All season registrations must be submitted by September 10, 2016 and payments must be received by September 30, 2016. A payment plan option is available at the payment step of this registration. Scholarships are available on a limited basis. If you have a SCRIP balance you would like to apply to your payment, please contact the registrar.
Does your child want to try hockey? The introductory program is a “learn to skate” program focused on teaching the basics of hockey skating. This program is typically for the young skater (ages 4-8) and is open to beginning skaters and free for first time skaters. Check out the IP program for more information and email IP@fvyha.com with any questions!
The Fox Valley Youth Hockey Association (FVYHA) gives youth ages 4 to 15 the opportunity to develop character, sportsmanship and teamwork skills through the sport of hockey. FVYHA is Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA) Division II certified and offers instructional and competitive hockey opportunities for students in the Neenah, Menasha, Hortonville and Shiocton school districts.
Please see the Programs page for more information by age group.
Our hockey program follows the principles of USA Hockey's American Development Model (ADM) to develop each player in a positive and proactive environment for learning.
Our programs include a free “learn to skate” program focusing on teaching the basics of hockey skating for ages 4 and above, a Mite cross-ice program for the U6 and U8 skater, and competitive travel hockey teams at the Squirt (U10), Peewee (U12), and Bantam (U14) levels.
This September FVYHA is offering an optional preseason program called SuperSkills - registration is open now.
SuperSkills will focus on these fundamentals:
Who: U8*, Squirt, PeeWee, and Bantam Players
*U8 is limited to “Returning” U8 (i.e. played Red or White during 2015-2016 season)
Where and When: Tri-County Ice Arena
Cost: $65/skater and $20/goalie
The practice format will consist of station-based skills and small-area games that provide quality repetitions and feedback as recommended by USA Hockey ADM and Long Term Athlete Development concepts. Players will be divided into 8 groups of 5 and rotate through skills stations. Player to Coach ratio is a maximum of 5:1 and all FVYHA coaches will be invited to participate.
Registration is limited to the first 40 skaters and 8 goaltenders by date payment is received. Wait-listed players will have the opportunity to buy a fill-in spot when there are open spots available.
OPEN TO FVYHA PLAYERS ONLY until September 5th - after this time registration will be open to other clubs.
Register on the FVYHA website or at www.agilityhockeysystems.com
Use this link to access the volunteer page on the Appleton Ice website, learn about opportunities for volunteering at the Rink, and sign up on Volunteer Spot.
Reserve ice for your group by calling (920) 830-7679 for available dates & times or go to www.appletonice.org.
Learn to skate programs are offered by Appleton Ice throughout the spring and summer - see their website for more information. They have classes for kids and adults so Mom and Dad can jump on the ice and learn too. For complete information go to: www.appletonice.org and click on the Learn to Skate tab located on the top menu.
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