Gothia Innebandy Cup’s popular goalkeeping school is back during next year’s tournament. Pixbo’s and Swedens U19 goalkeeper Kalle Lundgren will be in charge of the training sessions.
”The most important thing as a young floorgoalie is to be open to try new things”, says Kalle Lundgren.
It’s the third year in a row that Gothia Innebandy Cup will arrange a goalkeeping school during the tournament, which is now only a month away. The training sessions have been both popular and educational for the young goalkeepers who has participated. Kalle Lundgren played in the under 19 World Championships earlier this year and is a part of Pixbo’s team in Swedish Super League and he will share his knowledge to the young and aspiring keepers.
”I won’t change too much in their games, but mostly give tips and see what’s right for them”, he says.
Already he comes up with a good tip.
”It is important to be open to test new things. I had a different style of play a few years ago, but since I was open minded, I have found a style that suits me and my style of play better”, he says.
Kalle played in the Gothia Innebandy Cup in his younger years. Now he gets the chance to experience the tournament in a different way and at the same time help young players develop.
”It will be very fun, I only have good memories from the Gothia Innebandy Cup and it will be exciting to be a part of the tournament again, now in a differens way”, he says.
The training will take place on Saturday January 4 at the Gothia Valhalla Center, in total there will be three sessions during the day. It’s the teams that books accommodation at school or hotel via Gothia Innebandy Cup that have the opportunity to attend the goalkeeping school. All information about the school will be sent out to these teams.