Early Bird discount for Summer 2020 registration extended to March 13!

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Registration for the 2020 NCWHL Summer Season is now open!

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Early Bird Discount: Register by March 13, 2020, 5:00 PM for $100 off League fees!

  • Skater Only Registration: $635 ($535 before March 13, 2020)
  • Skater Plus Goalie Registration: $735 ($635 before March 13, 2020)
  • Goalie Only Registration: $300 ($200 before March 13, 2020)

Why do we offer an Early Bird Discount?
Registering early gives us time to plan for evaluations and work out the schedule. The earlier you register, the better we can plan, and the smoother everything goes. Everyone wins! Thanks for registering early.

At this time the NCWHL can only accept players 18 years of age and older.

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NCWHL Assistance Fund

The NCWHL Assistance Fund provides financial assistance to players in the NCWHL who have a financial hardship. The award is up to 50% off of league registration fees for that season.

Coordinators and Board members who currently receive any form of league credit are not eligible. Fund recipients are not eligible to apply again for one calendar year from the time they most recently received funding.

The number of awards granted for the season will be determined by the Board, and will be dependent upon current NCWHL Assistance Fund reserves and the number, if any, of qualified applications received. All decisions are final. The award must be used toward the awarded season’s league fees only, and is non-transferable.

We are now accepting submissions for the 2020 Assistance Fund. Deadline is February 20, 2020.


Donate to the Assistance Fund

Would you like to make a donation to the Assistance Fund? This money helps skaters who need financial assistance play in our league. As little as $1 can be donated, any amount is appreciated. Thank you!


2019 NCWHL Invitational

The NCWHL is proud to announce that we will be hosting the first ever NCWHL Invitational from June 21-23, 2019 at Nazareth Ice Oasis in both their San Mateo and Redwood City locations. The tournament will comprise of teams from our league and from across the county. We are currently in the planning stages, but are looking forward to hosting this inaugural event this year.

As part of our on-going community service efforts, one of the main goals of this tournament will be to raise money for a local cause. This year, we’ve decided to partner with BAYS, Bay Area Young Survivors to help empower young survivors of cancer. BAYS creates support groups, activities, and opportunities for connection for people who have survived cancer. We are excited and honored to work with such a positive and inspirational group. We hope that everyone in the tournament can be proud of the impact they will be having by participating. Learn more about BAYS here: http://www.baysnet.org/.

We are also looking for volunteers! We will need help with scorekeeping, refereeing, and day-of preparations. If you are interested in helping, or have any questions about the tournament, feel free to email us at ncwhl.invitational@gmail.com.

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Community Outreach: Children’s Book Project

Donation Box is at Nazareth Ice Oasis, San Mateo, along the wall by the dressing area.

Our next Community Outreach effort will be to collect for the Children’s Book Project. You can learn more about it here: childrensbookproject.org/

Please bring your new or very gently used books to any game you have in San Mateo for the entire month of June. We will be collecting books there. Please remember these books are going to children in high need areas and we really want to support their love for and valuing of books. Please only donate books of condition and quality in service of those values.

From Children’s Book Project:

We always need new or gently used, recent-vintage books for children of all ages, from infants through teens.

We especially need:

  • board books
  • early readers
  • elementary chapter books
  • books in Spanish or Chinese
  • graphic novels
  • popular series for 8-12 year olds

We can’t use and don’t accept:

  • textbooks and curriculum materials
  • encyclopedias
  • audio cassettes and VHS tapes
  • library discards
  • obsolete books
  • dirty, dusty, wet, or mildewed books
  • nonfiction over ten years old

If you can’t donate books but still want to help, please consider making a donation on behalf of NCWHL to the Children’s Book Project. You can donate directly on their website here:


Please contact Eula at ncwhl.community@gmail.com if you have any questions! Thank you for helping our league make a positive impact on our community!