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2022 NZIHF Under 12 Tournament – Registration Pack & More Information

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The 2022 NZIHF Under 12 tournament is taking place on the weekend of Friday 14th – Sunday 16th October at Alpine Ice Arena, in Christchurch.

We are excited to be back on ice to experience what is the highlight of the hockey calendar for many and look forward to seeing parents and players from around New Zealand come together to compete in this spectacle of youth ice hockey!

Below is an information pack containing all the key information about the tournament.

Tournament Schedule & Format:
All players must be born between 2015 and 2011 to be eligible to participate. Dispensations may be available – contact us via email for more information info@aiha.org.nz

The tournament will consist of a series of round robin games, semi-finals and finals, followed by a prizegiving at the end of the weekend.

Each team will travel with a coach and two managers, to assist with the running of the weekend, all coaches and managers travelling with teams will be Police vetted.

Teams will consist of 6 players and 1 goaltender, with teams formed by AIHA.

Games will be 3 on 3, cross ice, with 3 games taking place on the ice sheet at once.

Games will take place on Friday evening, Saturday morning through to evening and Sunday morning through to early afternoon. Prizegiving will take place after the finals games on Sunday afternoon, with teams departing home thereafter.

Teams will need to organise their own sets of playing jerseys. The NZIHF will provide bibs if required, to differentiate between teams should there be colour or jersey clashes.

Tournament Costs:
We have created several packages, based on whether parents and players are organising only some of their attendance, or choose the full package provided by the NZIHF. The below costs only include the child’s flights, accommodation, and tournament fees. Any parents/family members attending will need to provide their own flights and accommodation. You can choose to register now and pay in full, or register now and go on an instalment plan. Registrations close August 4th 2022.

Full Package: Flights + Accommodation + Tournament Entry: $515.00
Own Flights: Accommodation + Tournament Entry: $235.00
Tournament Only: Tournament Entry $130.00

Flights:
For players/parents who purchase the full package, flights will depart as below. Teams will travel as a group on a single flight together.

Date of Travel Itinerary Flight No. Departs Arrives
14-Oct-22 Auckland to Christchurch NZ531 10:00 11:25
16-Oct-22 Christchurch to Auckland NZ558 16:00 17:25

For players who arrive in Christchurch via a flight, the NZIHF will provide a mixture of busses and vans to transport teams from the airport to the accommodation and back.

Accommodation:

For players/parents who purchase a package which includes accommodation, accommodation will be provided at Bealey Quarter located at 263 Bealey Avenue, Edgeware, Christchurch 8013, which is approximately a 10-minute drive from the ice arena.

Find out more about Bealey Quarter on their website: https://www.bealeyquarter.co.nz/ or contact them via phone 0800 115 043

Shuttle vans will be provided to transport parents/players between the accommodation and ice arena.

For players/parents who wish to organise their own accommodation, but stay at the same venue, there will be limited spaces available at Bealey Quarter, and if you mention the promo code “icehockey” you will receive a discount on your booking.

Restaurant food and cooking facilities are available onsite at the accommodation venue.

The NZIHF is not providing food or drink for tournament participants – it is up to parents/players to organise their own food throughout the weekend.

Register to Attend:

All registration will be processed on esportsdesk. Log in to your account and register here: https://secure.esportsdesk.com/login.cfm?leagueID=23340&clientID=5788

Registrations close August 4th 2022.

2022 NZIHL Game Tickets On Sale Now

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Tickets are on sale now for the 2022 NZIHL season.

There are 20 regular season games that will take place in Auckland for 2022, featuring Auckland’s own Auckland Mako, Botany Swarm and the West Auckland Admirals. Plus visits from the Canterbury Red Devils, Phoenix Thunder and Skycity Stampede.

Game 1 of the season kicks off on Saturday 11th June.

