The National Ice Sports Arena

The National Ice Sports Arena

The National Ice Sports Arena (NISA) in Santry, which is the Republic’s only competition-size ice sports rink. The arena, which opened for testing and training in April 2012, will play host to hockey, curling and figure skating teams from all over the country. It will open to the general public in October.

The National Ice Sports Rink

The National Ice Sports Arena will be the home of curling, ice skating and ice hockey in Ireland. The 10,000sq foot ice pad provides the national governing bodies of the three sports with an international regulation size ice surface in which to develop athletes from grass roots to professional and Olympic standard.
 
The arena will host competitive fixtures and act as a world-class training and development centre for Ireland’s ice sport athletes with the full support of the three main national governing bodies – the Irish Ice Hockey Association (IIHA), the Irish Curling Federation (ICF), and the Irish Skating Association of Ireland (ISAI).
 

Join The Flyers

Flyers Ice Hockey Club are recruiting for the New Junior (Boys and Girls) and Ladies Teams. The club is the longest established ice hockey club in Ireland with it’s origins going back to the early 1980’s.

The primary objective of Flyers IHC is the establishment, maintenance and provision of an enjoyable and safe environment in which the sport of Ice Hockey can be introduced.

The team is inviting children aged between 6 and 16 years and Ladies to join the team in the National Ice Sports Arena in Santry, Dublin. The Flyers have agreed with the Santry Ice Rink, that the Junior Flyers will train each Wednesday from 6.15 to 7.15 pm .

 
 

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