There are a wide variety of Clubs to choose from across Ireland


Flying Ducks

The Flying Ducks are a Junior and Senior Ice Hockey team based in Blanchardstown Dublin. The Flying Ducks have over 150 members made up of youth players, senior players (Experienced and Learn to Play) and a great team of parents. The club have had significant hockey growth and in 2017 over 40 members of the club travelled to Montreal, Canada for a 10-day hockey trip. A number of their players are also undertaking International hockey in the USA and Canada. They’ve developed an International following also.

The Flying Ducks train under the guidance of Head Coach (Will Fitzgerald) and his assistant coaches on Saturday mornings from 10am in Mountview Community Centre, Blanchardstown.
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Celtic Clovers

The Celtic Clovers are a Dublin based adult Ice Hockey Team with over 50 members. We cater for beginner to advanced levels over two teams (A & B), hold regular games with both ROI and NI teams and make annual trips to International Tournaments. New members are always welcome!

Currently Training at: Mountview Community Centre, Blanchardstown.

Training Times: Tuesdays @ 20:15

Contact them on 085 2334127 (Ger Duffy – Coach)

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Dublin Buccaneers

More info to follow soon.

Tournaments. New members are always welcome!

Currently Training at: TBC

Training Times: TBC

Contact them on TBC (Aaron Collins – Coach)

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Kilkenny Storm

Kilkenny Storm were founded in 2007 and the club has grown year on year. They are an Ice & Inline Hockey Club based in Kilkenny City, with a membership consisting of many Nationalities, ranging in ages from 4 to 65.
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Dún Dealgan Warriors

Dún Dealgan Warriors


Latvian Hawks


Cork Wolfpack

Training in both ice and inline hockey, they play Ice Hockey at junior levels only at Cork on Ice, Mahon Point from November to January and inline the rest of the year round in Little Island Sports Complex.

Cork Wolfpack Website


Mayo Bulls

The Mayo Bulls Ice and Inline Hockey club joined the IIHA in 2018. We look forward to witnessing growth of the sport on the West Coast of Ireland.