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.
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.
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.
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.
What a number? 380 teams from 12 countries. Once again Prague became the capitol of youth floorball for four beautiful summer days. We bring you the medallists and all published final match videos.
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.
Something very special happened this weekend. Sweden lost an international tournament final. Twice. And Finland won. Twice, as well. The World University Championship were hosted by Porto, Portugal, and they offered an outstanding competition.
Sweden is not just a floorball powerhouse in the rink. The national federation presented fantastic statistics proving a strong growth of media coverage.
We all love to talk about floorball as a progressive and modern discipline. Unfortunately most of our clubs are far away from working with appealing designs. 8 rules how to change this.
Tom Kollmar, a young floorball developer from Bonn, Germany, spent six months in Peru. What he experienced “grounded” him, he says. Here comes his story about criminal dogs, broken glass and greatful kids.
Winning sponsors that would finance all of your floorball club’s costs is a heavy struggle. But what do such companies actually look for? What are the criteria making them pick you instead of your local competition?