Recently our colleagues from FloorballMedia published another goal compilation. “Greatest Floorball Goals in History” definitely shows some pretty skilled and emotional stuff.
With the World Games 2017 in Wroclaw approaching, the IFF published “Story of Floorball”. A promo video explaining why floorball might be the greatest sport of all.
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.
There is a reason why IBF Falun hired its first czech player. Martin Tokos’ penalty shot skills are amazing. Sweden’s Johan Rehn can explain you why.
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.
When approaching a hit in a rink corner you should get into a stable position. Otherwise you might get a free flight ticket to next floorball season.
There was a time when goalies thought it might be a bold idea to dive into a penalty. Unfortunately there are many ways to react. Patrik Jogbring went for a beautiful lob.
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.
When New Zealand’s national rugby team, the famous All Blacks, perform the Haka, their opponents feel their blood freezing. Some time ago the floorball national team tried it’s best to introduce the Haka to floorball, too.
Sometimes you need to be patient. In last year’s Finnish Salibandyliiga playoffs NST’s wall kept it real as long as necessary. SPV didn’t find a way to score.
Linköping had a brilliant season and eliminated Dalen in the Swedish playoff semis. Also thanks to Jesper Alm who once again proved how beautifully easy floorball can be. Your next penalty shot move.
This coming season World Floorball Champion, Swedish title holder and master of all offensive defenders will be ripping the goal nets in the Swiss NLA. For his Sponsor Sundstedt participates in several video tutorials. A great opportunity to study his incredible bullets.