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Please submit sites about bandy to this category. Please note that sites not in English should be submitted to the appropriate category, i.e.:

Dutch - World/Nederlands/Sport/Hockey/IJshockey/Bandy/
Finnish - World/Suomi/Urheilu/J%c3%a4%c3%a4pallo/
Norweigian - World/Norsk/Sport/Bandy/
Russian - World/Russian/%d0%a1%d0%bf%d0%be%d1%80%d1%82/%d0%97%d0%b8%d0%bc%d0%bd%d0%b8%d0%b5_%d0%b2%d0%b8%d0%b4%d1%8b/%d0%a5%d0%be%d0%ba%d0%ba%d0%b5%d0%b9/%d0%a5%d0%be%d0%ba%d0%ba%d0%b5%d0%b9_%d1%81_%d0%bc%d1%8f%d1%87%d0%be%d0%bc/
Swedish - World/Svenska/Sport/Bandy/
Bandy is played on an ice rink the size of a soccer field with a low barrier along the side of the rink to stop the ball from rolling out of play. Teams are composed of 11 players on skates, who work to shoot the ball into the other team's net and prevent the other team from scoring into theirs.
Please submit English-language sites about broomball to this category. Please note that all non-English language sites can only be listed in World/.
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.
Please submit general sites about field hockey to this category. Please submit sites about field hockey teams and clubs to the Clubs category. However, please submit all non-English language field hockey sites to the most appropriate subcategory in World/. Submitting your site to the wrong category will cause delays in reviewing your site and adding it to the directory.

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Field Hockey, or (just plain) Hockey as it is known in most parts of the world, is a stick and ball game with origins dating back thousands of years. It's traditionally played on grass, but it has become increasingly popular to play on synthetic surfaces at the elite level and in certain countries.
Please submit sites about roller hockey to Sports/Hockey/Roller_Hockey.
Known in various languages as Floorball, Florball, Unihoc, Unihockey, Uni-Hockey, Innebandy, Salibandy, Hockey consom. Particularly popular in Sweden, Finland, Switzerland and the Baltic states. Floorball is played indoors with a hollow plastic ball 72 mm in diameter weighing 23 grams, and carbon/plastic sticks. In each team there are five field players and a goalkeeper. The goalkeeper has no stick. The game is fast and dynamic, with no form of tackling allowed.
Please submit sites for hockey history to this category or one of its subcategories. Please look around at the different subcategories and find the most appropriate one for your site, and submit the site there. This will assist us in reviewing and adding your site quickly.
Hockey has a rich and colorful history that rivals the history of any other sport. Pages dedicated to preserving this history of hockey are in this category. Pages could be devoted to a player, a team, or a league -- or any combination of the three. The common theme is remembering the teams and players of the past.
Official and personal sites for the sport of ice hockey are welcome here. However, please find the most appropriate category for your site and submit it there. This will help us review and list your site quickly.

Please submit sites for individual teams to the most appropriate category within Sports/Hockey/Ice_Hockey/Leagues, i.e., National Hockey League, professional minor leagues, adult, junior, European, high school, youth, or women.

General sites about the sport of ice hockey.
Please submit sites about hockey news and media to this category. However, if your site is about a specific type of hockey (i.e., NHL, floorball, or professional minor hockey) please find the most appropriate category and submit your site there. Only general hockey news and media sites will be listed in this category.
News and media sources for hockey, including magazines, newspapers, TV, radio, and other media sources.
Please submit sites to the most appropriate category. Sites offering roller hockey products for sale should be submitted to Shopping/Sports/Hockey/Ice_and_Roller/. Sites about non-professional teams or leagues shoudl be submitted to Sports/Hockey/Roller_Hockey/Recreational/. Non-English language sites should only be submitted to World as they will not be listed here.
Roller hockey is similar to the sport of ice hockey, but it is generally played on inline skates. Instead of ice, players skate surfaces ranging from driveways to Sport Court rinks. Pucks can be similar to ice hockey pucks, but often a ball is used.
This category contains sites about businesses offering hockey-related services, such as statistics, web site design, or skate sharpening.
Please submit sites about street, road, or dekhockey to this category. However, please submit sites about floor hockey or ball hockey here.
Street hockey, also known as road hockey, ball hockey, or dekhockey, is played with tennis shoes in the street or outside. A rubber ball is used instead of a puck. It can be as informal as a group of kids playing a pickup game on a cul-de-sac or as formal as teams competing for a national championship.
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