Ankle impingement presents with painful and limited range of motion with dorsiflexion or plantar flexion, originating from pathological contact between bone and/or soft-tissue structures. Diagnosis is made primarily through clinical examination with adjunct radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging, with care taken to rule out a plethora of similarly presenting pathologies. Arthroscopic surgical approaches bring satisfactory short, mid, and long-term outcomes, with the current body of evidence dominated by Level-IV studies. Minimally invasive techniques offer improvements in time to return to play and complication rates relative to open approaches. Recent advances in the arthroscopic management of ankle impingement include long-term outcome studies, novel prognostic classification systems, and strategies for concomitant lesion management.