Southeast Asian Games 2013 starting
Floorball is for the first time a demonstration sport at the 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Myanmar. Three men´s teams and three w... — 2.12.2013
The AOFC consists today of 13 IFF members: Australia, Japan, India, Indonesia, Iran, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
The office of the confederation is placed in Singapore.
The Asian and Oceania Member Federations of the International Floorball Federation decided to form the Asian and Oceania Floorball Confederation (AOFC) on the occasion of the second Asian Summit during the World Floorball Championships 2005, in Singapore.
The following persons belong to the AOFC Central Board:
AOFC Central Board:
Stephen King (Australia)
Sani Mohamed Salim (Singapore)
Pierre Boudville (Singapore)
Geum Sung Kang (Korea)
Ramezenali Davalo (Iran)
Takanobu Yoshino (Japan)
Hwang Joo Kim (Korea)
Christian Bertschinger (New Zealand)
Ryan Elizaga (Philippines)
The Asia Pacific Floorball Championships (APAC) are organised every year. The APAC gatheres all Asian, Oceanian and Australian teams to battle for the championship title of the confederation.
APAC is organised by AOFC (Asia and Oceania Floorball Confederation) and is played in both Men and Women categories. Read more from the IFF APAC web page.
Australian Floorball Association
Japan Floorball Association
Korea Floorball Federation
Malaysian Floorball Association
Floorball New Zealand
Pakistan Floorball Federation
Singapore Floorball Association
Floorball Federation of India
Indonesian Floorball Association
Iran Floorball Association
Mongolian Floorball Federation
Thai Floorball Federation