List of members of the International Ice Hockey Federation

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Map of the World with current members of the IIHF. (Red indicates full members, blue indicates associate members and green indicates affiliate members).

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) is the worldwide governing body for ice hockey and inline hockey. It is based in Zurich, Switzerland, and maintains the international ice hockey rulebook, processes international player transfers, dictates officiating guidelines and is responsible for the management of international ice hockey tournaments. The IIHF was created on May 15, 1908, under the name (in French) Ligue Internationale de Hockey sur Glace (LIHG).[1] Belgium, France, Great Britain, Switzerland, and Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) were the founding members. The IIHF was composed entirely of European teams until 1920, when Canada and the United States joined.

Under the IIHF, there are three levels for member organizations. The highest level, and the only one in which members can vote at the IIHF Congresses, is the IIHF Full Members. These nations have their own independent hockey association, and regularly participate in the various IIHF-sanctioned World Championships. IIHF Associate Members is the second level. These nations either do not have their own independent hockey association or have one, but have limited participation in the World Championships. The third level, IIHF Affiliate Members, is for nations that only participate in the Inline Hockey World Championships.[2]

As of 2018, there are 76 members: 56 full members, 19 associate members and one affiliate member. Indonesia, Nepal, and the Philippines are the newest members, all of whom joined on May 20, 2016. In 2018, 50 participated in the Men's World Championships and 37 participated in the Women's World Championships (the Top Division was not played due to the 2018 Winter Olympics).

Members

IIHF World Ranking information is accurate as of May 21, 2018.
In the Teams column
Text in boldface indicates that the team participated in its corresponding event in 2018.
M Men's Ice Hockey World Championships
M-U20 World Junior Championships
M-U18 World Under-18 Championships
W World Women's Championships
W-U18 World Women's Under-18 Championships
Inline Inline Hockey World Championships

