The IFF oversees the World Floorball Championships and a number of international competitions for men and women in youth and adult categories.
There are over 74 countries that are members of the IFF and 3+ million registered recreational floorball players worldwide.
World Floorball Championships often attract an attendance of over 200,000 spectators and over 2 million television viewers in Europe.
NHL franchises are adopting floorball in their community outreach programs to allow youth to experience a safe hockey type sport (Dallas Starts, New York Islanders, New Jersey Devils, Florida Panthers)
Each year Canada and the USA compete to represent North America at the World Floorball Championships.
Floorball has been recognized by the International Olympic Committee and they are looking to the 2032 Olympics as a possibility for floorball to be a demonstration sport.
Floorball is currently a Paralympic sport and was also included in the 2017 & 2022 World Games, a prelude to the Olympics for many emerging sports.
North America currently lags behind in floorball development and the IFF are challenging Floorball Canada and USA Floorball to establish more clubs and develop players, coaches and officials, particularly the youth