Streatham Redskins

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City Streatham, London, UK
League NIHL South Division 1
Founded 1932
Home arena Streatham Ice Arena
Capacity: 1200
Ice size: 197ft x 94ft
Colours Home: White and Red, Away: Black and Red
Owner(s) Graham D'Anger
General manager Warren Rost
Head coach Nick Chinn
Captain Joe Johnston
Franchise history
1932–74 Streatham
1974–2016 Streatham Redskins
2016–Present Streatham

Streatham (formerly Streatham Redskins) are a British ice hockey club based in Streatham, London, England. Amongst the oldest British ice hockey teams still in existence, they were oginally founded in 1932 as Streatham, and added the name Redskins in 1974. During the 1980s, the club were one of the leading teams in the British Hockey League, their biggest rivals being the Nottingham Panthers. By the end of the 1980s, however, the club's fortunes were in decline and they were relegated from the Premier Division in 1989.

In modern times, the club competes in the developmental NIHL South Division 1, where they finished runners-up to the Invicta Dynamos in the 2006/07 & 2007/2008 season. In the 9/10 season the team were 7th, in 10/11 5th, 11/12 9th, 12/13 7th, 13/14 5th, 14/15 3rd and 15/16 5th.

In more recent years the club was forced to move from the iconic ice rink on Streatham High Road, which was demolished, to a temporary rink in Brixton before moving back to a brand new ice arena on the High Road.

During the 15/16 season the club formalised a decision that had been on the cards for some time by deciding to drop the Redskins part of the name. This tricky decision was met with enormous support from the ice hockey community and many fans who rallied behind the club in search of a new name, the press release making the national newspapers and sporting press. The name will be decided during the off season during the summer of 2016.

Club honours[edit]

International Cup

  • 1934–35

League championships

  • 1934–35, 1949–50, 1952–53, 1959–60, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1980–81, 1981–82

Autumn Cups

  • 1951, 1953, 1959

2009-2010 Roster[edit]

Daniel Botting, Roman Culik (import), Ed Koral, Casimir Madren-Britton, Louis Lockwood, Dave Carr, Russell Stevens, Joe Reynolds, Shane Walsh, Josh Allam, Liam Rasmussen, Andrew Sillitoe, Peter Molnar (import), Richard Hardy, Jay Richards, Adrian Wheeler, Gennadi Yufit, Laura Price, Owen Murphy, Perry Richardson, Kent Johnson, Fred Carnegy.


Will Sanderson, James Tanner, Stefan Nubert, Khalid Abdulwahid.

2008-2009 Roster[edit]

Andre Ward, Chris Rasmussen, Ed Koral, Fred Carnegy, Robert Formisano, Casimir Madren-Britton, Owen Murphy, Russell Stevens, Joe Johnston, Joe Reynolds, Shane Walsh, Rupert Quiney, Josh Allam, Liam Rasmussen, Martin Lambert (Import), Perry Richardson, Barry Spours (& Assistant Coach), Louis Lockwood, Steve Paris, Robert England, James Sanderson, Gyorgy Kovacs (Import).

Net Minders

Shane Kemp, James Tanner, Stefan Nubert

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