|National federation||Federasi Hoki Es Indonesia|
|IIHF since||May 19, 2016|
Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Jakarta is the capital and largest city.
- Indonesian National Team
See Category:Ice hockey teams in Indonesia
See Category:Arenas in Indonesia
|Indonesia Ice Hockey League||2012||-||National league|
|Indonesia Ice Hockey Tournament||2012||-||National tournament|
History of hockey in Indonesia
Indonesia has sent teams to participate in tournaments such as the Malaysia International Ice Hockey Tournament, the Singapore Invitational Ice Hockey Tournament, and the Land of Smiles Ice Hockey Classic in Thailand.
From November 23-25, 2012, a tournament called the Indonesia National Ice Hockey Tournament was played. It was divided into A and B divisions, with the Jakarta Blues winning the A Division and the Wild Panthers winning the B Division. The tournament has been repeated annually since then. In 2015, there were Adult, U14, and U12 divisions contested.
Ice hockey was first played in Indonesia in 1996 when the country's second indoor rink, the Sky Rink, opened at the Mall Taman Anggrek in Jakarta. Indonesia's first rink, the Senayan-Jakarta, had been built in the 1980s. Two more rinks have recently opened, the Gardenice (800 square metres) in Bandung and the 24-by-55-metre BX Rink at the Bintaro Jaya Xchange Mall in Tangsel.
Back in 1998, two teams known as the Flaming Nitro Jakarta and Barong Jakarta existed. Teams from three nations participated in the Jakarta Cup, staged in October 1997.