IIHF Full Members

Nation Date joined Organization President Teams Men's
Ranking
Women's
Ranking
Ref.
 Australia February 11, 1938 Ice Hockey Australia Clive Connelly M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 36 30 [3]
 Austria[A] March 18, 1912 Austrian Ice Hockey Association Gernot Mittendorfer M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 17 11 [4]
 Azerbaijan May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Federation of the Republic of Azerbaijan Vagif D. Mussayev · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [5]
 Belarus May 6, 1992 Belarus Ice Hockey Federation Semyon Shapiro M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 14 [6]
 Belgium December 8, 1908 Royal Belgian Ice Hockey Federation Pascal Nuchelmans M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 37 38 [7]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina May 8, 2001 Bosnia and Herzegovina Ice Hockey Federation Senad Zaimović M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 48 [8]
 Bulgaria July 25, 1960 Bulgarian Ice Hockey Federation Martin Milanov M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 38 35 [9]
 Canada April 26, 1920 Hockey Canada Scott Smith M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 1 2 [10]
 China July 25, 1963 Chinese Ice Hockey Association Cao Weidong M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 33 20 [11]
 Chinese Taipei September 1, 1983 Chinese Taipei Ice Hockey Federation Roger Yin M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 46 37 [12]
 Croatia May 6, 1992 Croatian Ice Hockey Federation Nikola Švigir M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 27 36 [13]
 Czech Republic November 15, 1908[B] Czech Ice Hockey Association Tomáš Král M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 6 9 [14]
 Denmark April 27, 1946 Danish Ice Hockey Union Henrik Bach Nielsen M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 12 12 [15]
 Estonia February 17, 1935[D] Estonian Ice Hockey Association Rauno Parras M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 26 [16]
 Finland February 10, 1928 Finnish Ice Hockey Association Harri Nummela M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 5 3 [17]
 France October 20, 1908 French Ice Hockey Federation Luc Tardif M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 13 10 [18]
 Georgia May 8, 2009 Georgian Ice Hockey National Federation Ilia Davidov M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 40 [19]
 Germany[C] September 19, 1909 German Ice Hockey Federation Reindl, FranzFranz Reindl M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 8 8 [20]
 Great Britain November 19, 1908 Ice Hockey UK Bob Wilkinson M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 22 23 [21]
 Hong Kong April 30, 1983 Hong Kong Ice Hockey Association Yeung Kit Kan M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 45 29 [22]
 Hungary January 24, 1927 Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation György Such M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 20 14 [23]
 Iceland May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Iceland Árni Geir Jónsson M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 32 32 [24]
 India April 27, 1989 Ice Hockey Association of India Harjinder Singh M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [25]
 Ireland September 26, 1996 Irish Ice Hockey Association Aaron Guli M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [26]
 Israel May 1, 1991 Ice Hockey Federation of Israel Evgeni Gusin M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 34 [27]
 Italy January 24, 1924 Italian Ice Sports Federation Andrea Gios M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 19 17 [28]
 Japan[E] January 26, 1930 Japan Ice Hockey Federation Akihisa Mizuno M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 23 7 [29]
 Kazakhstan May 6, 1992 Kazakhstan Ice Hockey Federation Mamin, AskarAskar Mamin M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 18 19 [30]
 North Korea August 8, 1963 Ice Hockey Association of the DPR Korea Kim Kyong-jun M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 41 28 [31]
 South Korea July 25, 1960 Korea Ice Hockey Association Chung Mong-won M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 16 16 [32]
 Kuwait May 8, 2009 Kuwait Ice Hockey Association Faheed Hamas Al-Ajmi M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 50 [33]
 Latvia February 22, 1931[D] Latvian Ice Hockey Federation Kalvītis, AigarsAigars Kalvītis M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 11 18 [34]
 Lithuania February 19, 1938[D] Lithuanian Ice Hockey Federation Petras Nausėda M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 25 [35]
 Luxembourg March 23, 1912 Luxembourg Ice Hockey Federation René Ludovicy M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 42 [36]
 Mexico April 30, 1985 Mexico Ice Hockey Federation Joaquín de la Garma M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 35 26 [37]
 Mongolia May 15, 1999 Mongolian Ice Hockey Federation Dorj Davaasambuu M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [38]
 Netherlands January 20, 1935 Netherlands Ice Hockey Association Ruud Vreeman M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 28 21 [39]
 New Zealand May 2, 1977 New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation Andy Mills M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 39 31 [40]
 Norway January 20, 1935 Norwegian Ice Hockey Association Nils Gerhard Nilsen M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 9 13 [41]
 Poland January 11, 1926 Polish Ice Hockey Federation Piotr Demiańczuk M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 21 22 [42]
 Qatar May 18, 2012 Qatar Winter Sports Committee Rashed Majed Al-Sulaiti M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [43]
 Romania January 24, 1924 Romanian Ice Hockey Federation vacant M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 29 33 [44]
 Russia April 1, 1952[F] Ice Hockey Federation of Russia Tretiak, VladislavVladislav Tretiak M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 3 4 [45]
 Serbia January 1, 1939[G] Serbian Ice Hockey Association Marko Milovanović M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 30 [46]
 Slovakia February 2, 1993 Slovak Ice Hockey Federation Martin Kohút M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 10 15 [47]
 Slovenia May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Federation of Slovenia Matjaž Rakovec M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 15 24 [48]
 South Africa February 25, 1937 South African Ice Hockey Federation Hannes Botha M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 44 34 [49]
 Spain March 10, 1923 Spanish Ice Sports Federation Frank González M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 31 25 [50]
 Sweden March 23, 1912 Swedish Ice Hockey Association Anders Larsson M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 2 6 [51]
  Switzerland November 23, 1908 Swiss Ice Hockey Federation Michael Rindlisbacher M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 7 5 [52]
 Thailand April 27, 1989 Ice Hockey Association of Thailand M. L. Krisada Kasemsunt M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [53]
 Turkey May 1, 1991 Turkish Ice Hockey Federation Halit Albayrak M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 43 27 [54]
 Turkmenistan May 15, 2015 Ice Hockey Federation of Turkmenistan Jora Hudayberdiyev M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline 49 [55]
 Ukraine May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Federation of Ukraine Anatoliy Brezvin M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 24 [56]
 United Arab Emirates May 10, 2001 UAE Ice Sports Federation Ahmed Mubarak Al-Mazrouei M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 47 [57]
 United States April 26, 1920 USA Hockey Smith, JimJim Smith M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 4 1 [58]

