutes before the end Erä was leading 6:0. But it ain’t over ’til it’s over, right?