Bury St Edmunds Hockey Club

Bury St Edmunds Hockey Club

At a glance


  • Sports

Other details

Organisation type: 
Small or unincorporated organisation
Geographical remit: 


The Club was first established in 1912 and based at the Victory Ground in Bury St Edmunds. The Club is now based at Culford School and has the use of two high-quality sand-based pitches.

Bury St Edmunds Hockey club is an ever-expanding club. It currently boasts approximately 550 registered players and comprises eight men’s teams, 5 Women’s teams and a large junior section from U6 upwards. We provide hockey to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. 

Our objective: 

“To be a happy, balanced, constantly evolving and well-resourced Club that continues to successfully provide its members and its local community with performance, competitive, social and educational hockey opportunities”

We encourage teamwork and a sense of community; this provides benefits to both mental and physical wellbeing as well as helping youth players to grow in confidence, and build skills such as communication, empathy, respect and motivation. 


We provide hockey to people in different ways including: 

  • Training sessions
  • League games
  • Informal turn up and play
  • Youth hockey training 
  • Youth hockey tournaments and leagues
  • Back to hockey/beginners' hockey
  • Social activities
  • School outreach
  • Hockey development programmes
  • Coaching development
  • Umpire development

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