NZIHL Platinum Pass – $185.00 (Adult), $145.00 (Child) – Sale Ends Friday 27th May

  • Access to all 20 regular season NZIHL games in Auckland (works out to be just $9.25 per game!)
  • Priority entry to the ice rink, through a dedicated lane
  • 20% off in-house merchandise
  • Coupon code for a further 20x single entry tickets (to share with friends) at a 20% discount
  • Pre-sale access to semi-final and/or finals tickets
  • Collector’s lanyard

Single Entry Online Tickets – $19.00 (Adult), $15.00 (Child)

  • Purchasable online prior to game day

Family Pass (2 Adults, 2 Children) – $55.00

  • Purchasable online prior to game day

View the full schedule and purchase your tickets on our website now: https://shop.aiha.org.nz/game-tickets/

Check out your local teams as follows:

Auckland Mako – www.aucklandmako.co.nz
Botany Swarm – www.botanyswarm.co.nz
West Auckland Admirals – www.westaucklandadmirals.co.nz

U18 Auckland Representative Team Expressions of Interest Open

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We are excited to announce that the schedule for the U18 Auckland Teams travelling to Dunedin has been finalised and expressions of interest to be a part of the teams are now open.

Being part of the Auckland U18 Representative programme is a commitment by everyone involved to help create an environment that inspires, empowers, supports and recognises achievements. This is to be an enjoyable environment where players can excel and play for Auckland with pride.

Tournament #1:
Saturday 9th July – Tuesday 12th July 2022 in Dunedin.

Tournament #2:
Saturday 1st October – Tuesday 4th October 2022 in Dunedin.

Practice Schedule:
Saturday 14th May @ Avondale 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 21st May @ Avondale 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 11th June @ Avondale 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 2nd July @ Avondale 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 13th August @ Avondale: 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 3rd September @ Avondale: 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 24th September @ Avondale: 11:45am – 12:45pm
Tuesday 27th September @ Avondale: 7:45pm – 8:45pm

Cost:
The upfront cost to join the U18 Practice Squad will be $160.

Players selected to travel with the team to each tournament in Dunedin will then have fees associated with each tournament which will be approximately $595 per tournament inclusive of travel, accommodation, tournament fees and team meals in Dunedin.

Your Confirmation:
To confirm you wish to participate in the U18 NZMIHL Representative Program, you will need to :

Submit your registration using the online form, by Thursday, 12 May 2022.

Click Here to Complete Your Expression of Interest

Inclusion in the squad will only be confirmed once the information is received. Inclusion in the squad is also subject to all fees being paid and up to date. All players must be registered and have paid their AIHA club fees.

U15 Auckland Representative Team Expressions of Interest Open

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We are excited to announce that the schedule for the U15 Auckland Teams travelling to Dunedin has been finalised and expressions of interest to be a part of the teams are now open.

Being part of the Auckland U15 Representative programme is a commitment by everyone involved to help create an environment that inspires, empowers, supports and recognises achievements. This is to be an enjoyable environment where players can excel and play for Auckland with pride.

Tournament #1:
Friday 15th July – Tuesday 19th July 2022 in Dunedin

Tournament #2:
Friday 7th October – Tuesday 11th October 2022 in Dunedin

Practice Schedule (Combined 2 Team Practice):
Saturday 28th May @ Avondale 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 18th June @ Avondale 11:45am – 12:45pm
Saturday 17th September @ Avondale 11:45am – 12:45pm
Tuesday 27th September @ Avondale: 6:45pm – 7:45pm

Total Cost:
Approximately $1295 per player inclusive of practice costs, travel, accommodation, tournament fees and team meals in Dunedin. The total cost will be split across the two tournaments, so will not be required in one lump sum payment.

Your Confirmation:
Please secure your place with one of the two travelling teams.

To confirm you wish to participate in the U15 NZBIHL Representative Tournament, you will need to :

Submit your registration using the online form, by Friday May 13th 3:00pm.

Click Here to Complete Your Expression of Interest

Inclusion in the squad will only be confirmed once the information is received. Inclusion in the squad is also subject to all fees being paid and up to date. All players must be registered and have paid their AIHA club fees.

ubject to all fees being paid and up to date. All players must be registered and have paid their AIHA club fees.

2022 NZIHF Youth Development Camp Registrations Open

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Registrations are now open for the 2022 NZIHF Youth Development Camp events held around the country, with one event taking place in Auckland.
 
