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Antwerp Powerchair Hockey Collective | APHC HOME

Our goal is to establish an inclusive environment where powerchair hockey athletes worldwide can connect and engage easily.

Did you know that 1 out of every 7 people lives with a disability? Despite this fact, we rarely come across them in our day-to-day interactions or participating in powerchair hockey.

We strive to create chances for powerchair hockey players to come together, empowering them to grow. APHC stands for a community dedicated to bringing together like-minded individuals, fostering the worldwide growth of our beloved sport.

Antwerp Powerchair Hockey Collective | APHC HOME

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FAQ

What is powerchair hockey?

Powerchair hockey or e-hockey is played with electric sports wheelchairs where two teams compete against each other. It’s a mixed sport and is intended to get people with a physical disability to exercise in a team format. This variant of hockey is a combination of field hockey and ice hockey. Wheelchairs are allowed to drive a maximum of 18 km/h and in each team you have 5 players.

What is APHC?

We are a non-profit organization in Antwerp. Created to connect international powerchair hockey players together. So they can learn from each other and become a better version of themselves.

What does the collective do?

We organize tournaments and in the future the first international hockey camp ever. It’s our mission to create space for international powerchair hockey players.

How can I help the collective?

By sharing our mission in the first place. But of course, all our dreams come with a bill to pay. If you like to support a cause like ours, make a gift or donation. Click here to go to our page.

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