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The Cambridge Blues are ending the first half of the season with a stunning victory against the Oxford Dark Blues! This important win also puts the Light Blues on top of the table in Division 1 (South) of the BUIHA. They are now looking forward to their training camp in Zuoz in January to prepare for the most important game of the season: the Varsity game held in Oxford on March 2 (tbc) - stay tuned for that!

Player of the game for Cambridge was Matt Neville. For his spectacular saves he was also voted man of the match by the team. Honorable mention: Scott Partington for his celly of the year.


CAMBRIDGE - 11 July, 2018 - We are now welcoming enquiries from prospective players interested in joining the Cambridge University Ice Hockey Club (CUIHC). The club consists of three teams, and welcomes all players regardless of whether they’ve never played hockey before, or they’ve been playing competitively their whole lives. It’s strongly advised that you bring your hockey gear to Cambridge, though the club has some equipment available for use by players with none. 

If you are interested, please fill out there form here.

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We are delighted to announce that the historic 100th Men’s Varsity will be held in the same place where it all started in 1885 – St. Moritz, Switzerland – on the 24th of March 2018!   Since 1885, the world has seen many changes, but our powerful tradition lives on.  Throughout history every player has contributed to our special community.  As such, we’d like to invite all of our alumni to take part in the celebration of the oldest rivalry in hockey history.  We plan to host an alumni Winter Classic-style match on the very same day as the Varsity Match. To register, please, follow the link below.

Our friends and fans, we'd love to share this experience with you. You can find hotel packages in the link below.

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1st April, 2017, Toronto, CA -- The Cambridge and Oxford alumni battled it out in the 9th Annual Alumni game in Toronto. Although the victory didn't go to Cambridge this time, both sides showed a great competitive spirit in a game that has become a staple event for Canadian Oxbridge Ice Hockey alumni.

[Read a full report here]

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Light Blues win the 99th varsity

Cambridge Blues 8 - Oxford Blues 3


4th March 2017, Peterborough, UK -- In a hard fought battle, the Cambridge Blues prevail over their rivals for the third time in three years. After back-and-forth two periods ending in 4-3 score, the Cambridge Blues, fueled by their unrelenting supporters, surged past the Dark Blues and sealed the historic victory. For a full report see the report in Varsity Newspaper.

The Varsity MVP was Light Blues' goaltender Daniel Orvomaa, player of the game was co-captain Spencer Brennan, player-voted MVP was the assistant captain Oscar Wilsby. Honorable mention to Cambridge co-captain Vaclav Beranek, who finished the night with four goals and an assist.

We would like to thank our fans and supporters who cheered us on at both ends of the ice and made the 99th Ice Hockey Varsity an unforgettable moment for us.

Check out this amazing video showing what it means for the Men's Blues to be able to have a one-week training camp in Zuoz, Switzerland.


As we head to the Varsity game this Saturday, we are taking a look back at the road that the Cambridge Blues travelled in the 2016/17 season so far. Today, we start with the training camp in Zuoz, Switzerlad, as captured by our own Pat 'McGroin' Gut.

If you haven't yet, hurry up and buy your tickets to the Varsity game at:


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The Ice hockey Varsity is here!

 Poster design by Katie Rosseau. Check her work out at:

Poster design by Katie Rosseau. Check her work out at:

On Saturday 4th March the oldest rivalry in the history of ice hockey pays its biennial visit to Peterborough as the Cambridge Light Blues take on arch-rivals the Oxford Dark Blues in what is expected to be the biggest indoor fixture of the Oxbridge sporting calendar, and one of the biggest varsity fixtures on ice outside of North America. 

This year’s edition will mark the 132nd anniversary of the Varsity Match between the two teams. The Peterborough rink is once again expected to reach capacity as crowds cheer on two of the top teams from Division 1 of the British Universities Ice Hockey Association as they go toe-to-toe and battle it out for the historic King Edward Cup. 

Doors open at 8:00pm and the ceremonial puck drop will take place at 8:30pm. There will be a fully licensed bar overlooking the ice open throughout the game.

The afterparty (with queue jump and reduced price for Cambridge and Oxford fans) will take place at Life (Kuda) in Cambridge following the match.

Cambridge fans:
Tickets include coach transportation. Coaches will depart from Queens’ Back at 6.45pm SHARP (please be on time!). The coaches will head back to Cambridge straight after the game, so expect to be back in Cambridge at around 11pm.

Oxford fans:
Please, visit and contact the team to purchase your ticket with transportation.

Please see to buy tickets (including return transport to/from Cambridge) and for further event information.


Cambridge Blues starting the second half of the season with back-to-back victories over the newcomer in the Division 1 South, the Birmingham Lions. Match reports to follow soon. Don't forget to get tickets to the Varsity game in just four weeks!



Cambridge brings home the win in the first of two matches this season. Read the full match report below!

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For those of you who were not able to attend, you unfortunately missed one of the best sporting events ever to take place in the city of Toronto.

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The Cambridge Blues are the University’s men’s varsity squad. They compete in BUIHA Division 1 South (checking), which is the top tier for University ice hockey in Britain.

The season consists of a league format cup competition that runs from November until March. The Blues also enter Tier 1 of the Universities National Championships. The Blues squad trains on ice on Sunday evenings at Planet Ice in Peterborough, in addition to three weekly fitness sessions.

The Blues’ season is marked by two important highlights. The first is a trip to Zuoz, Switzerland, where they train up to four times a day and play matches against local teams on perfect outdoor ice at the Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz. The second is of course the annual varsity match against their arch-rival, the Oxford University Blues. This fiercely competed contest is steeped in history and has an intensity like no other.

The Cambridge Eskimos, the University’s ‘B’ team, were originally formed in the 1920’s along with the Oxford Cosmopolitans. However, during World War II the rivalry was suspended, and upon it’s return the Eskimos were no longer a feature. The team was revived again in 1995.

The Eskimos form the ‘recreational’ side of the club, welcoming both beginner players from the University, members of staff and also one or two players from outside. Despite the recreational status, in recent years the squad has featured some formidable players and has taken on some very strong opposition from both University teams and recreational teams across the country.

Continuing the theme of touring Europe, the Eskimos will usually take at least one trip across the channel onto the continent. Last season they played in a tournament in Linz in Austria; they will be making a return this year.

The Women’s Blues were founded in the 1980’s and follow a similar training structure to the Men’s Blues.

Accepting players of all backgrounds, they boast a wide range of talent – from complete beginners to 15 year veterans. The Women’s Blues play in BUIHA Division 2 (non-checking), and in addition typicallyplay a series of exhibition matches against both University squads and teams from the English Women’s Leagues during Michaelmas term. Their season culminates with the annual varsity match against Oxford. They also enter the Universities National Championships in Sheffield, competing in tier 3.

One of the highlights for the Women’s Blues is their trip to Vierumaki in Finland for the BUIHA training camp. With the opportunity for training both on and off the ice, this trip gives the Women’s Blues a chance to develop their skills in state of the art facilities.