SPV’s Erik Härkönen scored a pretty decent between the legs goal agains Loviisa in a Finnish Salibandyliiga match. After winning a lucky one-on-one he got into a bad angle and did what you’ll try next training.
7.000 players from 19 countries. The biggest floorball tournament of the world, the Czech Open, is starting in it’s 24th edition. Organizer Martin Vaculik explains this incredible success story and talks about a very specific goal left to reach.
Rasmus Sundstedt, Johan Samuelsson, Billy Nilsson, Emil Julkunen. JACT, the first floorball player agency in the world, operates behind most of this year’s big transfers. CEO Jonas Thomsson explains how all began, what the processes look like today and how you can become one of over 100 represented clients.
In 2006 Tomas Kafka was named best floorball goalie in the world. Ten years later he’s still on the top of his game. How to stay up there for over twenty years and why the Czech media love to call him “detective”.
The Swedish SSL is giving more and more room to Czech talents. Martin Tokos is one of them. Moving from Dalen to Falun, the career of the 25-year-old is on a steep rise. “You have to deserve their respect on the field”, he says.
The Swedish Floorball Federation has just released its new promotion video. It sums up the past season and offers great highlights including some historic footage.
The Czech goalie legend Tomas Kafka made some bold move to stop a Vitkovice player from scoring. Smelled like a roundhouse kick. The ref called it a penalty. Right or wrong?
Recently our colleagues from FloorballMedia published another goal compilation. “Greatest Floorball Goals in History” definitely shows some pretty skilled and emotional stuff.
Sweden is not just a floorball powerhouse in the rink. The national federation presented fantastic statistics proving a strong growth of media coverage.
Over one year before Jean-Claude Van Damme carried out his famous split between two reversing trucks Markus Huhtimo performed an almost similar piece in the Finnish Superligan final between SSV Helsinki and SPV.
Yep, there were plenty of great shoot outs. But the 2011 Superligan final in Malmö between Storvreta and Warberg was one of a kind. 11.253 spectators saw a 16-round-battle decided by Stenberg’s game-winner.
Sure, Falun’s Adam Fernqvist is a world class defender. But in the 2012 semifinal match against Storvreta the then 22-year-old scored a world class own goal. Falun lost 5:6 but won the series and a few weeks later the Swedish title.
Looking for some solid floorball motivation for the new season? Check out the highlights of the latest Swedish Superfinal in front of 18.166 spectators. Pixbo grabbing the Women’s title with a 6:5 against Mora, Storvreta winning with 5:4 against Linköping.
Storvreta’s Viktor Klintsten might be world’s best floorball goalie right now. In Riga he could become Sweden’s dealbreaker, too. FloorballMedia sampled why. Here you go with six amazing saves performed by Viktor Klintsten.
There is a reason why Martin Östholm doesn’t like unnecessary passes. There are only unnecessary passes when he holds the ball. FloorballMedia made a little selection. Our favourite is number four, because Östholm proves you can fool six players with just one run.