OKHC Junior Hockey

Summer Camp 2017

Old Kingstonian Hockey Club is running a two day summer holiday hockey camp on 22nd & 23rd August 2017, at Tiffin Girls' School, for U10-U16 players (boys and girls). All levels welcome!

Read more: Summer Camp 2017

Juniors Hockey Coach Wanted

Old Kingstonian HC is looking for a dynamic and inspirational coach to lead the training for our junior players on Sunday mornings starting 10 September 2017.

We aim to equip our players with the skills to play, nurture and respect talent and to keep a balance between being a friendly, inclusive club and being competitive to inspire a lifelong love of the game. We are a family orientated, inclusive club and expect our coaches to fully support this ethos.

The junior coach will be expected to plan and deliver up to three 1½ hrs training sessions and will work closely with the Head of Juniors and the team coordinators. The coach will be supported by parent and junior helpers. Preferably the coach will be able to support the teams on their away fixtures, as we feel this is crucial to support our players in their development. If you feel this would be the right job for you and would like further details, please contact Siobhan Strike at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. This is a paid position and rates depend on qualification and experience.

Vision Statement

OKHC Juniors aims to nurture junior players, ensure they have fun playing hockey, and inspire a lifelong love of the game.

To do this we will:

  • equip juniors with the skills to play;
  • nurture and respect talent;
  • find a balance between being a friendly, inclusive club and being competitive;
  • encourage progression through the age groups; and
  • promote development into the club’s senior squads.

The aim is to continue to make OKHC the friendliest family hockey club in south west London, evidenced by high retention rates and loyalty to the senior club. Hockey-4-life!

Read more about junior organisation and priorities - Vision Statement

Sunday Training and Matches

For all boys and girls U16 and younger, training sessions and matches are on Sundays. All boys and girls U8 - U12 play in tournaments with other clubs on selected dates and U14, U16 girls & boys play in 11-a-side leagues. U16 players are invited to play and train with senior sides as appropriate

Dates for the 2017/18 season are:

2017 2018
September - 10, 17, 24 January - 7, 14, 21, 28
October - 1, 8, 15, 22 February - 4, 25
November - 5, 12, 19, 26 March - 4, 11, 18, 25
December - 3, 10

Venues and times of training sessions are:

Tiffin Girls School KGS Pitch, Summer Road, Thames Ditton
9:00-10:30 U8 Mixed & U10 Boys 9:30-11:00 U10 Girls
10:30-12.00 U12 & U14 Boys 11:00-12:30 U12 Girls
12:00-1:30 U16 Boys & U16 Girls 12:30-2:00 U14 Girls

Read more about age groups organisation - Sunday Training and Matches

Mid-week Training Session

We now offer a Wednesday early evening training session for all boys and girls playing in the U12-U16 age groups. The group will be limited to 30 people on a first-come-first served basis.

The hour and a half sessions starts at 18:00 and is run by two of the Club’s Level 2 qualified coaches. The training session works on fitness and conditioning, core and advanced skills and game play. Groups will be streamed to ensure that all players develop at an appropriate pace. The streaming will be responsive and reviewed by the coaches.

Dates and Times - Mid-week Training Session

Juniors Registration

New Players:

We have a small number of places available in some of our junior age groups for the upcoming season 2017/18. Please contact the membership secretary to enquire about joining the club - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Existing Members:

  For the 2017/18 registration please contact the membership secretary at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and update your membership account on Paysubsonline: https://paysubsonline.com

Subscription Charges 2017/18:

Being reviewed.

Equipment Required

Hockey sticks will be provided until Christmas, but every child should turn up for each training session and all matches with shin pads and a gum shield. If not, under the terms of our insurance, they will not be able to play. Also, all long hair must be tied back and all jewellery (earrings, rings, bracelets) must be removed.

All OKHC playing kit is available at The Pro Shop in Brentford or online at The Pro Shop. Click on hockey, clothing and then club clothing to get to the OKHC page. The tops cost £15 to £18 with the child's name on the back.

The white must be worn for matches, together with black shorts/skort and white socks. Base layers can be worn underneath shirts if needed. U16 should play in adult kit.

Any suitable sports kit can be worn to training sessions. Shin guards and a gumshield are compulsory for all hockey (matches and training sessions).

Parent Helpers

The junior section would not survive without the help of our fantastic parent helpers. We have roles that do and don’t need hockey experience, so if you feel you can help in any of the positions below, please let us know. If you would like to know more about the roles before you commit, please email Siobhan, whose address is on the Contacts Page, and she will provide a brief description of what is involved.

Age Group Coordinator – works with the coach to ensure that the children have fun, communicates with the parents and facilitates the fixtures.

On–pitch helper - Please talk to your Age Group Coordinator of you would like to volunteer as an on-pitch helper.

First Aider - All age-groups need a qualified first-aider. This is especially important when we host matches. If you have first-aid qualifications and are willing to help, please let your Age Group Coordinator or Siobhan know.

Tuck Shop - We need help with the Tuck Shop! Everyone likes a nice warm cup of tea/coffee/hot chocolate on cold winter mornings, but they don’t make themselves. Please let Siobhan know if you would like to volunteer to run the Tuck Shop (a lovely way to meet other parents!).

Codes of Conduct

Please find the following codes of conduct in our Dropbox:

  • OKHC Equality Policy
  • OKHC Club Officials Conduct
  • OKHC Guardians Conduct
  • OKHC Players Conduct
  • OKHC Concussion Guide

Codes of Conduct

This initiative is being supported both by Kingston Borough Council and the London Active Partnership

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