The Fastest Game On Earth
If you are interested in fast extreme sports with plenty of action and excitment, then Ice Hockey is just for you. Commonly known as one of the fastest games on Earth, Ice Hockey is an exciting sport to watch with many players showing great skating skills and amazing tricks on ice.
Xtreme Ice Arena hosts WAIHA (West Australian Ice Hockey Association) games each season on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and is the home of the Northern Ice Hockey Association which formed at the begining of the 2011 season.
Watching great quality Ice Hockey has never been easier than coming down to Xtreme Ice Arena and enjoying our facilities which include a cafe, toilets and a multi level grandstand suited idealy for great viewing of the entire ice. Entry is FREE for all games throughout the season
How To Get Involved
If you are interested in playing Ice Hockey the Northern Ice Hockey Association is always looking for new players and with teams in many different divisions, there is sure to be a spot for you.
If you have played Ice Hockey before and want to get straight into competitive games, contact the Northern Ice Hockey Association
Xtreme Ice Arena also runs a “Learn to Play Ice Hockey” clinic for beginners of all ages which encourages the growth and expansion of Ice Hockey in Western Australia as well as several “Drop in Hockey” sessions during the week where anyone can just rock up and play hockey on a week by week basis.
Womens Ice Hockey
Ice Hockey is more than just a mens sports. Over the last few years, Womens Ice Hockey has begun to take off with record numbers competing. Don’t be put off by all the rough and tough action as there are more and more women competing each year!
Xtreme Ice Arena hosts dedicated womens training sessions and actively supports getting more women involved in Ice Hockey
Reasons to get involved in Ice Hockey!
One of the fastest and most exciting games in the world
Great team environment to be a part of
Fun for all ages even as young as 5
Ladies, men, boys and girls are all encouraged to get involved!