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People are the most important part of a club, forming the necessary infrastructure for its existence and contributing greatly to the total experience. This section provides information specific to your role in club hockey, whether you are a player, parent, teacher, coach or official. The five sections are accessible by clicking on the relevant link below. There are a variety of resources and publications available for your use;

 

Players

Hockey is a game for everyone and being a player means that you form the basis of a hockey club. Being a member of a hockey club not only gives you place to play hockey, but also makes you a part of the hockey community which gives you the opportunity to make new friends, socialise and to be involved as a volunteer.

  •     Club Search - Locate your closest club/association and register
  •     Play the Whistle - Hockey Australia initiative to encourage competing hockey teams, team officials and spectator groups to play in the true spirit of the game

 

Parents

Parents are an important part of club hockey, contributing greatly to the overall club environment. As a parent/ guardian you can make a positive impact on the quality of the hockey experience for junior participants by taking an active role within the club and as a positive role model.

  •    Play the Whistle - Hockey Australia initiative to encourage competing hockey teams, team officials and spectator groups to play in the true spirit of the game

 

Teachers

Teachers are a crucial part of the hockey pathway as they introduce the sport to many children who have never played or experienced hockey before. If you would like to play hockey in your school follow the Hookin2Hockey link below to find out about our national schools program.


  • Hookin2Hockey program - Hockey Australia's junior participation program. The first stage is School Stage: An entry level program conducted in schools aimed at 5-10 year olds.