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Youth Hockey

Dutch Youth Hockey is for all children aged 6 -14 years old. We currently have over 180 children playing hockey on Sunday mornings and Tuesday evenings (for the older ones). That number is still growing each year and it’s currently one of the biggest groups within the Club.

Hockey is an attractive team sport for children. The children are divided into groups based on age and school grade. Experienced hockey parents volunteer each Sunday, while professional coaching staffs, FTO, runs the full program.

Frequent external and internal competitions as well as tournaments on a regular basis make it a very popular sport.

Even though we strive to place each registered child, the demand exceeds the capacity of the training groups. We therefore, unfortunately have a waiting list for some of the age groups. Priority will be given to:

  • Brothers and sisters of playing members

You can register your child for the year that he/she enters grade 1 (HSL group 3).

Training Schedule

Hourly training sessions take place on Sunday mornings and Tuesday evenings, timing depends on age groups. Trainings take place CCAB field at Evans road.


Tuesday, 6pm – 8pm | Sunday, 9am – 12pm

Hockey Pitch Addresses

  • CCAB Hockey Pitch: 21 Evans Road, Singapore 259366

To attend training sessions, your child needs a hockey stick, a mouth guard and shin protectors. In sunny Singapore, it is advisable to bring along a big bottle of water, a hat and sunscreen. Rabobank sponsored outfits are provided for new players.

Member (Hollandse Club)
1, 2, 3$125$250
4, 5, 6,7$150$300

Register Now: If you are interested, please email us at [email protected] and we will contact you as soon as possible; to register with DYH, you will have to be a member of the Hollands Club.

Discontinue: If you are already a part of our group and would like to discontinue, please inform us by email as well.

Contact Details

For any matters, please e-mail us at [email protected]

Dutch Youth Hockey Programme Coordinators: Willemijn Dorrepaal, Merle Raatgerink and Stephanie de Geus