The ISBHF is very proud of its World Championship properties. The lifetime effect they make on our players, coaches, support staff and referees.
They are a important part of who we are as a federation.
The greatest and best International association there is right here in the ISBHF.
The level of skill, athleticism and inner competition between our ISBHF member nations is evident in the history of these events that have spanned Europe, Asia, North America and the Caribbean.
The pedigree and vast history of excellence is something all ISBHF players, coaches and referees understand. If you want to be the best in the World in ball hockey, and to be recognized truly as the best.
Here at these ISBHF events is where you find that challenge, and that answer.
The CBHA would like to pay tribute to Mr. John Forrest, our first CBHA president (1977-79), who passed away earlier this summer.
After regrouping with two other league owners in Ontario, he formed the first provincial ball hockey association in the country. Three years later, in 1977, he was already founding the Canadian Ball Hockey Association with the help of Al Tomalty and Ken White.
L’ACHB voudrait rendre hommage à M. John Forrest, le premier président de notre association (1977-79), qui est décédé plus tôt cet été.
Après s’être associé avec deux autres propriétaires de ligues en Ontario, il formait la première association provinciale de hockey-balle au pays. Trois ans plus tard, avec l’aide d’Al Tomalty et Ken White, il avait déjà fondé l’Association canadienne de hockey-balle.
We are very proud to announce our 12th ISBHF World Championship in beautiful Pardubice, Czech Republic.
We have a tremendous venue, a proud city and one of our cornerstone Nations in our ISBHF family ready to welcome you for a ball hockey festival.
As interest from ISBHF nations is at a all time high to attend this prestigious World Championship.
A Sheffield ice rink swapped pucks for balls when it hosted an international sporting event for hundreds of competitors from all over the world.
iceSheffield’s Olympic-standard competition pad was replaced by dry, hard flooring for the International Street and Ball Hockey Federation (ISBHF) 2016 World Junior Championships.
Eighteen teams and 600 players and coaches took part in the tournament held over seven days at iceSheffield, which is operated by SIV, bringing more than £750,000 to the local economy.
Individual awards in the 2016 World Cup for Clubs07.08.2016 l Veronika Torokova
Individual awards in the 2016 World Cup for Clubs are presented here:
Goalkeeper: Ahokas Ari (HC Kings)
Defenseman: Minarik Jozef (Oberwil Rebells)
Defenseman: Riedel Tim (Heilbronn Hornets)
Forward: Peddle Allex (Newfoundland and Labrador)
Forward: Fejfar Tomas (HBC Highlanders Prachatice)
Forward: Pietsalo Aki (Peräpohjolan Poropojat)
Best Goalkeeper: Kuusamo Villehart (Peräpohjolan Poropojat)
Best Defenseman: Viitanen Lauri (Pelikassit)
Best Forward: Senecal Jorden (Oberwil Rebells)
Most Valuable Player: Hildreth Andrew (Oberwil Rebells)
Top scorer: Senecal Jorden (Oberwil Rebells)
Fair Play: HC KINGS
Final ranking from the 2016 World Cup for Clubs07.08.2016 l Veronika Torokova
The Final ranking from the 2016 World Cup for Clubs in Heilbronn, August 3-7, 2016 are here:
1. Oberwil Rebells
2. Peräpohjolan Poropojat
3. HBC Highlander Prachatice
4. Newfoundland and Labrador
6. HC Kings
7. Heilbronn Hornets
Web stream from the 2016 World Cup07.08.2016 l Veronika Torokova
Follow today web stream of the games at the 2016 World Cup for Clubs at the following link of the Facebook of Streethockey World Cup 2016:
Live web stream from Heilbronn
WORLD CUP FOR CLUBS,HEILBRONN,GERMANY AUGUST 3-7,16
SCHEDULE DAY 5 - SUNDAY AUGUST 7, 2016 is here:
WORLD CUP FOR CLUBS, HEILBRONN, GERMANY, AUGUST 3-7,16
Individual statistics after Day 4 Saturday August 6, 2016 are here
GOALS, ASSISTS, POINTS, PENALTIES
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