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What is the difference between floor hockey and field hockey?

What is the difference between floor hockey and field hockey?

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floor hockey uses sticks that are verymuch like ice hockey sticks. Field hockey is a sport with a curved stick, and is played more aggressively then floor hockey. Also, in floor hockey I'm pretty sure you wear more pads, am i right? In fieldhockey you wear goggles and shin guards. Field hockey is played indoor and outdoor, and ages 8 and up have to have goalies. Hope this answers your quetion!!!
Field hockey is where one drunken man plays a hybrid of hockey/cricket and soccer with a bunch of hotties wearing mini skirts. *Must be legal drinking age , no purchase required. Ice hockey is the most popular form of the sport. There is a league of international reknown in north america where spoiled brats can be the divas they've always wanted to be. The game revolves heavily on scoring as many benjamins as possible all the while scoring the least amount of goals required to win a game. Usually two , sometimes three with an empty net! Floor hockey is where the real talent is at. This is where legends are born. (heck that's actually true lol). The goal areas are usually natural objects already in place , such as a dining table , two pots of plants , living room speakers , chairs etc etc. Usually a fluffy ball is used as puck. The purest form of floor hockey is played barehanded using the hand as a hockey blade. The puck is a Pepsi or Coke cap. (perhaps this is mini hockey but it's still played on a floor lol)
Floor hockey is essentially ice hockey on a gym floor, with a soft non-bouncing ball and you're in shoes. I don't know much about field hockey except my mom played it back in the 50s .. should I use some of my rollover minutes to phone her and get some insight ?
floor hockey is played obviously on a floor, and with totally different sticks than field hockey...they are longer, and the toe or head is much longer and you can use either side of it. in field hockey, the toe is short and one side is round, and the stick is shorter. i'm pretty sure floor hockey is played with less than 11 players.
well floor hockey is sorta like ice hockey while field hockey u use differant types of sticks which i think looks weird and instead of a puck u use a ball and goalies are not mandatory

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