The English Premier Ice Hockey League Playoff weekend is the biggest event of the season as thousands of fans descend on the Coventry Skydome for an action-packed ride of emotions.

As the season of English Premier Ice Hockey League action draws to a close, focus turns away from the race for the league title to the battle for play-off supremacy.

With a return to the extended group stage format, each team face the challenge of needing to be successful across six games to book their place at the Finals weekend in Coventry on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th of April.

The Guildford Flames will be out to defend their Play Off title, but the regular season leading Telford Tigers will also hope to have their say in what should be yet another fascinating weekend of action.

Supporters across the country will be able to purchase tickets for this spectacular event from Tuesday 14th February 2017 – as tickets will go on sale on a team-by-team basis for both your block seating and standing positions via the internet and box office (if people want to stand please book standing and not a seat).

Tickets for the four games across the weekend (Two semi-finals, the final and the U20’s final) will be priced as followed:

Adults – £55

Children – £35

Disabled – £45

At the moment, there are no plans for day tickets to be released so this offers the best chance for supporters to guarantee their seats for the biggest weekend of the season.

The schedule for the teams going on sale is as follows:

Tuesday 14th February Hull – 10am

Telford – 2pm

Wednesday 15th February Manchester – 10am

Sheffield – 2pm

Thursday 16th February Milton Keynes – 10am

Bracknell – 2pm

Friday 17th February Guildford – 10am

Swindon – 2pm

Monday 20th February Basingstoke – 10am

Peterborough – 2pm

For telephone bookings please call 02476 630693 and for website bookings please click on

Peterborough have been allocated Block 13 & 14, this is the same area we have been located in previous years. Please see the seating plan below.

Our neighbouring teams are Guildford Flames in 12 and Sheffield Steeldogs in 15.