After 545 days it’s finally time for the TSI World Bees Ice Hockey Club to welcome fans back as we start the 21/22 pre-season with the Everyone Active Cup vs Raiders IHC.

Tonight’s game is sponsored by Everyone Active

Here’s what you need to know

Doors open 4.15pm
Face-off 5.15pm


Tickets for tonight’s fixture are on special offer at £5 for every ticket type.

This game is not part of the season ticket package.

Tickets can be purchased here –

Food and Drink

Food and drink will be available from both the café and rinkside skate hire area.


Tickets will be on sale online for the 50/50 with a cash prize

Shirt Off The Players Back – Tickets can be bought online to win James Galazzi’s dark jersey.

Chuck A Puck – Pucks will be on sale and the closest puck to the centre spot will be a winner thanks to Pizza GoGo.

Chuck A Duck – Ducks will be on sale and the closest duck to the centre spot will be a winner thanks to HPS.


All new merchandise is available for sale or to order rink side today


Tonight’s match night mascots are Rowan Goodfellow and Ben Gordan

If you’d like to be a mascot for an upcoming home game please email


Bees new home venue is Slough Ice Arena and the postcode is SL1 2YX.  In the event of the free parking at the rink being full further free parking is available at Slough Activity Centre at SL1 3SS

Be aware speed restrictions continue on the M4 motorway due to the Smart Motorway upgrade works. Please allow extra time when planning your journey


We will have separate queues for pre-purchased tickets and walk up tickets and a separate queue for season ticket holders. Upon entry you will be issued a ticket band. Should you wish to leave and return you will need to be wearing the ticket band.


Fire exit doors will be opened to allow exit from the rink post game.

We would ask that all attendees are mindful of those around them and respectful of personal space. Those wishing to wear a mask are welcome to do so. Hand sanitising stations are located around the arena.

See you tonight. #WeAreBees