About Us

The Alberta Floorball Association, operating as Floorball Alberta, is the official governing body for the sport of floorball in the province of Alberta, and is a member of Floorball Canada.

It was founded in August 2010, and is the official replacement for the Alberta Unihockey/Floorball Federation, which is now defunct as of 2009.

The Alberta Floorball Association is incorporated as a society in the province of Alberta, Canada, and runs its operations out of the city of Edmonton, a Canadian floorball hub.

Floorball Alberta has 6 branch associations, each with its own region that it oversees, based on population.

These 6 regional associations are:

  • Calgary Floorball Committee
    Includes the cities of Airdrie and Calgary

  • Central Alberta Floorball Committee
    Includes the cities of Camrose, Cold Lake, Lacombe, Lloydminster, Red Deer, and Wetaskiwin

  • Edmonton Floorball Committee
    Includes the cities of Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, Spruce Grove, and St. Albert

  • Northern Alberta Floorball Committee
    Includes the city of Grande Prairie and the specialized municipality of Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray)

  • Rocky Mountain Floorball Committee
    Includes the towns of Banff and Canmore, and the specialized municipality of Jasper

  • Southern Alberta Floorball Committee
    Includes the cities of Brooks, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat
Each of these committees has its own Board and the Director of each Branch Association also sits on the Board for Floorball Alberta.

For more information, please contact us at info@floorballalberta.com.