Free Ice Hockey for Girls taster session – 1:45pm 5th June 2016 at the Nottingham Ice Centre

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Want to try Ice Hockey for free?

The Nottingham Vipers are hosting the free Ice Hockey for Girls taster session with the English Ice Hockey Association.

All you need to do is turn up at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham on Sunday 5th June 2016 at 1:45pm. We will look after you and supply you with everything you need to try out ice hockey.

Where do I need to go?

The National Ice Centre
Bolero Square,

What’s going to happen on the day:?

Bring yourself and your friends to the National Ice Centre in Nottingham for 1:45pm. The friendly Nottingham Vipers and Coaches will be in the main entrance to help you register. You will then be guided to the changing rooms where we will help you fit your ice hockey equipment, skates and stick.

Once you have all your equipment on we will take on to the ice at 2:15pm where we will teach you skating skills, stick handling, passing, shooting and get to play a small cross ice game with the other girls. At the end of the session we will take a big group photo so you can remember you day.

After the session the Nottingham Vipers players and coaches will be around to answer any questions you have about playing ice hockey and what would need to join the Nottingham Vipers.


Frequently Asked Questions:

How old/young do I need to be?

Any girls/ladies from the ages of 5 to 100+ are more than welcome to join in.

Do I need to register in advance?

No you just need to turn up on the day.

Does it cost anything?

No, not a penny.

What do I need to do?

All you need to do is turn up on Sunday 11th October

Do I need to bring anything?

No, just bring yourselves and lots of friends if you want to. We supply all the kit you need to get on the ice including skates?

Can I wear my own skates?

Yes if you have your own skates you can wear your own, otherwise we will supply them for you?

But I can’t skate?

That’s not a problem, we will spent the time with you to get you comfortable on the ice and you will be wearing equipment to protect you if you fall over.

Is it only open to girls?

Sorry boys, this one is for the girls only.

Any more questions?

If you’ve got any more questions please email:, tweet us @ih4girls or message us on Facebook: FemaleIceHockey