KBFF and Beyond

For example, Beyond staff found that the young people hanging out at the void deck of a rental block were keen on floorball and roped in a floorball club to teach them the sport. Beyond also organised floorball tournaments and invited their parents and neighbours to cheer the youngsters on.


The TGIFloorball program for our kids in the neighborhood was mentioned briefly in the Straits Times last week.

Being able to afford to play a sport like floorball which requires expensive equipment and a specialised venue is a luxury.

So we started smol by partnering our Orcas’ coach Sonia Teo who has years of experience coaching kids.

She bought some junior floorball sticks online and we ordered a pair of portable goalposts from Jokasports.

The group grew in attendance and they showed us their commitment by attending training punctually and with tons of energy.

Soon enough, sustaining the program was becoming difficult for us because of competing stakeholder interests and issues like securing a proper long-term venue.

But the team pressed on and soon, we saw the light. We now have a proper venue thanks to Kebun Baru CC and we can organise floorball events with the support of Kebun Baru CSC. Along the way, we have also met many supportive parents who volunteered to settle the small things like arranging snacks for the sessions.

Importantly, all that we have achieved so far would not have been possible without our coach Sonia Teo and my awesome KBFF teammates supporting the kids at events and training sessions.

Thank you for the shared belief and for doing this with one united team spirit.


Division 3 in 2019

The floorball scene for women is indeed growing strong with a record 15 teams competing in the upcoming Division 3 league.

  1. Alpha Bandit Coyote
  2. Athena Pink Flamengos
  4. Katana FC
  5. KBFF Orcas
  6. Merahan Sparrows
  7. MT Athena
  8. NTU Storm
  9. Pei Hwa Secondary School
  10. Police Sports Association
  11. Supernova
  12. Tampines Floorball Club
  13. Vaalia FC
  14. VJC
  15. Zyrus FC

All the best teams!

New Timeline for the League Season Commencing in 2019

The new season of each league will commence at the start of each FY (Financial Year)
instead of the previous August commencement.

April to Aug – Men’s and Women’s Premier League, Women’s Division 2
Aug – Singapore National Games / GetActive Games
Aug to Nov – Men’s Division 4, 5 and 6 or Men’s Division 2 & 3, Women’s Division 3
Nov to March 2020 – Men’s Division 2 & 3, Women’s Division 3 or Men’s Division 4, 5 and 6

April to Aug – Men’s and Women’s Premier League, Women’s Division 2
Aug – Singapore National Games / GetActive Games
Aug to Nov – Men’s Division 2 & 3, Women’s Division 3
Nov to March 2021 – Men’s Division 4, 5 and 6.


Meanwhile, KBFF Orcas are training hard for the upcoming Division 3 2018 starting in January. We have a sweet deal if you are a goalie or am keen to play as one. Contact us to start!

Level 1 Coaching Course

From the Singapore Floorball Association:

This is something for you budding coaches!

Just a heads up – our registration will only open on 29 October and close on 28 November. Only limited slots available! Once the slots are filled up, the registration will be closed.

Those with friends/family interested in signing up for the course, please let them know early.

To find out more, click on the link: http://bit.ly/L1CoachingCourse

Children’s Day TGIFloorball at Kebun Baru CC


The kids in Kebun Baru had a blast on Children’s Day with a floorball hit around party on 5 October 2018. Special thanks to Créatifcentrique for their special furry guest who enthralled our kids between their floorball matches.


A HUGE thank you to our players for their  constant effort in making our community floorball events a massive success every time! All this is never possible without you girls.