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HOCKEY

To assist in reducing the spread of COVID-19, ALL hockey (Youth, Ladies, Men's) is cancelled until further notice.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused. 

The Hollandse Club (“HC”) also has a very active and well organized adult hockey section. At present there are two men and one ladies team(s). The teams are formed by both Dutch and international players residing in Singapore and the Ladies and the Men’s first team both play at the highest level in their respective Singaporean competitions.

The teams train each Wednesday evening from 8-9pm (Ladies) and 9-10pm (Men) at an external venue, CCAB located on Evans Road (NUS Law School) which is near Botanic Gardens. Afterwards they socialize further with some drinks.

The Singapore Hockey Federation (SHF) currently organizes competitions for two ladies and five men leagues. For HC-hockey, the Ladies team plays in National Women’s League 1, the Men's first team plays in National Hockey League 1, the Men's second team plays in National Hockey League 3. These competitions usually take six months (not in July), but for the remainder of the year the men’s teams can choose to participate in the Hockey Liga, a 9-a-side hockey league and several other smaller competitions

as well as friendly matches.

But the HC-hockey section and the teams are not only about hockey. The hockey-section organizes at least three social events for all their members (also including their partners) and the teams have their own social events, ranging from motor biking in Malaysia to BBQ at the pool.

The HC-hockey section is also organizing the yearly “Wooden Shoe Hockey Tournament”, a unique, one-day sport event that has established a prominent position on Singapore’s sports calendar. This tournament aims to encourage the integration among the various cultural communities in Singapore. From some 100 participants in early days, it has grown successfully to more than 500 participants last year with female-, male- and youth teams participating.

 

Last, but certainly not least, ZOAT, the famous “South-East Asia Tournament”.

This yearly tournament rotates between five South-East Asian cities: Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur. “Dutch” teams from countries all over this region participate in this unique event that starts Friday with a round of golf while the hockey is played on Saturday and Sunday. And that is of course also a lot of partying involved.

 

In summary: if you live in Singapore and your wish to play hockey and enjoy good company, do join the HC-Hockey community!

YOUTH HOCKEY

Active kids from 5 years will love being part of the fun hockey community. One of our most subscribed sports, we currently have over 100 children playing on Sunday mornings.

The weekly sessions include drills, coaching and small-sided games to ensure everybody gets plenty of playing time. Over the course of the term, there will also be tournaments, competitive matches and fun social events to draw the entire hockey community together.

The program is conducted by professional (English-speaking) coaches and is open to members of all nationalities.

Please register your child for the new term via our online registration form below.

Start term: Sunday 12 January 2020

End term: 21 June 2020

Note that registration must be made via this new form, and no previous submission or email correspondence will be accepted.

In addition to our professional coaches, we have a loyal band of parent volunteers who support the hockey program in a variety of ways including coaching, event planning, organising socials, etc. We are always looking for new blood so if you are a parent who would like to volunteer in any capacity whatsoever please get in touch with us at youthhockey@hollandseclub.org.sg

ADULTS HOCKEY
Be part of our renowned, well-organised and active hockey community that meets regularly for tournaments and social gatherings. There are 3 men’s and 1 ladies team that play at home and compete at matches in Singapore and Internationally.

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