These aim to provide New Zealand’s youth players with FUN and age-appropriate on and off-ice training. Training in the camps are largely based off USA Hockey’s use of small area skills and station work.
 
These camps are available to all male and female players, born from 2004 through to 2015.
 
Dunedin 4th – 6th June 2022
Canterbury 25th – 26th June 2022
Auckland 21st – 24th October 2022
 

AIHA Term 1 School Holiday Programme Details

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We will be running a Term 1 School Holiday ice hockey programme for both under 12 year olds and Bantam/Junior League players. Read below to find out more information and how to register.

For our Under 12 players we will be holding a programme at Avondale & Botany.

For our Bantam & Junior League players we will be holding a programme at Avondale.

Haven’t been to one of our school holiday programmes before? Check out the action from our previous school holiday programmes here:

2022 Term 1 Under 12 Years Old Holiday Programme – Avondale & Botany:

Avondale: Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th April 2022
Botany: Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd April 2022

Day Format:

  • On Ice 7:45 – 8:45am: We will start the day with a fun ice session working on all of the players individual skills.
  • Off ice 9:15 – 10:00am: We will work on stretching and educating the players on cool down and importance of flexibility as well as work on stick handling and doing various off ice stick handling drills/games.
  • 10:00am – 11:00am: Snack and Hockey classroom session
  • 11:00am – 12:00pm: Laser tag
  • 12:00pm – 1:00pm: Lunch and Hockey videos and movies
  • Free Skate/Games 1:00 – 3:00pm: To end the day, we will do some free skating during the public session. We will also have some off-ice activities planned during this period to keep some variety for the kids.

Pickup time is 3:00pm from both Avondale and Botany ice rink.

Cost:
$60.00 Per Day – This cost includes 1 hour laser tag on each day – Payment due at rink on the day

Food and drink is not included, so players will have to supply this themselves.

Register here: https://forms.gle/YUfhfQMGFm8ozi1P7

 

2022 Term 1 Bantam & Junior League Holiday Camp – Avondale:

Avondale: Tuesday 26th , Wednesday 27th , Thursday 28th April 2022

Day Format:

  • On ice 7:45 – 8:45am: day starts on the ice with a high level skills development session in stations format.
  • Off Ice 9:15 – 10:00am: players will be split into 2 groups. 1 group will work on flexibility and cool down stretching as well as education on pre training/pregame physical preparation. Meanwhile, the other group will work on stick handling and agility.
  • Classroom/video 10:15 – 11:00am: Players will receive some education on nutrition, pre-game mental preparation and focus techniques and will go through a team builder challenge in small groups.
  • Bakery/Gym 11:15 – 1:00pm: A quick stop at the bakery before we walk to “The People’s Gym” where the players will be put through and educated on off ice sport specific circuit style training. We will highlight technique, educate on muscle groups and go over the importance of training sport specifically.
  • Power Skating/Games 1:00 – 3:00pm: The day will finish with the players either taking part in the public session with coach guided power skating drills or (if the public session isn’t too busy) we will draw the netting and be able to play some cross ice games.

Pickup time is 3:00pm from Avondale ice rink.

Cost:
$60.00 Per Day – Payment due at the rink on the day.

Food and drink is not included, so players will have to supply this themselves.

Register here: https://forms.gle/Mz8DX5fkrLwjRGSa8

2022 On-ice Bantam & Junior Pre-Season Trainings

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We’ve added a series of pre-season on ice trainings for our Bantam & Junior league players.

Come along and get in top shape for the 2022 season!

Bantam & Junior League: On Ice Training – Avondale:

  • Sunday February 20th 8:45am – 10:15am
  • Sunday February 27th 8:45am – 10:15am
  • Sunday March 6th 8:45am – 10:15am
  • Sunday March 13th 8:45am – 10:15am
  • Sunday March 20th 8:45am – 10:15am
  • Sunday March 27th 8:45am – 10:15am
  • Sunday April 3rd 8:45am – 10:15am

Where: Paradice Avondale
Cost: $20.00 per session, pay at the door on arrival (EFTPOS & Cash available)
What to Bring: Your normal ice hockey gear
Who: Any Bantam or Junior League player can attend

Register Here: https://forms.gle/r8vUfRNo9qex4DwV6

Covid 19 Information: A valid Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate is required for entry

With the current limit on gatherings under the Red Traffic Light, we ask that parents drop their kids off for training, and then pick them up when it is complete so the 100 person gathering limit can be adhered to.

