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Deeside Leisure Centre

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Deeside Leisure Centre
Deeside Leisure Centre

Deeside Leisure Centre is a sports centre located in Queensferry, Flintshire. Its facilities include Deeside Ice Rink, an Olympic-sized inline hockey rink; badminton courts and squash courts. The Centre was the venue for the 1974 Wightman Cup match.

The ice rink is the National Centre for Ice Sports in Wales and is home to the ice hockey teams the Deeside Dragons, the Flintshire Phantoms and the Deeside Demons. It was used as a temporary home by the Manchester Phoenix during the 2006–07 EIHL season while the Altrincham Ice Dome was being constructed. The Phoenix moved back to Deeside for the 2015/16 Season after they were kicked out of Altrincham by the rink's owners the Phoenix are hoping to move into a brand new rink in Manchester from the 2016/17 season. There has also been a new indoor skate park and gym added to the leisure centre.


The Leisure Centre is run and controlled by Flintshire County Council which also governs similar leisure centres in towns such as Buckley, Mold and Connah's Quay. It offers an 'actif' membership which offers reduced admission prices over standard admission.

Music Venue

As well as sports and sporting events, Deeside Leisure Centre has also been used as a venue for music events. Yes performed there in 1980; Genesis performed at the Centre in 1982; Iron Maiden performed here in 1980.

Deeside Rainbow Hospital

During the 2020-21 COVID-19 pandemic it was converted to the site of the Deeside Rainbow Hospital,[1] and as a vaccination centre.


  1. ^ "Deeside Rainbow Hospital: Capacity increased as space runs out at Wrexham Maelor". 26 Jan 2021. Retrieved 20 Mar 2021. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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