Yorkshire Clubs

Acomb HC

Acomb HC is currently York’s oldest hockey club running 4 full teams (2 Men’s 1 Ladies plus a mixed side) and a veterans touring side. The club also organises weekend summer tournaments away and play summer league for those members that can’t put the hockey stick away during the summer break. We are always happy to welcome any new members of any standard that wish to join our club, please click any of the links at the club website for further information.

Website for Airedale Hockey Club, with new interactive hockey message board.

Barnsley HC

Hockey has been played in Barnsley since 1912, and currently the club has both senior Ladies & Men’s sides playing regularly in the Yorkshire Hockey Leagues with Home Matches played at Darton College, Darton S75 5EF

Find out about the club. Match reports, meet the team, and our home ground.

Ben Rhydding HC

Based in Ben Rhydding near Ilkley.

News and information about BSHC.

Bradford Hockey Club

Established in 1894 and one of the oldest clubs in Yorkshire. A friendly club, with senior mens teams and junior teams starting at U10 through U21 levels – Hockey for everybody!

Bridlington Hockey Club have been in existence for over 100 years. For most of that time the club played at Dukes Park, Bridlington. With the introduction of artificial turf the Ladies section moved to play at Driffield . Since 2009 our playing venue is Bridlington Astro Centre at Bridlington School Sports College, Bessingby Road, Bridlington YO16 7SE. Bridlington Hockey Club is a founder member of Bridlington Sports and Community Club, Moorfield Road, Bridlington and we use our clubhouse for refreshments and for our successful Easter Festival.

Chapeltown HC

Website for Chapeltown HC

City of York HC

City of York Hockey Club welcomes players of all ages and abilities. We are located in Heworth, in the north of York, and play our matches at various pitches throughout the city.

Doncaster Hockey Club

Doncaster Hockey club – Awarded most hospitable club.

Womens and mens National, North and Yorkshire League teams.

Halifax HC

Halifax Hockey Club is the Oldest Hockey Club in Yorkshire, it was founded in 1891.

In September 2007 it moved to a new purpose built facility at Park Lane High School, Siddal. We now have a purpose built Clubhouse, 2 astro turf pitches and a large indoor sports hall for Indoor Hockey.

The club also has a very successful Junior Academy which has provided and continues to provide some of the best talent in the county

Huddersfield Dragons

Formed for the 2009/10 season and beyond through the merger of Huddersfield Hockey Club and Lockwood Park Dragons Hockey Club. The club can now boast seven mens teams, three womens teams, a full compliment of boys and girls junior teams plus veteran and vintage teams.

Kingston-upon-Hull HC

The Kingston Upon Hull Hockey Club was formed through an idea from Hull City Council who required a Hockey Club to be formed to use the new all-weather facility they were building at the Kingston Communications Circle. Hull (Welton) Men\’s Hockey Club and Welton Ladies Hockey were first asked to form the Club in 1999.

Leeds Adel HC

Leeds Adel HC website. Based in North Leeds, one of the larger clubs in the Yorkshire leagues.

Leeds HC

Leeds’s premier hockey club

Lindum HC

Lindum Hockey Club formed over the summer of 2015, merging the previous two hockey clubs in Lincoln of Lincoln Hockey Club and Lincoln Roses Hockey Club.

Northallerton HC

Northallerton Hockey Club, based in Northallerton, runs two adult ladies’ teams, two indoor teams, under 12 and under 14 girls’ team and a junior section for ages 8 to 18. The first team competes in the second division of the Yorkshire League, and the club’s Sunday side plays in the Roseberry Ladies Invitation League, based in Teesside and south Durham. The under 12 and under 14 sides play in the Yorkshire Hockey Youth Development League.

Home games are played at the all-weather pitch at Thirsk School, as there is no full-size astro turf facility in Northallerton. Both indoor sides play at the Southlands Centre in Middlesbrough on a Monday night.

Training takes place on Tuesday nights throughout the season at Hambleton Leisure Centre, Northallerton. New players of any ability are always welcome.

Otliensians HC

Women’s Hockey Club based in Otley.

Rotherham Hockey club; one of the best, most friendliest hockey clubs in the north of England for senior and junior players along with veterans.

Sheffield HC

Sheffield HC play as Sheffield Hallam in League hockey The Men’s 1st Squad play in the EHL North Conference, the Men’s 2s play in North Division 1 and the remaining six teams play in the Yorkshire League.

Sheffield HC’s Women’s 1st squad play in the North League Premier Division and the remaining teams play Yorkshire League hockey
The Club also participates in indoor hockey at all levels, and has a vibrant and successful Junior section playing in national, regional and local competitions at all ages.

Sheffield HC is based at Abbeydale Sports Club in the leafy suburbs of SW Sheffield.

Sheffield University Bankers HC

Find latest fixtures and results, club news and other information and tomfoolery regarding life at SUBHC.

Thirsk HC

The furthest north team in the Yorkshire League. 2 Mens and 2 Ladies sides. Multiple Juniors sides competing.

Wakefield HC

Wakefield Hockey Club now running 6 Mens, 4 Ladies, 2 Mixed teams and junior teams at all levels.

Worksop HC

Worksop Hockey Club was established in the early 1920s and is thought to be the second oldest in the East Midlands. Currently they field 3 sides in the East Midlands Divisions with the season running from September through to April. The club plays its home fixtures on the Valley School astro turf pitch and entertain their opponents after the games in Worksop at the Three Legged Stool on Raymouth Lane.