Same in the UK. Always called it indoor hockey or just hockey. Never heard of floorball.
Yep, the closest equivalent in Canada is indoor hockey, as it's played with a field hockey style stick and ball. Floor and ball hockey are both played with ice hockey style sticks, but floor hockey is with a puck and is inside, while ball hockey is with a ball and can be indoors or outdoors (but not on the street, because that's street hockey)...
In Canada it is referred to floorball nationwide. Just a lot less popular than it is in Sweden/Finland. A small amount of people play it, and some hockey players play the sport in the offseason to improve their 'stickhandling'. But ball hockey is a different sport and far more popular/played among the Canadian population.
In Canada there is floor hockey and ball hockey. The difference being a puck or a ball. Floor hockey is also played indoors. Ball hockey can be played indoors or outdoors.
I have only heard floorball to differentiate it from ice hockey, so it may be less common in warmer places.
I'd never heard of floorball, but guessed it must be some kind of indoor bandy.
Then what is the awesome sport Bandy called? Reletive to outdoor instead on indoor?
I have never heard of bandy or floorball. You learn something new every day. I'm one day ahead now.
Actually, I've never heard of floor hockey or ball hockey, either. I wonder if they are played in the U.S. We do have field hockey all over the place, but of course that is played outside.