On Tuesday April 5 and 12, Capitol Broomball is hosting pick-up games. First-time players play for free!

Broomball is similar to ice hockey, but in special shoes, balls and “brooms” instead of skates, pucks and sticks.

Capitol Broomball provides sticks, shoes, and helmets are available for new players to borrow. Most regulars own their own equipment, especially helmets.

Returning players are $20 a game.

Capitol Broomball is a co-ed league that plays at Tucker Road Ice Rink in Prince George’s County, Md. It’s just a few minutes from the Capital Beltway and Wilson Bridge.

Spring 2022 season

Registration for the 2022 Capitol Broomball spring season is now open. Like this past season, the league is fielding four teams. Games play on Tuesday nights at Tucker Road, 9:00 p.m. and 9:50 p.m.


  • Schedule: Tuesday, April 19 – Tuesday, June 7
  • Cost: $120
  • COVID-19 precautions: Masks are now optional, subject to change. Keep up to date with vaccination – it’s the right thing to do.

Why broomball is fun

If you’ve ever wanted to play hockey, but never had the opportunity, broomball is a good substitute. Similar rules and game play, but much more accessible than ice hockey. If you can run, you can play – no skates needed.

Capitol Broomball is a competitive, yet collegial league. Lots of coaching, lots of encouragement. Teams are reshuffled for every season, so you get to meet lots of people. Currently, our age range is from early 20s to late 50s, so don’t feel like your time may have passed. The sprinting gets you in better shape by the third game.

If I can be a goal a game player, think about about how well you can play.


Tucker Road Ice Rink, reopened in 2021, is located just minutes from the Capital Beltway (I-95/495) and the Wilson Bridge. Parking is plentiful.

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