Official APP

The app has came up with a few news this year! We hope you all welcome the possibility to set up your team, category or group in the "Schedule" by using the plus (iOS) or star (Android) symbol. Thanks to your favorites you will be more clearly informed about the category you are interested in.

 Just as last year, you can find there the basic PFC data, the locations of all the important places - halls, accommodation or meals, as well as information about the accompanying program and PFC game.

Another new feature is the so-called Match Highlights, which will be seen on the Schedule (iOS) and Menu (Android) tabs after the matches in the three selected halls. You'll be also able to see photos from all halls.

In GooglePlay look for PFC App and AppStore PragueFC.


Prague Floorball Cup 2020 is a challenging tournament for both young boys and girls. These categories below are official categories that will be played in January in Prague. We can do some changes but we will introduce them to you in time.

B01, B03, B04, B05, B06, B07, B08, B09

(B10, B11 - 3+1 PFCmini)

G03, G04, G05, G06, G07

(G08, G09 - 3+1 PFCmini)




We welcome every team to the Prague Floorball Cup 2020!

The tournament will be played according to the valid IFF rules.

Number of teams

Our goal is to allow every team to compete for the Cup but we have a limited capacity and when it is reached the teams paying their team fees first will be given priority.

Age categories

B01 (BU19) - Boys born 1.1.2001 and later

B03 (BU17) - Boys born 1.1.2003 and later

B04 (BU16) - Boys born 1.1.2004 and later

B05 (BU15) - Boys born 1.1.2005 and later

B06 (BU14) - Boys born 1.1.2006 and later

B07 (BU13) - Boys born 1.1.2007 and later

B08 (BU12) - Boys born 1.1.2008 and later

B09 (BU11) - Boys born 1.1.2009 and later

B10 (BU10) - Boys born 1.1.2010 and later (3+1 PFCmini)

B11 (BU09) - Boys born 1.1.2011 and later (3+1 PFCmini)


G03 (GU17) - Girls born 1.1.2003 and later

G04 (GU16) - Girls born 1.1.2004 and later

G05 (GU15) - Girls born 1.1.2005 and later

G06 (GU14) - Girls born 1.1.2006 and later 

G07 (GU13) - Girls born 1.1.2007 and later 

G08 (GU12) - Girls born 1.1.2008 and later (3+1 PFCmini)

G09 (GU11) - Girls born 1.1.2009 and later (3+1 PFCmini)

The organizer reserves the right to close any category in case the are less than 8 teams registered.


The competition starts at a group stage. All teams are divided into groups of 4 - 6 teams (in case there is a low number of teams in a category it is possible that there will be just a single group of 6+ teams) where all teams meet in a round robin series (each team meets each team once).

All the teams qualify for the play-off A or play-off B. Their position is determined by their results in the group stage.

All play-off games will cause elimination of the losing team. Semifinal losers will not play a bronze-medal match. Instead, they are awarded bronze medals directly after the semifinal game.

Game schedule

Game schedule will be published on the PFC website. The organizer reserves the right to change the game schedule; the groups, times and courts. Notice about this will be given in time to every team manager in concern.


There are two referees supervising each match. The referees are selected by the PFC organizers. All referees have a valid floorball license for refereeing.

Game time

Group matches, play-offs except for finals: 2 x 15 minutes.

Finals: 2 x 20 minutes.

Time will not be measured effectively with the exception of the last minute of the game. The time will be otherwise stopped in the following situations: a goal, a penalty, a penalty shot, or upon the request of a referee.

There will be a time-out available for each team in every game (30 seconds).

In PFCmini categories (B11, B10, G09, G08) we play 3 plus 1 small courts, 10 minutes running time, instead of 2 minutes penalty there is a penalty shot direct, no play-offs. (more rules in PFCmini section)

Group stage

The ranking of the teams in a group is determined by the amount of points acquired. For a win the team is awarded 3 points, for a draw 1 point and for a loss 0 points. In case of two or more teams having the same amount of points after the group stage, the final ranking will be based on:

1. Points in mutual games

2. Goal difference in mutual games (goals scored - goals conceded)

3. Goals scored in mutual games

4. Total goal difference in the group stage

5. Total goals scored in the group stage

6. Lottery


If there is a tie at the end of a play-off match, there follows a 5-minute extra overtime (sudden death). If the game is not decided in overtime there follow penalty shots. In penalty shots, five players from each team will be selected. If the game is still tied after five rounds, the same players will perform extra penalty shots in single sudden-death rounds until the winner is decided. The order of players can be changed in extra penalty shots. However, it must hold that each of the players has shooted at most once more than any other.


see The Cup & Prizes

Players and rosters

There is no limit in the number of players being placed on the roster of a team. However, only 20 players are allowed to be nominated and play each match.

A player is allowed to play for a single team only (in each age category). It is not allowed to take part in multiple age categories for the player who is listed as an age exception in some category. Boys are allowed to play only in B categories, four girls per team are allowed to play in any B category.

There is a deadline for the team leaders to fill the team roster by December 30, 2019. All age exceptions must be in place by that time. It will not be possible to add an age-exception player subsequently. It will be still possible to add other players to the roster by asking the PFC staff to do so before each match of the respective team. However, this will be possible only during the group stage. The rosters will be finally closed before the play-off stage.

Age exceptions

A team can add up to two players on the roster who are at most one year older than the age limit of the respective category (one year older girl then the respective age boys category counts as an exception too). Such players must be listed and marked on the roster before the tournament starts. It is not allowed to add such players later.

