Skater HockeyCopyright: HSZ Walter
Skater hockey originated from ice hockey. While it was initially a recreational sport in the summer, it is now increasing in popularity. The sport is played with inline skates, a hard rubber ball, and protective gear similar to ice hockey. In skater hockey there are four skaters and a goalkeeper on each team. The small number of players make it possible to score many goals, which makes the sport fast and attractive.
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To protect the gym floor participants are only allowed to wear light-colored indoor skates. Knee, elbow, and shin pads are recommended. A limited number of helmets are available for beginners.
Special Participation Requirements
The instructed courses are free of charge but participants must register. We recommend being able to confidently stand on the skates.
If you are no longer able to participate, please cancel your booking online!
Course Cancellations and Facility Closures
If you would like to be informed of last minute course cancellations and facility closures affecting this class, please join the corresponding mailing list.
Links and Other Activities
To supplement your training, we recommend the course Fitness Training for Ball and Team Sports.
You can find more information about this sport on the official website of the Deutscher Rollsport- und Inline-Verband e.V.