Register for the U15 Southeast Girls Regional Trial

Registration is now open for Regional Trials for the U15 Southeast Girls (Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, New Westminster, Richmond, Surrey, etc.).

To register, go to www.fieldhockeybc.ca/fhbc/regionals.php.
Deadline for registering is October 30, at noon.

Who is this for and what do I need to know?

  • Female U15 (2005-2007) athletes who live or attend school in the Southeast Region (South, East, and Southeast of Vancouver) *younger athletes may be considered
  • $10 (non-refundable) paid online
  • Deadline to register is 12pm on Wednesday, October 30. No exceptions!
  • Skills assessment takes place Sunday, November 3 at Eric Hamber, Vancouver @6pm-7:30pm
  • Fitness testing and education takes place on Saturday, November 9 at the Richmond Olympic Oval @ 8am-12pm. This event is part of athletes’ evaluation and is mandatory for selection into the program
  • Selections will be made by Wednesday, November 13th; Training begins the following weekend (see Training Schedule)
  • See the Program Overview for more details on the 2019-20 U15 Southeast Girls Regional Program

Fitness & Selection

Fitness (yo-yo test), skills, and more will be assessed at the trial. If you have never done a Yo-Yo test before, don’t worry! Our coaches are there to explain and demonstrate a Yo-Yo test to everyone.
What is the Yo-Yo Test? Read the Fitness Protocol
What score do I need to achieve? Read the Fitness Policy
For additional information regarding evaluations and selections: Read the Selection Process

Everything you need to know about trials, selections, and training can be found here

Questions? Contact the Athlete Program Manager.

Olympic Qualifier: tickets for sale and Donation Challenge to support our national teams

Tickets are now for sale to watch our Men’s National Team play against Ireland for a spot in the 2020 Summer Olympics, in Tokyo. The FIH Olympic Qualifier will happen in West Vancouver, BC,  on the Rutledge Field at Ambleside Park, on October 26 and 27. Whoever wins this two-game aggregate series will guarantee a spot in Tokyo 2020. Come and support Canada!

Click here to purchase tickets. Visit Field Hockey Canada’s website to read the full story.

National Donation Challenge

With one month to go for both our men’s and women’s qualifiers – the ladies will also play against Ireland, in Dublin, on November 2 and 3 –  it is important that the whole Canadian Field Hockey community, from coast to coast, engage in this journey. Therefore, Field Hockey Canada is launching a National Donation Challenge to support our teams to pursue their Olympic dream. You can donate at https://fhc.sportlomo.com. The portal also accepts donations to all FHC programming. Click here for more information.

 

FHBC’s new office location

Field Hockey BC’s office has moved to Surrey. Our new address is Suite 101, 7455 132nd Street, Surrey, BC, V3W 1J8. All of our telephone contacts remain the same, but there may be a slight disruption to our communication channels during this transitional period. Therefore, please give preference to email contact for urgent matters until October 1st.

Register for the Vancouver Island Regional Trials

Registration is now open for Regional Trials for the U18 and U15 Island Athletes.

To register, go to www.fieldhockeybc.ca/fhbc/regionals.php.
Deadline for registering is October 2, at noon.

Who is this for and what do I need to know?

  • U18 (2002-2004) and U15 (2005-2007) athletes who live or attend school on Vancouver Island
  • $20 (non-refundable) paid online
  • Deadline to register is 12pm on Wednesday, October 2. No exceptions!
  • Trials will take place October 4 at the UVic field hockey pitch, @6pm, and October 6 at the Cowichan Sportsplex in Duncan, @10am, depending on your age group (check the Programs Overviews below)
  • Program Overview for U18 Boys
  • Program Overview for U18 Girls
  • Program Overview for U15 Boys
  • Program Overview for U15 Girls

Fitness & Selection

Fitness (yo-yo test), skills, and more will be assessed at the trial. If you have never done a Yo-Yo test before, don’t worry! Our coaches are there to explain and demonstrate a Yo-Yo test to everyone.

What is the Yo-Yo Test? Read the Fitness Protocol
What score do I need to achieve? Read the Fitness Policy
For additional information regarding evaluations and selections: Read the Selection Process

Everything you need to know about trials, selections, and training regarding the under the “Players” tab.

Canada’s national teams will play Ireland for a spot in Tokyo 2020; men will play in BC

FIH Olympic Qualifier Draw occurred this Monday, September 9, and set a matchup between Canada and Ireland for both women’s and men’s national team. These encounters will decide who qualifies for next year’s Summer Olympics; whoever wins the two-game series will book their ticket to Tokyo 2020.

Ranked top-10 in the world, Canada men’s national team will have the advantage of playing the series at home. FHBC is excited to be a part of the FIH Olympic Qualifier and assist hosting this amazing event. The men’s series will happen on October 26 and 27,  in the Lower Mainland (location yet to be confirmed). The women will play in Dublin, Ireland, on November 2 and 3.

Since earning silver medals at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, both Canadian teams have been preparing for this decisive moment. The women secured their spot in the Olympic Qualifier after finishing second in this year’s FIH Hockey Series in Valencia in June, while the men got it by winning the Hockey Series Finals in Kuala Lumpur, in April.

To read the full story, go to Field Hockey Canada’s website.

Register for the U18 Northwest Girls Regional Trial

Registration is now open for Regional Trials for the U18 Northwest Girls (Vancouver and North Shore).

To register, go to www.fieldhockeybc.ca/fhbc/regionals.php.
Deadline for registering is September 18, at noon.

