Broomball is similar to ice hockey: it is played on a regular ice hockey arena with the same intention as hockey and that is to score more goals then your opposition. Broomball players run on the ice using specially designed shoes. Players move a rubber ball, approximately six inches in diameter, around the ice surface with the aid of a broom, and like ice hockey, the teams try to get the puck into the net more often than their opponent.
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Broomball Association of South Australia
Schedules and information about the association.
Canadian Broomball Federation
Offers news, executive members, policies, a calendar of events, and championships information.
Cincinnati Broomball Association
The CBA is a non-profit organization created in 1992 to organize, promote and grow the sport of Broomball in the Greater Cincinnati area.
Chicago area broomball squad. Contains pictures, practice information, a roster with profiles, and statistics.
Greater Toledo Broomball League
Rankings, rules, and information about the league for high school students.
Minnesota Hitmen Broomball Team
A Class B broomball team based out of Bloomington, Minnesota that play in the Augsburg league and all major tournaments. Roster, pictures, awards, statistics, and game schedule.
NWT Broomball Association
Governing body for broomball in the Northwest Territories.
Shane Martins' Australian Broomball
Statistics and information from the ACT Broomball Association, Canberra, Australia.
Site for governing body of broomball in the United States provides basic information, tournament listing, league locator and message board.
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