The City of Kelowna and the Capital News Centre are currently only allowing bookings up to the end of 2020. This applies to all Field Hockey programs so times are confirmed up to the end of the year and requested but not confirmed for 2021.
Registration is required for all programs and numbers are limited in accordance with the requirements from BC Field Hockey and the Capital News Centre.'
Day: 10.15 AM to 11:15 AM
Session: 8 NOV 2020 to 20 DEC 2020
Fee: $50 per Session
Day: Thursday 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM
Session: 5 Nov 2020 to 24 Dec 2020
Fee: $75 for Session
Day: Sundays 2:45 PM To 4:00 PM
Session: April 18 to May 16, 2021
Fee: $90 for full Program
Registration: Click to Register (Deadline to register is April 14)
To register as a member, please visit: Field Hockey Membership
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Ben.Fecht@sd23.bc.ca for more info.
Sign up by email to email@example.com
Red shirts and white shirts available for purchase at $15 each.
All players need to register with BC Field Hockey online at fieldhockeybc.com
Field Hockey Okanagan plays an important role in providing essential services to our membership and up to date information for anyone interested in becoming involved with the sport of field hockey. These services include the provision of support, management and opportunity at a number of progressive levels for athletes, officials, and coaches alike.
To be recognized as leaders and innovators in sport throughout Canada and the World. To further develop the infrastructure to provide effective governance and leadership for the sport of field hockey in Okanagan Valley, and promote partnerships to increase participation in the province.
2019 marks an Olympic qualification year for the Senior Canadian Field Hockey National Teams. The Men’s and Women’s teams competed in training tours, test-matches and qualification series events across the world. The men;s team qualified for 2020 Tokyo Games.
Field Hockey BC is the Provincial Sports Organization (PSO) dedicated to supporting and developing field hockey in the province of British Columbia. In partnership with the National body Field Hockey Canada (FHC), Field Hockey BC provides opportunities for British Columbians to experience the challenges and rewards of the exciting sport of field hockey
The 'LAKE and BAKE'
Annual field hockey festival in the beautiful Okanagan Valley.
Seven a side - mixed teams.
Games in the mornings - held on the long weekend in August.
Visiting teams enjoy summer weather and water activities at the lake, wineries and golf.
The rules of field hockey are very similar to the rules of soccer except that players must use their sticks instead of their feet to play the ball. There are 11 players on a team made up of a goalkeeper, defenders, midfielders and forwards. The only player on the field who is allowed to use their feet and hands as well as their stick is the goalkeeper. The key rule differential between field hockey and soccer lies with there being no offside rule in field hockey allowing for an extremely fast, potentially high scoring and exciting game. See More
Shorts, Socks, Red t-shirt and white t-shirt.
Mouth Guard, Shin Guard and field hockey cleats to get a good grip on the field (Gloves optional)
Leg Guards, Kickers, Hand Protectors, Chest Guard, and Padded Shorts