Clubs and Partners
British Ice Skating is the national governing body of ice skating within the United Kingdom. Formed in 1879, it is responsible for overseeing all disciplines of ice skating: figure skating; synchronised skating; and speed skating.
The English Ice Hockey Association (EIHA) is the governing body of ice hockey in England and Wales. It was formed in 1982 and featured around 60 teams. EIHA is one of several bodies regulating ice hockey in the United Kingdom, along with Scottish Ice Hockey (SIH), the Northern Ireland Ice Hockey Assocation (IHNI), and Ice Hockey UK, which governs the national ice hockey teams of Great Britain as a national member of the International Ice Hockey Association (IIHF).
Ice hockey is an exhilarating and fast paced sport for players and spectators alike. We’re proud to be the home venue for the Lee Valley Lions who offer both junior and senior opportunities for those looking to join professional clubs. Find out more about how you can watch or play ice hockey today.
If you’re confident on the ice, then why not join one of our partner clubs? Lee Valley Ice Centre is home to the Lee Valley London Skating Club who develop free, figure and synchro skating teams. You can join the club at any age or stage but you’ll be best equipped for these when you have completed BIS Skate UK levels 1-8.
The London Devils were established in 1991 and are still going strong all these years later. They're an EIHA-registered Rec club with a strong social aspect as well. Their relationship with Lee Valley goes back over 20 years to the old rink and continues now with the wonderful new facility.
Eastern Stars IHC was founded in 2000 by Igor Iljin and Vadim Vinnikov. The first game the team based on players from Eastern Europe played on 12th April, 2000 at Alexandra Palace Ice Rink against so called “The Team of The World”. The team, who now play at Lee Valley Ice Centre, plays distinctive European influence style ice hockey and have a true International character. Eastern Stars players come from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Finland, UK, Canada and USA.