HongKong Ice Hockey Association Limited

HKIHAHongKong Ice Hockey Association Limited is the registered full member with International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) and the associate member of Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China.

HongKong Ice Hockey Association (HKIHA), currently registered as HongKong Ice Hockey Association Limited, was established in 1980 with the aims of better management, development and promotion of ice hockey in Hong Kong.

As the National Sports Association for ice hockey in Hong Kong, HKIHA’s goal is to promote both ice hockey and inline hockey in Hong Kong. We provide training and development programs to youth and adult hockey players and organize various levels of competitions for all players in accordance with the international ice hockey rules and regulations. HKIHA participates in the annual Sports Festival that is organized by the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China and subvented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD).  Every year, we send youth and adult players, coaches and game officials to IIHF camps as well as Asian Development camps to help the participants better develop their skills and continue reaching higher levels of competition.

HKIHA is responsible for the Hong Kong Senior Men’s National Team, the Hong Kong Women’s National Team and the Hong Kong U18 Men’s National Team, all of which currently compete in the IIHF World Championship program. Despite the limited amount of ice rinks in Hong Kong, our Hong Kong players continue to overcome the tremendous difficulties in establishing  and growing the sport in Hong Kong. However, HKIHA and all the HKIHA registered clubs believe that Hong Kong has the potential to thrive in the sport of ice hockey. Our future is bright; HKIHA will continue to do its best to promote ice hockey in Hong Kong, to allow more people to have access to this sport, and to compete in the world stage.

Articles of Association

Summary of Subvention to HongKong Ice Hockey Association Limited (2020-2021)