Underwater Hockey is a co-ed, non-contact water sport played on the bottom of the pool. It involves strategy, skill and fitness in a unique 3-dimensional setting in which teams of six compete to push a weighted puck across the pool bottom. Strategy is very similar to that of hockey but on a 3 dimensional sheet of liquid ice. The Calgary Underwater Hockey Club is the largest youth oriented underwater hockey club in the country, with many of the players representing Canada at the junior and elite levels on the world stage.