THIS IS FIB!


The Exciting World Of Bandy…


THE 6 PURPOSES OF FIB

  1. FIB in its activities completely shares and keeps in practice the principles and articles of the Olympic Charter including the policy with regard to anti-doping controls.
  2. To promote an overall development of the bandy- and the rink-bandy sports within the member countries and to carry on propaganda for the sports’ importance and advantages; and to work for it to become an olympic sport.
  3. FIB is independent autonomic mainsports organization which mainly is governing bandy activities all over the world.
  4. To lead and to supervise the bandy and rink-bandy sports all over the world and to settle the rules for the games.
  5. To entrust a national member association with the arrangement of an official world championship (WCS). At least 4 nations must participate.
  6. To promote the introduction and the membership of new nations to FIB

FIB HISTORY

The International Bandy Federation (FIB) was founded on February 12, 1955 during the Congress in Stockholm by four founding countries:

  • Norway
  • USSR
  • Finland
  • Sweden

 

The name was from 1957 “The International Bandy Federation.” At the Congress in Budapest/Hungary in 2001 the name was changed to “Federation of International Bandy” according to a request from IOC the same year, with reference to our approval as “recognized sport”. The acronym IBF was occupied.

Netherlands joined the FIB on February 22, 1973, the USA on February 11, 1981, Canada on July 6, 1983, Hungary on February 4, 1989, Germany on January 29, 1990 (in March of 1991 it voluntary left FIB), Russia on June 6, 1992 (as a successor of the USSR), Kazakhstan on February 6, 1993, Belarus on February 5, 1999, India, Mongolia and Estonia on July 5, 2002, Italy on October 26, 2003, Kyrgyzstan on February 3, 2005, Latvia and Poland on January 31, 2006, Australia, Switzerland, Serbia and Ireland on June 4, 2006.

 

The FIB goals are as following: to promote the overall development of bandy in various countries worldwide; to carry on propaganda for the sports importance and advantages; to set up international competitions, rules of the game, and rules for players behaviour on the ice; to arrange official world championships and other international events; to promote the introduction and the membership of new nations to FIB.


HISTORICAL VIDEOS

History of bandy           World of Bandy


NOTE! Sections below in alphabetical order and underlined words are links!

APPLICATION FORM

CONDITIONS

World Championships Men and Russian Government Cup
World Championships Youth and Women

FIB ORGANIZATION

GUIDELINES FOR ORGANIZERS

INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERS

Transfer Regulations

Transfer Application

RULES

Bandyrules 2017-2018
Directive-Rule Adjustment 2017-2018
Directive 2018-2019
Equipment
Guideline for protests and rough red card

RULES ON VIDEO!

FIB Web-TV
Reports
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