Atlanta Adult Roller Hockey League

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The Cup

The Tom Alfonzi Championship cup. Only a select few get to immortalize their name on it each season. Will you be the next?

Tom Alfonzi was a driving force behind the creation of the original league (Old Men Behaving Badly Hockey Association) back at the old Sparkles roller rink. After Tom's passing a group of the league Elders memorialized him by naming the championship trophy after him. Now, we all know Lord Stanley's cup is the coolest piece of hardware in sports, but the Alfonzi Cup is a close second.

Cup

The Alfonzi CupThis is What We Came For

The Best Inline Hockey League in the South!

The AARHL, sponsored by the NE Cobb YMCA, is a roller hockey league for adults age 30 and older (goalies can be 18 or older). The league consists of three divisions (Gold, Silver, and Bronze). We invite players of all skill levels to join us! We play four ten-week seasons per year. Each season concludes with a tournament, with the winning teams having their members' names immortalized on the Tom Alfonzi Cup. We play the game for fun, friendship, and a general love of the game. New players are always welcome. If you'd like to give your hockey chops a try before committing to an entire season, join one of our weekly Wednesday scrimmages. Make sure you read our FAQ! For more information contact us at AARHLinfo@gmail.com.

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Gold
Champs Fall 2018

Silver
Champs Fall 2018

Bronze
Champs Fall 2018

A Word from the Commish

AARHL Players, Prospects, and Partners,

Our goal at AARHL is to preserve our status as the best run hockey league in the south. We are only able to achieve this goal with the tireless help provided by our volunteer staff, through the our partnership with the Northeast Cobb YMCA, and by the enthusiasm exhibited by our players, goalies, and team captains each season.

The AARHL has grown significantly in its many years of existence, and we are always open to ways in which we can continuously improve the player experience. Should you have ideas or feedback, please contact me anytime at aahrlinfo@gmail.com.