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|City||Coventry, United Kingdom|
|League||Women's Division One (North)|
|Division||Division One (North)|
|Home arena||SkyDome Arena, Coventry
Ice size: 58m x 28x
|Colours||Purple and White|
|Head coach||Chuck Grieve, Dave Ady|
Coventry Phoenix is the name of Coventry's only female ice hockey team. The team was established in 2003, and currently competes in Division One (North) of the British Women's Leagues. They play out of the SkyDome Arena, in city centre Coventry, the same venue as the Coventry Blaze men's professional ice hockey teams.
Phoenix finished 5th in the Division 1 North league in 2008, and were the only team to not lose to the ultimate league winners of the league, Nottingham.
Coventry competed in a total of four tournaments, twice in Milton Keynes, finishing 6th of 8 teams in 2004 and runner-up in 2005. In addition to this they have played twice outside of Great Britain, both times at a tournament in Tallinn, Estonia hosted by the HC Dreamland Queens. In 2004 they finished 4th of 5 teams, and in 2005 finished 7th out of 8 teams.
- Wheeler, Paul (16 July 2010). "Ice hockey is not just for boys in Coventry". BBC News (BBC). Retrieved 18 November 2013.