Singapore Floorball Association will be organizing the second Technical Officials Course in 2018.
Participants are to be of age 18 years and above, as of 1st Sep 2018.
Course Fees: S$80.00. Payment by Cash/ cheque (payable to Singapore Floorball Association) by first day of the course.
Course Duration: 3 evenings, 1 afternoon (tbc)
Days: Thursday to Saturday
Theory @ 1900-2200 @ 5th and 7th Sep (venue TBA)
Practical @ 1900-2200 @ 6th Sep (venue TBA)
Assessment @ 8th Sep (time and venue TBA)
Revised rules as of 2018, includes match secretary course components (essential for referees w.e.f. 2018)
Things To Bring
– Writing materials
– Sports attire (practical & assessment dates)
Registration closes on Saturday 1st Sep 2018. No entries will be entertained after this date or whichever comes first.
Click on the link below to proceed with the online registration for the 2018 Technical Officials Course.
For further queries, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The photos from the recent Floorball Open under the Singapore Community Games is now available at our Facebook Page.
Or, you can download the lot at http://bit.ly/scg2018floorballPHOTOS !
KBFF has had even more fun floorball action since the last update.
The second quarter of the KB Kids TGIFloorball sessions commenced in April and will conclude with our 2nd Kids TGIFloorball Open during the June holidays. More details soon!
A major highlight of the month and possibly the year! was the team’s trip to Manila to play a weekend of friendlies with the Philippines national team.
The girls had such a wonderful time there. The PHI national team and coach were superb hosts. The atmosphere of the arena was even reminiscent of WFC.
Major kudos! to the KBFF organising committee for making the first team overseas trip smooth and memorable! KBfaf!
In the midst of all this, preparation for the Singapore Community Games (SCG) Floorball Sequel on 13 May got into full swing mode.
KBFF volunteered to co-organise this with the guidance of the friendly folks from PA Community Sports.
It was the first time floorball would be featured at the SCG and the stringent registration criteria (you gotta be neighbours to form a team) was daunting.
Despite initial doubts about whether the games could go on, floorball proved its popularity with more than 40 teams participating! Represent!
Our KB kids got to form teams for the U12 Mixed Open that day too. We are very proud of them!
KBFF is proud to be part of the organising committee for this event. We bring you for the very first time, floorball at the SCG!
Join us on Sunday the 13th of May for the Singapore Community Games Sequel – Floorball 3v3 Tournament at Our Tampines Hub Sports Hall Team Sports Hall.
All details are available at bit.ly/scg2018floorball
Don’t know how to play? Worry not as there will be a floorball clinic conducted by Impetuus for all beginners.
Email us at email@example.com to register! Registration is free- get your friends and family to join!
Tonight was the first 3v3 dedicated floorball event just for kids at the new Kebun Baru CC.
Special thanks to Youth Floorball Academy and Floorball Nation for their support as well.
We have had a flurry of successful events this month which would not have been possible without our wonderful teammates who came together tonight to be guardians, cheerleaders, coaches and bodyguards for the kids.
It is the end of January but it has been quite an eventful month of floorball so far. We start with…
We decided to continue with a second year of TGIFloorball. TGIFloorball is our way of sharing the sport we love by reaching out to people who has never tried floorball.
Our first year was definitely challenging. Amassing floorball sticks for newcomers to use, manpower to be present every Friday to manage the games, and logistics like washing bibs was a scheduling headache for the team.
But, it paid off. Our team met many new people along the way like Hafiz and Herry who were so supportive from the beginning.
One of the girls, E, who joined the TGIFloorball sessions, enjoyed playing so much that she is now a part of our regular KBFF Orcas playing in the Singapore Floorball League.
This year, our TGIFloorball for Kids course for small people aged 5 to 12 years old also include kids from Beyond Social Services, an established charity dedicated to helping kids from less privileged backgrounds.
Friday nights are precious family time for our team and coaches, of course, but the kids’ enthusiasm and eagerness to learn make it worthwhile. Equally, a recreational player making the leap to a passionate, fulltime, now-will-get-grilled-by-the-coach floorballer is a testament to the strength of this scheme which we continue this year.