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The Czech Republic hosted the World Floorball Championships in 1998, 2008 and, how els could it be, will do so again in 2018. A good opportunity to look where we’ve come from.
Canada’s city of Belleville has done some great job hosting the Women’s U19 WFC this year. So the IFF Central Board granted the Men’s U19 WFC 2019 to Halifax. This is where it’s going.
The Svenska Superligan is going global. The Czech Pay TV station Nova Sport just added the strongest club competition on this planet to its broadcast.
The king is dead, long live the king. We enjoyed our time in Riga and learnt so much. More or less. In 2018 Prague will be hosting the event and there’s a lot to consider.
At the World Floorball Championships in Riga success is a question of money, too. Many smaller federations try to save their budgets with crowdfunding. But they fail. So how to do it right?
Just before the final weekend we look back at a vivid tournament, full of awesome moments making this whole WFC just epic. Actually, the best is yet to come.
No goal scored, no pass made. The World Floorball Championships haven’t started yet and we already know how all is going to end. Sorry for spoiling.
The World Floorball Championships are starting this weekend. For the first time they will take place outside of the top four countries. A good idea. This is why.
Finally floorball has its own little fantasy world. The new project has already launched and will be covering the coming WFC in Riga. So if no national coach nominated you, this is your chance to shine.
Altogether 33 hours of competition will be streamed from the coming Men’s World Floorball Championships on the IOC’s new Olympic Channel. But what does that platform really mean for sports and floorball in particular?
You know all the stars? You saw every final? Wanna prove you’re pro? Then take on our World Floorball Championships Superquiz. 10 questions, not more, not less.
Do you know the lightest floorball stick in the world? We’ve compared the latest superlight models produced by the biggest brands on the market. And we have some really nice competition going on here.
To promote a sports competition efficiently, you need a strong online presence. Hidden in the dull structure of the Swedish federation website the Superligan was not even close to that. Now the presumably strongest league in the world launched its new web portal. And it’s more then disappointing.
AIK had just won its opener against Linköping, Falun lost its previous game 6:9 to Växjö. Then one these days came, when nothing works out. Or everything works out, depending on the perspective.