Amsterdamned 2022 -Info
Info about Amsterdamned 8-10 July 2022
(Update: march 17, 2022)
We currently have 22 teams who have signed up. In total we need 40 teams to make the tournament happen.
Important: we need 40 teams who HAVE PAID the fee by march 27th 2022. If we don't have enough signups by then - we need to cancel this years tournament as well.
Therefore we recommend you to NOT book flights/hotels yet in case the tournament will be cancelled. If you have paid, but the tournament is cancelled - you will of course get your money back.
Please note that the tournament is going to be organized by Jani Laukko, for any questions - please contact him:
Sign up and pay today!
(Update: march 13, 2022)
We are planning to see if Amsterdamned 2022 can still happen, but we need your help.
Jani Laukko will be the organizer for the 2022 tournament. In order to make the tournament happen he needs a total of 40 teams to be signed up before march 20th.
If there are not enough teams who have signed up AND paid, by march 20th - the tournament will be cancelled.
So please sign up on the link below and make sure you pay straight away. Info regarding payment - please contact Jani directly on:
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Time and Place
Time: Friday-Sunday. Exact times to be decided.
Location: Sport Hall Zuid in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Some more Information:
Men - big field
Ladies - big field
Note. Mixed teams and swapping player are not allowed!
Number of teams
We can accept 28 male teams and 12 ladies teams.
Amount of games
All teams will play a minimum of 6 games, some teams going to the finals will play 7. All teams will play 2 games on Friday, so make sure you book travels accordingly. Games start on Friday around 10am.
1) The standings in a group are determined based on:
- number of points (3 for win of a game, 1 for draw), if equal;
- goals scored minus goals conceded, if equal;
- goals scored, if equal;
- result of direct match between the teams, if equal;
- less bench penalties, if equal;
- draw by the organization
2) Tying a game is accepted in the group games but if a game is tied after regular playing time in a PLAYOFF game there will be a penalty shootout, starting with 3 shots for each team. If its still tied, penalty shooting continues one at a time (in the same order and with the same 3 players that has already made one attempt) until one team scores a goal and the other team misses (sudden death)
3) Playing time is NOT effective. In other words, time will not be stopped when the ball is out of play. The Exception is in the final where the last 3 minuts will be effective time. Likewise time-outs are not allowed in any game but the final where both team have the right to take one time-out.
4) If your team has not arrived and/or are not ready to play 5 minutes after the official game start you will lose the game 5-0, so please be there on time!
5) In the case of teams having the same dress colors, the one listed as the away team in the official match schedule is obliged to change shirts.
6) The games will be played according to official IFF rules if not mentioned otherwise in the above rules. This also means according to new changes that the ball can NOT intentionally be passed to your own goalkeeper.
7) In situations where none of the above rules apply, the organization has the right to decide.
The tournament will be played according to the valid IFF rules with the exception that there will be no team timeout in the group matches.
€ 350- per team
Registration is only confirmed once the tournament fee payment of € 350,- has been received. The following rules apply for refunds when teams cancel their registration:
As every year, Amsterdamned 2020 matches will also be refereed by top level international referees.
For those of you who have not played Amsterdamned before: We need all teams help with doing table (game secretary) duties. Now, the good news is that you only do it after you played a game in which you were the away team. This means that you only need to do the duties 1-2 times on Saturday and likely 1 time on Sunday. I very much appreciate your help here. There will be instructions available on the table, its really very easy job and a good way of getting the best seats for other games.
Awards will be given out to the winners of the tournament (plus some extra special prices...)
After the games on Friday there will be a Barbeque for hungry and thirsty players. This year the party will be at Macy's (same place as last year) which is on walking distance from the hall. http://www.haarlemmermeerstation.nl/
During the tournament physio therapy students will be giving free (for a small tip) massage and help injured players.
The participating teams/players are NOT insured by the organizers. General travel insurance is recommended for all participating players.
Camping: the camping closest to the sport hall is camping Het Amsterdamse Bos. It is located approximately 10 min by car from the hall. Have a look at the following site for the complete list of campings in and nearby Amsterdam. http://www.amsterdam.info/camping/
Hostel: The hostel with the most bed space (600 beds) in Amsterdam is the Hans Brinker Hostel. In recent years many tournament teams have took advantage of this hostel. It is ideally located right in the center (close to Leidseplein) and is a good place to see the city as well as get to the tournament venue either with rented bicycle or public transportation.
Another good choice is Vondelpark Stayokay hostel. It has about 500 beds at disposal any time of the year and is located very centrally overlooking the main park in Amsterdam and also very close to Leidseplein square:
Not all Hostels are prepared to take bigger groups but if you are coming with about 10 people there should not be any problems.
Hotel: If you are prepared to pay a bit more for more comfort there are of course a wide variety of Hotels to accommodate your team. A few good links for Hotels are:
If you have any questions or are in need of assistance to find accommodation, please feel free to contact us.
Please note that it is not possible to sleep in the sports hall.
Amsterdamned is played in the sport hall Zuid in southern Amsterdam, right next to the Olympic stadium. Facilities in the venue are really good for Floorball and the location is easily reached from either Amsterdam or other cities. If you come by a car, parking spaces are available nearby the sport hall.
If you stay in Amsterdam, trams and other public transportation will get you there easily. Naturally the best and fastest way to get around in Amsterdam is always by bike. It is a pretty good idea to rent a bike for the tournament weekend, but be aware to lock your bicycle properly. Out of around 600,000 bicycles in Amsterdam, 100,000 are stolen every year.
Telephone: 020 305 8305
From Centraal Station
Bus 170 (direction Mijdrecht, stop IJsbaanpad)
Bus 171 (direction Mijdrecht, stop IJsbaanpad)
Bus 172 (direction Mijdrecht, stop IJsbaanpad)
Tram 24 (stop IJsbaanpad)
From Muiderpoort and Amstelstation
Bus 15 (direction Sloterdijk, stop Stadionplein, 10 min walk)
From Bijlmer, Duivendrecht or W.T.C Station
Metro 50 (direction Isolatorweg, stop Amstelveenseweg)
From Station Sloterdijk
Metro 50 (direction Gein, stop Amstelveenseweg)
For more information about public transportation in Amsterdam have a look here.
For pictures and videos, visit our facebookpage: Amsterdamned Facebook Videos & Pictures!
If you have any questions regarding Amsterdamned 2020 Floorball Cup please let us know. We are working hard to make your tournament weekend an event to remember.
Amsterdam Floorball Tournament