TO PROMOTE JUNIOR ICE HOCKEY ACROSS KENT AND THE SOUTH EAST OF ENGLAND, AND TO DEVELOP AND ENCOURAGE RESPECT, TEAMWORK, DISCIPLINE AND HARD WORK IN ALL ITS PLAYERS.
Ice Hockey has been played and watched at Planet Ice Gillingham (or 'The Ice Bowl' for more mature readers!) for over 30 years. Invicta Junior Ice Hockey Club's aim is to ensure that this continues by ensuring a junior development programme is in place that offers children an opportunity not just to play ice hockey, but to grow as individuals.
There are numerous benefits for children who play ice hockey. Improvements in fitness, strength, co-ordination and agility, as well as development in confidence, sportsmanship and self-esteem.
Above all else, we want to ensure children have fun in a positive, healthy and safe environment.
Invicta Junior Ice Hockey Club (‘IJIHC’ or ‘the Club’) is voluntary organisation established to administer, manage and promote junior ice hockey based at Gillingham Ice Rink.
Invicta Junior Ice Hockey Club is a member of the English Ice Hockey Association (the ‘EIHA’).
Members of Invicta Junior Ice Hockey Club are registered with the EIHA to enable the insured participation in ice hockey training and games.
Invicta Junior Ice Hockey Club members pay fees to directly Gillingham Winter Sports Club, a charitable company responsible for the operation of Gillingham Ice Rink.
Membership fees paid by cover the cost of ice time, official EIHA referee costs for games and other costs.
IJIHC is administered by a Committee of volunteers, whose collective aims are the successful management of the Club and the achievement of the its mission statement.
The Committee is made up of several key positions along with the Team Managers of each of our junior ice hockey teams. The table shown lists the roles and individuals currently performing them.
If you would like to step up and volunteer to help the Club in a specific role and join the IJIHC Committee, please get in touch using the contact form on our home page or email or speak to your Team Manager.