The strength of hockey in England lies in it's clubs and West Yorkshire has a number of quality clubs competing and all levels and providing for a range of ages and abilities. There are a number of alternative activities to get involved in if you are interested in participating in or getting back into hockey outside the club setting, whatever your age and whatever your ability.
If you would like to find a club please click here
The North Regional Office has been based at Weetwood Pavilion at the University of Leeds since September 2008, and we are delighted to be utilising the facilities. Please click here to see where we are.
England Hockey Board
North Regional Office
University of Leeds
Weetwood Ring Road
T. 0113 274 0083
E. firstname.lastname@example.org (General Enquiries)
Image of the hockey at Olympic Park
Chair of North Performance Committee (Oversees JRPC, JAC & JDC activity)
The History of England Hockey
It officially became the NGB in December 2002, taking over from it's predecessor, the English Hockey Association (EHA). The EHA - who had been formed in 1996 to unite the separate men's, women's and mixed associations - had to suspend operations earlier in 2002 because of significant financial problems. The original men's and women's associations had been in existance for over 100 years prior to their merger in 1996.
The company was officially formed on the 1 January 2003.
Published on: 17th August 2011