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##As of 15:30 20/1/2016 - U14 & Mens club training cancelled for today##
## Any changes due to weather will be posted here and on twitter @WildcatsHC ##
Welcome to Wallingford Hockey Club
Home of 5 mens teams, 4 ladies teams, a mixed, vets and junior section (Wildcats)
Wallingford Hockey Club play at Wallingford Sports Park. For details of how to get here please follow the links at the top of the page or proceed to About Us. In this section you can also find information on the history of the club, membership details, officers and points of contact for the club and details of training times. To keep up to date with each team's progress throughout the season please check out the Teams sections.
To be one of the leading clubs in Oxfordshire admired by the hockey community for our ongoing improvement in playing standards and youth development born out of the fun, enjoyment and welcome that is at the heart of our club.
The junior section of Wallingford Hockey Club are known as the Wildcats and provide coaching for young players of all ages and abilities. For further information please view the Wildcats and Academy sections.
Tours and socials are a big part of what Wallingford Hockey Club is all about... All social events and tours as well as all league matches will be posted here on our Events Calendar as well as on our Twitter page. Keep in touch with fellow members of Wallingford HC by visiting our Facebook page. Any adverse weather conditions that may affect matches or training will be posted on our Twitter and Facebook pages
Become a Member
If you are renewing your subscription or you are a new member please use our on-line registration and payment system
Weather Affecting Play
Any news concerning adverse weather conditions affecting matches or training will be posted on our Twitter feed and Facebook page so please make sure you are subscribed to our Facebook page, Twitter page or keep an eye on our Twitter feed here on our home page.
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