Unified National Training Program

The Unified National Training Program (UNTP) serves as the core program to SIHA that trains high performance athletes that forms the Singapore National Team to participate in IIHF Tournaments. Designed by our own athletes and spearheaded by Ryan Tan in 2017, the long-running program has brought home numerous medals through the years. Participants of the UNTP are segregated by their level of progression regardless of age and gender. 

UNTP continues its training at Blue Ice Skating Rink at Paradigm Mall in Johor Bahru every alternate Saturdays. Participants from the program had started their trainings at the new rink to continue working towards World Championships in 2024. 

If you are holding a Singapore passport and would like to participate in UNTP, please contact our Development Director (Men’s), Joewe Lam

IIHF Participation

The season of 2023 – 2024 will see 2 National Teams participating in World Championships – 

Men’s Team: World Championships Division 3B, TBA 
Participating Countries: People’s Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Iran, Philippines

Women’s Team: World Championships Division 3B, 24 – 29 March, Kohthla-Jarbe, Estonia
Participating Countries: Estonia, Israel, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Singapore, Thailand 

4 participants represented Singapore to participate in the first ever collaboration camp between IIHF and Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) Asian Youth Ice Hockey Camp held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The camp aims to develop young Athletes, Coaches and Game Officials in anticipation of high performance tournaments being held in the region in near future. This includes Asian Winter Games, Youth Olympics, SEA Games and World Championships. The participating U16 athletes from Singapore are Ethan Tang and Alyssa Goh. Michael Loh and Serena Tsang also participated in the camp in the capacity of Coach and Game Official. 

Through the initiatives of IIHF’s ICE26 strategy, Diane Foo was also selected to participate in the IIHF MNA Development course. This course is a full-year program, with its on-site session held in Daegu, Korea, in conjunction with Hockey Together 2023.