Indoor Broomball

  • 12 sticks (6 ea Orange, Yellow) 

  • 1 polyvinyl ball

  • 1 official-size ball

  • 2 goals.

-Equipment Link:

Indoor Broomball

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-Objective:

-Fundamental Movement Skills:

-Equipment List:

To score more goals than your opponents

  • Locomotor

    • Run

  • Manipulative Sent

    • Strike

  • Manipulative Receive

    • Trap

  • Manipulative Retain

    • Dribble

-Setting Up:

  • Select the players for the 2 teams.

  • Distribute the pinnies to distinguish the 2 teams.

  • Explain the rules.

  • Have the teams pick 5 players and a goalie to start on the floor on their own side.  

-Instructions:

  • Explain to the players that the objective of the game is to score more goals than your opponents.

  • Game begins and restarts after each goal with a face-off at centre.

  • Rules

    • Body checking, roughing and high sticking all result in 2 minute running time penalties.

    • High sticking occurs any time the stick is above the shoulders (before a shot, on the follow through, knocking a ball down, or when running with or without the ball).

    • When there is a penalty the other team gets the ball at the place of infraction and a player must pass the ball to begin play.

  • In terms of the goalies:

    • They are the only ones allowed in the goal crease.

    • If a defensive player interferes with the ball in the crease a penalty shot is awarded—an offensive player gets the ball at the blue line is allowed to dribble in and take 1 shot on the goalie (if the shooter misses the goalie gets the ball and play continues).

    • Goalies may use their hands and feet to stop a ball but must pass the ball with their stick.

    • Players are not allowed to go offside

      • This is to prevent a player just standing around in their opponent’s end waiting for a pass from their end.

      • Offside occurs when a player is over the center line before the ball.

      • Their opponents take possession of the ball at the point of infraction.

Queestions

-Questions & Notes:

  • Questions for Understanding:

    • What are some of the best strategies to score points?​

    • What are some of the best strategies to prevent the other team from scoring points?

Questions or comments? 

Please contact Dr. John Byl at:

     JOHNBYL50@gmail.com

     (905) 923-0938

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