Inline Skater HockeyCopyright: © HSZ Walter
Skater hockey originated from ice hockey. While it was initially a recreational sport in the summer, it is now increasing in popularity. The sport is played with inline skates, a hard rubber ball, and protective gear similar to ice hockey. In skater hockey there are four skaters and a goalkeeper on each team. The small number of players make it possible to score many goals, which makes the sport fast and attractive.
|Notes regarding the interim sports hall|
We kindly ask for your understanding that due to the extraordinary temporary interim situation, the usual room climate cannot always be guaranteed.
Until the temperature control in the Interim Sports Complex is adjusted, sports classes continue as usual. We recommend dressing a bit warmer or bringing a jacket. The University Sports Center is actively working with a specialized firm to resolve the situation promptly. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
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Participants must bring their own inline skates. To protect the gym floor only the use light-colored indoor skate wheels is permitted. Sticks will be provided. Helmets, shin guards, gloves and elbow pads can only be provided in limited quantity. It is recommended that participants bring their own protective gear.
Links and Other Activities
You can find more information about this sport on the official website of the Deutscher Rollsport- und Inline-Verband e.V.
Course Cancellations and Facility Closures
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