University of Canterbury
Hockey Club

We are one of New Zealand’s oldest volunteer-run hockey clubs,

with nine decades of experience in providing and supporting hockey players from the tertiary institutes of Christchurch.

Our players enjoy the commitment of quality coaching, like-minded peers, socially active club and competitive opportunities for the 2017 and future seasons.
We celebrate success and commitment in a hockey environment that cares for player welfare, meets the learning and working needs of a wide range of players, while recognising the distinct student culture and range of player diversity.
The Club is committed to the provision of competitive, social and safe opportunities for all members. It aims to give all members fair competition, access to involvement, and personal leadership and growth. We endeavour to build the tertiary culture of the Canterbury region through sporting excellence in hockey. Above all we value the enjoyment of the game.


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IN 1923,

The UC Hockey Club is one of the longest standing clubs in the Canterbury region.


Prizegiving this Saturday!

Just a reminder to make sure you grab your tickets for the end of year prizegiving this Saturday. Tickets are only $10 (+ booking fee) for members or $15 for non-members, and are available from this link. There are a limited number of seats so make sure you get in...

University players named in Canterbury U21 Squad

UC Hockey would like to recognise and congratulate the six players named in the Canterbury Under 21 squad for 2017. They will be looking to defend Canterbury's 2016 title throughout the provincial season. The players named from UC Hockey are: Luke Hemple Adam Hillis...

Welcome to the 2017 season

Welcome to a new year of hockey! We hope you will join us for a successful 2017 season. We have kicked off the year with summer hockey, with club members involved in the 6-aside, 11-aside and Masters competitions. We are now gearing up for trials so have a look at...