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Bandy (Sport)So gibt es beispielsweise Eckbälle und eine Abseitsregelung. tl_files/ssb-duisburg/sportkulturen/Oelringen/thebowlerinc.com Das Spielfeld ist 90 bis Meter lang. Many translated example sentences containing "bandy" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German popular team sport Bandy, a forerunner [. Vielmehr erinnert der Sport eher an eine Mischung aus Fußball und Feldhockey. Gespielt wird auf einer Eisfläche von der ungefähren Größe eines Fußballplatzes.
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There is usually a minute half-time break between halves. The end of the match is known as full-time. The referee keeps track of the time and he is the one who may make an allowance for time lost while substitutions, in case a player gets injured, or any other stoppages.
If the weather is too cold or unfavorable, the referee can break the match into shorter thirds or quarters instead of 45 minute halves.
For example, in the extremely cold World Championship, a few of the matches had to be played in four quarters of 15 minutes each along with extra-long breaks in between the quarters.
If the game ends in a draw, the time may be increased to further 15 minute periods for the match. If both the extra periods are over without any goals, then the referee has to organize a penalty shootout to finally end the game.
Although, in league competitions, if there is a draw, there is no increase in time and the game is set to tie with no winner. If the match is going on and the ball is in the field, it is said to be ball in play.
When the ball gets out of the field by one way or another, it is said to be ball out of play. These are the two basic phases of the game. At the World Championship in Arkhangelsk, the temperature was around minus 37 degrees Fahrenheit, and some games had to be played in three periods of 30 minutes each,.
It arrived in Russia in , and the first Soviet Championship took place in The first official international tournament was the European Championship in , in which teams from Austria, England, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Holland, France and Switzerland played; the English team won.
World War I then put the brakes on the international development of bandy. The World Championships started in For a long time only four teams took part in the championship: Russia, Sweden, Finland and Norway; they were joined by the United States in the mids.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Kazakhstan became one of the leading teams, fielding mainly Russian players. Bandy was very popular in the Soviet Union.
Between 20, and 50, spectators would go to championship matches. England won the European Bandy Championships in ,  but that turned out to be the grand finale, and bandy is now virtually unknown in England.
In March , Norwegian ex-player Edgar Malman invited two big clubs to play a rink bandy exhibition game in Streatham , London.
In England became a Federation of International Bandy member. The federation is based in Cambridgeshire, the historical heartland.
President is Rev Lyn Gibb-de Swarte of Littleport and past resident of Streatham in south west London, where she was chair of the Streatham ice speed club, ice hockey club and of the association of ice clubs.
Chair is Andrew Hutchinson. Treasurer is Tammy Nichol Twallin. Participation Officer, Anders Gidrup. They are all busy promoting the sport for all and will be instituting rink bandy around the country.
In September , the federation decided to widen its territory to all of the United Kingdom and changed its name to Great Britain Bandy Federation.
Bandy was played in Estonia in the s to s and the country had a national championship for some years. The national team played friendlies against Finland in the s and '30s.
The sport was played sporadically during Soviet occupation — It has since then become more organised again, partly through exchange with Finnish clubs and enthusiasts.
Bandy was introduced to Finland from Russia in the s. Finland has been playing bandy friendlies against Sweden and Estonia since its independence in The first Finnish national championships were held in and was the first national Finnish championship held in any team sport.
National champions have been named every year except for three years in the first half of the 20th Century when Finland was at war. The top national league is called Bandyliiga and is semi-professional.
The best players often go fully professional by being recruited by clubs in Sweden or Russia. Bandy was played in Germany in the early 20th century, including by Crown Prince Wilhelm ,  but the interest died out in favour of ice hockey.
Leipziger Sportclub had the best team and was also last to give bandy up. The sport was reintroduced in the s, with the German Bandy Association being founded in Bandy has a long history in many parts of the country and it used to be one of the most popular sports in Soviet times.
