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Membership Fees (2021/2022 Season)

Membership must be paid in full by 15th September. We have a no pay, no play policy; failure to pay membership will mean that you are not eligible for match selection.

For more information, contact Aly Townend


Ages 16 and over not qualifying as a ‘Student’.

Annual Membership – £200, Match Fee (per game) – £12, Cup Games – £3

Taster (for new members only)

Entitles the member to 5 matches for the season only. The upgrade to a full membership is available for £150.

Annual Membership – £50, Match Fee (per game) – £12, Cup Games – £3


Ages 16 and over in full time education.

Annual Membership – £120

Match Fee (per game): 16 – 18 year olds: £6; 18+: £12; Cup Games – £3

Juniors (U16)

Ages 15 or younger.

Annual Membership – £60, Match Fee (per game) – £6 and second game on a Sunday – £2 (£6 for Sunday only), Cup Games – £3

Juniors (U12)

Ages 11 or younger.

Annual Membership – £25


Non-Playing parents and friends of the club.

Annual Membership – £20

Join the Club

Joining the Isle of Wight Hockey Club in three simple steps:

  1. Download and fill in a membership form.
  2. Bring the form along to your first training session (the first session is free).
  3. Introduce yourself, hand in the form and start training.

It’s that simple! – We look forward to seeing you at training, if you have any questions feel free to contact us.

Download Membership Form

Training Sessions

The Isle of Wight Hockey Club will endeavor to provide Level 2 coaches for all club training sessions, however, this may not always be possible. In the event that one is not available, players may play practice matches and small sided games ONLY without any coaching element involved. This is due to insurance regulations and rules set by the game’s national governing body; England Hockey (as shown at the bottom of the page).

The Isle of Wight Hockey Club cannot be held liable for any accidents, injuries, loss or damage caused whilst a Level 2 coach is not present at these sessions. Anyone who undertakes any coaching at these unsupervised sessions does so at their own risk.

All members will be advised of this situation and asked to sign a consent form in agreement. Anyone aged under 18 will be required to present a signed consent from their parent or guardian. Non members will not be allowed to take part in these sessions.

The club apologies should this situation arise at any point during the season, but it has a duty to ensure the safety of its members and it must follow insurance policies and national guidelines.

Advice from England Hockey

England Hockey strongly recommends that all coaches are insured as an individual or through a club. Insurance should reflect the activities you undertake as a coach within the guidance of your level of qualification or accreditation. It is also recommended that no coach except those accredited at UKCC Level 2, EH Sessional coach or EH Coach or above, should coach independently i.e. unsupervised. A Level 1 coach or coach who has attended a GB Coaching Club workshop or Introduction to Hockey Coaching should continue to provide instruction under the supervision of a Level 2, EH Sessional Coach, EH Coach or above and can organise and supervise game play. More information can be found on the England Hockey website. Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults is of key importance. Regrettably, incidents of abuse, emotional, physical, sexual or neglect and bullying are occurring within the world of sport and Insurers generally have been reviewing their position on the extent of cover available to organisations in respect of child abuse. In order to continue providing clubs and associations with abuse cover you must commit to following good practice by signing up to England Hockey’s ‘Safeguarding and Protecting Young people in Hockey Policy and Procedures’. Any clubs or associations affiliating to England Hockey are agreeing to follow these policies and procedures.

More information at