North Korean Championship
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1956
No. of teams
Country(ies) Flag of North Korea North Korea
Most recent champion(s) Pyongchol Pyongyang
Most championship(s) Pyongyang

The North Korean Championship is the national ice hockey championship in North Korea. It was first staged in 1956.[1]

Champions[edit | edit source]

[1] [2]

  • 2017: unknown
  • 2016: Taesongsan[3]
  • 2015: unknown
  • 2014: Champions: Taesongsan, runners-up: Jangjasan, third place: Sobaeksu[4]
  • 2013: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 2012: unknown
  • 2011: Pyongchol Pyongyang[5]
  • 2010: Pyongchol Pyongyang[6]
  • 2009: Pyongyang City
  • 2008: Pyongyang City
  • 2007: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 2006: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 2005: Pyongyang
  • 2004: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 2003: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 2002: unknown
  • 2001: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 2000: unknown
  • 1999: Susan Pyongyang
  • 1998: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 1997: Pyongchol Pyongyang
  • 1996: Amrokkang
  • 1995: Amrokkang
  • 1994: Amrokkang
  • 1993: Pyongyang City
  • 1992: Pyongyang City
  • 1991: Pyongyang City
  • 1990: Pyongyang City
  • 1989: April 25
  • 1988: Pyongyang City
  • 1987: Pyongyang City
  • 1986: Pyongyang City
  • 1985: Pyongyang City
  • 1984: Amrokkang
  • 1983: Amrokkang
  • 1982: Amrokkang
  • 1981: Amrokkang
  • 1980: Pyongyang City
  • 1979: Pyongyang City
  • 1978: Pyongyang City
  • 1977: Pyongyang City
  • 1976: Pyongyang City
  • 1975: Chagang (Kanggye)
  • 1974: Pyongyang City
  • 1973: Pyongyang City
  • 1972: Pyongyang City
  • 1971: Pyongyang City
  • 1970: Chagang
  • 1969: Pyongyang City
  • 1968: Pyongyang City
  • 1967: Pyongyang City
  • 1966: Chagang
  • 1965: Pyongyang City
  • 1964: Pyongyang City
  • 1963: Pyongyang City
  • 1956-1962: unknown

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Müller, Stephan (2005). International Ice Hockey Encyclopedia 1904-2005. Germany: Books on Demand, 485. 
  2. Podnieks, Andrew (2010). IIHF Media Guide & Record Book 2011. Moydart Press, 45. 
  3. http://naenara.com.kp/en/society/?sport+1+3497
  4. Naenara Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
  5. iihf.com, 2011 North Korean Championship
  6. iihf.com, 2010 North Korean Championship

External links[edit | edit source]

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