List of ice hockey leagues

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This is a list of ice hockey leagues.

Contents

World[change | change source]

North America[change | change source]

Major professional[change | change source]

Minor professional[change | change source]

Junior[change | change source]

Major junior[change | change source]

Junior A[change | change source]

Canadian Junior A Leagues[change | change source]
American Junior A Leagues[change | change source]
Independent Junior A Leagues[change | change source]

College[change | change source]

CIS Hockey (Canada)[change | change source]

NCAA Hockey (United States)[change | change source]

Junior College[change | change source]

Women's[change | change source]

Senior[change | change source]

Sanctioned by Hockey Canada or USA Hockey[change | change source]

Canada[change | change source]
United States[change | change source]
Unsanctioned[change | change source]

Defunct leagues[change | change source]

Eurasia[change | change source]

Asia and Africa[change | change source]

Japan[change | change source]

Defunct Japan Ice Hockey League

China[change | change source]

Republic of China[change | change source]

Hong Kong[change | change source]

India[change | change source]

Israel[change | change source]

Kazakhstan[change | change source]

Kyrgyzstan[change | change source]

Malaysia[change | change source]

Mongolia[change | change source]

North Korea[change | change source]

Singapore[change | change source]

South Africa[change | change source]

South Korea[change | change source]

Thailand[change | change source]

Turkey[change | change source]

(Leagues involve teams from both Europe and Asia)

Qatar[change | change source]

United Arab Emirates[change | change source]

Europe[change | change source]

Armenia[change | change source]

Austria[change | change source]

Women[change | change source]

Belarus[change | change source]

Belgium[change | change source]

Bosnia and Herzegovina[change | change source]

Bulgaria[change | change source]

Croatia[change | change source]

Czech Republic[change | change source]

Czechoslovakia[change | change source]

Denmark[change | change source]

East Germany[change | change source]

Estonia[change | change source]

Finland[change | change source]

Defunct

Women[change | change source]

France[change | change source]

Germany[change | change source]

Women[change | change source]

Greece[change | change source]

Hungary[change | change source]

Iceland[change | change source]

Ireland[change | change source]

Italy[change | change source]

Semi-pro[change | change source]

Amateur[change | change source]

Women[change | change source]

Kazakhstan[change | change source]

Latvia[change | change source]

The Netherlands[change | change source]

Norway[change | change source]

Poland[change | change source]

Romania[change | change source]

Russia[change | change source]

Major professional[change | change source]

Minor professional[change | change source]
Semi-pro[change | change source]
Junior[change | change source]
Youth[change | change source]
  • Moscow Region
  • North-West Region
  • Volga River Region
  • Ural Region
  • Siberia/Far East Region
Defunct[change | change source]

Serbia[change | change source]

Slovakia[change | change source]

Slovenia[change | change source]

Soviet Union[change | change source]

Spain[change | change source]

Sweden[change | change source]

Men[change | change source]

  • Swedish Hockey League Swedish: Svenska hockeyligan (New name for the league in 2013, known as the Swedish Elite League Swedish: Elitserien i ishockey. The national championship has been played since 1922 in other forms. 12 teams)
  • Allsvenskan (The Swedish second league, that can compare in quality with many countries' first league. The four best teams compete in the end of the season with the two worst placed team in Elitserien. 14 teams.)
  • Swedish Division 1 (Divided into 6 regions, A-F. The three best teams in each region make 3 new series in the end and the three winners will compete with the last three in HockeyAllsvenskan for a place in the higher league. 56 teams at the moment.)
  • Swedish Division 2 (Divided into 11 regions. Around 100 teams, many U20-teams also play here.)
  • Swedish Division 3 (Divided into 13 regions.)
  • Swedish Division 4 (Divided into 6 regions. In Stockholm called the "Swedish Iron League", does not cover all of Sweden.)
  • J20 Superelit (Under 20, junior league.)
  • J18 Elit (Under 18, divided into 4 regions.)

Women[change | change source]

Riksserien (Highest league, 8 teams.)

Switzerland[change | change source]

Turkey[change | change source]

(Leagues involve teams from both Europe and Asia)

Ukraine[change | change source]

United Kingdom[change | change source]

Defunct Leagues

English Ice Hockey Association Women's Leagues

Yugoslavia[change | change source]

Oceania[change | change source]

References[change | change source]