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Whether you play hockey casually or for a club at local, regional or national level, TeamBU Hockey welcomes talented male and female players who are keen to progress in their sport.

If you’re successful in your hockey trial, you’ll be taken under the wing of Bournemouth Hockey Club who TeamBU Hockey work in partnership with.

They are based at Chapel Gate – a BU Community Business 65-acre sports facility which is located just outside of Bournemouth – and make use of the two dedicated hockey pitches (one of which is a full size, sand-dressed, floodlit pitch) for all home fixtures.

Meet TeamBU Hockey, our Performance Sport hockey teams

We have four men’s and women’s teams who compete in British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) leagues and competitions.

Key information

Available to

High-performing BU hockey players

Training

Men’s and women’s 1st teams
Day and times: Mondays, 8:30pm-10pm (men’s); 7pm-8:30pm (women’s)
Location: Chapel Gate, Parley, Christchurch BH23 6BL

Men’s and women’s 2nd teams
Day and times: Mondays, 5:30pm-7pm
Location: Chapel Gate

Fixtures

Chapel Gate: Wednesday afternoons

Fees

Annual affiliation fee: £84

If you’re successful in becoming a member of TeamBU Hockey, you’ll be required to affiliate to SportBU. This fee includes: BUCS affiliation fees, personal sports insurance, weekly coaching and TeamBU transport (among others)

See more Performance Sport at BU

Trialists at a starting line before a race

Trials and affiliation

If you think you have what it takes to become a Performance Sport athlete, you will need to try out for Team BU. Find out how to register and when our trials take place

Sports scholarships

Sports scholarships

We believe that your sporting talents deserve to be rewarded. Available for up to £5,000, our Sports scholarships are designed to help you perform at the highest possible level.

Gym weights room

Strength & Conditioning training

Essentially, Strength & Conditioning will help you to be the best version of you, through both strength training and aerobic conditioning (and a variety of other methods too).