Slovak 2. Liga

The Slovak 2. Liga (English:Slovak Second League), also known as the 2. Liga or the 2HL, is currently the third tier of ice hockey in Slovakia. For the 2018–19 season, the 2. liga is divided into two different divisions. It lies below the Slovak Extraliga and the Slovak 1. Liga. The league is composed of 18 teams divided into two groups, whose teams are divided geographically (Western and Eastern), including two foreign teams. First from PolandKH 58 Sanok that plays in the Eastern group and second from HungaryPHC Budapest that plays in the Western group.

2. Hokejová liga
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2019–20 Slovak 2. Liga season
Slovak 2. Liga logo.png
SportIce hockey
No. of teams18
Most recent
HK Levice
(1st title)
Promotion toSlovak 1. Liga


Western divisionEdit

Teams from Slovakia competing in Slovak 2. liga Západ (Western division) in the 2021–22 season.

2019–20 seasonEdit

Team Name City Venue Capacity Founded
Iskra Partizánske Partizánske Partizánske Ice Stadium 1,600 1974
Bratislavský hokejový klub Bratislava Zimný štadión Vladimíra Dzurillu Unknown Unknown
HK 91 Senica Senica Senica Ice Stadium 3,000 1991
HC Prievidza Prievidza Prievidza Ice Stadium 3,986 1954
ŠHK Púchov Púchov Púchov Ice Stadium 1,943 2013
MŠK Hviezda Dolný Kubín Dolný Kubín Dolný Kubín Ice Stadium 500 1995
KMH Budapest   Budapest Budapest Ice Stadium Unknown Unknown

Eastern divisionEdit

Teams from Slovakia competing in Slovak 2. liga Východ (Eastern division) in the 2019–20 season.
Team from Poland competing in Slovak 2. liga Východ (Eastern division) in the 2019–20 season.
Team Name City Venue Capacity Founded
HK Bardejov Bardejov Bardejov Ice Stadium 1,911 2016
HK Sabinov Sabinov Sabinov Ice Stadium Unknown 1948
HK Slovan Gelnica Gelnica Zimný štadión Petra Bindasa 3,500 1949
HKM Rimavská Sobota Rimavská Sobota Rimavská Sobota Ice Stadium Unknown 1994
HK 2016 Trebišov Trebišov Trebišov Ice Stadium 2,000 1992
KH 58 Sanok   Sanok Arena Sanok 3,100 1958
MHk 32 Liptovský Mikuláš B Liptovský Mikuláš Liptovský Mikuláš Ice Stadium 3,680 1934
MHK Kežmarok Kežmarok Kežmarok Ice Stadium 3,000 1931
HC 19 Humenné Humenné Humenné Ice Stadium 4,500 1936


Note: Bold indicates overall champion.

See alsoEdit


External linksEdit

  • SZĽH – Slovak Ice-Hockey Federation (in Slovak)
  • [1] – 2. Hokejova liga statistics (in Slovak)