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Welcome to the Steel City Trophy!
Sheffield's International Synchronized Skating Competition
The Steel City Trophy is an international synchronized skating competition, with teams from all over the world in a variety of categories competing at an Olympic sized rink in Sheffield.
Follow the Steel City Trophy on Facebook for real time updates and announcements, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to see videos and live streams.
To find out more about the first Steel City Trophy in 2019, including the results link, videos, photographs, comments and reviews, please visit the Steel City Trophy 2019 page.
To find out more about the Steel City Trophy in 2020, which was one of the last international sporting events held before the COVID-19 pandemic, visit the Steel City Trophy 2020 page.
Keep an eye out on our Steel City Trophy 2024 page for key dates, categories, the official announcement and entry form.
Positioned on the edge of the beautiful countryside of the Peak District National Park and the Pennines, Sheffield is the original "Steel City", with a tradition of steelworks dating back hundreds of years. In the heart of the UK, Sheffield has a rich and diverse culture and its Ice Arena, iceSheffield, is easily accessible for all national and international teams, with great transport links by road, rail and air.
Sheffield has gained the accolade of the greenest city in England, with more trees per person than any other European City. Bordering the Peak District National Park, you can see why.
There are plenty of things to do in Sheffield for visitors, skaters and spectators. Only 5 minutes walk from iceSheffield there is the city's leisure district Valley Centertainment. Here you can find lots of places to eat, go to the cinema or compete with friends and team mates at ten pin bowling or laserquest.
If you want to relax and indulge in some retail therapy, both the City Centre and Sheffield's largest shopping mall Meadowhall are both only 10 minutes away on the Supertram.
How to get here
IceSheffield is located next door to the Fly DSA Sheffield Arena and the English Institute of Sport.
How to get here
iceSheffield is only a few minutes from junction 34 of the M1. Follow the signs to the Arena
The nearest train station is Sheffield Meadowhall, however Sheffield's main station is only a short journey on the Yellow Route Tram to Meadowhall or the First X1 bus.
Close to Sheffield there are 3 major airports. Manchester, Doncaster Sheffield and East Midlands.
Please read the official announcement or Like our Facebook page to see all the details about the Steel City Trophy international synchronized skating competition. You can also get in touch via our Contact form if you require any more information.
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