British Ice Hockey Association

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The British Ice Hockey Association (BIHA) was founded in 1913 and was the governing body of ice hockey in the United Kingdom during the 1913–14 season and between 1923 and 1999 when it was replaced by Ice Hockey UK.

The founding ice hockey clubs were Cambridge University, Manchester, Oxford Canadians, Princes and Royal Engineers. The first President of BIHA was Major B M "Peter" Patton.