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Floorball development in Iceland

Some major floorball development steps have been taken in Iceland during the past months. For the first time ever, ... — 7.5.2015

Icelandic Floorball Committee

Name: Icelandic Floorball Committee/NOC Iceland
Association founded: 2005
IFF member since: 2005
Member of National Olympic Committee:Yes
Official web page: www.bandy.is
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Number of licensed players

Total: 314
Men: 167
Women: 84
Men Under 19: 42
Women Under 19: 21
Number of Floorball Clubs: 7


Association Contacts

Head office of the association

Icelandic Floorball Committee/NOC Iceland
Engjavegur 6
104 Reykjavik
Iceland
E-mail: bandynefnd(at)gmail.com


President: Gunnar Gils Kristinsson bandynefnd(at)gmail.com
Vice President: Atli Thor Hannesson atlithor(at)gmail.com
Secretary General: Atli Thor Hannesson atlithor(at)gmail.com
Transfer contact: Olafur Björgvin Sveinsson olafurbsveins(at)gmail.com
Anti-doping contact: Atli Thor Hannesson atlithor(at)gmail.com
Referee contact: Olafur Björgvin Sveinsson olafurbsveins(at)gmail.com
National team contact: Olafur Björgvin Sveinsson olafurbsveins(at)gmail.com
Media contact: Gunnar Gils Kristinsson bandynefnd(at)gmail.com
Education/Development: Gunnar Gils Kristinsson bandynefnd(at)gmail.com
ParaFloorball contact: Atli Thor Hannesson atlithor(at)gmail.com


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Information about the nation

Population: 317 900 est. 2012
Capital: Reykjavik
Language: Icelandic
Currency: Icelandic krona
Time Zone:(UTC-0)





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