Uni roller hockey is a family team sport played on roller skates, combining roller hockey with unihoc. Players require only moderate roller skating ability and play with plastic sticks and low velocity puck. A team is composed of five to seven players (dependant upon rink size and age of players), and the goalkeeper is rotated after each goal is scored to ensure that all players have a spell in goal.[1]


Between 2006 and 2010 uni roller hockey was regularly played in the UK in the small town of Market Deeping (near to Peterborough) but failed to establish itself as a competitive sporting activity.

In 2012 the sport was reintroduced in Royston, Hertfordshire. A number of venues around North Hertfordshire and South Cambridgeshire are being approached with the intention of establishing a regional league.[2]

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