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|Irish Ice Hockey League|
|No. of teams||6|
|Most recent champion(s)||Dundalk Bulls|
|Official website||Irish Ice Hockey Association|
The Irish Ice Hockey League is an amateur ice hockey league based on the Irish island. Founded in 2007, the league was created following the huge success the 2007 World Championship Division III, held in Dundalk, Ireland, was. The league has an affiliated development league, the Irish Ice Hockey Association's Development Division (IIHADD).
For the inaugural season, 2007-08, five teams, the Dublin Flyers, Dublin Rams, Dundalk Bulls, Latvian Hawks and Belfast Bruins, took part in the league activities. Each team met each other four times, and all the games were held at the Dundalk Ice Dome on every Saturday, from inaugural day September 15th to April 2008. That season saw the Dundalk Bulls establish themselves as the league's first champions, when they defeated the Rams 6-3 in the finals.
In 2008-09 season, the Bulls once again were crowned league champions.
The 2009-10 season began with several changes with the participating teams. A new team, the Castlereagh Spartans, joined the league, the Latvian Hawks became the Charlestown Chiefs; the Dublin Wolves left the league, as did the Junior Belfast Giants.
- CastleReigh Spartans
- Dublin Rams
- Dundalk Bulls
- Flyers IHC
- Charlestown Chiefs
- Derry Dynamos
- St Patrick Clovers
- Hawks B
- Blackrock Whalers
- Dundalk lady bulls
- Dundalk bulls, B
- Flyers B
- ice vixons
- Belfast City Bruins
- Dublin Flyers (est. 1987) 1997 Recreational Scottish Cup Champions
- Dublin Druids
- Dublin Stags (est. 1982)
- Dundonald Redwings
- The Halifax Hockey Club
- Junior Belfast Giants 07-08
- Dublin Wolves06-09
|Irish Ice Hockey League winners|
|2007-08||Dundalk Bulls||2009-10||Charlestown Chiefs|