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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.
Blue is trustful but naiv, green generous but indifferent. Colors are much more than just a visual element. They are a language and they say a lot about your floorball club. Find out what.
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.
What’s worse than boring warm up music? We’ve checked some proper beats and created a playlist that might heat up your pre game. If you like it, follow us on Soundcloud.
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.
Love is a beautiful thing. Her with him, him with her, her with her or him with him. Whatever works, right? But what if you meet that someone special in own club? Our pros and cons.
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.
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.
Unihoc’s MyMove was the most successful campaign in floorball history. Real or fake? Who cares. Here you’ll find all 14 clips with Kohonen, Wijk & Co.
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.
Finland’s Juha Kivilehto is probably the most chilled player on the international circuit. Even in a World Championship final he’s ready to cuddle his opponent.
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.
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.