However, after independence it suffered a rapid decline in popularity and only remained in Oral often called by the Russian name, Uralsk , where the country's only professional club Akzhaiyk is located.
They are competing in the Russian second tier division, the Supreme League. Recently bandy has started to gain popularity again outside of Oral, most notably in Petropavl  and Khromtau.
Those were for example the three Kazakh cities which at the Youth World Championship had players in the team. Plans are made to reinvigorate the bandy section of the club Dynamo Almaty, who won the Soviet Championships in and as well as the European Cup in The Asian Bandy Federation also has its headquarters in Almaty.
Since a few years the state is supporting bandy. Medeu in Almaty is the only arena with artificial ice. A second arena in Almaty was built for the World Championship , but it was taken down afterwards.
Stadion Yunost in Oral  was supposed to get artificial ice for the —18 season. The national team took a silver medal at the Asian Winter Games , which led to being chosen as the best Mongolian sport team of Bandy was introduced to the Netherlands in the s by Pim Mulier and the sport became popular.
However, in the s, the interest turned to ice hockey, but in contrast to other countries in central and western Europe, the sport has been continuously played in the Netherlands and since the s, the country has become a member of FIB and games have been more formalised again.
However, without a proper venue, only rink bandy is played within the country. The national governing body is the Bandy Bond Nederland.
Bandy was introduced to Norway in the s. The Swedes contributed largely, and clubs sprang up around the capital of Oslo.
Oslo , including neighbouring towns, is still today the region where bandy enjoys most popularity in Norway.
In the Norwegians played their first National Championship , which was played annually up to During WWII, illegal bandy was played in hidden places in forests, on ponds and lakes.
In legal play resumed and still goes on. After WWII the number of teams rose, as well as attendance which regularly were in the thousands, but mild winters in the s and 80s shrunk the league, and in only five clubs teams fought out the 1st division with low attendance numbers and little media coverage.
In recent years, the number of artificially frozen pitches have increased in Norway, and more sports clubs have reinvigorated their bandy sections with new men's and youth teams.
Because of this, as well as an increase of Swedish players in Norway, the competitiveness of the game has risen, especially in the first division Eliteserien.
Bandy in Norway has also started to spread geographically, but some clubs in apart locations in the 3rd division only have access to ice hockey rinks and therefore play rink bandy for home games.
In Russia bandy is known as hockey with a ball or simply Russian hockey. A similar game became popular among the Russian nobility in the early s, with the imperial court of Peter the Great playing a predecessor of modern bandy on Saint Petersburg 's frozen Neva river.
Russians played this game using ordinary footwear, with sticks made out of juniper wood, only later were skates introduced.
It was only in the second half of the 19th century that bandy became popular among the masses throughout the Russian Empire.
Traditionally the Russians used a longer skate blade than other nations, giving them the advantage of skating faster. However, they would find it more difficult to turn quickly.
A bandy skate has a longer blade than a hockey skate, and the "Russian skate" is even longer. When the Federation of International Bandy was formed in , with the Soviet Union as one of its founding members, the Russians largely adopted the international rules of the game developed in England in the 19th century, with one notable exception.
The other countries adopted the border. Bandy is considered a national sport in Russia  and is the only discipline to have official support of the Russian Orthodox Church.
The Russian Bandy Super League is played every year and the winner in the final becomes Russian champion. The Russian Cup has been played annually except for just some years since He talked, among other things, about the need to give more support to Russian bandy.
Bandy was introduced to Sweden in The Swedish royal family , noblemen and diplomats were the first players. Swedish championships for men have been played annually since In the s students played the game and it became a largely middle class sport.
After Slottsbrons IF won the Swedish championship in it became popular amongst workers in the smaller industrial towns and villages.
Bandy remains the main sport in many of these places. Bandy in Sweden is famous for its "culture" — both playing bandy and being a spectator requires great fortitude and dedication.
A notable tradition is " annandagsbandy ", bandy games played on Saint Stephen's Day , which for many Swedes is an important Christmas season tradition and always draws bigger crowds than usual.