Our Junior members are an important part of our Club. BHC are committed to safeguarding and protecting them, working closely with England Hockey and their Safe D Campaign – Safeguarding the Hockey Family. The Club received it’s latest England Hockey ClubsFirst Accreditation in April 2016.
All our club coaches and volunteers are DBS checked and have undertaken safeguarding training. The Club has a dedicated Welfare Officer, who will take any concerns seriously and act on them quickly. Our Welfare Officer can be reached by email on email@example.com.
Information for Parents
Please follow the link below to access all the information that you need to know as a parent of a Bradford Hockey Club Junior Player. Also follow the link to download a Junior Membership Form.
Junior training for Under 10, Under 12, Under 14 and Under 16 players is held as follows:
- 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm Friday
Training is informal and friendly, and we will go ahead in most weathers (as long as it is safe). Once junior players reach 13, their coach may recommend that they attend the relevant senior training for their skill level:
- 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm Tuesday – General senior and ladies training
- 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm Wednesday – High Performance training
How to get involved
Please feel free to come along to Bradford Girls’ Grammar School between 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm on a Friday evening for a free taster session. You will need shin pads, gum shield and a stick, but don’t worry if you don’t have them, we have spares available. You will also need warm clothing and a drink.
Bradford Hockey Club participate in the Yorkshire Youth Hockey Leagues at all ages, both girls and boys. Although we are a relatively small club, we have had much success over the years, including:
- 16/17 Season: Our Under 18 boys reached the quarter finals of the England Hockey Under 18 Boys Cup
- 15/16 Season: Our Under 16 boys reached the National Finals of the England Hockey Indoor Cup
- 14/15 Season: Our Under 16 boys reached the National Finals of the England Hockey Indoor Cup
Bradford Hockey Club have also been successful in their junior players participating in the England Hockey Player Pathway, with BHC Players representing the Pennine Pumas at the England Hockey Futures Cup over many years. We are also proud that our Junior players have been selected to play for England in the Sainsburys School Games for the past four years.
Follow the page link below for details of our teams