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The current members of the IIHF. (Red indicates full members, blue indicates associate members and green indicates affiliate members).

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) is the worldwide governing body for ice hockey and in-line hockey. It is based in Zurich, Switzerland, and maintains the international ice hockey rulebook, processes international player transfers, dictates officiating guidelines and is responsible for the management of international ice hockey tournaments. The IIHF was created on May 15, 1908, under the name (in French) Ligue Internationale de Hockey sur Glace (LHG).[1] Belgium, France, Great Britain, Switzerland and Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) were the founding members. The IIHF was comprised entirely of European teams until 1920, when Canada and the United States joined.

Under the IIHF, there are three levels for member organizations. The highest level, and the only one in which members can vote at IIHF Congresses, is IIHF Full Member. These nations have their own independent hockey association, and regularly participate in the various IIHF-sanctioned World Championships. IIHF Associate Members is the second level. These nations either do not have their own independent hockey association, or have one, but have limited participation in the World Championships. Italy is the most active Associate Member, and is the only one that regularly participates in both the men's and women's championships. The third category, IIHF Affiliate Member, is for nations that only participate in the InLine Hockey World Championships.[2]

As of 2009, there are 68 members: 50 full members, 14 associate members and 4 affiliate members. Georgia and Kuwait, which joined on May 8, 2009, are the newest members. In 2009, 46 members participated in the Men's World Championships, and 20 participated in the Women's World Championships.

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Members

IIHF World Ranking information is accurate as of 2009.
In the Teams column
Text in boldface indicates that that team participated in its corresponding event in 2009.
M Men's Ice Hockey World Championships
M-U20 World Under-20 Championships
M-U18 World Under-18 Championships
W World Women Championships
W-U18 World Women's Under-18 Championships
inline InLine Hockey World Championship
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IIHF Full Members