Who is this for and what do I need to know?

  • Female U18 (2002-2004) athletes who live or attend school in the Northwest Region (Vancouver and North Shore)
  • $10 (non-refundable) paid online
  • Deadline to register is 12pm on Wednesday, September 18. No exceptions!
  • Trial takes place Sunday, September 22 at Eric Hamber, Vancouver @6:30pm
  • Training begins October 18-20
  • Levy for this program is $830
  • See the Program Overview

Fitness & Selection

Fitness (yo-yo test), skills, and more will be assessed at the trial. If you have never done a Yo-Yo test before, don’t worry! Our coaches are there to explain and demonstrate a Yo-Yo test to everyone.

What is the Yo-Yo Test? Read the Fitness Protocol
What score do I need to achieve? Read the Fitness Policy
For additional information regarding evaluations and selections: Read the Selection Process

Everything you need to know about trials, selections, and training regarding the Girls Train 2 Compete (U18) Programs can be found here.

Register for the U18 Southeast Girls Regional Trial

Registration is now open for Regional Trials for the U18 Southeast Girls (Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, New Westminster, Richmond, Surrey, etc.).

To register, go to www.fieldhockeybc.ca/fhbc/regionals.php.
Deadline for registering is September 11, at noon.

Who is this for and what do I need to know?

  • Female U18 (2002-2004) athletes who live or attend school in the Southeast Region (South, East, and Southeast of Vancouver)
  • $10 (non-refundable) paid online
  • Deadline to register is 12pm on Wednesday, September 11. No exceptions!
  • Trial takes place Sunday, September 15 at Eric Hamber, Vancouver @5pm
  • Training begins October 18-20
  • Levy for this program is $830
  • See the Program Overview

Fitness & Selection

Fitness (yo-yo test), skills, and more will be assessed at the trial. If you have never done a Yo-Yo test before, don’t worry! Our coaches are there to explain and demonstrate a Yo-Yo test to everyone.

What is the Yo-Yo Test? Read the Fitness Protocol
What score do I need to achieve? Read the Fitness Policy
For additional information regarding evaluations and selections: Read the Selection Process

Everything you need to know about trials, selections, and training regarding the Girls Train 2 Compete (U18) Programs can be found here.

Register for the U18 Mainland Boys Regional Trial

Registration is now open for Regional Trials for the U18 Lower Mainland Boys (Vancouver/North Shore and all regions south and south-east of Vancouver).

To register, go to www.fieldhockeybc.ca/fhbc/regionals.php.
Deadline for registering is September 11, at noon.

Who is this for and what do I need to know?

  • Male U18 (2002-2004) athletes who live or attend school on the Lower Mainland
  • $10 (non-refundable) paid online
  • Deadline to register is 12pm on Wednesday, September 11. No exceptions!
  • Trial takes place Sunday, September 15 at Eric Hamber, Vancouver @7pm
  • Training begins October 18-20
  • Levy for this program is $840
  • See the Program Overview

Fitness & Selection

Fitness (yo-yo test), skills, and more will be assessed at the trial. If you have never done a Yo-Yo test before, don’t worry! Our coaches are there to explain and demonstrate a Yo-Yo test to everyone.

What is the Yo-Yo Test? Read the Fitness Protocol
What score do I need to achieve? Read the Fitness Policy
For additional information regarding evaluations and selections: Read the Selection Process

Everything you need to know about trials, selections, and training regarding the Boys Train 2 Compete (U18) Programs can be found here.

FHBC is looking for certified coaches for our male and female High-Performance Regional Programs

Field Hockey BC is now seeking expressions of interest for Certified Coaches to be involved in all Coaching areas within its upcoming High-Performance Regional Programs.

Seeking Head and Assistant Coaches for the following High-Performance Programs:

  • U15 Female          (30 Hours of training)
  • U15 Male             (30 Hours of training)
  • U18 Female          (40 Hours of training)
  • U18 Male             (40 Hours of training)

Regions

  • Southeast (Tamanawis Park)
  • Northwest (Rutledge Field)
  • Mainland (Eric Hamber)

 Program Focus

  • Technical skills instruction
  • Each program is for athletes interested in continuous, committed, high performance technical skill development from Sept – April
  • 30-40 hours training on Fridays and/or Sunday nights for 1 ½ – 2 hour training sessions
  • Fitness education, testing (Yo-Yo test) and Injury Prevention Programs
  • U15 Regional Festival – Selection point for U15 Provincial Teams
  • U18 Regional Tournament – Selection point for U18 Provincial Teams

 Honoraria

  • For any FHBC coaching opportunity, honoraria is based on the level of NCCP Certification and the number of practice hours and tournament games in the program. Check the FHBC Coaching rates for details.

Please submit the following information if you wish to be involved:

  • Head or assistant coaching position
  • NCCP Certification Level
  • Current and past coaching history
  • Programs and Regions, you wish to be involved (refer above)

Please submit your “Expression of Interest” to the following:

John Sacré
Head Provincial Coach and Performance Manager
Field Hockey BC
Cell 604 737 3145
Email jsacre@fieldhockeybc.com

Jokers Field Hockey Club is looking for players

Located in Vancouver, Jokers Field Hockey Club is registering for experienced male and female adult players for this 2019-20 season. Goalies in particular are in high demand.

Come and join Vancouver’s fun and social club.

Great people, great community and with a clubhouse located in Stanley park, we have the best deck in Vancouver for off-turf socialising. See jokersfieldhockey.com for more info