TABLE HOCKEY: The Coolest New Individual and Team Sport

Table Hockey players of virtually all ages can compete individually PLUS form a team of three-players to represent your school, group, business, or organization. In the Open Division, Table Hockey players as young as kindergartners have excelled at this game against players into their 60s and 70s.

Table Hockey is for Everyone!
All ages. Male, female.
Level playing field/ice surface


Open Division

Represent yourself as an individual.
Represent your school.
No limit. Any number of Individual and/or Three-Person Teams may compete.
Elementary School
Middle School
High School
College


Clubs/Businesses/Groups/Organizations
No limit. Any number of Individual and/or Three-Person Teams may compete.
Schools
Families
Friends
Neighbors
Associates


Your current Team may play Team Table Hockey
A great activity for your existing hockey, soccer, football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, or esports teams. Youth to high school to college, NCAA, and recreational teams.
Looking for a team-bonding activity? Something different from your same sport every day?
Is your Recreation Department looking for a fun, new activity?
Table Hockey is perfect opportunity!

Senior Centers/Senior Groups
Church Groups
Boy Scouts
Girl Scouts
Employee Activity

Enjoy playing chess? Table Hockey is like playing chess at 700 mph!

No overhead for you
Table Hockey Games are provided at the FREE Tournaments organized once per month

All you and your group need to do is show-up
Table Hockey Games are available for purchase, too, no pressure to buy

FREE Table Hockey Tournament Dates through July 2020
Southern California Stiga Table Hockey League (SCSTHL)
One Saturday per month, 8:00-11:00 a.m.

Saturday, March 7
Saturday, April 25
Saturday, May 30
Saturday, June 6

Saturday, July 4
FREE Table Hockey Tournament Dates for August 2020 through July 2021 to be announced this summer

Location:
Fairmont Private School, Anaheim Hills Campus
5300 E La Palma Ave

Anaheim Hills, CA 92807

Stiga Table Hockey Games are the same games universally used by players around the world and officially recognized by the International Table Hockey Federation (ITHF), and in North America by the United States Table Hockey Association (USTHA) and the Canadian Table Hockey Association (CTHA).

FREE Table Hockey Tournament Dates for August 2020 through July 2021 will be published this summer following the release of the NHL and AHL 2020-21 schedules

Wear your team jersey or don’t
Design and wear your own team jersey or don’t


For a fee, we can bring a Table Hockey Tournament or Table Hockey game-play to your location



Play Table Hockey as a Team Sport

Team Table Hockey

Be the Captain of your own team!
Name your team
Design and wear your own team jerseys, if you wish. Get creative, or not!
3-players per team (minimum of 2-players required)
Represent your school, your business, your family, your friends
3 x 3 team player rotation. Minimum of 2-players required to play as a team

It’s all free and it’s all fun!

Here’s how Team Table Hockey tournaments work:
• Your team of 3-players rotates to play all 3-players on the other teams.
• In each individual match between two players in team competitions, a win is counted as a “goal for”, and a loss counted as a “goal against”.

• After all three matches are played in a mutual round, the winning team is awarded 2 (two) points.
• In the event of a draw, each team gets 1 (one) point.

• If teams are tied in the standings moving on to the next round in the tournament, instead of overtime, a “captains’ match” is held (one full five-minute game). If tied at the end of regulation play, then the “captains’ match” will end in sudden-death overtime.
• In the playoffs, if two teams play to a draw, then a “captains’ match” is played.
• Team playoffs determine the tournament’s champion.
• Teams of 3-players are desired and the norm.
• However, if one of your 3-players is absent (or leaves early), then that team plays with two only 2-players. In each mutual match against a team of 3-players, the team with only 2-players automatically loses one game in each round.

• Therefore, mathematically, a team of only 2-players still has a chance to win a team tournament if they win the other two games played in each round.

Example:

Team A players A1, A2, A3 vs Team B players B1, B2, B3
The players on each team play the players on the opposing team one time each.

Game One
Player A1 vs Player B1
Player A2 vs Player B2
Player A3 vs Player B3


Game Two
Player A1 vs Player B2
Player A2 vs Player B3
Player A3 vs Player B1

Game Three
Player A1 vs Player B3
Player A2 vs Player B1
Player A3 vs Player B2