Federation of Ice Hockey League
|Association name||Federation of Ice Hockey League, Inc.|
|IIHF membership||20 May 2016|
|IIHF men's ranking||N/A|
|IIHF women's ranking||N/A|
The Federation of Ice Hockey League, Inc. (FIHL), also known as Hockey Philippines, is the national governing body for the sport of ice hockey in the Philippines. It handled the formation of the Philippine national team that will participate in international ice hockey tournaments, together with the acquisition foreign coaches, creating ice hockey tournaments around the country and partnering with different sponsors including SM Supermalls.
Participation by year
The Philippines did not enter in any 2017 IIHF World Championship tournaments.
|Asian WG||Japan||18–26 February 2017||13th place|
(3rd in Division II)
|Women CCOA||Thailand||7–15 March 2017||5th place|
|SEA Games||Malaysia||20–24 August 2017||1st place|
The Philippines did not enter in any 2018 IIHF World Championship tournaments.
|Men CCOA||Philippines||3–8 April 2018||3rd place|
|Men U20 CCOA||Malaysia||12–17 December 2017||4th place|
|Women CCOA||Malaysia||6–9 March 2018||7th place|
(3rd in Division I)
The Philippines did not enter in any 2019 IIHF World Championship tournaments.
|Men CCOA||Malaysia||1–9 March 2019||2nd place|
|Men U20 CCOA||Malaysia||3–8 December 2018||3rd place|
|Women CCOA||United Arab Emirates||14–19 April 2019||To be determined|
(TBD in Division I)
|SEA Games||Philippines||TBA 2019||To be determined|
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- Henson, Joaquin (25 October 2015). "Pinoys break ice in hockey". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
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- "A cooling trend". International Ice Hockey Federation. 28 July 2016. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
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