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British Ice Hockey Super League - BISL
- League status: Not active
- English name: British Ice Hockey Superleague
- Administered by: Ice Hockey Superleague Ltd
- Year of start: 1996
- WWW: www.iceweb.co.uk
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The British Ice Hockey Superleague (BISL, also known as the Sekonda Ice Hockey Superleague from 1998-99 for sponsorship reasons) was a professional ice hockey league in the United Kingdom between 1996 and 2003. Devised in 1995, it replaced the premier division of the British Hockey League at the end of 1995-1996 season; following the major reshuffle of the league and the split between the first and second tier divisions; with the British National League becoming the new second tier division. It was disbanded after the 2002-2003 season and replaced by the Elite Ice Hockey League. Unlike its North American counterparts, the Superleague was not divided into conferences; teams competed in a single division.