Hockey is the most powerful foundation of all mass sports. Amateur hockey leagues exist in all corners of Europe and Asia. But all these leagues do not have a full cycle of competitions and end their regional tournaments without further opportunity to compete with teams from different regions of Europe.

EUROPEAN HOCKEY LEAGUE was created with the aim of combining mass hockey competitions held by the organizers of tournaments in Europe. The accessibility of participation in a single international hockey space is designed to solve the problems of promoting a healthy lifestyle for people of different generations, nationalities and religions, and the development of such a direction as mass amateur hockey. One of the main tasks of the League is to attract the maximum number of athletes from the Baltic countries, Eastern and Western Europe to participate in the project, as well as to hold annual international mass hockey festivals among amateur teams under a single international brand.

The geography of the Participants who have already confirmed their desire to participate in this unique project, and those who are just planning to join us, is quite wide, but this is not the limit .

Latvia, Belarus, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Austria, Russia, Switzerland, Great Britain, France, Denmark, Belgium, Romania, Moldova.

EHL is ready for mutually beneficial and fruitful cooperation with all who are not indifferent to hockey.Also, we are open to mutually beneficial cooperation with all countries that are ready to join our project. This will give a whole new impetus to the development of mass hockey in Europe and will allow us to realize several of the urgent tasks in this regard that all countries face in the development of mass sports and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle.

Our team of like-minded people began conducting international European Champions CUP tournaments at Olympic venues in Sochi since 2017, and almost all participants were grateful for the excellent organization of these events, a very interesting pastime, and the opportunity to measure strength on ice arenas with their peers from different countries. In addition to Russian and European teams, children's teams from China and Japan took part in the European Champions CUP tournaments.


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