Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club | Every Body Moves

Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club


The Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club offers sporting opportunities to people with a lower body disability or impairment to take part in a highly skilled, fast paced, physically demanding team sport. 

We have both male and female members at the Steelkings with a range of disabilities including, amputations, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, paraplegia and PTSD.  

To play the sport of para ice hockey, players sit in metal sledge that have two skate blades underneath and they move around the ice (and handle a puck) by using two para ice hockey sticks that have metal picks on one end. 

When our players get onto the ice, all of their daily struggles are forgotten. They get the freedom to fly around the ice and their disability or impairment doesn't hold them back.

Para ice hockey improves the physical and mental wellness of our members every time they get on the ice and our mission is to now get as many people playing the sport as we possibly can. 

It's a tough sport but full of great people and if you think you have what it takes, we hope to hear from you!

(You can find the Sheffield Steelkings on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube if you require more information about the sort and the team).

Club features

Impairment types:

Physical impairment
Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club


23 Coleridge Road
S9 5DA
United Kingdom

Telephone number:


Attending the club:

If you are interested in trying para ice hockey with the Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club, please email us at:

Here we will provide all the information you will need to take part in our fast paced, physical, highly skilled, team sport.

The first two sessions are free for you to try the sport but after that you have to register with our association so you are covered under their insurance and a monthly subscription to the club will also be required.

Is there a specific meeting point at the address:

Once communication with the club has been made, you will be invite to attend a future training session where a meeting point will be discussed.


We will provide all protective equipment for your trail sessions. (However, you will be required to purchase your own if you decide to join the team).

We highly recommend you wear lightweight, breathable clothing as well as strong footwear that covers your ankles for training.

Accessibility Information:

IceSheffield is accessible to individuals with physical impairments and wheelchair users. There is a lift inside along with disabled parking, toilets and changing facilities on site.

As a club we also try to make the experience as easy and straight forward as we can but to participate in para ice hockey, players need to transfer to one of our adjustable sledges so they can participate in the training session with the Sheffield Steelkings.

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