2022 Under 9 & Under 12 Super League Registrations Now Open

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Registrations for the 2022 Super League are now open.

We are pleased to announce that registrations for our 2022 playing leagues are now open! Read below to find out about changes to the 2022 season and new registration process.

COVID-19 Vaccination Status:
In line with Government and ice rink requirements, all players aged 12 years 3 months and over, parents, spectators and guests, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a valid COVID-19 Passport to enter the ice rinks. Proof of vaccination will be required to enter the building.

Click here to register online now.

Click here to view a guide on how to register.

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.

The ice slots for the Super League are as follows:

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

The first round is April 3rd 2022 at Botany

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.

Which team will I play on?
The AIHA coaching staff will assign players to teams based on their skill level, to ensure teams are fair/balanced throughout the league.

When Does The Season Start?
The 2022 Super League season will begin on April 3rd 2022 at Botany, 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 March, on our scheduling website: www.aucklandicehockeyhub.co.nz

Playing Fees:
Super League Registration Fee – $60.00
Simply bring your Learn to Play concession card or pay the casual rate of $20.00 per game.

Concession cards are valid for 10 sessions and are $160.00 each for 2022.

How To Register
Registrations are processed on AIHA’s Club Management software, esportsdesk. You must register to play and be assigned to a team. Players who do not register will not be able to compete in the 2022 season.

There is a registration fee of $60.00 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.

Click here to register online now.

Click here to view a guide on how to register.

Questions / More Information:
If you have any questions or require more information, please email info@aiha.org.nz and we’ll get back to you.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs:)

Why have you changed registration system?

We have been using the esportsdesk platform for over 5 years for our scheduling and game results needs, and have now decided to use their registration and payment add-on, to bring everything under one roof. esportsdesk is specifically built for ice hockey, and is used throughout Australia and North America.

Why am I paying money to the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation (NZIHF) during registration?

All regional/club ice hockey registrations in New Zealand have a component which is paid to the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation (NZIHF), as the governing body for ice hockey in NZ. If you have previously played ice hockey at AIHA or any other NZ club, you have already been paying this amount, however it has likely been bundled in to one “registration” fee shown on previous registration programmes. With the move to our new registration programme, this amount is now shown as a separate line item and is paid directly to the NZIHF.

So in short: You have already been paying this amount, you’re now just seeing it as a separate line item as part of your registration.

But who is the NZIHF and what do they do for me? Why do I have to pay this amount?

The NZIHF is the governing body for ice hockey activity in New Zealand. The registration fee you pay contributes to the running of the NZIHF. The NZIHF helps fund ice hockey at all levels throughout New Zealand, including helping fund regional clubs, donation of gear/equipment, funding and support of national (NZIHL and representative teams) and international representative teams. This registration fee helps to grow and develop the sport of ice hockey in New Zealand.

How will fees be paid?

Your registration fee will be paid via credit/debit card during registration. 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.

I don't have a credit/debit card - how can I register and pay for my fees?

Our registration data has shown only a very small amount of people choose to pay via bank transfer. We strongly encourage all members to pay their fees via credit/debit card as it automates your fee payments, meaning after you register, you don’t have to log in to your account constantly to manually pay fees.

If you do not have a credit/debit card and wish to pay via bank transfer, please email info@aiha.org.nz and we will make suitable arrangements for you.

2022 Learn to Play Registrations Open

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The 2022 AIHA Learn to Play season kicks off in just two weeks! Register online now!

