Hospitality reopens at Nottingham Hockey Centre

From Monday 12th April the Stick & Pitcher bar at Nottingham Hockey Centre reopened in line with the latest government guidelines. Drinks can be ordered from the tables on the upstairs decking using the QR codes on each table. Your order will be brought to your table and payment will be taken at this point. Please make payment by card wherever possible. The toilets are open in the clubhouse. Please wear a face covering at Read more…

World Cup 2022 – WMH announces dates and venues

After postponements and cancellations due to Covid 19, WMH is delighted to announce that the 2022 World Cups for Masters Hockey will be played in four different continents, starting with the WMH Indoor Hockey World Cup in the USA in early 2022. These will be the inaugural events for WMH and we thank everyone for their support, over the past few years, which has allowed us to get to this point. Here are the details: Read more…

Nottingham High School Development at Nottingham Hockey Centre Completed

Aerial image taken in October 2020 during the late stages of construction of the two new pitches. December sees the completion of £2 million worth of investment by Nottingham High School, creating a purpose-built sports facility for hockey at Nottingham Hockey Centre. Already regarded as one of the UK’s premier hockey centres, the development added two new blue Tiger Turf hockey pitches, taking the total to six. Kevin Fear, Headmaster of Nottingham High School said: Read more…

2020 Masters World Cups Cancelled Due To Pandemic

Nottingham Hockey Centre and England Hockey are sad to learn that the 2020 Masters World Cups due to be hosted in Nottingham, Cape Town and Tokyo have been cancelled. The decision was made by the World Masters Hockey Executive Board after they initially postponed the tournaments due to be held in Nottingham, Cape Town and Tokyo earlier this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Having set a deadline of November 2020 on a final decision Read more…

Plan to return to hockey post-Covid

Following England Hockey’s announcement on Friday 29th May regarding the phased return to playing hockey, a plan has been developed to start to introduce some hockey activity and small group coaching at Nottingham Hockey Centre.  England Hockey have issued the following 5 steps to resuming full competitive match play.  Training phase Step 1: TrainingOne-to-one / household group Step 2: Socially Distanced TrainingSmall groups but with social distancing in place  Step 3: Small Group TrainingSmall group training Read more…

COVID-19 Disease: ALL SPORTING ACTIVITY SUSPENDED

29th March UPDATE: The Nottingham Hockey Centre Executive Committee continue to monitor the situation regarding the COVID-19 disease closely. We continue to act upon all advice from Public Health England and England Hockey, and the decision has been taken, in accordance with the guidance issued by England Hockey, to suspend all hockey activity from 9am Tuesday 17 March until 30 June. – David Griffiths, Chairman, Nottingham Hockey Centre – Graham Griffiths, Chairman, Beeston Hockey Club