Our aim is ‘Hockey for All’, we look to encourage everyone irrespective of age or ability to play and enjoy hockey, BUT we still continue to push at the top level.
We have a spirited bunch of coaches who aim to make it “FUN” whilst ensuring that they deliver quality coaching sessions to our members.
However what we do not want to forget is the fun and social aspects of playing a team sport, so our other aim is to ensure we are THE ’Clubbable Club’, we foster a social environment to ensure we have as much fun off as we do on the pitch.
Haslemere Hockey Club as one of Hampshire’s leading hockey clubs (We were founded in 1946) has grown from strenth to strength and we are now one of the most dynamic clubs in the South of England.
We run 8 mens teams.
Starting from our very competitive mens first team all the way through to our 5ths and of course last but not least are our masters and vets teams.
We have 5 Ladies teams – our firsts were promoted last season and we started our 5ths this year focusing on younger players who were making that step into the ladies games.
From U6s all the way through to the U16s we cover all the age groups. In the last year we have seen our youngsters go from strength to strength winning various trophies.
We are aware that a number of members of the hockey
club are front line in the NHS.
On behalf of everyone at the club we want to thank you
all for your incredible professionalism and courage
and wish you and your family well.
We now have a a new club house manager. Angie, who has been with the club for years has taken over the Pavilion and is revitalising it.
In conjunction with the new website we have upgraded our systems to Teamo which is now our member/team management tool:
We are a vibrant club with a large membership across our Mens, Ladies and Juniors section
Our Lead Coaches are all extremely motivated and qualified/trained to coach the individual.
We focus on being a club, a team, or we call it the “Clubbable Club” in other words whilst we want to win we also recognise the social aspects of a team game are critical.