Get Your Bank Roll Rolling With Some Floorball!

    by BigThangz on December 12th, 2018


    What Is Floorball?
    Some may not be familiar with Floorball so for those who are not it reminds me of Hockey that we used to play in the gym in grade school, except these pros have some great ways of handling the stick. Floorball is a type of floor hockey with five players and a goalkeeper in each team. Men and women play indoors with 96–115.5 cm-long (37.8–45.5 in) sticks and a 22–23 cm-circumference (8.7–9.1 in) plastic ball with holes. Matches are played in three twenty-minute periods. Floorball was included in the World Games for the first time in 2017 in Wroclaw, Poland. Sweden were the first World Games gold medal winners.

    Forms Of Floorball
    Freebandy
    Freebandy is a sport that developed in the 2000s from floorball fanatics who specialize in a technique called "zorro", which involves lifting the ball onto a stick and allowing air resistance and fast movements to keep the ball "stuck" to the stick. This technique is also referred to as "airhooking" or "skyhooking". In freebandy, the rules are very much the same of those of floorball, with the exception of high nets and no infractions for high sticking. As well, the sticks are slightly tweaked from those of a floorball variety to include a "pocket" where the ball can be placed.
    Streetbandy
    A simplified less formal version of Floorball, played with smaller team numbers, shorter periods and can be played outdoors on various surfaces, including AstroTurf. In its most basic form, it is an informal pick up game amongst friends. However, a more formal version is played in Sweden, with the following structure:
    -3 field players on each team, with smaller overall team sizes (including subs.)
    -small goals, with no goalie
    -smaller playing area, usually closer to a half rink
    -10 minute length
    -tendency towards "first team to score 5 goals in the time limit" rather than traditional scoring. Sudden death on a draw
    -penalties are taken from the centre line
    -most situations arising from the ball leaving play are resumed from a fixed point
    -no physical contact, high sticks or dangerous activity allowed
    Swiss Floorball
    Swiss floorball called unihockey is a revised version of a floorball match. The match is played on a slightly smaller court and often involves only three field players playing on each side, in 3-on-3 floorball. This form of floorball is also slightly shorter, with only two periods of 15 to 20 minutes each played. In Switzerland this form of playing is called "smallcourt" (Kleinfeld), opposed to the usual style of playing on a bigger court, which is called "bigcourt" (Grossfeld).
    Special Olympics
    Floorball at the Special Olympics is slightly modified from the "regular" form of floorball. Matches are played 3-on-3 with a goaltender, on a smaller court that measures 20 metres (66 ft) long by 12 metres (39 ft) wide. This form of floorball was developed for the intellectually disabled, and has yet to be played at the Special Olympics. Floorball was played as a demonstration sport at the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games, and was played as an official sport at the games in 2017.
    Wheelchair Floorball
    Originally developed for players with disabilities, wheelchair floorball is played with exactly the same rules as "regular" floorball. Players use the same stick and ball, and goaltenders are also allowed to play.
    The first ever IFF-sanctioned wheelchair floorball matches were played between the men's teams of the Czech Republic and Sweden, during the 2008 Men's World Floorball Championships in Prague, Czech Republic. In addition to this, there is also an electric wheelchair variation.

    Best Floorball Bitcoin Sportsbook
    When it comes to betting Bitcoin on Floorball you wont a find a better Sportsbook then Betcoin.ag. At Betcoin.ag you can find all kinds of lines for Floorball betting. Betcoin.ag offers more lines then most other Sportsbook that are online. Since Betcoin.ag has been one of the first Bitcoin Sportsbook since 2013 you wont have to worry about sending your Bitcoin over and never seeing it again. Betcoin.ag has 24 Hour Live Chat available if you any questions, they also have a player chat box were you ask questions or talk about wagers you got going, Betcoin.ag has very fast ticket response time. After you win some Bitcoin on Floorball you can get your cashouts in minutes, not days or weeks like other sites. Betcoin.ag has the best LIVE BETTING you will find online, with bets getting accepted fast so you dont miss your line and super fast grading wagers. Betcoin.ag also offers some of the best bonuses you will find out there, Betcoin.ag always is giving away free Bitcoin in contest that run.

    Betcoin.ag Takes Alt Coins
    Got other Cyrpto you like to use to wager on Floorball? Betcoin.ag has got your back, Betcoin.ag does deposits and withdrawls in (ETH) Ethereum,(LTC) Litecoin, (BCH) Bitcoin Cash, (XPR) Ripple, (ETH) Ethereum Classic, (XMR) Monero and DASH. Getting in on all the Floorball action is easy just sign up at Betcoin.ag and send your coin over and you will be in the game in a matter of minutes. To find the Floorball Lines just click on sportsbook, then floorball, then click on the day your game is on you want to bet (most are on SAT SUN) and pick your winner. Good Luck to everyone on Floorball.  Filed under: Sportsbook, floorball bitcoin sportsbook sportsbetting crytpo btc etc dsh bch xrp ltc sports wager pro

    Comments

    You must be logged in to comment