^ A. Austria was expelled from the IIHF in 1920, then re-admitted on January 24, 1924. It was again expelled in 1939 and re-admitted on April 27, 1946.[59]
^ B. The IIHF recognizes Bohemia, which joined in 1908, and Czechoslovakia as the predecessors to the Czech Republic, which officially became a member in 1993.
^ C. Germany was expelled in 1920, then re-admitted on January 11, 1926. It was again expelled on April 27, 1946. West Germany and East Germany were admitted into the IIHF in 1951 and 1954, respectively. Following their reunification, Germany was re-admitted into the IIHF on October 3, 1990.[60]
^ D. In 1940, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were annexed by the Soviet Union. Their membership expired on April 27, 1946. The three nations were re-admitted into the IIHF on May 6, 1992.[61][62][63]
^ E. Japan was expelled from the IIHF on April 27, 1946, then re-admitted on March 10, 1951.[64]
^ F. The IIHF recognizes the Soviet Union, which joined in 1952, as the predecessor to Russia, which officially became a member in 1992.
^ G. The IIHF recognizes Yugoslavia, which joined in 1939, as the predecessor to Serbia, which officially became a member on September 28, 2006.
^ H. Armenia was suspended by the IIHF in April 2010, for use of ineligible players on their national team that participated in the 2010 IIHF World Championship Division III Group B in Yerevan, Armenia.[65]

IIHF Associate Members

Nation Date joined Organization President Teams Men's
Ranking
Women's
Ranking
Ref.
 Andorra May 4, 1995 Andorran Federation of Ice Sports Josep Garcia M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [66]
 Argentina May 31, 1998 Argentine Association of Ice and In-Line Hockey Hector Iannicelli M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [67]
 Armenia[H] September 22, 1999 Ice Hockey Federation of Armenia Samvel Zakharyan M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [68]
 Brazil June 26, 1984 Brazilian Ice Sports Federation Matheus Figueiredo M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [69]
 Greece April 29, 1987 Hellenic Ice Sports Federation Georgios Markouizos M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [70]
 Indonesia May 20, 2016 Indonesia Ice Hockey Federation vacant M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [71]
 Jamaica May 18, 2012 Jamaican Olympic Ice Hockey Federation Edmond J. Phillipps Jr. M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [72]
 Kyrgyzstan May 14, 2011 Ice Hockey Federation of the Kyrgyz Republic Anvar Omorkanov M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [73]
 Liechtenstein October 4, 2001 Liechtenstein Ice Hockey Federation Martin Rüdisühli M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [74]
 Macau May 12, 2005 Macau Ice Sports Federation Andrew Chan Chak Mo M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [75]
 Macedonia October 4, 2001 Macedonian Ice Hockey Federation Nikola Tasev M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [76]
 Malaysia September 28, 2006 Malaysia Ice Hockey Federation Dato Lee Hwa Beng M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [77]
 Moldova May 21, 2008 National Ice Hockey Federation of the Republic of Moldova Iurii Topală · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [78]
 Morocco May 22, 2010 Royal Moroccan Ice Hockey Federation Khalid Mrini M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [79]
   Nepal May 20, 2016 Nepal Ice Hockey Association vacant · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [80]
 Oman May 24, 2014 Oman Ice Sports Committee Said Ali Hassan Al-Zaabi M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [81]
 Philippines May 20, 2016 Federation of Ice Hockey League Christopher G. Sy M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [82]
 Portugal May 13, 1999 Winter Sports Federation of Portugal Pedro Farromba M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [83]
 Singapore May 2, 1996 Singapore Ice Hockey Association Alphonsus Joseph M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [84]

IIHF Affiliate Members

Nation Date joined Organization President Teams Ref.
 Chile September 22, 1999 Chilean Ice and Inline Hockey Federation Monica Arias M · M-U20 · M-U18 ·· W-U18 · inline [85]

Former IIHF Members

Nation Date joined IIHF Date left IIHF Organization Reason
 Bohemia November 15, 1908[86] 1920[87] Bohemian Hockey Union Membership rights transferred to the newly established Czechoslovakia.
 Czechoslovakia 1920[87] December 31, 1992[88] Czechoslovak Hockey Union Membership rights transferred to the Czech Republic.
 East Germany June 9, 1954[60] October 3, 1990[60] German Ice Skating Federation of the GDR Reunification of East and West Germany.
 West Germany March 10, 1951[60] October 3, 1990[60] German Ice Hockey Federation Reunification of East and West Germany, membership rights transferred to Germany.
 Namibia May 31, 1998 May 19, 2017[89] Namibia Ice and InLine Hockey Association Unknown
 Soviet Union April 1, 1952 May 6, 1992[90] Soviet Union Ice Hockey Federation Membership rights transferred to Russia.
 Yugoslavia January 1, 1939 December 31, 1992[88] Ice Hockey Federation of Yugoslavia Membership rights transferred to Serbia after split of Yugoslavia.

