Anexo:Competiciones de hockey sobre hielo por país

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La siguiente es una lista de competiciones de liga de hockey sobre hielo, tanto profesionales como amateur, de todo el mundo; los paréntesis indican el año de fundación de la liga y, en su caso, de desaparición.

Índice

Mundial[editar]

Norteamérica[editar]

Profesionales principales[editar]

Profesionales menores[editar]

Semiprofesionales[editar]

Junior[editar]

Junior principales[editar]

Note: that the Major Junior level is considered professional by some authorities, including the NCAA, as its players earn a small stipend.

Junior A[editar]

Canadian Junior A Leagues[editar]

(*) Quebec Junior "AAA" is equal to Ontario Junior "A"

American Junior A Leagues[editar]
Nivel I[editar]
Nivel II[editar]
Nivel III[editar]
Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Junior A Leagues[editar]
Independent Junior A Leagues[editar]

Junior B[editar]

Canadian Junior B Leagues[editar]

(*) Quebec Junior "AA" is equal to Ontario Junior "B"

American Junior B Leagues[editar]

Junior C[editar]

Canadian Junior C Leagues[editar]

(*) Quebec Junior "A" is equal to Ontario Junior "C"

Junior D[editar]

(*) Quebec Junior "B" is equal to Ontario Junior "D"

Universitarias[editar]

CIS Hockey (Canada)[editar]

NCAA Hockey (United States)[editar]

Note: The Northeast-10 sponsors a championship for its members that play ice hockey, but the NCAA doesn't currently sponsor a national championship at the Division II level.

Club Hockey[editar]

Note: there are also many independent teams in all three ACHA divisions in addition to the many within the hockey conferences and leagues.

Universitarias junior[editar]

Femeninas[editar]

Senior[editar]

Reconocidas por Hockey Canada o USA Hockey[editar]

Canada[editar]
Estados Unidos[editar]
No reconocidas[editar]

Juveniles[editar]

Instituto[editar]

Ligas desaparecidas[editar]

Ligas para discapacitados[editar]

Ligas para jugadores discapacitados:

Eurasia[editar]

Asia y África[editar]

Armenia[editar]

China[editar]

China Taipei[editar]

Corea del Norte[editar]

Corea del Sur[editar]

Georgia[editar]

Hong Kong[editar]

India[editar]

Israel[editar]

Japan[editar]

Desaparecida Japan Ice Hockey League

Kazajistán[editar]

Kirguistán[editar]

Malaysia[editar]

Mongolia[editar]

Singapur[editar]

Sudáfrica[editar]

Tailandia[editar]

Turquía[editar]

Ligas de equipos de Europa y Asia:

Qatar[editar]

Emiratos Árabes Unidos[editar]

Europa[editar]

Alemania[editar]

Alemania del Este[editar]

Austria[editar]

Femenina[editar]

Bielorrusia[editar]

Bélgica[editar]

Bosnia y Herzegovina[editar]

Bulgaria[editar]

Croacia[editar]

Checoslovaquia[editar]

Dinamarca[editar]

Eslovaquia[editar]

Eslovenia[editar]

España[editar]

Estonia[editar]

Finlandia[editar]

Desaparecida

Femenina[editar]

  • Jääkiekon naisten SM-sarja

Francia[editar]

Grecia[editar]

Hungría[editar]

Islandia[editar]

Irlanda[editar]

Italia[editar]

Semi-pro[editar]

Amateur[editar]

  • Serie C Nazionale (hasta 2011 Serie C Under 26)
  • Serie D (hasta 2011 Serie C Interregionale; dividida en tres regiones: noroeste; noreste y sur)
  • CCM-Cup (sólo equipo del Sur del Tirol)

Letonia[editar]

Lituania[editar]

Luxemburgo[editar]

Países Bajos[editar]

Noruega[editar]

  • GET-ligaen
  • 1. divisjon
  • 2. divisjon
  • 3. divisjon
  • 4. divisjon

Polonia[editar]

Portugal[editar]

Reino Unido[editar]

República Checa[editar]

Rumania[editar]

Rusia[editar]

Profesionales principales[editar]

Profesionales menores[editar]
Semiprofesional[editar]
Junior[editar]
Desaparecidas[editar]

Serbia[editar]

Suecia[editar]

Masculina[editar]

  • Swedish Hockey League (New name for the top league in 2013. The national championship has been played since 1922 in other forms. 12 teams)
  • Hockeyallsvenskan (The Swedish second league. The four best teams compete in the end of the season with the two worst placed team in SHL. 14 teams.)
  • Division 1 (Divided into 6 regions, A-F. The four best teams in each region make 3 new series in the end and after three play off rounds four final teams will compete with the last two in Hockeyallsvenskan for their spots in the higher league. 56 teams at the moment.)
  • Division 2 (Divided into 11 regions.)
  • Division 3 (Divided into 13 regions.)
  • Division 4 (Divided into 6 regions. In Stockholm called the "Swedish Iron League". The league does not cover all of Sweden.)
  • J20 SuperElit (Under 20, junior league.)
  • J18 Elit (Under 18, divided into 4 regions.)
  • U16 (Youth, under 16, divided into 8 groups. 24 teams)
  • Korpen ("The raven" in English, amateur leagues in different cities.)

Femenina[editar]

Riksserien (Highest league, 8 teams.)

Suiza[editar]

Ucrania[editar]

Profesional[editar]

Amateur[editar]

  • Liga de Ucrania Occidental
  • Night Hockey League

Junior[editar]

  • Youth Hockey League (2012)

Unión Soviética[editar]

Yugoslavia[editar]

Oceania[editar]

Referencias[editar]