Camberley and Farnborough Hockey Club is a vibrant community club with around 300 members taking part as Adult, Junior, Veterans and Back to Hockey players, as well as non-playing members helping with coordination and management.
The club, originally just Camberley Hockey Club, was formed back in the 1950’s, and played home games at London Road, Camberley. Various incarnations of the club evolved through the next four decades, in a number of locations around Camberley, including Owlsmoor, Frogmore and Camberley Cricket Club.
Registering as Member or Guardian
Registration and consent are requirements of England Hockey to which Camberley and Farnborough HC is affiliated:
The club management tool: Teamo
Membership fees for the season are set at the club's AGM, which is held early in the Summer preceeding the new season.
Adult - Full
£14 (home) £10 (away)
Adult - Concession
Student - Local
Goal Keeper ( with kit)
U10s and U8s Junior Member
£90 (£15 reduction for additional child
U12s and above Junior Member
£105 (£15 reduction for additional child)
£10 - adult matches only
As a community club we are committed to ensuring that the cost of membership is not a barrier to entry. If it would be so to you, please discuss with the membership secretary the options for payment by installment, as well as bursariers to support players as required.
England Hockey believes that all young people have the right to be safe and enjoy their involvement in hockey and is committed to promoting the welfare of all young people in our sport to protect them from harm alongside the hockey family. In this instance, a young person is defined as anyone under the age of 18.
To do this, England Hockey have created a safeguarding young people policy and are actively aiding affiliated hockey clubs and associations in adopting and implementing their own policy. Safeguarding advice and support is also provided through the England Hockey Ethics and Welfare Team for anyone who reports concerns about the welfare of a young person.
England Hockey’s safeguarding young people policy is named SafeD. This policy covers the commitments of those who created and adopt the policy, how to recognise poor practice and abuse, how to report safeguarding and welfare concerns, useful contacts and provides links to templates and further guidance.
All members of Camberley and Farnborough Hockey Club are bound to this policy, regardless of their role or whether they have links to young people. The club has adopted SafeD and details of our Welfare policy/statement can be found below.
England Hockey require data of injuries sustained across the sport so that trends can be identified and reported to both England Hockey’s Board and the International Hockey Federation (FIH). It is imperative that England Hockey collects this data in order to influence rules changes and improve the safety of the sport.
In order to collect meaningful data, England Hockey require clubs/associations to complete the England Hockey online ‘Injury Monitoring Form’ following injuries sustained that require one or more of the following:
The reporting of injuries sustained on the field of play is a requirement for all clubs/ organisations who are affiliated to England Hockey as part of England Hockey's Injury Reporting Policy.
Any injuries which require treatment must be recorded here
Our playing kit is currently supplied by Stitch-a-Logo, a small clothing company based in Andover.
Players wear a royal blue polo shirt with white piping, white shorts/navy blue skorts and royal blue socks. We also have a good selection of 'off-pitch' items as well.
New players are issued with a new squad number on joining the club and should be gained from the Kit Secretary before placing any orders for playing kit.
Orders are placed via the Stitch-A-Logo webiste, with free delivery to the club available.