Italian Hockey League Women
2019–20 IHLW season
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1990
Claim to fame top tier of women's ice hockey in Italy
Inaugural season 1990–91
No. of teams 5
Country(ies) Flag of Italy Italy
Most recent champion(s) Alleghe Hockey Girls (1st title)
Most championship(s) HC Agordo (10 titles)
Related competitions Italian Hockey League - Serie A (men's)

The Italian Hockey League Women (former Serie A, between 1990 and 2017) is the top level of women's ice hockey in Italy. It was founded in 1990. The most successful team is HC Agordo, having won ten league titles.

Champions[edit | edit source]

  • 1990–91 Alleghe Femminile
  • 1991–92 HC Agordo
  • 1992–93 HC Agordo
  • 1993–94 HC Agordo
  • 1994–95 Alleghe Femminile
  • 1995–96 HC Agordo
  • 1996–97 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 1997–98 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 1998–99 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 1999–2000 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2000–01 HC Agordo
  • 2001–02 HC Agordo
  • 2002–03 HC Agordo
  • 2003–04 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2004–05 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2005–06 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2006–07 HC Agordo
  • 2007–08 HC Agordo
  • 2008–09 HC Agordo
  • 2009–10 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2010–11 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2011–12 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2012–13 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2013–14 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2014–15 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2015–16 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2016–17 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2017-18 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2018-19 Alleghe Hockey Girls
  • 2019-20 not awarded

Titles by team[edit | edit source]

Team Titles
1 HC Agordo 10
2 EV Bozen 84 Eagles 9
3 HC Eagles Bolzano 7
4 HC Alleghe Femminile 2
5 Alleghe Hockey Girls 1

External links[edit | edit source]

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