One of the first professional clubs in Africa, HC Corsaires Alger are true pioneers and a driving force behind the growth of hockey in Algeria. They have competed in both the African Club Cup and the Arab Club Championship and are becoming a dominant presence in the North African hockey scene, so much so that the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto has the HC Corsaires jersey permanently on display. If that wasn't cool enough, Corsaires take their name from the state-backed pirates that called the region home during the Ottoman Empire in the 1700's.
Jerseys are made from lightweight high-performance polyester. Customize your jersey by adding your name and favorite number, or show your fandom by sporting the name and number of a Corsaires legend! You can leave your preferred customizations (including captain patches) in a payment note, or you can discuss them directly with Friendship Shop representatives at email@example.com. For information about HC Alger Corsaires players, including their numbers, please visit:
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Romford Recorder - Playing for HC Alger Corsaires - https://www.romfordrecorder.co.uk/sport/an-honour-to-play-for-algerians-in-bid-to-raise-3163698
La Gazette Du Fennec - Algeria Joining IIHF - https://lagazettedufennec.com/actualites/omnisports/hockey-glace-lalgerie-nouveau-membre-de-liihf/
The Parisian - Creating the First Algerian Hockey Team - https://www.leparisien.fr/essonne-91/il-veut-creer-la-1e-equipe-nationale-algerienne-de-hockey-sur-glace-16-08-2016-6043585.php
IIHF - New Teams Join IIHF - https://www.iihf.com/en/news/14691/five-new-countries-join-iihf