Sub Zero Ice Rink

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Sub Zero Ice Rink
Location Jubilee Leisure Park
North Promenade
Owner Sub Zero Leisure Ltd
Capacity 300
Opened 2011
Fylde Flyers 2011-2013
Blackpool Seagulls 2012-present
Wyre Seagulls 2011-present
Sub Zero website

Sub Zero Ice Rink was an ice rink, in Cleveleys, Lancashire, England. The rink was 36 metres (118 ft) x 22 metres (72 ft).

It was home to the Fylde Flyers, Blackpool Seagulls and Wyre Seagulls ice hockey teams.


Sub Zero Leisure secured the lease for the building in 2010 and began converting it into an ice rink.[1] The rink opened in April 2011.[2] The rink was home to the Fylde Coast Figure Skating Club.[3]

Three ice hockey teams played at the ice rink. Fylde Flyers played in the English National Ice Hockey League, North Two Division. It was also home to two recreational teams, the re-formed Blackpool Seagulls and Wyre Seagulls.

As of summer 2013 the rink was placed under new management by the building owners. The new rink then traded as Jubilee Ice Arena.

In 2015 the rink closed and went into liquidation in 2016. Later that year, the premises opened as a family entertainment centre.[4]

Note; If the dimensions quoted above are correct it was a very small rink, since the American (or Imperial) size for a hockey rink is 85 x 185 ft and a full (or Olympic) size rink is 30M x 60M (about 100ft x 200ft).


  1. ^ "SubZero Ice Rink nearly ready to open in Cleveleys!". Visit Cleveleys. 20 January 2011. Retrieved 10 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "Funding helps launch cool new tourism attraction". Blackpool Gazette. 18 April 2011. Retrieved 10 February 2012. 
  3. ^ "FCFSC". Fylde Coast Figure Skating Club. Retrieved 10 February 2012. 
  4. ^ "Fylde coast ice rink site is back in play as fun centre". Blackpool Gazette. 2016-10-28. Retrieved 2017-05-15. 

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Coordinates: 53°52′53″N 3°02′48″W / 53.8813°N 3.0467°W / 53.8813; -3.0467