We offer a wealth of opportunities for you to get involved in Hockey. Whether it’s through playing at the top level or trying it for the first time, there’s a programme for you at Birmingham.
The University of Birmingham Hockey Club is one of the most successful university hockey clubs in the country. The club has twelves teams altogether including six men’s and six women’s teams. All 12 of the club’s teams compete in the British University and Colleges Sport leagues on Wednesdays.
Both men’s and women’s first teams compete in the highest level of competition; BUCS National League. The Club has a number of international players representing the University currently. Notable alumni of the club include Lily Owsley MBE and Sophie Bray MBE, Rio 2016 Olympic Gold Medallists.
Exact times will be confirmed by the club upon registration.
12 teams, 6 men and 6 women that compete in BUCS leagues ranging from Premier National through to Tier 3. The club also compete in multiple cup competitions and weekend leagues both locally and nationally.
The University of Birmingham sport’s performance centre offers specialist sport science and medicine support for developing athletic performance. Our dedicated team of experts work closely with athletes to create an integrated training and support plan which benefits from the University’s leading sport science research. With access to state-of-the-art facilities and expert staff, our performance athletes have access to further support, including strength and conditioning, and sports physiology and nutrition.
University of Birmingham male and female hockey teams have been playing at national league level since the late 1990s, and are one of the original two university teams to have been in the leagues for that long.
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Do you currently play competitively and are interested in competing for/training during your time at the University of Birmingham? Register your interest below and your details will be passed on to our performance coach.