How do I join the club? Sign up at any Friday or Monday Session. Cost is $50 to register and then $60 a month in dues. Members skate Monday and Friday games at no cost. Dues do not include the Wednesday morning VBHC Challenge Team session.
About the Club:
The Virginia Beach Hockey Club is a group of local adult hockey players who meet in the mornings for pickup games and practice. Our goal is to promote the sport, exercise and have fun. Whether you're an experienced player or a beginner, our morning hockey skate is an enjoyable time for everyone.
Come out and join us! We meet Monday, every other Wednesday, and Friday mornings (06:30 to 07:30) for pick up games and Sunday afternoons for learn to play (4:15 to 5:15) at Iceland of Hampton Roads. See the map below.
The VBHC also sponsor the VBHC Challenge Team. This is a group of mentors and athletes commited to promoting comraderie, competition, and athleticism to those with disabilities. Our goal is to develop a team atmosphere and a positive environment for mentors and athletes who want to learn to play hockey. There are no physical limitations to join the team but require a strong work ethic, dedication, and a postive attitude.
Click Here or on the Logo below to visit the Challenge Team Website for more information.
The Virginia Beach Hockey Club Challenge Team
Can I play without becoming a member? Yes, drop in for any game or learn to play for $15 per session.
Do you alway have Goalies? Yes. Also, goalies play for free on Mondays and Fridays, but we only allow two goalies per session. Click the "contact us" Button on the right to request a spot.
What is the difference between the VBHC Club and the VBHC Challenge Team? The VBHC Club is a group of hockey players who gather on Monday, Friday, and some Wednesday mornings at 6:30 am at Iceland of Hampton Roads to participate in a ‘drop-in’ hockey game. The VBHC Club operates as an independent group, funded by the club member dues.
The VBHC Challenge Team is a group of able-bodied and disabled athletes who want to learn to play hockey, or improve their game under the instruction of USA Hockey certified coaches. The Challenge Team meets on Sunday afternoons at 4:15pm. The organization supporting the VBHC Challenge Team is a non-profit organization which relies primarily on tax-deductible donations for its operating expense.
Come join us! We meet on Wednesday at the Learn to Play (6:30am to 7:30am) at Iceland of Virginia Beach.
Virginia Beach Hockey Club Challenge Team Inc
501(c)(3) tax exempt, non profit charitable foundation
See the latest news about the Virginia Beach Hockey Club by visiting our Club News page
Visit our Apparel page for VBHC Spring Cleaning deals on in-stock t-shirts, jackets, and warm-up sets
HOCKEYTRON delivers the best quality hockey equipment at the very best prices. The Virginia Beach Hockey Club is partnered with HOCKEYTRON to provide members with access to this great equipment at even lower prices! Use the coupon code TR30 at the checkout to immediately get an additional 30% off their already low prices (Bauer and Mission products excluded).
Now available! Purchase a VBHC Challenge Team punch card from any VBHC Coach, Director or the Iceland of Hampton Roads front desk for a savings of 20% off the normal $10 Sunday afternoon session. Cards are $80 which gives you 10 on-ice learn-to-skate, sled, or hockey practices sessions. Click HERE for more information.
VBHC Hockey Club Members: Your Club dues do not include the Sunday afternoon VBHC Challenge Team session.
VBHC is in the News!
WAVY reporter Chris Reckling featured the VBHC in his 'Reck on the Road' segment of the Hampton Roads Show. You can see the news story at this link.
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VBHC is in the News!
The US Navy interviewed the VBHC Director and the captain of the Challenge Team, Laurie Wood, for an article published on www.navy.mil Read the entire story here