In PFCmini categories (B10, B11, G08, G09) there are no age exceptions allowed.

Team leaders

The person who has been named the team leader is responsible for the whole team during the tournament, inside as well as outside the venue. They are also accountable for the communication with the organizers and jury. The team leader has to be at least 18 years old.

Identity control

The organizer has the right to check the identity and age of the players. The team leader is responsible for making sure that each member of the team has a valid identification card (including a photo) or a passport.


The team leader has the right to file a protest against a serious violation of the tournament rules. If the protest concerns a referee's decision or a game result, both the referee and the organizer (PFC Jury) must be informed immediately after the game (within 45 minutes after the end). The protest must be delivered in written form to a member of the PFC Jury. It has to include a description of the problem and all arguments in full detail. The protest submission is followed by a fee of 100 € which is returned in case the protest is accepted. The verdict of the Jury is final.

PFC Jury

Martin Forman (+420 602 227 444)

Michael Zelený (+420 723 678 663)

Mats Andreason (+46 73 645 61 12)

Dan Nejedlo (head referee)

Ondřej Novák (technical director)


A game is deemed a walk-over (a loss-by-default game) in the following scenarios:

- A team does not show up for a match (until 10 minutes after the match official start time).

- A team does not have at least 5+1 players ready to play at the start of the game.

- A team is disqualified from the tournament.

The result of a walk-over game is 5-0 as usually. It can eventually be another result chosen by the organizer in order to prevent intentional manipulation with respect to the play-off draw advantage.


Each team leader must make sure that all participants from his team are properly insured, both on and off the field. Participation in the tournament is on own risk of the players. Prague Floorball Cup does not provide any group insurance and is not responsible and cannot be made liable for any injury, illness, theft or damage to property concerning the participants.


We demand proper behavior from all the teams so as from their supporters. The PFC Jury reserves the right to intervene in case of misbehavior and, as a measure of last resort, may disqualify a team from the tournament.

We recommend everybody to use safety goggles during the matches. Safety goggles are not required due to different national floorball regulations.


The Cup & Prizes

The name of the tournament is Prague Floorball CUP and that is not just a name for a tournament that is because every team in every category is struggling for The Cup.

We have Four Major Cups 

All Cups and medals are special designed for the event and made by JOFO s.r.o.

The Cup The King 

  • This is a Trophy that will hold names of the winners of categories of Teenagers

The Cup The Prince

  • This is a Trophy that will hold names of the winners of categories young Boys 

The Cup The Queen

  • This is a Trophy that will hold names ot the winners of categories of Ladies 

The Cup The Princess

  • This is a Trophy that will hold names of the winners of categories of Girls  

Winners of each age category are allowed to raise the CUP (which refers to their category) above their heads and take a winners photo with it. And their name will remain written there forever.

  • gold special shaped PFC medals
  • a PFC diploma
  • pack of valuable prizes

Second and third teams will be given

  • silver / bronze special shaped PFC medals
  • a PFC diploma
  • A pack of valuable prizes


Court 1) Sportovní hala Jedenáctka (JED)

walk away distance from court TJ JM CHODOV

address: Mírového hnutí 3, 149 00 Praha 11 - Chodov-Praha 11(map)

station: Brodského (bus - 154, 170, 197)

Court 2) TJ JM Chodov (TJJM)

walk away distance from Sportovní hala Jedenáctka

address: Mírového hnutí 2137/7, 149 00 Praha 11-Chodov (map)

station: Brodského (bus - 154, 170, 197)

Court 3) SH Jižní Město (SHJ)

bus 170 (station Brodského to station Brechtova - 7 minutes)

address: Květnového vítězství 52, 149 00 Praha 11-Chodov-Praha 11(map)

station: Brechtova (bus - 154, 170, 197, 203, )

viz PFC map down below

Courts 4,5,6,7) Hamr Braník (HB1,HB2, HB3, HB4)

courts 4, 5, 6, 7 under one roof

address: Vltavanů 1542, 147 00 Praha 4-Hodkovičky-Praha 4(map)

station: Nádraží Braník (tram - 2,3,17,21 bus - 106, 121)

getting from JED, TJJM  to HB1,2,3,4 (station Brodského bus 170 direction - Pražská čtvrť --> Přístaviště - change to tram 2,3,17,21, direction Levského / Nádraží Braník --> leave station Nádraží Braník and walk 5 minutes - Hamr Braník) it takes about 45 minutes all the way

on map 

find your times here (Brodského --> Nádraží braník)

Courts 8) Hala Slavia (SLA)

address: Vladivostocká 1460/10, 100 05 Praha 10 (map)

station: Kubáňské náměstí (tram- 2, 6, 7, 21, 22, 24)

Courts 9) TJ Sokol Kobylisy (KOB)

address: U Školské zahrady 430/9, 182 00 Praha 8

station: Kobylisy (metro C; bus – 102, 144, 145, 152, 162, 169, 177, 913; tram – 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 24, 25, 77, 93, 95)

Courts 10) Heraldovy Sady (HER)

address: Heroldovy sady, 101 00 Praha 10

station: Ruská / Vršovické náměstí (tram – 4, 13, 22)

Final Arena) Arena Sparta Podvinný Mlýn (SPA)

Kovanecká 27, 190 00 Praha 9-Libeň-Praha 9

station: Divadlo Gong (tram 2,3,6,10,11,12,14,16,17)

viz PFC map down below


You are very welcome to use the official PFC's map.