FloorballCopyright: © HSZ Walter
Floorball is a type of floor hockey developed in the 1970s in Sweden, Finland, and Switzerland, which combines elements from field and ice hockey. It is suitable for both men and women. It's less about strength or body size than it is about mobility, speed, and technique. In contrast to field hockey, extremely lightweight plastic balls and sticks are used. This results in a very fast team sport, played here without a goalkeeper and large equipment and in a mixed team. Easy to learn techniques and focus on the team sport make floorball, also known as unihockey, innebandy, and salibandy, perfect for beginners.
|Notes regarding the interim sports hall|
We kindly ask for your understanding that due to the extraordinary temporary interim situation, the usual room climate cannot always be guaranteed.
Until the temperature control in the Interim Sports Complex is adjusted, sports classes continue as usual. We recommend dressing a bit warmer or bringing a jacket. The University Sports Center is actively working with a specialized firm to resolve the situation promptly. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
|Interim Sports Hall|
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To participate you must bring a separate, clean pair of gym shoes. Sticks are provided.
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