November nice and warm, will provide a harsh winter
To date, we can not complain about the weather in November yet, so let's hope that the above spell comes true, and that we can all go ice skating outside again.
If it should not go freezing outside soon, do not panic, there are plenty of opportunities for skating. You can go skating on the Ladeuzeplein in Leuven from December 7 to December 25, 2017! (all info via www.ladeuzeonice.be .)
Due to exam stress or bad weather, you can't make it there ? No problem, you can rely on us! We are open every day!
Take a quick look at the Opening hours to find all our public skating sessions!
In December there are a lot of specials on the schedule !
In the week before the Christmas holidays (18-22/12), so after the exams, we are open every day from 09h00 until 16h50. So we do not take a lunch break, so you can skate longer :-)
Ice hockey in Leuven
There are again a lot of hockey matches of the highest level on our calendar!
Friday 22/12 we start the Christmas holiday with an XL version: 19h30 - 22h30: You get free half an hour longer than usual the beats of our DJ duo!
Friday 29/12 we will take the roof of with our first SUPER Disco session. Our DJs will help you to get ready to party for Old Years Eve, and will start at 7:00 PM, and will not stop until 10:30 PM. We also have a special disco guest! Keep an eye on our website for more updates!
The Leuven Chiefs participate in the BeNeLeague : the highest competition in Belgium, together with Dutch top teams!
Also in the Belgian Cup our Chiefs are not doing badly: soon they will start the semifinals of this competition. More information will be coming soon.
Did you know that the ice must be at least 6 centimeters thick in order to be able to skate safely on natural ice? ❄️
You can also find our ice facts on our Facebook page: facebook.com/ijsbaanLeuven
Would you like to come and skate if it is not too busy?
With very young children who have never skated, it can sometimes be better not to skate at the busiest moments.
Here you can find a schematic representation of the busy moments on the ice rink .