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Para ice hockey (formerly sledge hockey) was added to the Paralympic Winter Games in 1994. It is a fast-paced, highly physical and played by male and female athletes with a physical impairment in the lower part of the body. Instead of skates, players use double-blade sledges that allow the puck to pass beneath.
NEPIHL stands for Northwest European Para Ice Hockey League. An international league founded by Amsterdam Tigers Para Ice Hockey, Genco Polar Bears Dordrecht, Antwerp Phantoms from Belgium, Dragons Sledges de Rouen from France and Sheffield Steelkings from England.
Our goal for the Northwest Europe Para Ice Hockey League is to grow the game we all love. We want to see more teams and more players. With that in mind we need more matches so the competition will be better and there will be more fun on and off the ice. You will meet new people with the same interests during a tournament like the NEPIHL. Get on the ice give it your best shot and have fun playing icehockey. How good is the sound of that.
Meet the sponsors of the 2024 edition of the NEPIHL.