Link Centre
Link Centre
Location Swindon, England
Broke ground 1983
Opened 1984
Owner Swindon Borough Council
Surface Various
Construction cost £9-11 million (est)
Architect KP Parry
(Thamesdown Borough Council)
Tenants Swindon Wildcats (Ice Hockey)
Swindon Panthers (Ice Hockey)
Swindon Topcats (Ice Hockey)
Swindon Sonics (Basketball)
Capacity 6000
Field Dimensions Roofed area 8760 sq. metres
Height of roof 11.3 m
Height to mast top 22.6 m
Internal floor area 12,500 sq. metres
Rink size 56 m x 26 m

The Link Centre is a leisure centre in Swindon, England. The building was designed to be as energy efficient as possible with heat generated by the ice rink refrigeration system being used to warm its internal areas. Swindon Wildcats, an English Premier Ice Hockey League team, use the ice rink and facilities for their home games.


  • Ice rink
The international-sized ice pad at the Link Centre is recognised as a "Centre of Excellence" for both figure skating and ice hockey. it is an approved national centre for squad training for the National Ice Skating Association and British Ice Hockey Associations, it is also a NISA approved regional test centre.


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