Inline Hockey

Inline hockey is a fast and exciting team sport, played by people of all ages and skill levels both indoors and outdoors.


Inline hockey involves two teams, with a minimum of five players per team including a goalie, who attempt to obtain possession of the puck and score in the opponents goal.


Equipment includes 'L' shaped inline hockey sticks, inline skates and protective gear. It's fun, fast and competitive.

Rules and Regulations

World Skate provides the current international rules of the game and regulations. A copy of the Skate Australia inline hockey rule book is available here.

Inline Hockey National Technical Committee

The national technical committee manages coach and officials learning, development and accreditation, national team development and the national promotion of inline hockey. It selects Australian teams for international competitions including the World Skate Games, World Cup, Oceania Championships and State Wars (USA).

Chair | Duane Voss

Chair of Officials | Mark O'Brien

Chair of Coaches | Duane Voss

Secretary | David Haynes

Treasurer| Dwayne Pereira

Media & Communications |Donna Johnston

Tour Co-ordinator | Jarmille Retchford-Stanfield

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Bayswater Lions

Bendigo Blaze

Geelong Snipers

Lilydale Rats

Moe Stadium 34

Sunshine Seahawks

Western Australia

Perth Velocity 


Inline Hockey Tasmania

Mighty Pucks - Learn to Play Inline Hockey 

The Mighty Pucks program aims to increase and enhance participation in inline hockey, developing opportunities for both recreational and competitive skaters.

The program teaches all the skills required for inline hockey over four skill levels, Bronze (Learn to Play), Silver, Gold and Platinum, providing 10 detailed lesson plans at each level.


The Mighty Pucks resources are available to all, provided that:

  • you give credit to the author (Skate Australia) (attribution)

  • you do not on-sell the content (only for non-commercial purposes)