Play Hockey in Lincoln
As a hockey club, we pride ourselves on providing hockey to all abilities and age ranges. We love the sport and want to make it as accessible for as many people as possible; new or old, any age and gender. The club was formed with inclusitivity in mind. So whether you’re a seasoned professional or a newbie to the sport, Lindum Hockey Club has a space for you.
League Hockey (Seniors)
We field most of our senior teams in the Yorkshire Hockey League, playing home and away games on Saturdays during the hockey season (September to March / April). These teams are split between Ladies and Mens hockey.
We also enter several Cup Competitions throughout the course of the hockey season for Ladies, Mens and Mixed teams.
We also field teams in more relaxed summer hockey leagues over the summer. Find out more.
Over 35 males and over 40 females enter Yorkshire and National Competitions. Find out more.
Our junior hockey programme caters for players from the ages of 5-16 inclusive.
Junior Hockey Training for…
- 5-12 years olds takes place on Saturday mornings, 8:45am-10:30am
- 13 – 16 year olds takes place alongside Senior Training on Tuesdays (males) and Thursdays (females)
Junior Development Centres
The next stage of Development for Juniors that are at JDC level (Junior Development Centres). These are run by Lincolnshire County Hockey Association and are by nomination only.
Badgers (Boys) & Vixens (Girls)
Yorkshire Hockey and Hurricane Sports Foundation both hold Development Leagues for specially populated development teams as an introduction to adult hockey in a safe environment.
Back to Hockey
Six week programmes run every two months –run in conjunction with senior training – aimed at male and female new / returning to the game in a non-physically demanding environment. Find out more.
A quicker, simpler format of the game of hockey. Find out more.
Give it a Go
As well as fielding senior and junior hockey teams in organised leagues, we offer the following ways to get into playing hockey.
Pay and Play
As the title implies, Pay and Play hockey gives the opportunity to simply arrive and join in. There is no commitment;
- These sessions will run weekly
- The sessions are for all abilities and perfect for those who haven’t played in a while
- There’s absolutely no commitment; participants can come every week, every month and fit the sessions around their lifestyles
- No need to book a place just turn up and play.
- Sticks available for those wanting to give the sport a go
- Shin pads and trainers must be worn and we suggest that all hockey players wear a gum shield
Family Fun Hour
Family hour provides an affordable way for all of the family to keep active all together whilst having fun! Hockey is a fun way for parents and children to play together in a safe, toned down atmosphere and environment! There is no need to book; simply turn up and play.
Sessions will ensure all the basic hockey skills and techniques are learnt whilst also taking part in England Hockey initiatives such as Quicksticks, In2Hockey (IN2) and Rush Hockey.
A fitter, healthier child will perform better in school, be less susceptible to illness and be generally more able to enjoy their childhood.
There is no better time to get you and your child active than in a family friendly sports club. As parents it is also important for you to stay physically fit this will keep you healthy and also set a good example to your children.
Find out more.
|Novice / Beginner||Junior Training
Junior Festival Matches
|Give it a Go
Back to Hockey
|Played hockey in the past but not much||Club Training
Badgers & Vixens
Back to Hockey
Under 14s, Under 16, Under 18s National
|1st / 2nd Team Squads|
If you’d like to know more and put in a non-committing enquiry then please fill in the form below.
Find Out More
If you’d like to know more then quickly fill in the form below and we’ll be in touch to discuss your interest. We won’t pressure you, you’re not obliged to come and join us but you might just find that you’d like to play for Lindum Hockey Club!
Lindum Hockey Club regrets that, as an amateur sports club, we don’t have the facilities to provide accomodation, payment, overseas visas or employed work.