A floorball show by Grunden Bois

12/7/2014 6:28:37 PM -

During one of the pauses in the match between Sweden and Germany, Grunden Bois, a sports club for people with disabilities, showed off their floorball abilities to the cheering crowd at Scandinavium. 

The sports club from Gothenburg is club for everyone, although above all for players with disabilities. They have approximately 270 active members in the ages from 6 to 53 and groups C and D were today given the chance to run on to the court in Scandinavium together.

− It’s awesome to have a WFC here in Sweden and it was just as mind-blowing for Grunden Bois to play here today as it is for Sweden to play in the final, Thor Guttormsen says. Guttormsen is one of the driving forces behind the club.

The club was also awarded the prestigious scholarship Solstickepriset during the match. Solstickepriset is given to a person or club that makes an effort beyond the ordinary for others. Some of the money will be used for the new club house at a multisport arena, which will be completed by the summer of 2015. But the money will, above all, benefit the players.

− The scholarship is an acknowledgement that we do something right and that it’s appreciated by others. The crowd told us that today, anyway, Thor says.  


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