Under 18 and want to play hockey?
Sunday mornings from September to April, 10.00am – 11.30am
Please contact email@example.com for details of anything to do with youth hockey.
We hold weekly training every Sunday morning at Mile End Stadium. These are for children and teenagers of all abilities, whether they have never picked up a hockey stick or they have played for school / another club. We also enter teams of various ages into tournaments and leagues throughout the season. In the last year we played several strongly contested matches against our friends at FREFlyers and played an U16 game against Ross on Wye with Waltham Forest HC. Many of our young people have played in the U14 Mercian leagues.
It takes place at Mile End Stadium on the 11 a side astro turf pitch:
190 Burdett Road,
Training sessions run every Sunday until December and then after a break for Christmas runs until early April. Sessions for age 8-11-year-olds are from 10-11am, and sessions for age 11+ from 11am-12pm. Please arrive 15 minutes early to register and warm up. A parent or guardian must accompany the child/children on their first session to register them into the sessions.
£3 per session or
First child £27pp for all sessions (2 lessons free)
Second child £24pp (3 lessons free)
Third and fouth child etc £21pp (4 lessons free)
Reduced fees available for kids on Pupil Premium, please contact us for details.
We think it's vital that children and young people get involved in an Olympic Sport that was hotly contested right here in London 2012. Hockey is a great game, and if you've never played it, you should certainly give it a shot. Youth training is available for both girls and boys up to the age of 18, with our youngest player being 5 years old and enjoying it immensely. It's a great way to have fun, get fit, make friends, and learn to work as a team.
For those old and mature enough, you might even be able to turn out for one of our adult sides on Saturdays.
We are very keen to hear of any interest from any young players, even if you've never picked up a stick before! If you fancy giving hockey a shot, get in touch with our Youth Development Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll let you know any details.
We are also keen to hear any ideas/suggestions/views from those in and around Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham - please do get in touch!
Children and young people have the right to play hockey in a safe environment and to be treated properly.
If you, your child or anyone else's child has been the victim of bullying, humiliation or any other abuse, please report it to the Club's Welfare Officer, by email email@example.com or by going to our Contact Us page.