FLOORBALL

  1. Easy to start
    As long as the right equipment is available you can start to play Floorball. You can start playing outdoors or indoors if you have at least four people to begin with.
  2. Easy to modify
    Floorball is easy to modify according to the space, facilities, number of people and equipment available. It can also be modified to suit disabled people and people in all age categories.
  3. Easy to play
    You don’t have to be an expert to play Floorball. Anyone who knows how to use and hold a stick is able to learn how to play. The rules are simple and easy.

FLOORBALL / UNIHOCKEY / SALIBANDY

Floorball is easy to learn, fast paced, exciting, safe and low-cost type of indoor hockey. At first glance it resembles hockey but is played with specialised sticks and rules that promote safety and skills
  
Floorball is considered to be very similar to ice hockey and field hockey and countries with a history of these sports show strong growth potential. Normally the game is played with 5 field players and a goalie on each of the opposing teams.
  
  
Floorball is easy to start because it doesn't require any complex or expensive equipment, even at the highest level. The stick and the ball are light and easy to handle which makes it fun to learn. The movement in Floorball is done by running and it can be compared to soccer. 
  


The nature of the game is also very safe because body contact is not allowed. This makes Floorball a great game for mixed teams and children, though when played at the international level the game can become very physical and more tactical.

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