REC LEAGUE

Farm Tough Roller Hockey

Farm Tough REC League- it’s all about the kids.

The Farm Tough REC Roller Hockey League takes a KIDS FIRST approach to sports.  It is an equal participation regardless of skill level program for kids ages 6-12.  Teams will be divided evenly to ensure the best possible parity. The roller hockey league is 9 weeks. The first week starts with an instructional clinic from Peter Dale, 6x Roller Hockey World Champion and former professional, followed by 6 weeks of league play and 2 weeks of play-off’s and finals. The focus is 100% on kids having fun, no pressure, no sitting out, no joke!  The way REC sports should be!

 The better you get, the more fun you have

Scroll down for information on our High School League and Adult Competitive League!

The most fun you will have playing sports!

Roller hockey is played 4 v 4 with no off-sides and no icing.
Our focus is on exercise, development and FUN!  Play Farm Tough!

For REC or Competitive Players

We want you to play roller hockey.  We will match kids skill levels during games to ensure the most fun for each participant. Whether you are a total beginner or play high level hockey, REC league is for you!

“Sometimes it’s not said enough but thank you for coaching my kid this year. I have seen a tremendous amount of growth in him both as a player and developing young man.”

– Jamie Mc.

2018 REC League Information:

March 24 – June 3
All games on Sunday between 12pm – 5pm

Ozaukee Ice Center
5505 Pioneer Rd, Mequon, WI  53097
262-375-6851

2018 High School League Information:

Intended for Incoming Freshman through Seniors
April 7 – June 2
All games on Sunday between 1pm – 3pm

Ozaukee Ice Center
5505 Pioneer Rd, Mequon, WI  53097
262-375-6851

2018 Adult Competitive League Information:

Intended for Competitive Players only
April 8 – June 3
All games on Sunday between 5pm – 8pm

Ozaukee Ice Center
5505 Pioneer Rd, Mequon, WI  53097
262-375-6851

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