Looking for a London Hockey Club?
Hampstead and Westminster Hockey Club is London’s premier club and has something for everyone who loves hockey. Based in the heart of the city at Paddington Recreation Ground, the club has a team for every skill level, with 12 Men's teams and 7 Ladies' teams, a large Junior Club as well as several Mixed Hockey Teams in the summer. Whether you’re a social player looking to make friends or an international player looking to join a team with aspirations to play in Europe, HWHC prides itself on being a friendly London hockey club welcoming players of all abilities.
Inspired by the field hockey at the Rio Olympics?
We're proud of HWHC Olympic history with club representatives from 1898 to 2016. Even if you're not at Olympic level just yet it's a great time to get involved and perhaps set your sights on Tokyo in 2020. Please get in touch via the general enquiry form or new joiners form to register your interest.
Following the euphoria of the exceptional end of season results, the Club has learned this weekend the very sad news of the unexpected death of Guy Mayers on 28 April 2019 in Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, where his family was with him. The funeral will take place at St Peter’s… Read more
Mixed, friendly, social, Sunday summer hockey – open to everyone, current members and new joiners welcome £6 per session, paid through the Slate app (if you’re new, we’ll talk you through it, it’s dead simple!). To sign up to the mailing list email: email@example.com 19th May 14:30 – 16:00 2nd June… Read more
Vets MVP Jamie Edington Thirsts MVP Dom Richardson Spaniards MVP Will Hay L7s MVP Evie Dunne Hammers MVP Ryan Matsutani L6s MVP Benji Avro M5s MVP Grant Hunter L5s MVP Gui Marquine L4s MVP Kristin Bucke M3s MVP Vijay Pawar L3s MVP Charlie Devlin Zaks MVP Jacob Willey L2s MVP Rene Johnson M2s MVP Aaron Hudson L1s MVP Meg Byas M1s MVP Rupert Shipperley GK Award… Read more
Just like the 17/18 season, our Ladies’ 1s took the East Conference title and qualified for the Promotion Play-Offs. After a tough last minute loss to Premier League outfit Slough in game one, it was back to Lee Valley for games two and three with it all to do. A… Read more
After a remarkable weekend at Lee Valley, our Men’s 1s were crowned champions at the League Finals, beating Surbiton 3-1 in the final. It capped off a fantastic season as for the lads, who finished runners-up behind Surbiton in the Premier League, the highest ever finish in our 125 year… Read more
At the end of another fantastic season, you may notice that the ‘Tiger Turf’ at Pad Rec is in the process of being replaced. The pitch is owned by Westminster Council and not by Hampstead and Westminster HC. The Football Foundation invested approx. £1m in around 2007 and with that… Read more