broomball

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broom·ball

 (bro͞om′bôl′, bro͝om′-)
n.
A kind of ice hockey that is played with the players using brooms and a soccer ball instead of hockey sticks and a puck and wearing shoes or boots instead of ice skates.

broom′ball′er n.

broomball

(ˈbruːmˌbɔːl)
n
a sport similar to ice hockey, played without skates and with a specially designed broom
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As well as a huge, open, ice-skating rink in the centre of town an indoor ice stadium - home to an Olympic rink - boasts hockey, broom-ball and curling too.