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Underwater hockey club in Fort Collins.

http://www.uwhockey.org/colorado/ (http://www.uwhockey.org/colorado/)

WHERE?
Fort Collins practices are held at the Edora Pool and Ice Center (EPIC) located at 1801 Riverside Ave., Fort Collins. Click on the link below for a map:
EPIC Map

WHEN?

Every Monday at 7:45 PM Until 9:30 PM

WHO?
Practices are open to men and women of all ages. Beginners are always welcome. We're always happy to do drills and give instructions for anybody wishing to learn or improve their play, and there's a scrimmage at every practice, so you'll be able to jump in and try the game your first night if you wish.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Adults are $6/session. Pay at the front desk (let them know you're there for underwater hockey). If you decide you would like to attend practices regularly, discounted 25-punch passes are available for $100, bringing the per-practice cost down to $4. Credit cards are accepted.

WHAT DO I BRING?
If you have snorkeling gear (mask, fins and snorkel) that you'd like to use, feel free to bring it, but we also have equipment for you to borrow, so all you really need is a swimsuit.

Upcoming events (4+)

Underwater Hockey Practice

Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC)

What we'll do
In underwater hockey, two teams of six face off on the bottom of the pool, trying to shoot the puck in their oppononent's goal.

Players sprint forward, pushing the puck along the bottom; curl around to protect the puck from opponents; and slide or flick the puck to teammates to keep possession.

Well-coordinated team play is critical in underwater hockey, since no individual player can hold their breath forever. The result is a unique sport that's elegant, exciting, and truly 3-dimensional.

• What to bring
Swimsuit, towel, and a mask and snorkel. We have the rest of the gear for new players to use.

• Important to know
Fees:
Adult - $10/practice
Student - $6/practice
Junior (High school or younger) - Free
Discounted quarterly rates are also available for regular participants.

Good news! We are now accepting new players again at EPIC practices.

You MUST bring your own mask and snorkel, or you will not be able to play. Other necessary gear will be available to borrow, but not masks or snorkels.

You MUST RSVP on Meetup ahead of time, or you will not be able to play. We have limited coaching available right now, so in rare cases of too many first-time player RSVPs, we will message you to arrange for you to RSVP to a different practice.

Once you RSVP to a practice, one of our regular players will message you to assist with further details.

Please plan on arriving early to your first practice.

Underwater Hockey Practice

Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC)

What we'll do
In underwater hockey, two teams of six face off on the bottom of the pool, trying to shoot the puck in their oppononent's goal.

Players sprint forward, pushing the puck along the bottom; curl around to protect the puck from opponents; and slide or flick the puck to teammates to keep possession.

Well-coordinated team play is critical in underwater hockey, since no individual player can hold their breath forever. The result is a unique sport that's elegant, exciting, and truly 3-dimensional.

• What to bring
Swimsuit, towel, and a mask and snorkel. We have the rest of the gear for new players to use.

• Important to know
Fees:
Adult - $10/practice
Student - $6/practice
Junior (High school or younger) - Free
Discounted quarterly rates are also available for regular participants.

Good news! We are now accepting new players again at EPIC practices.

You MUST bring your own mask and snorkel, or you will not be able to play. Other necessary gear will be available to borrow, but not masks or snorkels.

You MUST RSVP on Meetup ahead of time, or you will not be able to play. We have limited coaching available right now, so in rare cases of too many first-time player RSVPs, we will message you to arrange for you to RSVP to a different practice.

Once you RSVP to a practice, one of our regular players will message you to assist with further details.

Please plan on arriving early to your first practice.

Underwater Hockey Practice

Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC)

What we'll do
In underwater hockey, two teams of six face off on the bottom of the pool, trying to shoot the puck in their oppononent's goal.

Players sprint forward, pushing the puck along the bottom; curl around to protect the puck from opponents; and slide or flick the puck to teammates to keep possession.

Well-coordinated team play is critical in underwater hockey, since no individual player can hold their breath forever. The result is a unique sport that's elegant, exciting, and truly 3-dimensional.

• What to bring
Swimsuit, towel, and a mask and snorkel. We have the rest of the gear for new players to use.

• Important to know
Fees:
Adult - $10/practice
Student - $6/practice
Junior (High school or younger) - Free
Discounted quarterly rates are also available for regular participants.

Good news! We are now accepting new players again at EPIC practices.

You MUST bring your own mask and snorkel, or you will not be able to play. Other necessary gear will be available to borrow, but not masks or snorkels.

You MUST RSVP on Meetup ahead of time, or you will not be able to play. We have limited coaching available right now, so in rare cases of too many first-time player RSVPs, we will message you to arrange for you to RSVP to a different practice.

Once you RSVP to a practice, one of our regular players will message you to assist with further details.

Please plan on arriving early to your first practice.

Underwater Hockey Practice

Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC)

What we'll do
In underwater hockey, two teams of six face off on the bottom of the pool, trying to shoot the puck in their oppononent's goal.

Players sprint forward, pushing the puck along the bottom; curl around to protect the puck from opponents; and slide or flick the puck to teammates to keep possession.

Well-coordinated team play is critical in underwater hockey, since no individual player can hold their breath forever. The result is a unique sport that's elegant, exciting, and truly 3-dimensional.

• What to bring
Swimsuit, towel, and a mask and snorkel. We have the rest of the gear for new players to use.

• Important to know
Fees:
Adult - $10/practice
Student - $6/practice
Junior (High school or younger) - Free
Discounted quarterly rates are also available for regular participants.

Good news! We are now accepting new players again at EPIC practices.

You MUST bring your own mask and snorkel, or you will not be able to play. Other necessary gear will be available to borrow, but not masks or snorkels.

You MUST RSVP on Meetup ahead of time, or you will not be able to play. We have limited coaching available right now, so in rare cases of too many first-time player RSVPs, we will message you to arrange for you to RSVP to a different practice.

Once you RSVP to a practice, one of our regular players will message you to assist with further details.

Please plan on arriving early to your first practice.

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Underwater Hockey Practice

Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC)

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