The draw and the opening face offs are coming up

The start of the inaugural edition of PFC Spring, which brings the Prague Floorball Cup brand back into the limelight after two years of absence due to the pandemic situation, is fast approaching. The fifth edition of the tournament, the first in the spring term of May, will kick off in Prague on Friday, May 6, and will culminate two days later.

The tournament's long-established system has once again attracted a high number of participants to the Czech capital, as fans can look forward to 196 teams. In addition to the Czech teams, floorball enthusiasts from Poland, Slovakia and Latvia will arrive and over four and a half thousand active players will participate. The first matches will kick off on Friday morning at sixteen indoor venues, with the grand finals to be played on Sunday at the UNYP Arena's extraliga courts at Podvinné mlýn and Sokol Královské Vinohrady. The winning teams will receive a special brand new trophy designed by Jan Forman.

These days, the organizers' preparations are reaching their peak and, among other things, the draw is being prepared, which will be available on the website at the end of next week. "We always try to do our best to ensure that all teams play at reasonable times and do not have to travel too much, but it is not easy to combine two hundred teams. I believe that everything will go smoothly and we will see beautiful floorball," says Michael Zelený, the tournament organizer.

At the same time, the place for team accreditation is also clear, which will be located in the official tournament bistro called Bistro Dvorce at Jeremenkova 920/7, Prague 4 (a few steps from the Dvorce tram stop). Accreditation will be available on Friday from 7:15 to 11:30 am and all teams should complete the accreditation before their first match. The accreditation for the teams participating in the PFC mini will traditionally take place at the Sports Centre of Charles University in Hostivař, where all PFC mini matches will be played.    



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