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was held in 1999, 2001, and 2002. Great Britain has men’s, women’s, junior, men’s under-18, and women’s under-18 national teams. The Love c Love tsearchi Love h Networkromance.com Csearchp Love h Networkromance.com s Love b Networkromance.com e Love Love esearchd Love s Love nsearchesearch1search9 Networkromance.com ,searcht Networkromance.com eScottish Autumn Cup since 2001, and the Scottish Spring Cup from 2001-2006. Scotland and England both have men’s and women’s national teams, and Wales have women’s national team.  Greece IIHF member. Currently no IIHF standard rinks. 713 registered players. The Greek Ice Hockey Championship has been contested on-and-off since 1989. Greece has men’s and junior national teams.  Hungary IIHF member. 36 rinks. 3,913 registered players. The top four Hungarian teams participates in the multi-national MOL Liga. The OB I bajnokság is the country’s top league, and the OB I/B. bajnokság is the second level league. The Hungarian Cup has been held since 1965, and in 1996 and 2008, the Hungarian Supercup was also held. Hungary has men’s, women’s, junior, men’s under-18, and women’s under-18 national teams.  Iceland IIHF member. 3 rinks. 611 registered players. The Icelandic Hockey League has been the country’s national league since 1991. Before that, an Icelandic Championship was occasionally contested. Iceland has men’s, women’s, and junior national teams.  Ireland IIHF member. Currently no IIHF standard rinks. 297 registered players. The Irish Ice Hockey League was the country’s national league from 2007-2010. Before the IIHL, a national championship was held in some years. Ireland has men’s and junior national teams.  Italy IIHF member. 69 rinks. 6,909 registered players. The Serie A, founded in 1924, is the top level league, the Serie A2 is the second level league, and the Serie C is the third level league. The Coppa Italia has held from 1973-1974, 1991, and 1998, before becoming an annual competition in 2001. Since 2001, the Supercoppa Italiana has also been held. Italy has men’s, women’s, junior, men’s under-18, and women’s under-18 national teams.  Latvia IIHF member. 17 rinks. 4,569 registered players. The Latvian Hockey League, first contested from 1931-1944, and then again from 1991 onward, is the country’s national league. Latvia’s top team, Dinamo Riga, participates in the Kontinental Hockey League. The Latvian Cup has been held four times, in 1995, 1999, 2007, and 2008. Latvia has men’s, women’s, and junior national teams.  Liechtenstein IIHF member. Currently no IIHF standard rinks. 87 registered players. There is a team, EHC Vaduz-Schellenberg, that participates in the Swiss 4. Liga. The Liechtenstein national team has played two games against Luxembourg, losing 7:1 in 2003, and 4:2 in 2007.  Lithuania IIHF member. 12 rinks. 1,073 registered players. The Lithuania Hockey League, first contested from 1926-1942, and then again since 1991, is the country’s top level league. The Lithuanian Cup was held only in the year 2000. Lithuania has men’s and junior national teams.  Luxembourg IIHF member. 4 rinks. 392 registered players. The country’s top team, Tornado Luxembourg, plays in the fourth level French ice hockey league, the French Division 3. The Luxembourg Championship was played on-and-off from 1993-2003. The Luxembourg Cup, was also contested yearly from 1993-2003. The Cup has also been held in the 2006–07, 2010–11, and 2011–12 seasons. Luxembourg has men’s and junior national teams.  Macedonia IIHF member. There is an ice rink in Skopje. 126 registered players. In 2011, the national team played a game against a Bulgarian club team, Red Star Sofia, losing 4:1. In 2012, HK Skopje played three games in the multi-national Total TV Hockey League, losing 5:4 to Iraklis Thessaloniki, and twice to HK Bosna, 3:1 and 9:2.  Malta The only rink in the country has closed. There used to be a 4 team league, the Maltese Hockey League. No hockey activities now.  Moldova IIHF member. 2 rinks, but no IIHF standard rinks exist. In 2009-10, Dinamo Chisinau participated in the Romanian U12 League, and in 2010-11, they participated in the Romanian U14 League. In 2010, Platina Chisinau joined the Romanian U18 League.  Monaco There is an outdoor ice rink and some hockey is played.  Montenegro There is an ice rink in Podgorica, but no ice hockey is played.  Netherlands IIHF member. 28 rinks. 2,888 registered players. The Eredivisie, founded in 1945, is the top level league, the Eerste Divisie is the second level league, the Tweede Divisie is the third level league, the Derde Divisie is the fourth level league, and the hLove Networkromance.com Network Romance List of ice hockey countries - pedia, the free encyclopediam w KF23006 jLove Networkromance.com Network Romance List of ice hockey countries - pedia, the free encyclopediag XNAME