Ice Hockey Travel Insurance
If you plan to participate in Ice Hockey (Training) abroad, you will need a Travel Insurance policy before you leave for your trip. When getting Travel Insurance (Ice Hockey), you can also select the following: Ice Hockey (Amateur Tournament) To contact us by telephone or email, 0800 043 0020 / 01273 092 757
If you plan to participate in Ice Hockey (Training) abroad, you will need a Travel Insurance policy before you leave for your trip.
When getting Travel Insurance (Ice Hockey), you can also select the following:
- Ice Hockey (Amateur Tournament)
To contact us by telephone or email, 0800 043 0020 / 01273 092 757 firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary of Cover (per person)
|Section & Cover||Silver||Gold||Platinum|
|Emergency Medical and Repatriation*||£5,000,000||£5,000,000||£5,000,000|
|Cancellation or Curtailment*||-||£3,000||£7,500|
|Loss of Passport*||-||£300||£500|
|Missed Departure / Connection||-||£500||£500|
*Excess payable does vary depending on the claim benefit.
Please read the Policy Wording for the complete list of Benefits.
Healix Insurance Services Ltd, on behalf of Hamilton Insurance DAC, arranges this Travel Insurance policy for Jade Stanley Ltd. Healix Insurance Ltd is registered in England and Wales under No. 5484190 and authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under No. 437248. Hamilton Insurance DAC is registered in Ireland No. 484148, authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland, and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority in connection with their UK branch. Jade Stanley Ltd is registered in England and Wales under No. 03570857 and authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under No. 306205.
Originally more prevalent in places such as Canada, parts of Europe and the United States of America, where the climate is cold enough to support seasonal playing of the game.
Ice Hockey is now a popular sport worldwide, thanks to indoor ice rinks that allow it to be played despite the weather or the season.
It was officially recognised as a Winter Olympics sport in 1998.
The predominant difference between Women's Ice Hockey and Men's is that body blocking is prohibited.
This is because many North American players have a size advantage over players from other countries, giving them an unfair advantage.
Women are also required to wear protective full-face masks. In the United Kingdom, the Main Leagues:
- Premier League
- Division One (North)
- Division One (South)
- U16 Northern Division
- U16 Southern Division
Ice Hockey can be dangerous and comes with high risks, as Men's Ice Hockey is a full-contact sport.
If you should get injured whilst playing, it can leave you on a plane home and out of action in recovery for months, with physiotherapy to complete following your hospital stay.
Injuries are common in the sport, with the added risk of contact with other players' blades and sticks and communication with the actual players. 80% of all Hockey injuries occur as a result of direct contact.
The head is the body part most commonly injured in the game, with lacerations to the head, scalp and face the most common. 50% of concussions result from checking from behind, leading many leagues to make this a gross misconduct penalty offence.
If a player is not knocked unconscious, concussions can often go unreported, making them all the more dangerous.
Pre-Existing Medical Conditions
If you have been Ice Hockey before and may have had an injury or accident whilst participating in Ice Hockey, you must declare this when purchasing a policy.
We have several providers who can offer travel insurance, including Ice Hockey and if you have a pre-existing medical condition.