Our Partners

Nashville Skating Academy

Nashville Skating Academy runs a Learn to Skate (LTS) program twelve months a year.  The LTS program is held on the ice at Centennial Sportsplex in Nashville, Tennessee.  Our program is designed to be the best beginning ice skating program in the Middle Tennessee area that serves the needs of both the recreational and the competitive skater.

IMG_1461We have a well qualified staff of figure skating instructors who provide lessons for children, teens, and adults in hockey, recreational, and figure skating.  The LTS program offers basic skills, bridge, and freestyle group lessons where you can polish your skills or take private lessons.  Come join the fun and learn to skate!

For more information, please contact the Nashville Skating Academy office, 615-928-7977.

Nashville Youth Hockey League and Nashville Flyers Travel Hockey

The NYHL is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization which has existed in Nashville since 1964.

The NYHL encourages, develops, advances and administers amateur youth hockey in Nashville and its surrounding communities while striving to follow the USA Hockey American Development Model. nashville_youth_hockey_logoblack_backproof5

The NYHL strives to afford people the privilege of participating in youth hockey and related activities in an environment which allows players to learn the fundamental skills of hockey and experience the fun of playing the game without placing undue emphasis on “winning.”

The NYHL operates a House League (Recreational and Learn To Play) program from September to March of each year.  The NYHL also operates a Travel Program (Nashville Flyers) which participates in the Southern Youth Travel Hockey League.  The NYHL also offers a Girls Travel Program (Nashville Girls Hockey) and House All Stars (light limited travel) programs, where more competitive play is desired.

Centennial Sportsplex

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Home to NSFC, NSA, and NYHL, Centennial Sportsplex is a multi-use athletic complex in Nashville, Tennessee. The venue is owned by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and is operated by Metro Parks, the parks and recreation arm of the government. The facility is adjacent to Centennial Park, from which it derives its name.

222 25th Ave North
Nashville, TN 37203

Fitness and Tennis: 615-862-8490
Ice Rink and Aquatics: 615-862-8480