2020 Super League Registrations Open

By December 17, 2019No Comments

Registrations for the 2020 Under 9 and Under 12 Super League are now open!

What Is the Super League?

The Super League offers children under 12 years old an environment to learn or extend their ice hockey skills and game play with the emphasis on fun.

Games are 3 on 3, cross-ice with approximately 2 lines per team.

AIHA numbers at the U12 and U9 age have grown over the past year, and we are optimistic that expansion of the Super League by two U12 Teams and two U9 Teams is possible.

In order to expand, we have secured more ice on Sunday mornings at both Botany and Avondale. The ice slots for the Super League will now be as follows:

  • Avondale: 8:15am – 10:15am
  • Botany: 8:30am – 10:30am

The same payment system will be used and each game will be one clip from a Learn to Play concession card per player.

Who Can Play?

Anyone can play so long as they meet the age requirements – Under 12 years old for the U12 League and under 9 years old for the U9 league. Players must remain under 12 for the entire calendar year of the season. However, if this means you miss out (eg: born late in the year) special dispensation may apply to allow you to play in this league. Please email info@aiha.org.nz to request more information about this.

When Does The Season Start?

The 2020 Super League season will begin in late March, however you must register now to secure your spot – there are only a limited amount of places on each team!

The full schedule will be made available in early 2020, on our scheduling website: www.aucklandicehockeyhub.co.nz

How To Register

Registrations are now processed on AIHA’s Club Management software, ClubHub. You must register to play and be assigned to a team. Players who do not register will not be able to compete in the 2020 season.

There is a registration fee of $50.00 per player, per year. This fee covers the administration costs, registering Super League players with the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation (NZIHF) so they can play in NZIHF events and tournaments. The fee also covers costs for referees, replacing team jerseys, pucks, trophies and medals for the season. Please support the club by paying your registration fee on time, or even better, early!

Some of you may have used ClubHub previously if you have older children who play in the Bantam or Junior leagues.

If you have not used ClubHub before, don’t worry! We’ve included some information below on how to register.

You can access ClubHub and register here: www.aiha.org.nz/clubhub

ClubHub Registration Guide:

Step 1: Visit ClubHub – www.aiha.org.nz/clubhub
Step 2: If you already have an active ClubHub account, click “Login”. If you don’t have a ClubHub account yet, click “Register Player”
Step 3: Complete the player registration form, filling out all of the player’s details.
Step 4: (Optional) Upon saving the first player’s details, enter any additional player’s details (you can register more than one child at the same time if necessary).
Step 5: Once you have entered all of the player’s details, click on “Add a parent or guardian” and complete your information
Step 6: Once you have entered parent/guardian information, click continue where it says “I have entered everyone’s details”
Step 7: We are a voluntary organisation and can only operate with the assistance of our members. If you are able to assist, please check the boxes for any role where you feel you could help and then click “continue”
Step 8: Confirm your email address
Step 9: If you are finished, click on “Confirm Registration” to submit your registration.
Step 10: Once you have submitted your registration, you can pay the registration fee via credit card or bank account transfer.

Playing Fees:

Playing fees will remain the same as last year – simply bring your Learn to Play concession card or pay the casual rate of $20.00 per game.


If you have any questions, please get in touch with us via email: info@aiha.org.nz


We are looking forward to a fantastic season of ice hockey – see you on the ice in 2020!

Kind Regards,

Auckland Ice Hockey Association