- A floorball club is a community of people (geographic most likely but can also be an organization or company) that gather for recreational play.
- It is identified by the community or organization name and usually plays without keeping record of wins or losses.
- They may mix teams up every week or have set teams who participate against each other weekly based on a set age bracket
- Clubs usually comprise of a larger span of age group and gender.
- Floorball clubs usually play within their own community facilities and can run organized recreational club leagues among local players within their community
- Clubs can buy their own equipment and share them with participants. Players can also bring their own floorball sticks.
- Referees are optional depending on the age bracket. Most referees are newly certified or in training.
- Clubs can offer weekly drop ins, minor hockey cross training clinics, school workshops and birthday party events
- Players who complete weekly are required to be members of the Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) and National Sport Organization (NSO) and pay annual dues