Term 1 Start Dates:

  • Monday nights at Avondale: Monday 14th February – on ice at 5:45pm
  • Wednesday nights at Avondale: Wednesday 16th February – on ice at 5:45pm
  • Thursday nights at Botany: Thursday 17th February – on ice at 5:30pm
  • Saturday mornings at Botany: Saturday 19th February – on ice at 11:15am

Full term dates can be found on our website – https://www.aiha.org.nz/learn-to-play/

Register for the 2022 Season:
All parents and players must register with AIHA for Learn to Play at the start of the season. Registration costs $25.00 per child and is valid for the entire 2022 calendar year.

>> Click Here to Register <<

We strongly encourage you to complete your registration form online ahead of time, to avoid delays at the rink.

How Do I Register for Learn to Play?
Registration for Learn to Play is done online. Simply fill out your details using the handy online form and then pay your $25.00 registration fee at the rink.

COVID-19 Vaccination Status:
In line with Government and ice rink requirements, all players aged 12 years 3 months and over, parents, spectators and guests, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a valid COVID-19 Passport to enter the ice rinks. Proof of vaccination will be required to enter the building.

Fees & Payment Options:
Parents can purchase concession cards at the rate of $160.00 for 10 sessions or pay for sessions individually at the casual rate of $20.00 per session without a concession card. Concession cards will be available for purchase at both rinks – please ensure you turn up early to purchase your card. We will have EFTPOS, VISA and cash facilities available. The concession card cost has increased slightly for 2022, due to an increase in ice time and other operational costs.

Please note, due to increasing credit card processing fees from our payment gateway provider, those who wish to pay via credit card will incur a 3.5% convenience fee, added to their total amount. EFTPOS and debit card transactions will not incur a fee.

All concession cards purchased in 2021 with leftover concessions will be valid for 2022.

Gear Hire:
Players can hire a range of gear for a fee of $40.00 per term (plus a refundable bond of $50.00). If you need to hire gear, please ensure you arrive early at the rink to find suitable gear for your child.

2022 U12 & U9 Super League:
The Super League consists of super hero themed teams that play games every Sunday morning. Registrations for the 2022 season are open now – find out more information on our website: https://www.aiha.org.nz/2021-under-9-under-12-super-league-registrations-now-open/

More Information:
If you have any questions, or require more information please get in touch with us via email: info@aiha.org.nz

 

That’s all from us – we hope you have a great 2022 Learn to Play Season!

2022 Bantam & Junior League Registrations Now Open

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Registrations for the 2022 Bantam & Junior Leagues are now open.

We are pleased to announce that registrations for our 2022 playing leagues are now open! Read below to find out about changes to the 2022 season and registration process.

COVID-19 Vaccination Status:
In line with Government and ice rink requirements, all players aged 12 years 3 months and over, parents, spectators and guests, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a valid COVID-19 Passport to enter the ice rinks. Proof of vaccination will be required to enter the building.

Click here to register online now.

Click here to view a guide on how to register.

Who Can Play?

Bantam League: Players must remain under 15 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.

Junior League: Players must remain under 18 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.

Playing Fees:

Due to the cost of ice time increasing and other operational expenses, playing fees have increased slightly for the 2022 season, however we have decided to not pass on all of these cost increases to our members.

We have also reduced the upfront cost at the time of registration, with the playing fees split across 6 instalments thereafter. This makes it fairer for those who only play part of the season (eg: injury) and helps spread out the payments.

With our registration system, all payments will be processed via credit card or debit card, and should you choose an instalment plan, the amount shown below will automatically come off your credit card on the specified due date. You will be emailed a few days prior to the instalment date to remind you that this will occur.

2022 Playing fees can be paid in bulk or instalments, with options as below:

  • AIHA Registration Fee – Due at time of registration: $105.00 ($75.00 if paid by 18th February 2022)
  • NZIHF Registration Fee – Due at time of registration: $45.00
  • Deposit – Due at time of registration: $30.00
  • Ice Fee Instalment 1 – Due 15th April 2022: $149.00
  • Ice Fee Instalment 2 – Due 15th May 2022: $149.00
  • Ice Fee Instalment 3 – Due 15th June 2022: $149.00
  • Ice Fee Instalment 4 – Due 15th July 2022: $149.00
  • Ice Fee Instalment 5 – Due 15th August 2022: $149.00
  • Ice Fee Instalment 6 – Due 15th September 2022: $149.00

Season Information:

The 2022 Bantam & Junior League practices will start in April, with games starting in May (we will communicate the exact dates shortly), and will be structured as below.