Nation Date joined Organization President Teams Men's
Ranking
Women's
Ranking
Ref.
 Australia 01938-02-11 February 11, 1938 Ice Hockey Australia Don Rurak M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 31 23 [3]
 Austria 01912-03-18 March 18, 1912 Austrian Ice Hockey Association Dieter Kalt M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 16 17 [4]
 Azerbaijan 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Federation of the Republic of Azerbaijan Vagif D. Mussayev M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [5]
 Belarus 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992 Belarus Ice Hockey Federation Vladimir Naumov M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 8 [6]
 Belgium 01908-12-08 December 8, 1908 Royal Belgian Ice Hockey Federation Pascal Nuchelmans M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 33 24 [7]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 02001-05-08 May 8, 2001 Bosnia and Herzegovina Ice Hockey Federation Haris Muhic M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 47 [8]
 Bulgaria 01960-07-25 July 25, 1960 Bulgarian Ice Hockey Federation Stefan Bachvarov M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 35 [9]
 Canada 01920-04-26 April 26, 1920 Hockey Canada Nicholson, BobBob Nicholson M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 2 2 [10]
 China 01963-07-25 July 25, 1963 Chinese Ice Hockey Association Wang Yitao M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 29 7 [11]
 Chinese Taipei 01983-09-01 September 1, 1983 Chinese Taipei Ice Hockey Federation Wen-Jun Pai M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [12]
 Croatia 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992 Croatian Ice Hockey Federation Dr. Nikola Švigir M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 26 25 [13]
 Czech Republic 01908-11-15 November 15, 1908[A] Czech Ice Hockey Association Tomáš Král M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 6 12 [14]
 Denmark 01946-04-27 April 27, 1946 Danmarks Ishockey Union Henrik Bach Nielsen M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 13 19 [15]
 Estonia 01935-02-17 February 17, 1935[B] Estonian Ice Hockey Association Priit Vilba M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 27 32 [16]
 Finland 01928-02-10 February 10, 1928 Finnish Ice Hockey Association Kalervo Kummola M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 4 3 [17]
 France 01908-10-20 October 20, 1908 French Ice Hockey Federation Luc Tardif M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 14 13 [18]
 Germany 01909-09-19 September 19, 1909 German Ice Hockey Federation Uwe Harnos M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 12 10 [19]
 Great Britain 01908-11-19 November 19, 1908 Ice Hockey UK Eamon Convery M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 25 20 [20]
 Hong Kong 01983-04-30 April 30, 1983 Hong Kong Ice Hockey Association Siu Yin Yip M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [21]
 Hungary 01927-01-24 January 24, 1927 Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation Ferenc Studniczky M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 20 26 [22]
 Iceland 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Iceland Vidar Gardarsson M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 37 29 [23]
 India 01989-04-27 April 27, 1989 Ice Hockey Association of India K. L. Kumar M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [23]
 Ireland 01996-09-26 September 26, 1996 Irish Ice Hockey Association Cliff Saunders M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 42 [24]
 Israel 01991-05-01 May 1, 1991 Ice Hockey Federation of Israel Sergei Matin M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 36 [25]
 Japan 01930-01-26 January 26, 1930 Japan Ice Hockey Federation Shoichi Tomita M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 21 9 [26]
 Kazakhstan 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992 Kazakhstan Ice Hockey Federation Askar Mamin M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 18 8 [27]
 Latvia 01931-02-22 February 22, 1931[B] Latvian Ice Hockey Federation Kirovs Lipmans M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 10 14 [28]
 Lithuania 01938-02-19 February 19, 1938[B] Lithuanian Ice Hockey Federation Rolandas Bucys M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 23 [29]
 Luxembourg 01912-03-23 March 23, 1912 Luxembourg Ice Hockey Federation Rene Ludovicy M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 44 [30]
 Mexico 01985-04-30 April 30, 1985 Federacion Deportiva de Mexico de Hockey sobre Hielo Alfonso Gomez Haro M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 38 [31]
 Mongolia 01999-05-15 May 15, 1999 Mongolian Ice Hockey Federation Sumiya Ganjargal M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 45 [32]
 Netherlands 01935-01-20 January 20, 1935 Ice Hockey Association of The Netherlands Joop Vullers M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 24 21 [33]
 New Zealand 01977-05-02 May 2, 1977 New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation Grant Hay M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 39 28 [34]
 North Korea 01963-08-08 August 8, 1963 Ice Hockey Association of the DPR Korea Pak Song Nam M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 44 18 [35]
 Norway 01935-01-20 January 20, 1935 Norwegian Ice Hockey Federation Ole-Jacob Libaek M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 11 11 [36]
 Poland 01926-01-11 January 11, 1926 Polish Ice Hockey Federation Zdzislaw Ingielewicz M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 22 [37]
 Romania 01924-01-24 January 24, 1924 Romanian Ice Hockey Federation Barna Tanczos M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 28 30 [38]
 Russia 01952-01-01 January 1, 1952[C] Ice Hockey Federation of Russia Tretiak, VladislavVladislav Tretiak M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 1 6 [39]
 Serbia 01939-01-01 January 1, 1939[D] Serbian Ice Hockey Association Nastas Andric M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 32 [40]
 Slovakia 01993-02-02 February 2, 1993 Slovak Ice Hockey Federation Juraj Siroky M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 9 15 [41]
 Slovenia 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Federation of Slovenia Ernest Aljancic, Jr. M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 17 22 [42]
 South Africa 01937-02-25 February 25, 1937 South African Ice Hockey Association Shane Marsh M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 40 31 [43]
 South Korea 01960-07-25 July 25, 1960 Korea Ice Hockey Association Kap Chul Park M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 31 27 [44]
 Spain 01923-03-10 March 10, 1923 Federacion Espanola Deportes De Hielo Maria Teresa Samaranch M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 34 [45]
 Sweden 01912-03-23 March 23, 1912 Swedish Ice Hockey Association Christer Englund M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 3 4 [46]
 Switzerland 01908-11-23 November 23, 1908 Swiss Ice Hockey Association Fredy Egli M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 7 5 [47]
 Thailand 01989-04-27 April 27, 1989 Ice Hockey Association of Thailand Phisan Xupravatti M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [48]
 Turkey 01991-05-01 May 1, 1991 Turkish Ice Hockey Federation Akin Kilavuz M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 41 33 [49]
 Ukraine 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992 Ice Hockey Federation of Ukraine Anatoliy Brezvin M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 19 [50]
 United States 01920 1920 USA Hockey DeGregorio, RonRon DeGregorio M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 5 1 [51]

