The first game will be on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Golden Valley's Hampshire Park.
*Editor's Note: The below information is from the City of Golden Valley's website. Golden Valley's adult co-rec outdoor broomball league games are played Tuesday evenings, with some Sundays, at Hampshire Park and Lions Park. If there is a conflict with Tuesday due to weather or other circumstances, games will be rescheduled for the following Sunday. The first game is scheduled for Tuesday, January 8. All games are outdoors and officiated by one or two referees. The number of teams in the league will determine the number of games and league format. Teams may advance to the state tournament in late March.
Meet one of the team managers of Golden Valley’s adult league.
For those of you still itching to get outside to play or just be in the winter elements, Golden Valley has an adult co-ed recreational broomball league. Organized teams gather to play a few formal games every Tuesday evening at Hampshire Park. The league's best team has the chance to advance to the state broomball tournament, in March. There are five teams this season, including the Schuller’s, led by Janet Lund, a seven-year league veteran. She spoke with Patch about broomball and the rewards of participating in community recreation programs. PATCH: How and why did you get involved with community broomball during your off time? It's a great way to stay in shape in the cold winter months and stay in touch with friends. PATCH: What is it …