We are holding two Coaching Courses in October – a FUNdamentals Course and a Learn 2 Train Course. Both Courses will be held in the evenings of October 17th, 20th, 24th, 27th. Register by October 13th.
Field Hockey BC is excited to offer the opportunity for coaches to apply for the part-time position of Regional Head Coach – Male Athlete Program – Mainland – Deadline for applications is October 1, 2017Continue reading
As the 2017-18 Season is right around the corner, we wanted to offer a reminder that the KidSport BC Grant Program is available to provide financial assistance to those in need. Eligible families can use this money to cover FHBC Membership Fees, as well as Club Registration Fees. Continue reading
The SFU Women’s Field Hockey Team is looking for a new Head Coach for the 2017/18 season. The team is based out of Burnaby Lake Sports Complex and this is a paid position. Email your resume to email@example.com.
Field Hockey Canada is currently hiring for two positions: Communications Manager, and Men’s National Team Head Coach. Applications for the Communications Manager position are due August 25th, while applications for Men’s Head Coach are due September 1st. Continue reading
The 2017 National Championship Festival has officially come and gone! Congratulations to all the athletes, coaches, managers and team staff. It was an exciting 8 days of Field Hockey and we were thrilled to see such competitive action in all divisions. Continue reading
Membership registration for the 2017-18 Season is now open. Reminder that everyone involved in field hockey in BC should have an active membership. The membership period is from Sept 1st to Aug 31st of a given year. Go to ‘Become a Member‘ to register.
The 2017 T2T Festival is being held at Tamanawis Fields in Surrey from May 5th-7th. Over 180 of our best Under 15 Girls & Boys athletes will be playing in the festival to demonstrate their skills and game knowledge that they have been practicing throughout the Regional Program. Continue reading
Field Hockey BC will host the first National Championship Festival involving both male and female divisions at U15, U18, and U23. The Championships will take place in the City of Surrey and utilize the first class water-based field hockey facilities at Tamanawis Park.Continue reading