Notes

  1. ^ "It all started in Paris, 1908". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved 1 March 2009. 
  2. ^ "Members". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  3. ^ "Australia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  4. ^ "Austria". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  5. ^ "Azerbaijan". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  6. ^ "Belarus". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  7. ^ "Belgium". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  8. ^ "Bosnia & Herzegovina". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  9. ^ "Bulgaria". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  10. ^ "Canada". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  11. ^ "China". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  12. ^ "Chinese Taipei". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  13. ^ "Croatia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  14. ^ "Czech Republic". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  15. ^ "Denmark". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  16. ^ "Estonia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  17. ^ "Finland". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  18. ^ "France". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  19. ^ "Georgia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  20. ^ "Germany". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  21. ^ "Great Britain". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  22. ^ "Hong Kong". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  23. ^ "Hungary". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  24. ^ "Iceland". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  25. ^ "India". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  26. ^ "Ireland". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  27. ^ "Israel". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  28. ^ "Italy". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  29. ^ "Japan". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  30. ^ "Kazakhstan". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  31. ^ "DPR Korea". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  32. ^ "Korea". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  33. ^ "Kuwait". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  34. ^ "Latvia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  35. ^ "Lithuania". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  36. ^ "Luxembourg". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  37. ^ "Mexico". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  38. ^ "Mongolia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  39. ^ "Netherlands". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  40. ^ "New Zealand". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  41. ^ "Norway". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  42. ^ "Poland". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  43. ^ "Qatar". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  44. ^ "Romania". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  45. ^ "Russia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  46. ^ "Serbia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  47. ^ "Slovakia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  48. ^ "Slovenia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  49. ^ "South Africa". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  50. ^ "Spain". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  51. ^ "Sweden". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  52. ^ "Switzerland". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  53. ^ "Thailand". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  54. ^ "Turkey". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  55. ^ "Turkmenistan". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  56. ^ "Ukraine". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  57. ^ "United Arab Emirates". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  58. ^ "United States". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  59. ^ Podnieks 2010, pp. 53–54
  60. ^ a b c d e Podnieks 2010, pp. 67–69
  61. ^ Podnieks 2010, p. 70
  62. ^ Podnieks 2010, p. 89
  63. ^ Podnieks 2010, p. 94
  64. ^ Podnieks 2010, pp. 92–93
  65. ^ "Welcome Morocco". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2010-05-22. 
  66. ^ "Andorra". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  67. ^ "Argentina". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  68. ^ "Armenia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  69. ^ "Brazil". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  70. ^ "Greece". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  71. ^ "Indonesia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  72. ^ "Jamaica". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  73. ^ "Kyrgyzstan". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  74. ^ "Liechtenstein". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  75. ^ "Macau". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  76. ^ "FYR Macedonia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  77. ^ "Malaysia". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  78. ^ "Moldova". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  79. ^ "Morocco". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  80. ^ "Nepal". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  81. ^ "Oman". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  82. ^ "Philippines". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  83. ^ "Portugal". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  84. ^ "Singapore". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  85. ^ "Chile". International Ice Hockey Federation. 2016-07-20. 
  86. ^ "1908-1913". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved May 13, 2009. 
  87. ^ a b "1914-1933". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved May 13, 2009. 
  88. ^ a b "1990-today". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved May 13, 2009. 
  89. ^ "Namibia is not listed as a IIHF member any more?". Twitter. Retrieved 2017-05-19. 
  90. ^ Szemberg, Szymon; Podnieks, Andrew (2008). "Story #42: Breakup of old Europe creates a new hockey world". International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved May 13, 2009. 

References

External links

  • Official website of the International Ice Hockey Federation
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