Welcome to Redditch Hockey Club.

We are a club with a long proud history and a firm focus on the future. We are trying to expand as a club and are looking for players, coaches and umpires of all ages and standards to help move the hockey club forward in these exciting times. The club boasts excellent facilities with on-site pitch, changing rooms and club house, all recently developed. Redditch Hockey Club also proudly holds the Sport England Clubmark accreditation which is aligned with the England Hockey ClubsFirst award and proves this is an excellent environment for juniors.

We are a very social and friendly club and welcome all new members so if you are interested in joining please feel free to contact the club secretary for more details or just turn up to one of the training sessions.
We look forward to seeing you soon!

LATEST NEWS

Back To Hockey Extended

We are delighted to announce that our £FREE Back to Hockey sessions are going to continue for another 7 weeks! If you know someone who would like to give hockey a try or used to play and would like to make a comeback, please tell them about these fun, sociable and enjoyable sessions

Back To Hockey

There is another ‘Back to Hockey’ session being held tomorrow morning (11th June) at Redditch Hockey Club. Join us from 10-11am if you are looking to give hockey a try for the first time or if you are wanting to return to the sport that you used to enjoy at school, university or a previous club! Sessions are free of charge, fun and sociable!! 

JRPC Selection

We’d like to say a HUGE congratulations to 3 of our junior members who have achieved Midlands JRPC selection! Joe Cardy, Harry Williams and Josh Brown have done us proud! #brightfutures

Summer League: Match report vs Bournville

Redditch entertained bournville in this week’s summer league clash looking to continue on the previous games win against Stourport. The game started with both teams passing the ball around at pace with chances being carved out at both ends which Redditch soon capitalised on with Dean Farmer firing home the opening goal mere minutes after coming on, but this seemed to spurn the away team into life who soon began to take a foothold in the game and were unfortunate not to equalise after their forward deflected the ball past Redditch keeper Ben Bryant but their protests for a goal came to nothing as soon after the score became 2-0 as Pete Dawson fired a reverse stick strike into the corner of the goal to bring the first half to a close.
After a positive team talk, Redditch came out firing looking to kill the game off quickly with opportunity’s being created after good build up play from captain Jacob Beard and Jonny Styzaker in the middle of the park created numerous chances that the Bournville keeper was able to keep out, but the score soon became 3-0 as Beard was able to break through several challenges on his into the box and unselfishly squaring the ball for no less than three Redditch players who saw their shots parried by the keeper only for young Ethan Reeves to emphatically fire the ball into the top left corner of the goal, But with full time quickly approaching there was still time for a forth with Dawson putting the finishing touches to another free flowing move to give Redditch back to back wins ahead of a away trip to Barford Tigers.