This section of the website has information regarding the setup of EIHA referees and also information about becoming a referee as well.
Many of us do it for the love of the sport of ice hockey and to support our local teams. We are always in need of more help on the ice, and it’s a great way to develop your skating skills. If you are a player it allows you more ice time to develop and can give you a competitive edge by having more knowledge of the rules.
We run level one seminars throughout the season and more information can be found on the level one course page.
If there is a question you are unsure of or would like further information that you can not find in this section, please contact the relevant person below:
- General Secretary – Ann Liptrott e-mail: [email protected]
- Chief Referee – Kenneth Riddell e-mail: [email protected]
- Allocations – Anthony Decaux e-mail: [email protected]
- Development & Training – Joy Johnston e-mail: [email protected]
We hope to develop this part of the website with lots more information and some of your favorite officials profiles and interviews, so please check back often.
2017 Level 1 courses now open to bookings Below is our calendar of level 1 officiating courses and information about how to book a place on one of the courses. You can also download
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