Fife Flyers

British Champion 1977, 1978, 1985

The Fife Flyers are an ice hockey club in the city Kirkcaldy in Scotland. The Flyers play in the British Elite Ice Hockey League. Their home games they played in the 3,280 -seater from Fife Ice Arena.


The Fife Flyers were founded in 1938 and is thus the oldest existing hockey club of the United Kingdom. In the years 1977, 1978 and 1985, the team could each win the British title. From 1982 to 1996, the Fife Flyers always played up to one year in the British Hockey League, the highest at this time British Ice Hockey League. Then the team was nine years active in the second-rate British National League,. Below the Ice Hockey Superleague bze their successor competition Elite Ice Hockey League was. The champion of the BNL could the Flyers 1997 ( North ), winning in 2000 and 2004.

The Fife Flyers were included in the EIHL in which they filled the void left by the Newcastle Vipers left after its dissolution and returned after fifteen years of absence in the highest British League for the season 2011/12.

The Kircaldy Kestrels, the junior team of Kirkcaldy Ice Hockey Club play in the Scottish National League.

Well-known former players