^ A. The IIHF recognizes Bohemia, which joined in 1908, and Czechoslovakia as the predecessors to the Czech Republic, which officially became a member in 1993.[14]
^ B. In 1940, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were annexed by the Soviet Union. The three nations re-joined the IIHF on May 1, 1991.[52]
^ C. The IIHF recognizes the Soviet Union, which joined in 1952, as the predecessor to Russia, which officially became a member in 1992.[39]
^ D. The IIHF recognizes Yugoslavia, which joined in 1939, as the predecessor to Serbia, which officially became a member in 2007.[40]

IIHF Associate Members

Nation Date joined Organization President Teams Men's
Ranking
Women's
Ranking
Ref.
 Andorra 01995-05-04 May 4, 1995 Andorran Federation of Ice Sports Francesc Mora Sagues M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [53]
 Armenia 01999-09-22 September 22, 1999 Ice Hockey Federation of Armenia Karen Khachatryan M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 48 [54]
 Georgia 02009-05-08 May 8, 2009 Georgian Ice Hockey Federation Denis Davidov M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [55]
 Greece 01987-04-29 April 29, 1987 Hellenic Ice Sports Federation C. Chatziathanassiou M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 46 [56]
 Italy 01924-01-24 January 24, 1924 Federation of Italian Ice Sports Giancarlo Bolognini M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline 15 16 [57]
 Kuwait 02009-05-08 May 8, 2009 Kuwait Ice Hockey Association Fahad Hamad Al Ajmi M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [58]
 Liechtenstein 02001-10-04 October 4, 2001 Liechtenstein Ice Hockey Federation Michael Zanghellini M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [59]
 Macau 02005-05-12 May 12, 2005 Macau Ice Sports Federation Lai King Hung M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [60]
 Macedonia 02001-10-04 October 4, 2001 Macedonian Ice Hockey Federation Nikola Tasev M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [61]
 Malaysia 02006-09-28 September 28, 2006 Malaysia Ice Hockey Association Dato Lee Hwa Beng M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [62]
 Moldova 02008-05-21 May 21, 2008 National Ice Hockey Federation of Moldova Andrei Gargalic M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [63]
 Portugal 01999-05-13 May 13, 1999 Federation of Portuguese Ice Sports José Pinheiro de Almeida M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [64]
 Singapore 01996-05-02 May 2, 1996 Skating Federation of Singapore James Kodrowski M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [65]
 United Arab Emirates 02001-05-10 May 10, 2001 UAE Ice Hockey Association Ahmed Mubarak Al Mazrouei M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [66]

IIHF Affiliate Members

Nation Date joined Organization President Teams Ref.
 Argentina 01998-05-31 May 31, 1998 Argentine Association of Ice and In-Line Hockey Daniel Schiller Solti M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [67]
 Brazil 01984-06-26 June 26, 1984 Brazilian Ice Sports Federation Arioldo Boscolo M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [68]
 Chile 2000 National Association of Hockey on Ice and Inline Nicolas Gomez Bermeosolo M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [69]
 Namibia 01998-05-31 May 31, 1998 Namibia Ice and InLine Hockey Association Holger Mentzel M · M-U20 · M-U18 · W · W-U18 · inline [70]

Former IIHF Members

Nation Date joined IIHF Date left IIHF Reason
 Bohemia 01908-11-15 November 15, 1908[71] 1920[72] Membership rights transferred to the newly established Czechoslovakia
 Czechoslovakia 1920[72] 01992-12-31 December 31, 1992[73] Membership rights transferred to the Czech Republic
 East Germany 1956[74] 1990 Reunification of East and West Germany
 West Germany 1956[74] 1990 Reunification of East and West Germany, membership transferred to Germany
 Soviet Union 01952-01-01 January 1, 1952[39] 01992-05-06 May 6, 1992[52] Membership rights transferred to Russia
 Yugoslavia 01939-01-01 January 1, 1939[40] 01992-12-31 December 31, 1992[73] Membership rights transferred to Serbia after split of Yugoslavia

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