FloorballPro Inc. :: Where to Play

By: Floorballpro  09-12-2011

There are floorball tournaments, leagues, clubs and drop-ins across North America for youth and adults.

Want to start your own Grassroots Floorball league? Contact Juha Mikkola by or phone at 416-972-9305 x101
Don't see yours listed or want to update your information? to get listed for free.

Official Grassroots Floorball Leagues

Official High School Floorball Tournaments

Other Tournaments

Other Leagues & Clubs in Canada

  • Ottawa, Ontario - and or contact

Other Leagues & Clubs in the United States

    Other Drop-In Sessions

    • Lethbridge, Alberta
    • Thornhill, Ontario
      • Floorball for Children and Floorball for Preteens sessions offered
      • Please call 905-944-3800 ext. 3790 to register
    • Thunder Bay, Ontario
      • Tuesdays, at 8 pm, at St. Patrick High School, large gym
      • Equipment provided for beginners and newcomers
      • $10 annual fee
    • Toronto, Ontario
      • 3on3 Floorball Drop-In (For kids grades 5 through 8)
      • $15 per night, $10 packages available
      • 6:30pm - 7:30pm, Monday nights at The eZone Sports Court
      • 120 North Queen St, Toronto, Ontario M8Z 2E2 (1 minute from Sherway Gardens at the NE corner of The East Mall and North Queen)

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The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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