Special Olympics

Special Olympics

Floorball first appeared in the Special Olympics as a demonstration at the 2013 World Winter Games in Korea. It is now an official Special Olympics World Games Sport. Floorball will be part of the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria in 2017.

Special Olympics floorball is a modified version of the regular sport. The games are played 3v3 (with goalies) on a smaller 20m x 12m court or 5v5 with goalies on a standard size floorball court.

Special Olympics Arizona is leading the develop of floorball here in the United States. They are actively pursuing the transition from floor hockey to floorball in 2016 and are close to completing the first ever guide for Floorball as a Unified Sport. For the latest, visit Floorball at Special Olympics Arizona.

To see Special Olympics floorball, click here: Special Olympics Floorball Video

To visit the Special Olympics Floorball page, click here: Special Olympics

To download the latest Rules for Floorball in Special Olympics, click here: Special Olympics Sports Rules - Floorball

To visit the IFF page talking about Special Olympics, click here: SO on IFF