CBF - FCBG Offers news, executive members, policies, a calendar of events, and championships information. http://www.broomball.ca
USA Broomball Site for governing body of broomball in the United States provides basic information, tournament listing, league locator and message board. http://www.usabroomball.com/
Australian Broomball Official site for New South Wales and Australian broomball. Statistics, gear, and information on the ice sport. http://www.broomball.com.au
Extractions: Second week of short ice broomball with Raptors up agaianst the Rangers. The Raptors held most of the posession for the early part of the game but found it difficult to get the ball in the smaller nets. 0-0 Halftime. Second half and Rangers opened the scoring with a nice display of short ice passing. Raptors lifted a gear and responded with a barrage of shots on goal but the keeper was stopping everything. Finally, Raptors sneaking one through after a JC Huet shot found Kerryn Lawler with the one timer. Some confusion over the goal but the referee was right on the spot and declared the ball had passed the goal line. Raptors grabbed the lead soon after after a Bryn Shepherd bullet from halfway. Kerryn Lawler bagged a double for the night after some great work from Dani Mitrevski behind the net found Kerryn open in front of goals. Fulltime 3-1 Raptors.
Broomball - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia broomball is a popular recreational ice game originating in Canada and played around the world. It is played in a hockey rink, either indoors or outdoors, depending on climate http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broomball
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search A game of broomball begins with a face-off Broomball is a popular recreational ice game originating in Canada and played around the world. It is played in a hockey rink , either indoors or outdoors, depending on climate and location. Broomball is very popular in the Canadian province of Manitoba, where Saint-Claude is the Broomball Capital of the World. Broomball is also gaining popularity around the world, particularly in the United States, Australia, and Japan. citation needed A typical Broomball ball In a game of broomball there are two teams, each consisting of six players: a goaltender and five others. The object of the game is to score more goals than your opponent. Goals are scored by hitting the ball into your opponent's net using your broom. Tactics and plays are similar to those used in sports such as ice hockey roller hockey and floorball Players hit a small ball around the ice with a stick called a "broom." The broom may have a wooden or aluminum shaft and has a rubber-molded triangular head similar in shape to that of a regular broom. Players wear special rubber-soled shoes instead of skates, and the ice is prepared in such a way that it is smooth and dry to improve traction. Goaltenders generally wear a full face cage in addition to thick padding on the legs, thighs, chest and shoulders. Goaltenders are permitted to use a
Broomball Men's broomball. Sixman, no-check, red-line broomball league played outdoors. If you're interested in cleaning up on the ice rinks, make sure you register. http://www.edenprairie.org/vCurrent/live/article.asp?r=2168
Extractions: You can now register for Rec-a-palooza in the co-ed or men's division. Space is very limited this year, so the tournament may very well fill before the September 1st deadline. Go to Tournaments to register or for more information. Never played broomball before? Start playing now! Our Play Broomball section will give you all the information you will need to start playing broomball. You will find out what you need to get started and where to get it. Looking for a place to play broomball? We have the most comprehensive list of leagues and open broomball events around the world. Many teams have their own web site. Take a peek at some team sites from the USA, Canada, Sweden, Italy and Australia. BroomballTeams.com is interested in promoting the sport of broomball. If you have information to contribute to this web site, please fill out our feedback form. News, tournament information, and league notifications will be posted as soon as possible. Teams Tournaments Find a League Play Broomball ... Links
Welcome To Broomball.com broomball.com the world's largest supplier of broomball and boot hockey equipment. http://www.broomball.com/
Extractions: Running in shoes, on ice, chasing a ball, and having a blast! Competitive Adult Co-Ed Broomball Submitted by Beth V Williams on Fri, 10/29/2010 - 11:44am You will find the Box Scores for each game by going to the Latest Results Menu on the left side of this page and then clicking on each individual game. The new tracking systems is still being built/rolled out so please note the following: - The system only allows the person who scored to be entered. You can look below in the comments section for further details. Submitted by Beth V Williams on Sun, 10/17/2010 - 10:32pm The Baltimore Broomball Club Fall Session I 2010 concluded with 4 hours of highly competitive broomball games on October 14. Submitted by Beth V Williams on Sat, 10/09/2010 - 12:58am Final rankings are posted here: http://baltimorebroomball.com/league_standings
2008 World Broomball Championships Homepage This homepage contain information regarding the upcoming 2008 World broomball Championships to be held in Vancouver/Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada on November 38, 2008. http://vancouverbroomball.net/
Extractions: svarka Message from the President Thanks for stopping by our new website, please have a look around and enjoy some of the moments captured over the years. There’s a fair amount of contact information, in addition to events that are up and coming. I would like to extend my sincere thanks to all members of the NWT Broomball executive for their hard work and commitment to broomball over the past few years. We have a dynamic group of individuals working to make this incredible sport fun, competitive and basically there for all to enjoy. Most of us truly feel this is “The Greatest Canadian Winter Sport” . NWT Broomball has been around “officially” since the mid 1980’s. Some of the same faces still sit on the executive today, which is a testament to the love of this sport by many. We have contributed thousands of dollars over the years towards our Elite players in their endeavor to win medals at the Western Canadian Broomball Championships and the Canadian National Broomball The kids between the ages of 11-18 an opportunity to play our sport for free!! Yep, they even provide the equipment for the kids. If you want your child to participate in a fun sport that offers great cardiovascular workouts for one hour each week, this may be just the sport for your family!! Contact info is on the homepage!
