OTTAWA FLOORBALL LEAGUE
Welcome to the Ottawa Floorball League Spring 2017 Season (May 2nd to July 11th)
Boys and Girls Divisions
East/Central Location - Immaculata High School
Floorball is a worldwide sports phenomenon! This fast paced highly skilled game is even on track to becoming a recognized Olympic sport for the 2024 Olympics.
Floorball is one of the best hockey development sports around, with a focus on stick-handling and eye-hand coordination as well as fitness and endurance training. This non-contact sport focuses all on skill and speed which allows kids of all ages and sizes to have fun in a safe, yet fast-paced environment.
Marian Hossa, Marian Gaborik, Daniel Alfredsson, Henrik Sedin, Mats Sundin, Daniel Sedin, Peter Forsberg and Teemu Selanne are a small list of many players who grew up playing Floorball as kids, and for which many of them still play Floorball today in the off-season.
In Sweden alone, there are over 125,000 registered Floorball players playing in the Swedish Floorball Federation, this number does not include the non-registered players! That's double the amount of people playing Floorball than hockey in Sweden as only 64,000 hockey players are registered with the Swedish Ice-Hockey Federation!
Games are played on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights starting at 6 pm. Participants will play on the same night every week. You can select the night that you want to play on upon registering.
Please note that you can make up to 3 friend requests.
Spring Season runs from the first week of May to the second week of July.
Players registering in the East will play in the east, South will play in the south, etc.
Age groups are classified as in hockey; Novice (2008-10), Atom (2006-07), PeeWee (2004-05), Bantam+ (2003+)
Cost: $80 per season
SHOP HERE FOR FLOORBALL STICKS AND EQUIPMENT:
- 10 Regular Season Games + Playoffs
- Optional Development Drop-in Centers
- Player of the Game Medals
- Playoffs w/Trophies
- A chance to meet and play with new friends
- Accessible locations in the East, South and Central parts of the Ottawa area