|Home arena||Lindab Arena
|General manager||Pelle Svensson|
|Head coach||Dan Tangnes|
Rögle BK (Rögle Bandyklubb) is a Swedish professional ice hockey club from Ängelholm. The club has played in the HockeyAllsvenskan, the second tier of ice hockey in Sweden, since the 2013–14 season, after failing to re-qualify for the SHL. Rögle previously played in the SHL (previously named Elitserien) in 1992–1996, 2008–2010, and briefly in 2012–13.
Rögle BK was founded in 1932 as a Swedish bandy team, which is why the team is named "Rögle Bandyklubb" (or "bandy club"). The club was actually Scanian district champions in bandy in 1948. The club's ice hockey team played in the top Swedish league, at that time Division I, from 1966 to 1969, and again, in Elitserien as it was called at the time, between 1992–93 and 1995–96. After another twelve years in the second-tier division HockeyAllsvenskan, the team was promoted back to Elitserien after finishing second in the 2008 Kvalserien. Rögle BK began the 2008–09 Elitserien season surprisingly well, and after the first 18 rounds the team found itself at a top position, only goals behind leading Linköpings HC. However, Rögle BK finished eleventh in the 2008–09 Elitserien season and therefore had to play in the 2009 Kvalserien to stay in Elitserien, which they achieved after finishing second in the 2009 Kvalserien for the second time in a row. In 2009–10 they ended last in the standings and had to play in the 2010 Kvalserien, where they subsequently failed to re-qualify for Elitserien and were relegated to HockeyAllsvenskan.
Rögle briefly returned to Elitserien after finishing second in the 2012 Kvalserien, becoming the first team to claim an Elitserien spot after winning the HockeyAllsvenskan playoff round to earn the last spot in the Kvalserien. However, after finishing last in the 2012–13 Elitserien season, Rögle had to play in the 2013 Kvalserien to stay in Elitserien, but the team failed to re-qualify and were relegated back to the second-tier league HockeyAllsvenskan; Rögle's return to Elitserien lasted for only one season.
|List of Rögle seasons|
|For a complete list, see List of Rögle BK seasons|
|Elitserien qualifier||3rd||3–4–3||4,425||Relegated to HockeyAllsvenskan|
|Elitserien qualifier||2nd||6–0–1–3||4,493||Promoted to Elitserien|
|2012–13||Tier 1||2012–13 Elitserien season||12th||10–5–6–34||3,886|||
|Elitserien qualifier||4th||2–1–0–7||3,338||Relegated to HockeyAllsvenskan|||
|Playoff to SHL qualifier||1st||4–2–0–0||2,676|||
- 1 Kenth "Swiss" Svensson, G, 1970–1987
- 9 Lennart Åkesson, F, 1950-51—1963-64,
- 13 Roger Elvenes, C, 1984–2000
- 19 Kenny Jönsson, D, 1991–1995, 2004–2009
- 25 Stefan Elvenes, F, 1985–1995, 1997–2000
Other notable players
- Swedish Ice Hockey Association: Official statistics: Historical database
- Swedish Ice Hockey Association: 2012–13: Elitserien
- Swedish Ice Hockey Association: 2012–13: Kval till Elitserien
- Swedish Ice Hockey Association: 2013–14: HockeyAllsvenskan
- "HockeyAllsvenskan: 2013–14: PlayOff-serien". Swedish Ice Hockey Association.
- "SHL: 2013–14: Kval till SHL". Swedish Ice Hockey Association.
- "Spelartruppen 2012-13" (in Swedish). www.roglebk.se. Retrieved 2012-11-18.
- "Eliteprospects.com - Rögle". www.eliteprospects.com. Retrieved 2012-11-18.