JANUARY 4-7 2018, GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN

Match Check-In / Team entrance

From 2016 we started with the Match Check-In. Prior to each match in Lundbystrand 1, ÖHK-Hall K, Valhalla A Salming Arena, Prioritet Serneke Arena A, Torpa Hallen, Liseberg Hallen and Sandeklevshallen we will implement a “team entrance”  and a short presentation of the game and the teams that will play.

As a coach, you’ll get information on-site about how players should run in just before the start of the match. This can vary from hall to hall – so it’s important that you as a team always check in when you arrive to the hall.

All these halls will be signposted with Match Check-In. On site there will be officials from Gothia Innebandy Cup to receive you.

The picture above illustrates how the run-in should be done.

Because we do not want to lose time and create delays, it is incredibly important that you, a team coach, calls the players to be prepared. The run-in including the presentation is expected to take approximately 50 seconds.


 

Prior to Match

Prior to Match

Both the home and away team have received instructions at Team Check-In on how they should line-up before the team entrance.

As a coach, it is important to inform the players that as soon as the final signal from the previous game sounds, they should get ready to line-up for entrance.
Before the team lines-up for entrance, all the players have to leave their bags by their team benches.

Team entrance

Team entrance

At the sound of a selected music-part on the speakers, the speaker announces the match and makes a short team presentation.

Only when both teams have been presented and the song tempo increases both teams make their entrance as shown above.
There will be a Gothia Official in place that helps and gives go-ahead for both teams to make the entrance.

When the entrance is finished both teams make a quick line- up and directly get ready to start the match.

 

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