Floor Hockey

Floor Hockey

Floor Hockey

Put your stick handling skills to the test and bar down in the Chicago Sport and Social Club floor hockey leagues! We offer men’s and coed floor hockey leagues with levels varying from recreational to intermediate. We play at different locations in the city, whether you are looking to explore Chicago or find one in your local neighborhood we have you covered.

Our player perks include sponsor bars (where you are sure to secure great drink specials each week), custom designed champ shirts and various sponsor giveaways each season make this league a win!

With Chicago Sport & Social Club, it’s more than a game. Join in on the fun, team competition and camaraderie of a floor hockey league.Connect with other players or teams to form a full roster by using our Floor Hockey Facebook Group.

Formats

Coed 6 vs. 6 (3 Men/2 Women on the court) - recommended 13 players on the roster

Men’s 6 vs. 6 (6 men on the court) - recommended 13 players on the roster

Experience

8 games guaranteed, team jerseys, league administration, equipment, certified referee, playoffs for qualifying teams, prizes for winners and drink and/or food specials at the sponsor bar

Jerseys

Each floor hockey team jersey set includes the following pre-bundled sizes (No exchanges): 3S, 3M, 4L, 2XL,1XXL

Teams may purchase additional shirts or sizes for $5 per shirt

Day ⬍ Location ⬍ Gender ⬍ Level ⬍ Format ⬍ Time ⬍ Starts ⬍ Team ⬍ Free Agent ⬍
Floor Hockey Tuesday   Windy City Fieldhouse Coed Open 6 v 6 6:30PM - 10:30PM 03/26/2019 $1005 NA
Starts: Mar 26, 2019
Times: 6:30PM - 10:30PM
Division: Open
Days: Tue
Location: Windy City Fieldhouse
Team/Indy: $1005/NA

Floor Hockey Thursday   Lincoln Park High School Coed Open 5 v 5 6:30PM - 9:00PM 02/21/2019 $1025 NA
Starts: Feb 21, 2019
Times: 6:30PM - 9:00PM
Division: Open
Days: Thu
Location: Lincoln Park High School
Team/Indy: $1025/NA

Floor Hockey Thursday   Lincoln Park High School ANY Open 5 v 5 6:30PM - 9:00PM 04/18/2019 $975 $125
No Gender Requirements
Starts: Apr 18, 2019
Times: 6:30PM - 9:00PM
Division: Open
Days: Thu
Location: Lincoln Park High School
Team/Indy: $975/$125

No Gender Requirements

Floor Hockey Sunday   Lincoln Park High School Men's Open 5 v 5 2:30PM - 9:30PM 04/14/2019 $975 $125
Starts: Apr 14, 2019
Times: 2:30PM - 9:30PM
Division: Open
Days: Sun
Location: Lincoln Park High School
Team/Indy: $975/$125

Floor Hockey Sunday   Lincoln Park High School Coed Open 5 v 5 1:30PM - 5:30PM 04/14/2019 $975 NA
Starts: Apr 14, 2019
Times: 1:30PM - 5:30PM
Division: Open
Days: Sun
Location: Lincoln Park High School
Team/Indy: $975/NA

 

LEVELS

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​Recreational

The recreational level is geared towards participants that are just looking to have fun. This is the most basic level that the CSSC offers, you can think of it as the "beginners" level. Participants that play at this level are out to enjoy themselves and not out for the sheer competition of the  sport. Most players have not played on an organized team before or have only played for a couple of seasons. This is a great level for beginning teams to start and a great way to begin your team's dynasty.

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Competitive

The intermediate level is geared towards participants who are still relatively new to the sport but are seeking a little bit more competition. You can think of it as the "middle of the road" level. Participants that play at this level have a good knowledge of the rules and the game and are ready to become more competitive but are still not all that serious. Most participants at this level have played for a few seasons. This is a great level for those teams that have had success at the recreational level and are now ready to step their game up!

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Open

The Open level is available to all levels of play. It is "open" to everyone. It is a combination of skill levels that usually skews towards the intermediate level, depending on the sport.

Recreational

The recreational level is geared towards participants that are just looking to have fun. This is the most basic level that the CSSC offers, you can think of it as the "beginners" level. Participants that play at this level are out to enjoy themselves and not out for the sheer competition of the  sport. Most players have not played on an organized team before or have only played for a couple of seasons. This is a great level for beginning teams to start and a great way to begin your team's dynasty.

Competitive

The Competitive level is geared towards the participant that has played their respective sport for a large portion of their life and enjoys the sheer competition of the sport. You can think of this level as the "professional's" level. Participants at this level should definitely have their game face on and expect a tough game. This is great level for those of you who are in it to win it!

Open

The Open level is available to all levels of play. It is "open" to everyone. It is a combination of skill levels that usually skews towards the intermediate level, depending on the sport.

Locations

 

  • CSSC Gym (950 W. Weed) 
    • 950 W. Weed St, Chicago, IL,
  • Lincoln Park High School (2001 N. Orchard) 
    • 2001 N. Orchard St, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Lincoln Park HS/Oz Park 
    • 2001 N Orchard St Chicago, IL 60614,
  • Ravenswood United Church of Christ (2050 W. Pensacola) 
    • 2050 W. Pensacola (near Damen/Montrose), Chicago, IL, 60618
  • Windy City Fieldhouse 
    • 2367 W Logan Blvd, Chicago, Il, 60647

 

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