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It’s great to hear of your interest in Lindum Hockey Club. Below are the most commonly asked questions on how to get involved but if you have any others (any at all) that aren’t listed below then please fill out this form to speak to someone who will (hopefully) be able to answer them!

How Do I Get Involved?

The best way to get involved is to join us at a training session. During the hockey season (September – March usually, but contact us to check) we train on this schedule …


Hockey Training Times

MONDAYS
Open Training

  • Junior Pay n’ Play: (£2 per week): 6pm to 7pm
  • Hockey Heroes: 6pm to 7pm
  • Walking Hockey: 7pm to 8pm
  • Back to Hockey: 7pm to 8pm
  • Club Fitness: 7pm to 8pm (open to all members)
  • Specific Team Coaching Training slots available from 7pm
    (to be arranged with pitch manager)

TUESDAYS
Mens’ Training

  • Training for Mens 3s, 4s, 5s and Dev: 6:30pm to 8pm
  • Training for Mens 1s and 2s: 7pm to 9:30pm

WEDNESDAYS
Junior Training

  • Under 15 Girls age group training: 6:30pm to 8pm
  • Under 15 Boys age group training: 6:30pm to 8pm
  • Adult Games Evening: 8pm to 9pm

THURSDAYS
Ladies’ Training

  • Training for Ladies 3s, 4s, 5s and Dev: 6:30pm to 8pm
  • Training for Ladies 1s and 2s: 7pm to 9:30pm

SATURDAYS
Junior Training

  • Reception – Year 3: 9-10am
  • Years 4 – 7: 10-11am

Full Details for 2019 / 2020 Training and Junior Training


Sticks can be borrowed and we recommend the use of shin pads. The club’s insurance policy stipulates that anyone playing on the pitch should wear a mouth guard as well. Hockey is a non-contact sport but, especially during training sessions, hockey balls can be moving at speed all over the pitch and we take player safety very seriously.

 

How Much Does It Cost to Play?

There are two costs to playing at Lindum Hockey Club; membership and match fees.

Membership

  • Senior: £130
  • Student (in full time education and 16 or over): £85
  • Junior (up to and including 15 years old): £85
    • Or £4 per training session
  • Occasional playing member: £45
  • Social / Non-Playing Member: £25

Membership costs can be split into two payments across the season and the club can help on an individual basis if costs prove prohibitive to playing; we don’t want money to get in the way of enjoying hockey!

Membership covers all training sessions, membership of the Lindum Sports Association (which includes reduced gym membership), insurance and affiliation with England Hockey and all of the relevant hockey league bodies.

Match Fees

Match fees for Saturday league hockey are;

  • Adult: £8
  • Student: £6
  • Junior: £6

Summer hockey match fees are often less than league match fees (please note that summer hockey is very popular and you may it find it easier to get into a team by joining the club during the league season first).

 

How Do I register As a Member?

Once you’ve been down to a training session and got to know us, assuming that you’d like to join us full-time and play more hockey at Lindum Hockey Club, you need to register online. Membership can be paid through this portal as well.

Registration is to take place by the end of September for any given season, unless you’re new to the club at a different time of the year, while membership fees are due by the end of October.

 

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Lindum Hockey Club always has hockey playing opportunities regardless of age or ability. Register your (no obligation) interest in Lindum Hockey Club below or read more about getting involved.

Non-playing opportunities also available!

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