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Peter Shooter Floorball specialist
Peter Shooter
Floorball specialist

+44 330 808 5845
At workdays: 8:00-16:30

info@efloorball.net

Floorball balls

All floorball balls have a weight 23g, diameter 72mm and 26 holes. So why does one ball break after five shots and another one lasts five years? Find out the truth about the floorball ball!

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Floorball balls

Floorball balls

Floorball is a team indoor sport. There is not too much equipment you need, it is basically just a floorball stick and a floorball ball. There are several kinds of floorball balls on the market, for example blue, red, white, with the IFF certification, multicolored etc.

You cannot use the ball in official floorball competitions without the IFF certificate. However, if you can buy a floorball ball with IFF certification you will have the quality and safe product.

Make sure you also have a ballbag in the basket which is necessary for balls storage.

How to choose quality floorball balls?

The common things for all floorball balls is weight 23g, diameter 72mm and 26 holes. What is the difference among these balls? Why does one ball break after five shots and another one lasts five years? Everything you can find in our Floorball clinic:

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