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Champions Cup 2016 website released – 01.03.2016
The official website for Floorball Champions Cup 2016 in Borås, Sweden, has been released. Visit www.floorballchampionscup.eu to find all latest information about the Men´s and Women´s CC 2016.
- We´ll keep filling it with useful information, but already you could find information about the host city of Borås and the venue, Boråshallen. We also present recommended accommodation in Borås as well as short info about the ticket release, set to 15th of March, says Tobias Linderoth, from the local organising committee.
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The Champions Cup includes top level floorball played by the world´s best women´s and men´s club teams. The 2016 tournament will be taking place at Boråshallen arena from 30th September to 2nd October. The Champions Cup is an annual floorball event that is played in Sweden, Finland, the Czech Republic and Switzerland. The fact that women and men take part in the same tournament makes the floorball event unique. The tournament was last held in Sweden in 2012 when Dalen floorball club hosted the event in Umeå.
The CC 2016 website software is NetEazer, a content management tool for managing web content. The software has been built by the Finnish company OpenSpace.
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