1. PLAY YOUR PART
Ukrainian Hockey Dream is the registered charity foundation of the Ice Hockey Federation of Ukraine, whose mission it is to support and sustain Ukrainian hockey during the Russo-Ukrainian war and beyond. The charity’s 2022/23 global fundraising goal is $15.6m, all of which will be used to support up to 7,500 young players, professionals, coaches, and staff members, across more than 100 clubs and 15 schools throughout Ukraine. You can make a real difference to people’s lives.
2. BE A PART OF HISTORY
When Dnipro Kherson take to the ice at The SSE Arena, Belfast, it will mark the very first time that a Ukrainian National Championship side has ever played ice hockey at The SSE Arena, Belfast. We think that’s pretty amazing. Say you were there. Make history with the Giants!
3. SCRATCH THAT HOCKEY ITCH
The 2022/23 season may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean that hockey at The SSE Arena, Belfast is! Get your final fix of hockey before the off-season and raise the roof for your Belfast Giants All Stars. Find out more about our Ukrainian opponents, Dnipro Kherson, here.
4. BLAST FROM THE PAST
JJ Piccinich, Jonathan Boxill, Darryl Lloyd, George Awada, Paul Swindlehurst, Steve Saviano. Can someone check what year it is? For only night only, these Giants legends return to The SSE Arena, Belfast, alongside some of the current 2022/23 roster, all in the name of charity. Take a look at the full All Stars roster here.
5. CHECK OUT THE NEW NEIGHBOURS
Over the last few weeks, a whole host of new, delicious eateries have arrived in Odyssey Place. From Zizzi to Five Guys, there’s plenty to choose from. Why not grab a bit to eat before packing out The SSE Arena, Belfast for this one-of-a-kind international.
6. GET KITTED OUT
Why not check out Ice Locker’s brand-new store in Odyssey Place and get your hands on all the latest Giants merch. Look the part and bring the noise!
Captain. Coach. Leader. LEGEND. For the first time in five years, your head coach Adam Keefe will be dusting off his skates, coming out from behind the bench, and returning to the ice as an All Star. Do we need to say any more than that?