The European Masters Games (EMG) is an international multisport event that takes place every four years. This year the event takes place in Torino, Italy from 26th July – 4th of August, and Floorball will be on the programme for the first time.

You don’t need to be a world champion, a national team player, or even part of a regular competition. In fact, you don’t even have to be European! The event is open to everyone (as long as you are old enough) from around the world. So, get your friends together and enter a team.


Registrations are now open. Visit the EMG Torino 2019 website for more information.


For sport specific and registration information download the EMG Floorball Sport Guide_Prel


Floorball Competition Schedule

Wednesday 31st July – Training & Technical Meeting
Thursday 1st August – Qualification Round
Friday 2nd August – Qualification Round
Saturday 3rd August – Semi-finals & Final


Competition Venues

Palestra Torazza – Via Torrazza Piemonte 14
Palestra Cecchi – Via Antonio Cecchi 14
Pala Ruffini – Corso Trapani 221/6
Palestra Palatucci – Via Palatucci 12a

The flooring of the venue can be wooden or Gerflor but, from the play-offs phase, only Gerflor venues will be used.


Sport Regulations

  • Games will be played according to official IFF rules if not mentioned otherwise by the local organisers
  • The tournament will be held under the auspices, rules and regulations of the International Floorball Federation (IFF) and the Italian Floorball Federation (FIUF), and will conform to any special requirements of the International Master Games Association (IMGA)
  • At least 5 games per team will be guaranteed
  • The composition of the groups will be decided at the closing of registration
  • Games will be 2 x 15mins during round-robin and 2 x 20mins during play-off stages
  • Each team is required to register a minimum of 6 players, and each team is allowed to use a maximum of 20 players per game


Age Categories

Men: 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+
Women: 30+, 35+, 40+

  • Age determined at 31 December 2019
  • The age of the youngest player in the team determines in which “+” age category the team will compete
  • The Organising Committee will reserve itself the right to combine age categories to optimise the competition granting each team the minimum of played games


Grade Definition

  • If enough teams join the competition, a separation between “open” and “elite” categories could be made
  • A team may be defined as elite depending on the category of players and the number of teams registered
  • To determine if a team is in the “elite” class, it will be checked how many players of that team have played in the top division of the Top 4 countries in IFF ranking in the last 2 seasons
  • 3 or more players of this kind determine their team as a “elite” one



About the European Masters Games

The European Masters Games is organised by the International Masters Games Association (IMGA) which is a non-profit organisation. The international sports federations that have their sports as core sports in the World Masters Games programme, are members of IMGA.

The Torino 2019 EMG is open to all athletes around the world. The event wants to promote physical activity and diverse initiatives that enhance the values of sport. Athletes who have turned 30, can participate in the EMG, although different sports have different age groups. The aim is to socialize athletes through sport competitions, cultural activities and entertainment. This year, over 30 different sports are included in the sports programme, floorball being one of the sports. The floorball competition is open for all teams from anywhere in the world, so gather your friends and register your floorball team for the event!



More information about the upcoming events and IMGA