We are working closely with the BUIHA and University of London to provide hockey for members in the 2021-2022 season.
We are waiting on important information from both groups but we will still provide opportunities for practices and informal scrimmages. We've lowered our fees and have a number of informal events ready for players. We look forward to having you this year!
The London Dragons were originally founded in 2002 by members of the Imperial College Hockey Club as the Purples. Since then, the University of London Dragons Ice Hockey Club has grown to become the best hockey club in the UK, consistently producing some of the most competitive and successful teams in the BUIHA. All three teams have seen many memorable, dedicated, and elite level players over the years and continues to welcome new faces every season, helping to grow our trophy cabinet of 13 championship titles.
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
The University of London probably isn't what you applied to on your UCAS form because the University is a collection of 18 self-governing Colleges and 9 smaller, specialist research Institutes. If you study or work at any of the universities listed, then you’re also part of the University of London.
Find out more at: studentcentral.london
The University of London has more than 120,000 students and the we are happy to welcome everyone, whatever your skill level! We always try to be as accommodating as possible to new members, whether they be all-stars or rookies.
Your University isn’t part of The University of London? No problem. As long as you have a University email address and London Dragons are your closest BUIHA team we can still welcome you into the team.
Central School of Speech & Drama
The Courtauld Institute of Art
School of Oriental and African Studies
University College London
University of London Institute in Paris
City University London
School of Advanced Study
London School of Economics
Queen Mary University London
Royal Academy of Music
Royal Veterinary College
Institute of Cancer Research
UCL Institute of Education
King's College London
London Business School
London School of Hygene and Tropical Medicine
University of London
From: Queen Mary University of London