Ice hockey, speed skating & figure skating

Ice hockey

Hot and happening on the ice
The TIWAG Arena is Tyrol’s most important location for national and international ice hockey matches. Every year, from autumn onwards, the sharply polished blades of Innsbruck’s HCI ice hockey team cut their way across the ice in the TIWAG Arena. Come and be a part of it when the HCI stars battle it out against their opponents in the national league.

Would you like to find out more about ice hockey and not just watch others play? The Tyrolean Ice Hockey Association is responsible for the organisation of the ice hockey and inline hockey championships. Their staff is more than happy to offer information about the sports of ice hockey and inline hockey and, on request, they can provide you with contact details for clubs close to your place of residence where you can learn and practice these sports under professional guidance.

Contact addresses

Tyrolean Ice Hockey Association
Haus des Sports

Stadionstraße 1, 6020 Innsbruck
T: +43 (512) 364016
M: +43 (664) 2005003

Stephan Steinacher
Innrain 119, A - 6020 Innsbruck
Tel:+43 (699) 12012017

HC TWK Innsbruck Die Hai-EBEL
Stadionstraße 1, 6020 Innsbruck
T: +43 (512) 251521
F: +43 (512)  257496

GH HC Wolves
Josef Mayr Nusser Weg Nr. 18, 6020 Innsbruck
T: +43 (664) 3764450

Sportclub Fair Play Innsbruck
Fritz-Arnold-Weg 8, 6175 Kematen in Tirol

Pontlatzerstraße 19, 6020 Innsbruck
Herr Norbert Mayr
T: +43 (664) 2501350

ECS Innsbruck
Kugelfangweg 7a, 6063 Rum
Herr Schramm
T: +43 (664) 4605859

DomíS Hockey Innsbruck
Kajetan-Sweth-Straße 36, 6020 Innsbruck
Herr Dominique Schramm
T: +43 (676) 82481115

Eishockeyclub Red Angels
Schulgasse 25, 6162 Mutters
Frau Michaela Pasquazzo
T: +43 (676) 5318822

Ice stock sport / curling

Ice stock sport
Although ice stock sport - a sport somewhat similar to curling and played mainly in the Alpine region - has existed for hundreds of years, it has managed to retain its popularity and is currently booming as an ideal team activity for corporate events and as a fun recreational game for families and groups of friends. Whether you practice distance shooting or target shooting, fun and entertainment are guaranteed. Visit us here in the Olympiaworld and try out your hand at this team game.
On offer in the outdoor area 
(between November and February)
⇒ Dates, times and prices available on request
⇒ Instruction and coaching available on request

Contact person for enquiries

Knauseder Event Concept
Birgit Knauseder
T: + 43 (5275) 51220
M: + 43 (664) 2024797
F: + 43 (5275) 51220

Figure skating

A vibrant sport for young and old alike
Have you always wanted to learn the elegant art of figure skating and glide gracefully over the ice? Innsbruck’s ice skating clubs and their numerous qualified trainers and coaches are more than happy to help you to learn the sport or perfect your technique.
From little nursery age tots to fit and active senior citizens, there are courses on offer for every age group. And trainers can also be arranged for school ice-skating courses. We look forward to helping you!

Contact addresses

Tyrolean Ice Skating Association
Stadionstraße 1, 6020 Innsbruck
President Anja Troger
T: +43 (664) 2454641

Union Eissport Klub Innsbruck
Pradlerstraße 83/15, 6020 Innsbruck
T: +43 (512) 342302
M: +43 (664) 5775606F: +43 (512) 342302

Innsbrucker Eislaufverein
Meranerstraße 1, 6020 Innsbruck
M: +43 (512) 507-8569

Eislaufschule Innsbruck
Wilhelm Greil Straße 14, 6020 Innsbruck
T: +43 (512) 583820
M: +43 (676) 5343759
F: +43 (512) 583820-11

Speed skating

Power and speed on ice
The Tyrolean Ice Skating Association also offers training and coaching in the sports of long-track speed skating on the 400 m oval, short-track speed skating on the ice hockey rink, figure skating and inline/roller skating. The training and coaching sessions on offer in the Olympiaworld are carried out by qualified professional trainers.
Summer training comprises a combination of running, cycling, mountain biking, fell running, gymnastic exercises, stretching and inline skating. Summer training on ice begins in the indoor hall in August and lasts until mid-November after which training is carried out on the outdoor track. The summer training is particularly intensive and athletes are also supported by sport physicians and sport psychologists.

Contact addresses

Austrian Ice Skating Association
Herr Generalsekretär Filipic
Prinz Eugen-Straße 12
A-1040 Wien
T: +43 (1) 505 2324
M: +43 (660) 6162268
F: +43 (1) 505 7208

Tyrolean Ice Skating Association
Stadionstraße 1, 6020 Innsbruck
President Anja Troger
T: +43 (664) 2454641

Union Speedskating Club Innsbruck
Olympiastraße 10, 6020 Innsbruck
Obmann: Hannes Wolf
M: +43 (650) 9519218

ASVÖ-REC Innsbruck
Pacherstraße 1, 6020 Innsbruck
T: +43 (512) 933730 oder +43 (664) 1441420

Skating Club Innsbruck
Weingartnerstraße 35, 6020 Innsbruck
T: +43 (512) 572274
F: +43 (512) 935768