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Would you like to become a blogger on FloorballToday?

Good news: FloorballToday offers you the opportunity to write about your floorball league, team, club or country!

In January 2020 we decided to change the ‘old’ FloorballToday – with news items – to our new FloorballToday 2.0, we talked about what we wanted to write about. Our ‘own’ articles are about tactics, technique, equipment, and other floorball related issues.

But what about other blogs?

Kimmo gave us the idea to make our site available to other bloggers. Since the start of this season, Kimmo is the one who covers the German Bundesliga with a weekly blog full of match reports. Thanks to him, the German league gets the attention it deserved to get a long time ago already.

Do you have something that deserves this attention too? And do you think it would be fun to write about this? Then let us know!

But wait a minute – you can also choose other subjects to write about. Do you know much about floorball equipment? Or do you test a new stick or magazine every month? Are you perhaps a coach who wants to share his knowledge? A goalkeeper with tips? Are you an interviewer at heart? We offer you the opportunity to use our platform for your articles.

Contact us quickly so we can discuss the possibilities!

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