Hockey + Awareness

Join us in raising awareness for Breast and Prostate Cancer while enjoying a fun-filled hockey event. Our tournament aims to bring together hockey enthusiasts and supporters of cancer awareness for an unforgettable day of sportsmanship and community engagement.

About Nyota 5s

The Nyota 5-aside Hockey Tournament is an annual event dedicated to promoting Breast and Prostate Cancer awareness. The tournament features teams from various backgrounds, including local clubs, universities, and organizations. It provides an opportunity for players of all skill levels to participate in a friendly yet competitive environment while contributing to a noble cause.

2 Days of Fun!!!


The Nyota Hockey 5s is not your average hockey event. It’s a tournament with a mission – to raise awareness for Breast and Prostate Cancer. We believe in the power of sports to bring people together and make a positive impact on society. Join us as we lace up our skates and hit the ice for a cause!

Awareness Talks

Breast and Prostate Cancer affect millions of individuals and their families worldwide. By participating in the Nyota Hockey 5s, you become part of a movement that aims to increase awareness and support those affected by these diseases.


Unforgettable Experience

Prepare to be captivated by the excitement and camaraderie that fills the air at the Nyota Hockey 5s. Whether you’re a player or a spectator, you’ll be immersed in an atmosphere of intense competition, food & drinks, music and heartfelt support for cancer awareness.

How to Participate

Joining the Nyota Hockey 5s Tournament is easy! Get involved!!!

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