So Many Ways to Play...
At GHC, we are proud to be part of our local community. We love our sport and our club so much that we want as many people as possible to take advantage of the opportunity to play hockey.
Whether you've played before - a long time ago - and are thinking of getting back into it, you've never touched a stick, or you work at a school that may be interested in getting hockey onto the curriculum or as an after school club, do get in touch...
Mixed Hockey - we run social 7-a-side Mixed hockey in the summer, we enter at least one and sometimes 2 Mixed teams into the England Hockey Championships (National Cup competition), and we have Mixed friendlies and socials during the year. See our Mixed webpage for more information or contact Chas Richardson:
Falcon Flyerz Hockey - Flyerz sessions are fun and inclusive hockey sessions for all disability groups. See our Flyerz page for more information or contact Nicky Dowds:
Back 2 Hockey - If you played a long time ago and would like to ease back into it, B2H is for you. It's also for you if you would like to try hockey but don't wish to commit to a team or league season. Some people move into our league teams; some stick with purely the B2H training sessions, and some dip into games every now and then. Have a look at our B2H webpages and get in touch if you would like to know more:
- Men's Back 2 Hockey - contact Mike Fitter:
- Women's Back 2 Hockey - contact Maggs Kyte:
Schools Outreach - Through Project 2024, we aim to be coaching hockey in 24 schools by 2024. We are well on our way with ten school now, having only started in 2019. See our Schools Outreach webpage for more information or contact James Bennett or Dan Fox:
Young Leaders - That old adage "you learn best when you teach" (Seneca) rings true for hockey, too. At GHC we have more than 40 older Juniors helping coach their younger peers, learning new skills, helping their peers and no doubt improving their own hockey, too. For more information about our Young Leaders programme, see our webpage or contact Dan Fox on