New for 2022:
Tuesday and Thursday night practices will now see each league train separately, except for a combined Bantam & Junior league practice on Sunday mornings.
Off-ice training will take place at the ice rink on every Tuesday and Thursday night session.

Bantam & Junior League Games:
Monday Nights: Bantam & Junior League games at both rinks (alternating each week)

Bantam League Practice:
Tuesday Nights at Avondale: On ice practice 6:45pm – 7:40pm. Off-ice practice 7:50pm – 8:20pm.
Thursday Nights at Botany: On ice practice 6:45pm – 7:40pm. Off-ice practice 7:50pm – 8:20pm.

Junior League Practice:
Tuesday Nights at Avondale: Off-ice practice 6:45pm – 7:15pm. On-ice practice 7:40pm – 8:35pm
Thursday Nights at Botany: Off-ice practice 6:45pm – 7:15pm. On-ice practice 7:40pm – 8:35pm

Combined Practice:
Sundays Mornings at Avondale: 8:15am – 10:15am
Sunday mornings at Botany: 8:30am – 10:30am
Combined practices will alternate between both rinks

Times to be confirmed once registration numbers are known. Times will be similar to the 2021 season.

The full schedule will be available on our scheduling website prior to the season starting – click here

Officiating:

We need referees! Without referees we cannot run games and we have been running pretty thin on the bench over recent seasons. So, if you would like to try on the stripes and engage with the game in a different way, join the “third team!” We will train you and get you up to speed in no time! Contact referee@aiha.org.nz for more information.

Teams & Rosters:

Teams and rosters will be named closer to the start of the season launch, once registrations have been processed.

Under 9 and Under 12 Super League Registrations:

If you have a child that plays in the Super League, you can register them at the same time. Read more here: https://www.aiha.org.nz/2022-under-9-under-12-super-league-registrations-now-open/

Questions / More Information:

If you have any questions or require more information, please email info@aiha.org.nz and we’ll get back to you.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs:)

Why am I paying money to the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation (NZIHF) during registration?

All regional/club ice hockey registrations in New Zealand have a component which is paid to the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation (NZIHF), as the governing body for ice hockey in NZ. If you have previously played ice hockey at AIHA or any other NZ club, you have already been paying this amount, however it has likely been bundled in to one “registration” fee shown on previous registration programmes. With the move to our new registration programme, this amount is now shown as a separate line item and is paid directly to the NZIHF.

AIHA charges a registration fee to help cover league administration costs such as goals, pucks, referees, linesman, score bench and other operational expenses. In 2022, the two are now shown as separate line items of $45 (NZIHF registration fee) and $75 (AIHA registration fee)

 

But who is the NZIHF and what do they do for me? Why do I have to pay this amount?

The NZIHF is the governing body for ice hockey activity in New Zealand. The registration fee you pay contributes to the running of the NZIHF. The NZIHF helps fund ice hockey at all levels throughout New Zealand, including helping fund regional clubs, donation of gear/equipment, funding and support of national (NZIHL and representative teams) and international representative teams. This registration fee helps to grow and develop the sport of ice hockey in New Zealand.

How will fees be paid?

Fees will be paid by the player to AIHA in the same format as 2021, split across instalments. With the new registration system, all payments will be processed via credit/debit card, and should you choose an instalment plan, the amount shown below will automatically come off your credit/debit card on the specified due date. You will be emailed a few days prior to the instalment date to remind you that this will occur.

I don't have a credit/debit card - how can I register and pay for my fees?

Our registration data has shown only a very small amount of people choose to pay via bank transfer. We strongly encourage all members to pay their fees via credit/debit card as it automates your fee payments, meaning after you register, you don’t have to log in to your account constantly to manually pay fees.

If you do not have a credit/debit card and wish to pay via bank transfer, please email info@aiha.org.nz and we will make suitable arrangements for you.