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Capital PEnguins

Wellington's premiere Inline Hockey Club

ABOUT Penguins

Capital Penguins is the largest Inline Hockey club in the Wellington region, with a proud history of competition, fairness and inclusion.

Whether you're 6 or 60, we have a grade and team to suit - from our thriving Junior club through to our Seniors and our Prems, consistently the most successful team in New Zealand.


About Inline Hockey

Inline Hockey is fast and fun - suitable for all ages

Inline Hockey is one of the fastest and most action-packed sports for kids and adults alike.

Played on inline skates on a rink, it's similar to Ice Hockey but faster (with no defensive zones or offside rules) and not as full-contact.

The sport is generally played with mixed teams, which works well given it's a skills-based game (and illegal to take out other players). There are also additional Junior Women and Senior Women teams.

In New Zealand there are around 20 Inline Hockey clubs across the country, with a thriving tournament scene locally and nationally - both for social hockey and competitive levels.

Internationally, Inline Hockey is played extensively in Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australasia.


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Give it a go!

Come along and give it a go!

The Penguins provide a fun, safe and welcoming environment for anyone keen to give Inline Hockey a go.

Whether you're 6 or 60, we have a team and a grade suitable for you for either social or competitive hockey.

You can come along to three sessions without cost or commitment to see if it's for you. Then we have lots of options including training sessions, a Development Squad in the second half of each year and more.

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We have a great development programme for ages 6-14 years.



Whether social or competitive, Penguins have a team for you.


Contact us

Get in touch with Capital Penguins to come and give hockey a go!

OUR Affiliations

As a member club of Inline Hockey NZ, we are affiliated to:

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