UNDERWATER HOCKEY - give it a go
Clubs throughout New South Wales and Australia play all year round and welcome new players at any time.
Club games are usually mixed with Males/Females, Junior, Senior and Elite Players in the pool at the same time.
Thinking of joining to try it out? or are you an experienced player looking for a scratch game?
Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre
Fridays at 8pm
University of Wollongong
Tuesdays at 8pm to 9pm (meet at 7:30pm)
Gunghalin Leisure Centre
Tuesdays at 8:15pm
Thursdays at 8:15pm
University of New England
On hold pending Pool renovations.
07 March 2020 - Congratulations to Alex, Max, Andrea and Isaak for winning the 2020 Wollongong 4's, in its 26th year. Also congratulations to Kevin for being awarded the Most Valuable Player for the competition. Thanks to the Wollongong Club for organising another great competition.
The Wollongong 4's is Australias largest and longest running social Underwater Hockey competiton. Starting in 1992, the competition regularly attracts more than 50 competitiors from all over Australia and beyond.
To qualify you need to turn up on time, put your name in the hat and be drawn onto a team with three other players. Then its game on for several hours of four on four hockey.
At the end of the day its off to a secret location for Beers, BBQ and Raffle.
Watch this page for details on the 2020 Wollongong 4s.
Sydney Kings will again be hosting the Australian Underwater Hockey Club Championships on the Gold Coast in June 2020 in partnership with Gold Coast Underwater Hockey.
All Australian and overseas clubs are invited to join us on the Gold Coast
To register interest or any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch this page for more details on the Club Championships.
Function to be advised.
Interstate teams are welcome.
Isaak Campbell - Most Improved Player - 2018 NSW State Champs in Canberra
Juniors hanging out before the game
Nat Marshall from New South Wales launching a puck in practice.
NSW Masters after finals victory in Perth in 2018
NSW Mens Silver Medalists - 2018 Australian Underwater Hockey Nationals in Perth
The New South Wales Underwater Hockey Squad at the Perth Nationals in 2018
NSW Womens 2014 - Rachel Bell (left), Catalina Chica and Alice van der Woude
NSW Masters Gold Medal 2018 and 2019
2018 Australian Masters MVP
What level are you at?
Clubs games are casual - just turn up, join a team, jump in and have a go. In fact this is the case worldwide and websites exist to encourage players to play as they travel.
State Champs (representing your club) are casual - we make every effort to accommodate all players and get them on a team.
Nationals (representing your State) are serious - you need to make the cut.
Worlds (representing Australia) are more serious - The elite mens team is hotly contested and you'll need several years to make it, but it is not uncommon for Juniors to make the National team in their first or second year.
A number of clubs also organise social competitions throughout the year with the Wollongong 4's being one of the most popular and longest running.More Info
All clubs welcome beginners and learners and if your keen, you can be playing competitions in no time. Use the links at the bottom of this page to contact your local club.
Most clubs have loan equipment available until your ready to upgrade and purchase your own equipment. You will eventually need; Mask, Snorkel, Fins, Water Polo Caps (ear protection) and Sticks (Bats).More
AUF membership is compulsory to play at State, National and International level. It covers the administration of the sport and insurance.More
TEAM RESULTSNSW MASTERS – GOLD MEDALCaptain/Coach- Phil AckermanMVP- Charl Pieterse*A comprehensive campaign for the masters this year going through the competition undefeated with some dazzling displays of hockey from centre...
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TEAM RESULTS NSW U/15’S 6th place Coach – Darrell Campbell MVP – Chantal Brosnan & Rocco Thomason We were very excited to field out very first NSW U15’s team. Albeit...