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|League||English National Ice Hockey League|
|Home ice||Hobs Moat Road Rink|
|Colours||Red and white|
|Head coach||Darren Bellerby|
Solihull Barons (also known as the Renault Solihull Barons for sponsorship reasons) are an English ice hockey team from the town of Solihull who play at Hobs Moat Road Rink. They were formed in 2005, although they are named after the team of the same name who played at the same ice rink between 1972 and 1996. From May 2002 to April 2003, Solihull MK Kings played at Hobs Moat Road Rink.
The current Solihull Barons team were formed in 2005 and originally played in the the English Premier Ice Hockey League. At the end of the 2006-07 season they had to drop down to the English National Ice Hockey League (ENIHL). The ENIHL was restructured for the 2008-09 season into two regional divisions North and South, with two leagues in each region. The Barons currently compete in the Northern Division Two.
The team also hold charity games for Birmingham Children's Hospital.
The Club also has a youth system, which starts at Under-10s.
The teams are -
- Solihull Saints (Under-10s)
- Solihull Kings (Under-12s)
- Solihull Flames (Under 14s)
- Solihull Sabres (Under 16s)
- Solihull Knights (Under 18s)
|31||Sam Hewitt||Left||Solihull, England|
|33||Steve Doyle||Left||Birmingham, England|
|6||Lee Winwood||Right||Coventry, England|
|11||Phil Knight||Right||Solihull, England|
|15||Eddie Slater||Right||Birmingham, England|
|26||Martin Mizak||Left||Košice, Slovakia|
|32||Stuart Clayton||Right||Coventry, England|
|42||Ross Pink||Right||Repton, England|
|88||Phil Lee||Left||Billingham, England|
|4||Dean Tonks||Left||Sheffield, England|
|7||Andrew Howarth||Right||Solihull, England|
|10||Neil Adams||Right||Birmingham, England|
|12||Jay McFayden||Left||Birmingham, England|
|14||Blake Timms||Right||Solihull, England|
|17||Richard Slater||Right||Birmingham, England|
|19||Rob Eley||Right||Solihull, England|
|20||Erik Bakalar||Right||Michalovce, Slovakia|
|21||Ben Woolaston||Right||Solihull, England|
|44||Dale White||Left||Solihull, England|
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