Technique and action describe this team sport mainly for young people with physical disabilities. The electric sledge has three wheels and to score the player must show good skills in ball control, reactions, overview and understanding of the high speed game!
Division A, B, C.
Division A is for high experienced teams comparable to Danish division 1.
Division B is for medium experienced teams comparable to Danish division 2.
Division C is for less experienced teams comparable to Danish division 3.
FIFH as organizer reserves the right at any time to move teams between divisions.
Saturday Feb 10: Group stage
Sunday Feb 11: Play-offs and final
500 SEK/team (IF the team brings 2 referees)
1250 SEK/team (IF the team brings 1 referee)
1500 SEK/team (IF the team brings no referees, NOT RECOMMENDED!)
Format of play
According to the Danish Electric Hockey rules.
Depending on the entries, the organizer reserve the right to place teams in different classes in accordance to previous results and qualification.
Maximum 6 players per team.
There is a limited number of participants allowed.
The event is unlicensed, means there is no requirement for license holding.
Directly after final match on Sunday. Gold-, silver- and bronze medals. Prize money will be awarded to the winning team.
The teams must be dressed in uniform club outfit consisting of home- and away clothing.