New Members

New members of all standards and ages, male and female are most welcome. The club is looking for goalkeepers. Our goalkeepers do not pay any club subscription fees if they bring their own kit. Email Enquiries for further details. Alternatively turn up for training and introduce yourself to one of the players who will be happy to tell you all there is to know.

Existing members can help with recruitment by inviting your mates, colleagues, acquaintances (or complete strangers), for the coming season. Please take the opportunity to pin up marketing material (see link below) at your workplace, gym or anywhere you think might catch the eye of new players.

Marketing Material

Club Logos (to create your own material)

Fixtures Live Registration

  New members are able to register with Fixtures Live in order to receive club emails and register for the Surrey Ladies League. To register go directly to the Fixtures Live web site and follow the instructions.

If you are not receiving club emails then please check that emails from Fixtures Live (i.e. from the domain have not ended up in your SPAM box.

Subscriptions & Match Fees

Subscriptions for the 2016/2017 season are set at £220 for full time members (students and those on income support should pay £110). Goalkeepers are exempt from annual subscription if they bring their own kit.

  All subscriptions are now paid using PaySubsOnline. Your captain will arrange for your registration with the treasurer and you will receive notification and reqeust for payment by email.

Match fees for the 2016/2017 season are £5 per player per match and £3 for students and those on income support.

Read more: Subscriptions & Match Fees

Club Shirts

The club strip is a maroon shirt with black sleeves, black shorts/skirts and white socks. Numbering should be in white for the home kit.

Home Kit

The new club shirts are now available in the ProShop and can be bought in store or on line at Pro Shop.

Read more: Club Shirts

Welfare Statement

As a club we take very seriously our responsibilities on the safety and welfare of all players, seniors and junior players alike. We subscribe to the EHA recommendations and ensure all our coaches, captains and key committee members are DBS checked and are trained in the Safeguarding Principles, and regularly undertake the appropriate courses to maintain this status. This duty of care is reflected in our approach not only in managing our training sessions and matches, but in how we communicate with club members and parents, and how we consider our social activities. More details on this best practice approach we adopt can be found at

  England Hockey provide a Code of Ethics & Behaviour for everyone involved in hockey

  England Hockey provide policy and guidance documents for Safeguarding & Protecting Young People

Our juniors section also provide Codes of Conduct specific to our club.

Personal Protection

The use and provision of personal protective equipment is the responsibility of all club members at both junior and senior level. All players of any age should ensure as a minimum they always have shin pads and mouth guards for both training sessions and playing matches. Players may, at their own discretion, also choose additional protective equipment such as face masks or gloves. The use of personal protective equipment reduces the risk of injury and members are encouraged to consider wearing the personal protective equipment they feel appropriate at all times when playing.

Our juniors section also provide guidance on Equipment Required for juniors sessions.

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