Turkish Women's Ice Hockey League

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Turkish Women's Ice Hockey League
Turkey Hockey Logo2.png
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 2007
No. of teams 11
Country TurkeyTurkey
Most recent
champion(s)
Milenyum Paten SK
Official website tbhf.org.tr

The Turkish Women’s Ice Hockey League is a women’s semi-professional ice hockey league in Turkey. It is operated under the jurisdiction of the Turkish Ice Hockey Federation, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. Each team is allowed to carry 2 import players per season. The season typically starts in late November – early December and finishes in April.

The 2009–2010 season consists of 11 teams split up into three groups; Orta (Center) A and B consisting of teams from Ankara whereas the Marmara + Doğu (East) group consists of teams from Istanbul, İzmit and Erzurum.

Champion of the league qualifies for the IIHF European Women’s Champion Cup.

League seasons[edit]

2009–10 season[edit]

[1] Orta (Center) A Group

Club Home town Arena
Milenyum Paten SK Ankara Bel-Pa
Başkent Yıldızları SK Ankara Bel-Pa
Ankara University SK Ankara Bel-Pa
ABBA SK Ankara Bel-Pa

Orta (Center) B Group

Club Home town Arena
Polis Akademisi SK Ankara Bel-Pa
ODTÜ Spor Kulübü Ankara Bel-Pa
Truva Paten SK Ankara Bel-Pa
Başkent İl Müdürlüğü SK Ankara Bel-Pa

Marmara + Doğu (East) C Group

Club Home town Arena
ATAK SK Istanbul Istanbul Ice Arena
Erzurum Gençlik SK Erzurum Erzurum GSIM Ice Arena
Erzurum Polis Gücü SK Erzurum Erzurum GSIM Ice Arena
Kocaeli B.B. Kağıt Izmit Kocaeli Ice Rink

2014–15 season[edit]

Five teams competed in the 2014–15 season.[2] Narmanspor finished the season champion defeating Milenyum Paten SK in the play-offs.[3]

Club Home town
Ankara University SK Ankara
Buz Korsanları Istanbul
Genç Ankaralılar SK Ankara
Milenyum Paten SK Ankara
Narmanspor Erzurum
Season awards.[3]

2015–16 season[edit]

The 2015–16 TBHF Women's League was played with seven teams. From the previous season, Milenyum Paten SK did not participated. The teams ODTÜ SK from Ankara, Pars SK and Zeytinburnu Belediyesi SK from Istanbul joined the league.[4]

The league champion became Istanbul-based Buz Korsanları defeating Narmanspor by 3–2 in the play-offs.[5]

Club Home town
Ankara University SK Ankara
Buz Korsanları Istanbul
Genç Ankaralılar SK Ankara
Narmanspor Erzurum
ODTÜ SK Ankara
Pars SK Istanbul
Zeytinburnu Belediyesi SK Istanbul

Champions[edit]