Farnham Junior Teams
Farnham Fireballs and Farnham Shootings Stars are two
junior teams who provide continuous floorball from the age of 8 through
to 15. After school year 10 players are welcomed into Southern Vipers
training sessions at Farnborough. Click on the logos below for more details
of their website designed by one of the players.
Child Protection for Under-18s
All of our
coaches are DBS checked. Anyone under 18 years of age can contact the
club at any time if they unhappy or worried about the way they have been
treated by any member of the club, either at training or travelling to
or from training or matches. All calls are treated as confidential. Child
Welfare Officer is Peter Goodman, mobile phone 07597 111001. There is
more information about this subject on page 3 onwards in our club policies:
Policies and Constitution
The Club's Second Team - Southern Venom
Southern Venom is made up of teenage players and veterans and is going
to join the brand new SEL Division 2. The UK Floorball Federation has
created the second division of the league to accommodate the increasing
number of teams in the area and to help bridge the speed and skills gap
between youth and full adult floorball.
Wednesday & Friday Training
All the dates of training sessions can be found on our
'teams and training' page of this website. Please also see our Facebook
page for updates.
The Friday training sessions at Weydon sports hall and experienced
adult and junior players are welcome to take part. We train in the sports
hall at the back of the school, postcode GU9 8UG, starting at 18:45.
Vipers Qualify for National
Southern Vipers is Farnham's local adult floorball club
and their first team has made it through to the National Championships
which will take place in Perth in Scotland in May. Floorball is currently
dominated by teams made up mainly of international players, however all
but 2 of the Vipers players have come through Farnham's youth floorball
team, the Farnham Fireballs.
After a tough 2017/2018 season the Southern Vipers team regrouped and
came back stronger, finishing in the top 3 to qualify for the nationals
in the extremely competitive UKFF South League. Tom Jeffrey was the second
highest MVP with 42 goals or assists but it was really a full team effort.
The club's 2nd Division team, Southern Venom, finished 2nd in their league
only 3 points behind Slough with 15 points.
Both teams train at Farnborough Leisure Centre and the club welcomes
players who wish to try out this new sport. Training sessions take place
at 7pm every Wednesday except for 6 weeks in high summer and Christmas.
There is also training at 6:45pm on Fridays at Weydon School sports hall.
The youth sessions
for school years 8 to 10 restart again after Easter on Saturday 27th April
at 5:30pm in Farnham Leisure Centre.