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The Temecula Valley Inline Hockey Association (TVIHA) provides three supervised programs for the youth of our community. The Recreation League is perfect for beginning, intermediate and advanced players. Winning of the game is secondary and that fundamentals, hockey skills and character development are of prime importance in the recreational league of TVIHA. The school league will provide the opportunity for in-line hockey players to represent their middle, high and elementary schools and their community in an organized, competitive league. This is not a beginners league. The Tournament Program is to offer a more competitive hockey experience, where in youth have fun, learn more about the game, test themselves in friendly competition, and grow through teamwork and  sportsmanship.  The teams are made up of our most skilled players.



Dear TVIHA Families,

On behalf of the board I am pleased to announce that we are now accepting reservations for week one (July 7-9) to participate in hockey camp/practices. Now I must remind you we are still in a pandemic so there are strict protocols that we need to adhere to if we are going to open up successfully. There will be no spectators allowed and the safety restrictions are listed below.

The available dates and times are as followed. Please work out with Adam Jung ( the proper age division. Adam can email you a waiver or you can download one on our website at We ask that you only sign up once a week so we can get as many kids on the rink as possible. If for any reason we do not fill the time slots we will let families know of additional openings. To begin we will take reservations week by week to see how we are doing.

Tuesday, July 7

600-700pm (8U & 10U)

715-815pm (advanced 10U & 12U)

830-930pm (14U & 17U)


Wednesday, July 8

600-700pm (8U & 10U)

715-815pm (advanced 10U & 12U)

830-930pm (14U & 17U)


Thursday, July 9

600-700pm (8U & 10U)

715-815pm (advanced 10U & 12U)

830-930pm (14U & 17U)



 1. Families will email Adam Jung our Player Development Director to make a reservation for an open time in their appropriate age groups to participate. We will at the most have 11 players and 2 coaches. Adam can be reached at to make a reservation. Unfortunately only players and coaches be allowed near the rink (no spectators). We have to enforce this or we can be shut down.

2. Once Adam has confirmed your reservation via email, parents will need to sign a waiver that will be posted on the league website and Adam will have the ability to email to them as well. We will collect the majority if not all of them electronically. Please email the signed waiver back to Adam at

3. Parents will be advised to have their children dress for practice either at home or at their car in the parking lot. All protective gear will be required to participate. Players will be reminded to keep their gloves and helmet on even during water breaks. PLEASE ALLOW ADDITIONAL TIME FOR THE CHECK-IN PROCESS. We want all of the skaters to enter the rink at their scheduled time so arrive early.

4. Parents will check in their child at the TVIHA table on the sidewalk near the stairs entering up towards the rink. At the table we will have a board member stationed with gloves and a mask. That volunteer will take down the players name, age, parent name, phone number, they will verify we have a waiver on file and they will take the temperature of the participant with a forehead thermometer. The temperature will be written down and assuming that player is 99.9 degrees or below they will be free to participate. We will be using a No-Touch Thermometer which can result in a higher than normal reading due to skin temperature. What this means is we would like you to get the temperature taken right away upon arrival to the park. Do not have your son/daughter running around in the sun prior to having their temperature checked. If your child registers a temperature of 100 degrees or more we will ask them to sit on the side for 10 minutes and than we will retake it. If your child registers at 100 degrees again they will be unable to participate that night. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

5. The player will continue up the stairs, skate to the right past the penalty box, continue past the scoreboard and socially distance waiting inline at the visitor door for the coaches to bring the group onto the rink. We will also caution tape off the stands and sitting areas to help prevent players from hanging out in any areas and to deter any parents from loitering in the area.

6. Once on the rink players will take their own personal water bottles and place them on one of the two benches. Coaches will spread them out and tell them which one.

7. During practice coaches will stress the importance of socially distancing while they wait inline for drills and a sticker will be on the benches socially distancing players during a water break.

8. At the conclusion of practice, players will grab their water bottles and follow a coach out of the home door of the rink where they will skate to the left and down the sidewalk to meet their parents. Players are encouraged to wait on the sidewalk while being picked up by their parent. We don’t want any players skating unsupervised in the parking lot. The check-in volunteer will be extremely busy between sessions checking people in and other coach will be on the rink spraying down and sanitizing the bench and board area where the previous players participated so we can prepare for our next group. PLEASE BE PROMPT WHEN PICKING UP YOUR CHILD.

9. Loaner gear will not be provided without making prior arrangements. 

We realize this is a lot of information to take in but we want to make the rink environment as safe as we can. Please only make a reservation if you are going to be coming. If for any reason you cannot attend at your scheduled time please let Adam know so he can open that space up for someone else.

If you have further questions please reach out to Adam at If you are a coach and are looking to assist please reach out to Greg at



Tom Bilek, President



With parts of the state scheduled to begin opening soon the TVIHA Board has decided to open registration in hopes of hosting a 2020 fall inline hockey recreation season. Obviously nothing is known at this time but our current goal would be for a 10-12 game season to begin in September or October and being finished by November or December. Our league could see measures like staggered start times, shortened games, minimized attendance, etc. etc. We just don't know but we have to plan accordingly.

If your child is going to be interested in playing we ask that you register ASAP (fees will not be collected until approximately a month before the season begins). We understand plans may change but this is the best way for the board to plan accordingly. Please register at the link above.

Costs will remain the same ($185 per player) with discounts for new players and siblings. Again fees will not be collected at this time. I incorrectly listed a price of $175 originally. I apologize for the error.

We hope you and your family are doing well. We miss seeing you at the rink. We hope to see you again real soon. If you have any questions regarding registration please email Ryann at


Tom Bilek, TVIHA President

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    Temecula Valley Inline Hockey Association  

    30650 Rancho California Road D406-78

    Temecula, CA 92592-3279

    Phone: (833)-468-8442