Juniors Membership

New Players:
We have a small number of places available in some of our junior age groups for the upcoming season. Please contact the membership secretary to enquire about joining the club, or read more about our Juniors Organisation.

Existing Members:
For next season registration please contact the membership secretary and update your membership account on LoveAdmin (previously PSO).

Subscription Charges:
Being reviewed.

Training Sessions

Training for juniors takes place on Sundays, for more details including times and venues, click the button below.


We also offer a Wednesday early evening training session for all boys and girls playing in the U10-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.

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 £20 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).

Useful Information

Parents of new joiners will find more information about the club’s approach to safeguarding and welfare through the link below, including welcome information for parents.

Welfare Statement