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Play Hockey with Everyone Active

Whether played on a grass field, hard court surface, astroturf or ice, hockey is a demanding sport that requires explosive bursts of energy. Playing the sport regularly will help you to gain a good level of overall cardiovascular fitness and will develop your lower body strength and improve your reaction times and hand-eye co-ordination.

Sessions available at our centres may include Back to Hockey for those who want to return to the sport, Rush Hockey which is a smaller, faster version of the game aimed at adults and Uni Hoc for indoors play or regular hockey sessions.

Sledge hockey is a form of ice hockey designed for players with physical disabilities that affect their lower bodies. Players sit on double-bladed sledges and use two sticks to pass, handle and shoot the puck, as well as to propel their sledge.

Many of our leisure centres offer indoor and outdoor courts suitable for hockey, and some have partnerships with local teams. To find your nearest court or team, visit our centre finder page.