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Videolink to tournament of Virton

Hi all,

 

please click link below to see a 2 min video from the tournament in Virton. Info in French on floorball.

And you also see a few of the victorious lions every now and then…:)

 

http://www.tvlux.be/joomla/index.php/component/content/article/250/8477

The Lions wins Belgian Tournament

Early Sunday morning, the 4th of September, the Lions gathered on a parking lot close to Hollerich in order to head off for yet another Challenge…..

We had been invited by a Belgian team to join them, together with 2 other teams for a one day tournament in Virton, approx 45 min from Luxembourg.

The teams where:

U.C. Meix

Renard de la Hulpe

FBC Loups du Lux

and ourselves…

After 3 interesting and intense matches we managed to take the trophy home with us.

Results:

Roude Leiw-FCB Loups du Lux 6-2

Roude Leiw- U.C. Miex 12-1

Roude Leiw- Renard de la Hulpe 13-1

It was a great day and the team spirit was really superb. A BIG thank’s to all guys and especially to Jan for good organization, coaching and refereeing:)

This was the first edition of this tournament, and i am sure we will be back next year to defend our title!!

Jan with Trophy!!!

A greeting from overseas…

Hello guys & girls!

Glad to hear that you’re going to Amsterdamned again. I expect that you do at least as good this time as last year.

I assume you will update the page after each game so I can follow your progress.

I have found a team to play with here, half of the guys plays for the national team so the level is pretty decent(despite the fact that they lost 39-1 to Sweden in the world cup).

If u just can book the trip over here I will organize a game.

See u!

//Hugo

FCRLL goes Amsterdamned

So its finally official…

The FCRLL will attend this years edition of the international Floorball tournament in Amsterdam between the 9-10.7 2011. We hope to get the best team possible together and to at least repeat last years success with a 9th place in the tournament….

For more info follow link: www.amsterdamfloorball.nl/amsterdamned

Floorball After Work at Crossfire

Friday the 1.4.2011 we meet for a little after work session at Crossfire. All Floorball friends are invited. Asa will provide us with some fingerfood, which will generate a small cost for us. But it is worth it.

An E-mail with further details will be sent out through bokat.se for you to sign up. Feel free to add a guest if you plan on taking someone with you.  We start at 18.30 hrs. Hope to see you there!!!

Magnus

Behind the scenes during the Mens World Cup 2010

Check out some of the action you normally don’t have access to…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lIVHRmL6pk&feature=player_embedded#at=64

Check out some coolstuff on YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=floorball+tricks&aq=1

The Shop… on its way…

The official Floorball shop is taking shape behind the curtains.. Our german It-specialist Alexander is working on it as we speak..

Here a sneak preview:

More infomation material on Floorball available

Check under About Floorball/Unihockey to read or downoad more info on this great sport.

Match against the Belgians 09.02.2011

Only 1 week after the establishment of our floorball club Roude Leiw, historically the very first such club in Luxembourg, a friendly game against Aubange took place.

Aubange is currently standing in second place in theBelgian league and also disposes of a few players from the Belgium National team. An exciting and challenging game was guaranteed.

The motivation of theLuxembourgers was obvious from the very beginning. All the members arrived on time which would never happen on a training day. Everybody passed through the first challenge which consisted in fitting into our small size shorts. (This prevents unfit players from participating in the game.)

After the warmup the game tactic was determined based on the system 2-1-2, whereby players took up the following positions:

Defenders
– Tomas Boysa + Zdenek Soukup
– Jan Nordman + Magnus Hylander
Centers
– Jan Jakovec and Colm Cannon
Wings
– Daniel Hylander, Henri Montin, Peter Bemko, Yuri Jacobs and Richard Trojan

At the beginning of the game we found ourselves a little bit unorganized and stressed. The Belgians were controlling the ball and got into a few shooting positions. Unluckily 3 of them ended up in our net within the first 10 minutes. It was the right time to finish our warmup phase. We improved our combination, kept the ball on our sticks and got in a few shots. 2 minutes before the end of the first period Henri Montin sneaked in between Aubange defenders, accepted a pass at full speed, outmaneuvered the goalie and scored, 1-3.
The goal right before a break was great motivation for us.

The second period started with much more confidence on our side. The team was in an offensive mood. One shot after another bombarded the Belgian’s goalie. Aubange attempted a few breakthroughs but always ended up on our uncompromising defense. The pressure was fruitful. Peter Bemko stopped the ball dead, shot it across into the net and it was 2-3. Colm Cannon’s strong participation throughout the game paid off, resulting in goal 3-3. Unfortunately 1 of the few Aubange’s attempts ended up in our goal, 3-4. A few moments later Jan Jakovec ran from the left side into the center and surprised himself, the rival’s defense and the goalie with a bouncing backhand slap shot, 4-4. A moment before the end of the second period Aubange profited from our ball loss and scored again, 4-5.

The beginning of the third and last period was cruel to us. From a little Aubange exploited a lot, 4-6. The game was drawing to a close. Active Peter Bemko shot and scored his second goal in the match, 5-6. The same formation stayed on the pitch. A few seconds after a face off Daniel Hylander alias Messy found himself in good shooting range and with an instinct of a serial killer found a victim from Belgium, 6-6. Aubaunge started to panic, playing erratically and committing fouls. Unluckily for them, the tough Luxembourg squad is pretty familiar with a physical game. After one of many combats Jan Jakovec won the ball, fought through the opposititions defense right in front of the goalie and placed the ball firmly in the back of the net, 7-6. The score did not change until the end of the game and Roude Leiw would celebrate their first win in the historical first game as the National Team of Luxembourg.
This victory is a reward for all the hard work and effort put into the training for each Roude Leiw member. It is a great incentive to keep up our hard work and keep improving for future games.

Jan

No practice during School Holidays

26.3-10.4.2016

5.5.2016

14-22.5.2016

23.6.2016

16.7-14.9.2016

Please ignore any invitation from bokat.se during these weeks.