Bandy

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Bandy is a team winter sport played on ice, in which skaters use sticks to direct a ball into the opposing team's goal.wikipedia
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Hockey

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The sport is considered a form of hockey and has a common background with ice hockey and field hockey.
There are many types of hockey such as bandy, field hockey, ice hockey and rink hockey.

Winter sports

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Bandy is a team winter sport played on ice, in which skaters use sticks to direct a ball into the opposing team's goal.
Artificial ice can be used to provide ice rinks for ice skating, ice hockey, and bandy in a milder climate.

Rink bandy

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A variant of bandy, rink bandy, is played to the same rules but on a field the size of an ice hockey rink, with ice hockey goal cages and with six players on each team, or five in USA Rink Bandy League.
Rink bandy and rinkball are variants of bandy played on significantly smaller ice rinks.

Davos Cup

Those rules were applied at Davos Cup in 2016.
The Davos Cup was a bandy tournament held in 2016 for national teams from continental Europe.

Ice hockey

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The sport is considered a form of hockey and has a common background with ice hockey and field hockey.
In Europe, these games included the Irish game of hurling, the closely related Scottish game of shinty and versions of field hockey (including bandy ball, played in England).

HC Bloemendaal

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The first international match took place in 1891 between Bury Fen and the then Haarlemsche Hockey & Bandy Club from the Netherlands (a club which after a couple of club fusions now is named HC Bloemendaal).
Originally, the club also played bandy.

Mjøndalen IF

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Some examples are English Nottingham Forest Football and Bandy Club (today known just as Nottingham Forest F.C.) and Norwegian Strømsgodset IF and Mjøndalen IF, with the latter still having an active bandy section.
Of the different athletic endeavours that the club supports, it may be best known in Norway for its bandy national championship teams and internationally for its association football national championship teams that have competed in UEFA championships.

Nottingham Forest F.C.

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Some examples are English Nottingham Forest Football and Bandy Club (today known just as Nottingham Forest F.C.) and Norwegian Strømsgodset IF and Mjøndalen IF, with the latter still having an active bandy section.
As well as their roots in bandy and shinty, Forest's baseball club were British champions in 1899.

Goalkeeper

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Each team has 11 players, one of whom is a goalkeeper.
Such positions exist in bandy, rink bandy, camogie, association football, Gaelic football, international rules football, floorball, handball, hurling, field hockey, ice hockey, roller hockey, lacrosse, ringette, rinkball, water polo, and shinty as well as in other sports.

Shinty

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In old times shinty or shinney were also sometimes used in English for bandy.
Another sport with common ancestry is bandy, which is played on ice.

Bando (sport)

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The etymological connection to the similarly named Welsh hockey game of bando is not clear.
Bando is a team sport – related to hockey, hurling, shinty, and bandy – which was first recorded in Wales in the eighteenth century.

Bandy Playing Rules

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The Bandy Playing Rules can be found on the official website of the Federation of International Bandy, and are overseen by the Rules and Referee Committee.
Bandy Playing Rules is the name of the rule book for bandy, edited by the Federation of International Bandy.

Bandy ball

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The skates, sticks and any tape on the stick must be of another colour than the bandy ball, which shall be orange or cerise.
A bandy ball is a rubber ball used for playing bandy.

Referee

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Bandy is generally a free-flowing game, with play stopping only when the ball has left the field of play, or when play is stopped by the referee.
A game of bandy is officiated by a referee, the authority and enforcer of the rules, whose decisions are final.

Floorball

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Bandy is also the predecessor of floorball, which was invented when people started playing with plastic bandy-shaped sticks and lightweight balls when running on the floors of indoor gym halls.
In various forms the game has been played since the early 20th Century in Canada as a recreational sport, especially in high school gymnasiums, as a playful variant of hockey, where the sticks got their form from the hockey game bandy.

Bandy World Championship

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The Bandy World Championship for men is arranged by the FIB and was first held in 1957.
The Bandy World Championship is a competition between bandy-playing nations' men's teams.

Face-off

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A face-off is the method used to begin and restart play after goals in some sports using sticks, primarily ice hockey, bandy and lacrosse.

Bandy field

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A bandy field is 45 – by 90 –, a total of 4050 - 7150 m2, or about the same size as a football pitch and considerably larger than an ice hockey rink.
A bandy field or bandy rink is an ice rink used for playing bandy.

Offside (sport)

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The offside rule is also employed.
It is particularly used in field sports with rules deriving from the various codes of football, such as association football, rugby union and rugby league, and in some other sports e.g. ice hockey, field hockey and bandy.

Ice skate

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The skates, sticks and any tape on the stick must be of another colour than the bandy ball, which shall be orange or cerise. The basic equipment players are required to wear includes a pair of Bandy skates, a helmet, a mouth guard and, in the case of the goalkeeper, a face guard.
They are worn recreationally in ice rinks or on frozen bodies of water across the globe and are used as footwear in many sports, including figure skating, ice hockey, bandy, speed skating and tour skating.

Women's Bandy World Championship

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In February 2004, Sweden won the first World Championship for women, hosted in Finland, without conceding a goal.
The Women's Bandy World Championships are a competition between bandy-playing nations.

Strømsgodset IF

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Some examples are English Nottingham Forest Football and Bandy Club (today known just as Nottingham Forest F.C.) and Norwegian Strømsgodset IF and Mjøndalen IF, with the latter still having an active bandy section.
It has sections for association football, handball and bandy, but is best known for the top-level football section known as Strømsgodset Toppfotball, which plays in Eliteserien, the Norwegian top flight.

Nordic Games

Bandy was played at the Nordic Games in Stockholm and Kristiania (present day Oslo) in 1901, 1903, and 1905 and between Swedish, Finnish and Russian teams at similar games in Helsinki in 1907.
The Nordic Games consisted of the winter sports that were popular in Scandinavia at the time, such as ski jumping, downhill racing, cross-country skiing, skeleton, speed skating, figure skating, hockey (which at the time was a term used for bandy) and curling.

Offside (bandy)

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The offside rule effectively limits the ability of attacking players to remain forward (i.e. closer to the opponent's goal-line) of the ball, the second-to-last defending player (which can include the goalkeeper), and the half-way line.
Offside is a rule in bandy which states that if a player is in an offside position when the ball is touched or played by a teammate, the player may not become actively involved in the play.

2018 Bandy World Championship

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The same goes for the men's tournament (the area north and west of the Ural River is located in Europe, thus Kazakhstan is a transcontinental country), when Harbin hosted the 2018 Division B tournament.
The 2018 Bandy World Championship was the 38th Bandy World Championship between men's bandy teams.