HERE is a list of the dates when we are at Farnham Leisure Centre and in the youth league
FUFC.NET is the website of both the Farnham Fireballs and the Farnham Shooting Stars.
Results of Farnham's First Ever Schools League
South Farnham and Holly Lodge finished in the top positions in the league section thus qualifying for the 1st/2nd place playoff on Friday 10th July. Holly Lodge took an early lead but eventually it was 3-3 with 10 seconds to go and SFS scored to take the first ever FPS league title presented by the Mayor of Farnham, Pat Frost. Walsh 1 beat St. Polycarps 6-1 to finish 3rd overall and Rowledge who actually finished bottom of the league section beat Walsh 2 by 5 goals to 1 to finish 5th. It is possible to download photos from our Photos page by clicking on a photo. The full league results are on the right of this page.
Farnham Shooting Stars are National Cup Winners
On 14th June 2015, Sunday over 170 youngsters from all over England and Scotland made their way to the Gloucester GL1 Centre to take part in the National Youth Floorball Cup competition. Farnham's Under-13 team, the Shooting Stars overcame the Rhinos in a thrilling final and were crowned British champions, the first time they have won it after 6 years of trying. The Rhinos included some international players who now live in the UK and so coach Julian Wenban decided to employ some special tactics for the final. He dedicated two of his top players to mark out one of the oppositions key goal scorer and, as has happened throughout the league season, the players loyally followed the game plan, sacrificing their own chances of being award top goal scorers for the team. The plan worked and the Shooting Stars triumphed, winning by 7 goals to 6 to take home the trophy.
In the Under-16 section FUFC entered two teams, a 'Yellow' development team and the 'Red' team. The Fireballs 'Red' team were competing against teams from as far away as Fife, Hawick and Hastings. After winning 5 and drawing 2 matches and playing some absolutely beautiful floorball they were awarded a place in the final of the U16 competition. Unfortunately some poor marking by the tired players allowed the long distance strikers from the Ilmington Arrows team to notch up 7 goals in the final but the Fireballs never gave up and pulled 3 goals back but were scoring too slowly to overcome the deficit by the end of the match.
The Yellow team enjoyed the day winning a few matches and finished 7th overall.
Charlie Wright was awarded Most Valuable player from Fireballs squad (man of the match is never awarded in this mixed sport) which should help him in his application to make floorball one of the sports comprising his PE GCSE.
Photos from final fixture in the 3 Counties Youth League can be found on our Photos page including the awards for season's top scorers and goalie.
Photos from Farnham Primary Schools League can be found on our Photos page
Photos from our trip to Sweden can be found on our Photos page
Farnham schools league faces off on 8th May 2015. Results will be posted here soon.
Farnham Shooting Stars team
For boys and girls of school years 4,5,6,7. We train at Farnham Leisure Centre at 4:30 to 5:30pm each term time Saturday. First session is free so just turn up and have a go. Beginners welcome. Sticks provided.
Farnham Fireballs team
For boys and girls of school years 8,9,10. We train at Farnham Leisure Centre at 5:30 to 6:30pm each term time Saturday. First session is free so just turn up and have a go. Beginners welcome. Sticks provided.
Floorball For Fun
Floorball For Fun for adults and older teens, £4 for one session, 4:30pm to 5:30pm Saturdays in school term. Beginners welcome, sticks provided. Just turn up and play!
What is Floorball?
Floorball is often described as being like icehockey just without the ice (and not as dangerous).
Do I need equipment?
In floorball all you need to play is a stick, if you don't have one of your own don't worry as at the training sessions you can borrow one of the club's sticks.
It is also wise to bring a bottle of water along with you as Floorball is an extremely quick sport and you can get very thirsty very quickly.
How much does it cost?
The first week is free but after that it costs £40 per school term or £5 per game. And there is an annual membership fee of £20 which only had to be paid after you've played for a few weeks.
Where Are We?
Both the Farnham Fireballs and the Shooting Stars play at Farnham Leisure Centre, Dogflud Way Farnham GU9 7UD. Farnham is a town in the county of Surrey, England.
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