The Kapolei Inline Hockey Arenas provide players of all ages and skill levels both male and female a safe and fun environment to learn and play the sport of Inline Hockey.
Youth players have 4 divisions to participate in as they grow and develop in the sport of inline hockey. The first of these programs is FREE (Learn To Play Hockey) and offer the players professional instruction and coaching. KIHA provides free rental gear to players who do not have their own hockey gear. The youth house league programs (8 & Under through 15 & Under) offer players a more competitive format that challenges their skills on an individual and team basis.
Adult players have five unique divisions to participate in at KIHA (D1, D2, D3, D4, Over35). D1 is the highest skill level and D4 is the lowest skill level division. There is a spot for every player at every skill level. For the ladies, the Powder Puff division has also been created.
|Building started in January of 2009||1,170 solar panels||Two full sized 185X85ft inline rinks||Full service ProShop||Elevator|
|Opened on April 7, 2010||Full photovoltaic System||Ice Court Exxess playing surfaces||Awesome Snack Bar||182 Parking stalls|
|Land Area: 128,000 sq/ft||Benches made of recycled plastic||Fully Air conditioned||5 Vending machines||Seating for over 400 fans|
|Concrete footprint: 42,000 sq/ft||Tinted glass for energy efficiency||8 player locker rooms||Plasma TV's||Alarm & Surveillance system|
|Mezzanine % Catwalk: 8,000 sq/ft||Recycling containers for waste||Full Sound System||Conference room||WFREE Wi-Fi throughout|
Saturday July 26, 2014 --- Jami Yoder and the kids.
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