Organization Swedish Ice Hockey Association
Joined IIHF March 23, 1912
President Christer Englund
IIHF Men's Ranking 3
IIHF Women's Ranking 3

The Swedish Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) or Svenska Ishockeyförbundet in Swedish, is an association of Swedish sports clubs with ice hockey activities.

SIHA was part of the Swedish Football Association but became an association of its own in November 17, 1922. In 1920 SIHA became a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. Apart from hockey, inline hockey is also under the SIHA.

The association's current general secretary currently is Christer Englund.

Leagues and levels Edit

In Sweden ice hockey is played nation wide in the following levels:

  • Elitserien
  • HockeyAllsvenskan
  • League I
  • League II
  • League III
  • League IV
  • League V
  • Veteran Ice Hockey
  • Women Ice Hockey
  • Junior under 20
  • Junior under 18
  • Junior under 17
  • Junior under 16
  • Junior under 15
  • Junior under 14
  • Junior under 13
  • Junior under 12
  • Junior under 11
  • Junior under 10
  • Girl league
  • School league

National teams Edit

Sweden has seven national ice hockey teams:

External links Edit

References Edit

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