|Association||Luxembourg Ice Hockey Federation|
|Head coach||Joakim Eriksson|
|Most games||Frank Schons & two others (41)|
|Most points||Robert Beran (67)|
|Highest IIHF ranking||42 (2003)|
|Lowest IIHF ranking||44 (2009)|
| South Africa 23–0 Luxembourg |
(Johannesburg, South Africa; March 21, 1992)
| Luxembourg 38–3 Armenia |
(Mexico City, Mexico; March 10, 2005)
| Spain 31–0 Luxembourg |
(Johannesburg, South Africa; March 25, 1992)
|IIHF World Championships|
|Appearances||11 (first in 1992)|
|Best result||31st (in 1992)|
|International record (W-L-T)|
The team plays in the colours of the national flag: red, white, and light blue. The squad is coached by Marian Gallo of Slovakia and captained by Ronny Scheier. Several national team players play for teams in Canada, Finland, France, and Germany.
In the 2007 World Championships, Luxembourg finished third in Division III, narrowly missing out on promotion to Division II after being defeated 4-3 by hosts Ireland in overtime. Luxembourg has never competed in ice hockey at the Olympics. They placed third at the 2009 IIHF World Championship Division III in Dunedin, New Zealand.
IIHF World ChampionshipsEdit
|2002||II (B)||6th (relegated)|
|2004||II (A)||6th (relegated)|
Tornado Luxembourg currently plays in the French third division. As a foreign team, it can't claim the third division's title or be promoted to the second division.