Two Day Hockey Camps
Southgate Hockey Centre 2020 Two Day Hockey Camps
Two Day Camps for Junior, Improver and Advanced hockey players.
Our Next Two Day Camps Are:
OCTOBER HALF TERM CAMPS
Junior & Improver - Monday 26 & Tuesday 27 October
Advanced - Thursday 29 & Friday 30 October
Some Things You Might Want To Know
Advanced Hockey Camps
The advanced camps are usually lead by former GB international John Shaw. They are for boys and girls aged 12 to 16, playing full County Academy hockey (JAC) or equivalent, and above. If you are below this level or have only attended a Junior Development Centre (JDC), our Improvers camps will be more suitable. Expect to work hard but also expect to reach new levels and learn new skills. You are expected to have a good work ethic and coaches will be demanding of quality and attitude. Camps are usually two days.
Junior and Improvers Hockey Camps
The Junior and Improvers Camps are fun course of hockey skills for children of all abilities aged 8 to 14 covering a range of basic skills. If you have never played, just started or have been playing a little while but have yet to reach the dizzy levels of county hockey, this is the course for you. The courses are suitable for beginners up to those attending Junior Development Centres (JDCs) and trialing for the Academy’s. Camps are usually two days and that beginners must attend the first day.
Advanced Hockey Goalkeeper Camps Age 12-16
An intensive course in goalkeeping skills for boys and girls at full county Academy level and above. The course will include a range of GK skills and will be tailored to the needs of the GKs attending. Camps are usually two days and cost £80 for two days and £40 for one day (Lunch is not included).
Junior and Improver Hockey Goalkeeper Camp Age 8-14
You’ll Get Quality Coaching
The player to coach ratio will be kept low (1:5) to ensure that all players benefit from individual attention and groups are COVID compliant. All coaches are fully insured, HA qualified and CRB checked.
Players should arrive by 9:30am to ensure they are ready for training to begin at 10am.
Players will have two morning sessions of approximately 1.5 hours with a break in-between, followed by a lunch break (lunch NOT provided), followed by a further 1.5 hour training session, another break and a period of game play to see out the day.
The camps finish at 4pm, but parents are welcome to arrive earlier to watch the game play if they wish.