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IMAGE: <b>Congrats! Spring 2012 Broomball Champions!</b> This year's winning team is Can't Blame Tammey!
Congrats! Spring 2012 Broomball Champions! This year's winning team is Can't Blame Tammey!
IMAGE: 2013 Broomball Champions - KSU Hockey
2013 Broomball Champions - KSU Hockey

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League Information:

All games are fully refereed on our  150' x 80' recreational ice rink. The object of the game is to score more goals than your opponent by hitting the ball into your opponent's net using your broom. Players wear shoes or special rubber-soled shoes instead of skates, and the ice is prepared in such a way to provide extra traction. Tactics and plays are similar to those used in ice hockey and roller hockey.

There is a maximum of 32 teams, with the Blue League designed for teams with three or more semesters of experience and the Gold League designed for teams with less than three semesters of experience. Each team will compete in six regular season games. A single elimination tournament for teams that qualify will determine the champion. The Blue League plays all of its games on Wednesday late evenings and the Gold League plays its games on Sunday and Tuesday late evenings. The Ice Arena will provide helmets, broom sticks and balls. Teams are responsible for providing matching uniforms in the form of t-shirts or jerseys.

Drop-in Information:

Open broomball is designed for players to improve their broomball skills and is played in shoes or special rubber-soled shoes on ice. Players will warm-up for the first 15 minutes and then teams will be formed for the last hour of scrimmages.
  • Each player must sign-in at the skate rental counter and receive a wristband before entering the ice.
  • Only 22 players are allowed at each session.
  • Players must have a stick and wear a helmet in order to play. Equipment is available for rent at the skate rental counter.

    Fee: $300 per team
    Play begins: Oct. 16
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