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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.
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!
Many floorball clubs have already discovered the potential of merchandising for their budget and identity. Others act pretty dozy. But don’t worry, we’ll wake you up.
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.
Some adore them, some hate them. Fortunately, there have been several zorro players who amazed all of us in a very special way. They were not just polishing their ego, they were deciding matches. Here are our five best wizards in floorball history
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…
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.
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?
To spin a nice distance shot into the goal every floorball player needs the Magnus effect. A natural force few know about and even fewer understand. Let us explain.
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.
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”.