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Registration Open: Co-Ed Broomball 2018-2019 @ Canalside

The very popular game of co-ed broomball is coming back to The Ice @ Canalside. The 6-on-6 Co-Ed Broomball League (minimum two female players on ice at all times) will take place on Monday evenings, starting November 26, with games running from 6:30pm to 10:10pm. This is the perfect type of outdoor activity for people who are looking for something that is fast paced and competitive, without the burden of owning/wearing skates! This league is for players 18 years and over. It’s considered a competitive-yet-recreational athletic league, where men and women of all skill levels are welcome to participate. 

“Last season we brought a record 17 teams into our Co-Ed Broomball League at Canalside. It was a fantastic season. We had enough teams to break the league into two skill levels, we played a full eight weeks plus playoffs, got some great pics and video action, hooked up all 150 players with beautiful Healthy Buffalo hoodies and had an amazing finale to the season. Let’s do it one better this season and go for 20 teams. It’s an incredibly fun league no matter what your skill level is. Few things are better than playing broomball outdoors on a cold winter night under the city lights with a group of good friends. As always we’ll have some nice surprises and additions in store for you this season as well. Like last season, we are also offering a hefty discount for early registration, so please register your team ASAP and spread the word!” – Healthy Buffalo Founder, Chas Kirsch

Registration Open: Co-Ed Broomball 2018-2019 @ Canalside

Canalside Buffalo, 44 Prime St, Buffalo, NY 14202

Monday nights

Register here

Find out what other leagues are available

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