Are you looking for some great sports book to read on your next away game trip? Rather something historical or something funny? Well, here you go. We sat down and prepared a selection of the finest sports literature for floorball players. Have a nice read!
Some floorball legends have never scored an overtime goal, have never made an impressive tackle or stopped a shot. Petr Cerny and his long term referee fellow Jiri Janousek for example. The Czechs have elected their best referees for fifteen times. Petr Cerny and Jiri Janousek topped this ranking thirteen times. The popular couple has made it to the international top as well. Cerny and Janousek have whistled all major IFF finals, the most prestigious one, the WFC Men’s final, even twice (2012 and 2014). A third will not follow. After almost 22 years Cerny and Janousek decided to call…
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.
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 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?
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.
The share of people who match the stereotype of a geek is relatively big in floorball. The reason is pretty simple. However, these guys might be floorball’s secret weapon.
Last May alleged floorball dwarf Canada hosted the U19 Women’s WFC. And the guys did a fantastic job. The opening game between the home team and Japan filled the Yardmen Arena in Belleville, Ontario, with 3.151 fans. And there was more to come.