Welcome to Haslemere Hockey Club. Hockey players of all abilities and ages are welcome to join and play for one of our Mens (7 teams), Ladies (4 teams) and Junior Hockey teams (u6s through to u18s).

Hockey training starts in early September with Mens' 1s & 2s training on Thursday evnings 8.30pm to 10.00pm, all other Mens' team training including Mens Back to Hockey is on Wednesday evenings 8.00pm to 9.30pm. Ladies' training on Wednesday evenings for 1s & 2s is 7.30 to 9.00pm and 3s is 8.00pm to 9.30pm. Ladies' 4s and Ladies Back to Hockey is on Monday evenings 8.00pm to 9.30pm.   

Our Junior sessions run on Sunday mornings throughout the season with the older age groups having additional training on Friday evenings .

We also provide specialist goalkeeper training for both adults and juniors.

All sessions take place at Woolmer Hill Sports Ground and are conducted by qualified club and external coaches.

If you would like to give Hockey at Haslemere a try then register your interest  and we will contact you. Alternatively Adult Men contact Will at wills9797@hotmail.com and Ladies contact Philly at philippa.bowry@googlemail.com.



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Simon Collyer | 1 week ago

Dust off those sticks, dig out the shin pads from under the bed and come along for a some fun games ( bit like the Big Bash ) of Hockey followed by Chilli and a "few" drinks up at the Club afterwards. Games start at 3pm ( meet 2.30pm ) and if you have any friends that you think might like to play please do bring them along. There are also matches going on before so please do come up and support the sides playing in those.

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The Club House has gone fully electronic

Neil Francis | 2 weeks ago

Not only do you get free WiFi in the clubhouse, from the start of this season the bar will be taking ...

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The Cornish Cup - 2015 Open Championship

Neil Francis | 3 months ago

Congratulations to Mark Hurst who wins the Haslemere Hockey Club - Cornish Cup - This cup is awarded to the player who can play the best hockey on a much longer pitch - in fact 18 pitches, and with a much smaller ball, and in the case of most participants quite a few smaller balls are needed.

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