Tottenham Hotspur F.C. are currently competing in the 2018 International Champions Cup and are preparing for a tilt with Roma at the SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, California.

Since the players and team representatives have plenty of time to kill in California before Wednesday night’s match, former defender and team ambassador Ledley King stopped by the Honda Center, where he got to learn all about the game of hockey from Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf.

The former Tottenham Hotspur didn’t just get a verbal lesson from Getzlaf, though, as he also suited up in his own custom gear and then took to the ice to get the full hands-on experience.

The former representative of the English national soccer team also got to see what it’s like to shoot on a goalie in full equipment, as he got to shoot on two-time Olympic silver medalist and current Ducks employee Molly Schaus.

In the end, King went home with his first real taste of hockey under his belt and some custom Anaheim Ducks gear, and he made sure to leave Getzlaf and the team a custom Hotspur jersey as well.

(H/T Instagram/anaheimducks)