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 >Breaking News from the Arena

  • Championship Sled Hockey Sunday! - The 17th Annual New England Invitational Sled Hockey Tournament will conclude today with bumps, bruises, and pride!  The three days at Amelia Park Arena has brought a great sense of community spirit to Western Mass.  Whether it be the kids rolling around therink with the biggest grins, the bodies being checked and flying around the […]
  • Sled Hockey is coming to Western MA this weekend! - Amelia Park Ice Arena is proud to host the 17th Annual New England Invitational Sled Hockey Tournament April 17-19.  Come on out and cheer on Sixteen teams of physically challenged athletes from across the United States and Canada compete in 4 different divisions for the Amelia’s Cup Championship Trophy.  Games run from 8am-10pm on Friday […]
  • Adult Spring Hockey, Anyone? - Amelia Park Arena is looking to keep Adult Hockey Players active this spring!  We are happy to offer 4 v 4 Adult Hockey League on Tuesdays, starting April 6th for C + D players.  In addition for spring/summer, we will be offering a Wednesday morning Stick Time (1.5 hours), an 18+ league (Monday night), Mixed League (B-D Level […]
  • We want to be Hockeyville, USA! - AMELIA PARK ARENA wants to be HOCKEYVILLE, USA but we need YOUR help to do it!  Kraft, NHL, and NHLPA  are looking for America’s most passionate hockey community.  The winning community will walk away with the title of Kraft Hockeyville, host a 2015-16 NHL Pre-Season Game in their community, live broadcast from NBCSN, and so much […]

Amelia Park  is an ice arena/sports complex and memorial garden, financed by the late Westfield philanthropist Albert F. Ferst (1919-2011), in memory of his wife Amelia.

The main building is a 47,000 square foot facility which includes a NHL sized ice rink with seating for 600, party rooms, a skate rental and sharpening area, limited pro-shop, four locker rooms and a food concession area. A 65′ x 170′ outside inline skating rink is located next to the main building and near Amelia’s Garden, a 1.3 acre memorial park.