For kids excited about field hockey, Northern California has you covered:
SF Youth Field Hockey (San Francisco): Providing hockey to boys and girls of all level, grades K-8, in The Presidio. Offering Fall and Spring seasons, and Summer Camp in late July.
East Bay Field Hockey (Pleasanton, Lamorinda, San Ramon): Bridging the gap for teams in the East Bay by organizing club level play, scheduling practices, games and tournaments.
Stryker (San Jose, Campbell): Stryker Field Hockey Club is committed to developing field hockey skills at every level, with teams for U19, U16, U14, U12, U10. For U14 players not playing in high school, a fall season is offered. From January to May, there are several tournaments and indoor/outdoor practices. Stryker also offers a player growth and development plan to assist players that would like the opportunity to play in college.
Lightning Field Hockey (Saratoga, Cupertino, Mountain View, Palo Alto): K-12 club practicing at Foothill College in Los Altos all year long with tournaments concentrated in the Spring.
Lions Hockey Club (Fremont, San Jose): Lions Hockey Club was founded in 2005 with a focus on getting strong hockey players. Programs are offered for K-12 school students to beginner and experienced field hockey players.
Fly Field Hockey (San Jose, Campbell, Cupertino, Saratoga): For the past 15 years, Fly FHC has trained players in a focused and competitive environment, encouraging advancement of individual skills and game tactics, with regular practices and tournaments throughout the year.
Infinity Sports Club (Gilroy, Morgan Hill, Hollister): Infinity Sports Club offers competitive club field hockey teams at the beginner, novice, competitive and elite levels for players ages 10-18 years of age. Partnering with the City of Gilroy, recreational field hockey programs are encouraged for athletes under 10 years of age. Experienced U10 players, may be evaluated by the head coach for club membership.
Golden Gate Rippers (Marin): Golden Gate Rippers, an elite North Bay Lacrosse Club, announced its inaugural competitive North Bay Field Hockey Club in 2019. During the summer they offered two camps, with more playing opportunities coming in the Fall.