FLOORBALL/HOCKEY. FLOORBALL/HOCKEY EQUIPMENT. Goals Plastic hockey sticks Balls /Puck Pinnies. HOW TO PLAY. There are 5 field players and 1 goalie Game play initiates with a faceoff at the middle of the centerline.
At no time during play should the floorball stick be used to strike anything other than the ball
The bottom of the floorball stick should remain on the floor at all times!
Advancing the ball using a short quick motion while keeping the ball in contact with the stick and the floor
3. Run smoothly with ball touching blade at all times
Moving the ball/puck to a teammate by using a pushing motion by keeping the stick on the floor, using a sweeping action. Always try to pass the ball to a teammate in a more favorable position.
1.Aim the pass ahead of teammate
2.Use a pushing motion
4.Flick the wrist and follow through
2.Cup ball/puck with blade
3.Feet can be used to stop pass
4.If pass is in the air, the body (not head, arms, or hands) can be used to stop pass
When the offensive player uses the floorball stick to shoot the ball/puck into the goal to score a point for the offensive team
ball (transfer weight to front foot)
(aim for corners of the goal)
When the defense steals the ball from the offense, (no stick to stick contact) or putting your stick between your opponents feet
Preventing the ball from entering the goal by blocking shots with the hand, body, foot, or stick, the body should remain low moving from side to side
Occurs when the game begins and after a goal is scored; Two opposing centers face each other, holding their sticks on the floor and the ball is dropped between them; each player tries to gain control of the ball
A free hit is given if an opponent raises stick above waist level, hits, blocks, lifts, and/or kicks another stick or places their stick between the feet of an opponent
FREE HIT VIDEO
When the ball goes out of bounds a hit-in is awarded to the non offending team
HIT IN VIDEO
Place the non dominant hand on top of stick as if shaking hands, place the dominant hand slightly below the non dominant hand, point thumbs toward the blade