Come and join one of our Teams

2023 was an amazing year for Lions Inline Hockey Club as we have seen massive growth across all our age groups and teams.

We now have the biggest number of Junior players the club has had with players aged from 4 years old to 16 and we are taking part in the 1st BRHA Junior West League.

We have 4 senior teams taking part in 3 different leagues “BRHA West & BRHA North West Leagues”.

We are now looking to get more children and adults into playing as a keeper.

Going into the 2024/25 season next winter we would like to have keepers to play in the following age groups.

Under 8s

Under 10s

Under 12s

Under 14s

Under 16s

We are also looking at growing all of our Junior teams to play in the BRHA West Junior League and are looking for children who would like to be players and join us in all the same age groups as above.

We are also looking for keepers aged 15 + to join our Wild Lions and Lions Black Senrior teams to play in the BRHA West C League.

We host 5 training sessions a week.

2 Junior training sessions on a Saturday 10:30am – 12PM and Monday 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Wild Lions training on Monday 7:30 – 9:00pm

Lions Senior training on Monday 9:00pm – 10:30pm

All at Ardwick Sports Centre M12 4DY.

All of the training sessions above do not require any equipment or experience and children get their 1st two sessions for free and then just £20 a month or £8 per session and Adults is £25 a month or £10 per session.

No booking is required for any of the above training sessions.

We also host a Senior Training session for experienced players on a Thursday 9:00pm – 10:30pm at Atherton Roller Rink. This session requires you to own all of your equipment and have experience playing B League-level senior hockey.

If you would like any more information please email

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