KH Sanok

  • Polish Cup winner 2011, 2012
  • Polish Champion 2012

KH Sanok is a Polish ice hockey team from Sanok, which was founded in 1958 and plays in the Playoff Final.


The KH Sanok was founded in 1958 as RKS Sanoczanka and has since changed hands several times his club name. After only two years, the team adopted the name Stal Sanok and held its until 1991. Other names were STS Sanok, STS- Autosan Sanok, HRH Sanok and since 2001 now KH Sanok. After descending from the Playoff Final in the 2000 /01 season as a table of eight, it took two years until re-emergence as a runner-up of the first league in the season 2002/ 03. With the exception of the first season after the re-emergence, in which one was second, was Bilang Sanok to the weaker teams in recent years and has always played to rank 7-9 of the ten participants. It was not until 2010, the Polish striker Tomasz Malasiński Krystian Dziubiński and came to the team from the Carpathian foothills, this changed. In 2011, for the first time won the Polish Cup competition. A year later, not only managed to defend the title in the Cup but also winning the league title in the Playoff Final. Although 2013 was the regular league season will be won in the playoffs failed Sanok in the semis at KS Cracovia Cracow.


  • Rise in the Playoff Final 1976, 1992, 2003
  • Cup Winners 2011, 2012
  • Polish Champion 2012


The home games of the KH Sanok will be held in the Arena, completed in 2006 in Sanok Sanok. The ice rink can accommodate up to 3,100 spectators.