Saskatchewan Broomball Association Welcome to the Saskatchewan broomball Homepage. Please check out our 2010 2011 Calendar of Events! Click here to check out our stock of SBA promotional items for http://www.saskbroomball.ca/
Extractions: The Flock Story: Too Much Time On Our Hands We're not just bored. We're bored, unskilled and kind of dumb. Based on that fact alone, its almost destiny that we ventured into the world of moderately competitive broomball (the equivalent of beer-league wiffleball in the ice-bound sports world). But it was more than just destiny that turned this incredibly less than average team into the sports entertainment powerhouse that the world knows today. It was the inspired genius of founder Jon Passman that brought this collection of talentless rabble together. It is the endless support of our fans who sadly have nothing better to do than to watch men sweat on ice. It is the tireless effort of the players that has turned such motivation and drive into so few wins. It is the complete lack of a life that has led to cool websites, trips to faraway lands and numerous hot tubs spreading the gospel of Flock. But more than anything it is the fact that we're in on the joke that makes us one of the most fun, enjoyable, and entertaining collections people ever to be associated with Broomball. Sure, we may not be winning a title anytime soon (other than "Most Likely to Laugh at Flatulence Jokes"), but damn if we don't have more fun than anyone else doing it. Current News Spring 2010 Season starting Its an even dozen now for teams in the Evanston League.
Broomball: Definition From Answers.com n. A kind of ice hockey that is played with the players using brooms and a soccer ball instead of hockey sticks and a puck and wearing shoes or boots instead of ice skates http://www.answers.com/topic/broomball
Midwest Broomball - Broomball Shoes & Equipment broomball shoes broomball equipment Midwest broomball is an international distributor of broomball shoes, broomball sticks, broomball balls and other broomball gear and equipment http://www.midwestbroomball.com/
Extractions: Midwest Broomball is an international distributor of broomball shoes, broomball sticks, broomball balls and other broomball gear and equipment. We take pride in our customer service and support by offering speedy, same day shipping and handling , which you should expect in every transaction. We are proud to stand by our partners: D-GelÂ®, AcaciaÂ®, Forest IceÂ® and STXÂ® who offer the best broomball products. If you have questions, please contact us and we will return your inquiry promptly.
About Broomball >> USA Broomball Learn about the sport of broomball. How to start a team, find a league near you, the equipment you'll need and the rules to play, according to USA broomball. http://www.usabroomball.com/about_broomball.cfm
Extractions: What is Broomball? Broomball is a winter sport played in ice arenas and community parks throughout the country. It is a game very similar to hockey in its formation and rules, but also incorporates some soccer strategies. The game is played on a hockey rink with two teams consisting of six players on each side (a goalie, two defensemen and three forwards). Similar to hockey and soccer, the object of the game is to score more goals than the opposing team. A player uses a stick (a shaft with a molded broom-shaped head) to maneuver a six-inch diameter ball up and down the ice. Instead of skates, players wear spongy-soled shoes to gain traction when runningÂ on the slippery surface. Let's dispel the myths!
Broomball Rosters are limited to 15 players with the ratio of 4 men and 2 women. Six players shall constitute a team. At the onset of play, no team shall have http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/recreation/intramurals/team-sports/broomball.cfm
Extractions: Overtime will consist of three minutes of additional play. During the first 3 minute overtime the game is played with 5 players and no goalie. If at the end of the first 3 minutes a winner has not been determined, the five-shot rule (shootout) will apply. The five players on the ice will have one shot at the opposing goalie to score a goal. The team with the most goals at the end of the shootout session will be declared the winner
News It is hard to believe, but the 20102011 broomball Season is approaching quickly. Rink construction began this past weekend and the boards should be almost finished by the end of http://www.broomball.mtu.edu/
Bloomington Broomball League (Bloomington, MN) Bloomington broomball Outdoor League is played at Tretbaugh Park in Bloomington, Minnesota. With teams traveling from across the Twin Cities to play at Tretbaugh, it is becoming http://www.bloomingtonbroomball.com/
Extractions: The fastest growing broomball league in the Twin Cities Men's leagues are offered Tuesday and Wednesday. Co-ed leagues are offered Monday, Thursday and Friday (new in 2011) . Registration ends December 11th and games will start the last week in December. We hope you find that all your questions will be answered on the League Rules and How to Register pages, but if not, please use the Contact link at the bottom of the page. The 2011 WinterFete Outdoor Broomball Tournament will be held in conjunction with the Bloomington Winter Fete the last weekend in January. We will once again offer both a men's and co-ed division. The tournament will be held at Tretbaugh Park and you'll be able to register online here at BloomingtonBroomball.com. The 2010 season will be Bloomington Broomball's 4th season under new management. All games are played at Tretbaugh Park on 90th St. and France Ave in Bloomington, Minnesota. As always, you'll be able to register online and through the mail. Here are some league highlights: USA Broomball certified officials used.
Extractions: Home Coaches Resources Downloads ... Contact Us The 2011 GTBL season is right around the corner. Coaches: remember no practicing until after December 1st. Good Luck this season to all of the teams! All Coaches Meetings are at 7:00 pm at Bowsher High School, unless otherwise told. November 11, November 30, February/March 17, April/May TBD Varsity Broomball pins available for $3.50 each. Contact Marya at firstname.lastname@example.org for a picture or more information. Coaches, please email quantity needed in case more need ordered. The GTBL will cancel activities if there is a Level 2 in the City of Sylvania or Lucas County. This emergency must still be in effect 2 hours before the first game for activities to be cancelled. If the coaches are unsure, please contact Dan Bauer The banquet this year will be April 27 from 6:30p - 8:30p at the Tam O'Shanter Field House. Presale tickets are $2 with limited tickets available at the door for $3. Coaches and Players are free. Any team wanting their picture on the website or an updated picture, email it to me!