A - Conduct of GamesHOT


  1. The provisions of the respective National Federal Anti-Doping Acts in conjunction with the most recent version of the WADA Code are binding on all clubs participating in the Alps Hockey League.

    The respective NADA of each participating country may carry out unannounced doping checks (both IC and OOC) on players participating in a game in accordance with the provisions of the respective National Federal Anti-Doping Act. This applies to all clubs taking part in the AHL Championship.

  2. In cases where such checks are ordered, the club and the team manager are responsible for ensuring that the selected player undergoes the check properly.

  3. Each club is required to name an officer responsible for anti-doping matters within the club by submitting the official Anti-Doping Contact Form to the respective National Federations.

  4. Each club is also required to name a physician responsible for anti-doping matters within the club by submitting the official Anti-Doping Contact Form to the respective National Federations.

  5. All players participating in the Alps Hockey League Championship are required to sign and return an original of the Confirmation of Roster Inclusion (declaration of commitment) to the respective National Federation at the beginning of each season or upon commencing activities in an AHL club.

  6. Each club is required to submit a list of the top 22 players, including their first and last name, current living addresses and telephone numbers, to the respective National Federations by August 15th, 2016, so that this information can be forwarded to NADA. After game day 15 the list has to be updated by the club at latest

  7. All coaches and attendants who work in direct contact with the team and participating in the Alps Hockey League Championship are required to sign and return an original of the Confirmation of Roster Inclusion (declaration of commitment, Penalty Catalogue and Fair Play Code) to the EBEL Office at the beginning of each season or upon commencing activities in an AHL club.

  8. All clubs are to ensure, – on their own initiative, – that the current living and contact addresses are kept up to date from August 15th, 2016 onward by means of the official Anti-Doping Contact Form. This applies to all players on the top 22 roster as well as all registered anti-doping officers.