Broomball is an exciting and fun variation of ice hockey played on ice without skates. Brooms are used instead of hockey sticks and a mini soccer ball is used instead of a puck. If you just want to have some good, crazy and exciting fun without the competitive nature of hockey, Broomball is your game!

No Skates, No Problem!

Broomball is a safe, fun activity played on a roughened ice surface in regular tennis shoes. A cross between hockey and soccer, players maneuver a six-inch diameter ball up and down the ice using a “broom” (a plastic stick shaft with a molded broom-shaped head) to try and score as many goals in their opponent’s net as possible. It’s a lot of fun, is less challenging than hockey (once again its played in street shoes, so you don’t even need to know how to skate! ), and presents an energetic, fun way to enjoy the Tire Rack Ice Pond.

Fun For The Whole Group

Whether it be a corporate outing, party, team bonding, or a simple get together, broomball at Howard Park is sure to be a hit. Not only is broomball is a great way to have fun with church groups, co-workers, friends and family, but it also is a great option for any group looking for a fun way to build relationships and develop team skills! Up to 12 people can play at a time.