The 14th Men’s Floorball World Championships will take place November 5-13, 2022 in Zurich and Winterthur, Switzerland.

WFC 2022 Tickets

Tickets for the Men’s WFC 2022 are available here.

You can also follow WFC 2022 Men on different channels:

Official website: wfc2022.ch

Facebook WFC: www.facebook.com/worldfloorballchampionships
WFC Twitter: twitter.com/iffwfc
WFC Instagram: www.instagram.com/iffwfc
Facebook IFF: www.facebook.com/IFF.Floorball
IFF Twitter: twitter.com/IFF_Floorball
IFF Instagram: www.instagram.com/iff_floorball
IFF TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@iff_floorball
Photos: www.flickr.com/photos/IFF_Floorball (please mention the name of the photographer + IFF WFC)
Hashtags: #floorball #WFC2022 #FloorballUnlimited

Live broadcast

You can follow WFC 2022 on different channels:

New IFF Media platform

The new IFF Media Platform is a social media app and web platform entirely focused on our sport. It will display match results, live streams, stats, photos, video highlights and live streaming. You will be able to follow your favorite team/nation and catch live updates of every game they play, with the option to chat with other fans or by uploading your fan’s photo or video during the game.

Currently, the version for web platform and iOS (Apple) APP have been released. If you used the old IFF Event app, you can simply update the old app in the Appstore and register your account for free. Learn more about registration here.

Unfortunately, the Android version is still being verified by Google. As soon as it is published, we will update it here. For Android users, this will be a new app that will need to be downloaded and the old IFF Event app can be uninstalled.

Paywall Live Stream

It will be necessary to purchase a tournament pass or pay-per-view ticket in order to watch the games live.

The cost to watch all WFC 2022 matches in Switzerland will be 19.99 euros.
The cost to watch a match on pay-per-view will be 4.99 euros.

Highlights of all games will be free.

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