Hong Kong Kai Tak Mini Hockey Association was established in 1981.
The club would like to introduce this healthy and exciting sport to children between the ages of 6 and 14 in Hong Kong.
Please note that training sessions are now held at the Boundary Street hockey pitch.
To get to the Lok Fu Recreation Ground pitch, take the MTR to Lok Fu and Exit B.
Straight ahead to the car park exit, the hockey pitch is besides.
Walking left around the pitch then you will see the gates.
(Lok Fu MTR Exit B, Fu Mei Street East)
Hockey Training Schedule
The 2017/2018 year of hockey trainning is now opening for register!!!
If you would like to join, please download this form, fill it out, and then email it to email@example.com.
What is Mini Hockey?
Mini Hockey is a seven-a-side team sport. The players are boys and girls aged between 6 and 14. They are divided by age into an under-8 group, under-10 group, under-12 group and under-15 group. Each team from an age group only plays against other teams from their own age group. They will play on a pitch about the size of a volley ball court. Although the game requires quite a bit of exercise, it is not a dangerous game
What is the Hong Kong Kai Tak Mini Hockey Association?
Kai Tak was started in 1981 by a group of expatriates, but there are now a lot of locals playing as well. Most of our members are middle-class professionals, and the committee members serve on a voluntary basis. This year, the association would like to introduce this healthy sport to more children from both the international and local communities.
Will there be coaching and supervision?
The association has coaches for every age group. Some of the coaches are very experienced, and all of them are very patient and kind. Coaching is conducted mainly in English and Cantonese.
How can I register my child(ren) for the coming season?
Click on the "download this form" link above to download the form, fill it in and then email it to us or bring it in person on a Sunday morning. You will need to bring a cheque for the registration fee when you come to your first training session.
What do parents do?
Parents are required to accompany their children to the sessions and to remain at the pitch for the duration. While they are there, they can relax in the shade, watch their children play, and chat with their friends. They are also most welcome to help the association in other ways.
What should I do if I am interested in helping out?
You should contact the committee members by telephone or e-mail.
Where and when are training sessions held?
VENUE : Lok Fu Recreation Ground
TIME : Sunday mornings from 9:30 to 11:00.
Katherine Koon (Chairwoman)
Alex Lai (Advisor)
REMINDERSHockey Training Schedule
The red and white Kai Tak shirt should be worn during all training sessions and tournaments, along with white shorts and red socks.
Players are reminded to always keep their sticks down.
Parents are reminded to ensure that their children have shin pads, mouth guards, and plenty of water, especially during hot weather.
We ask all our players to be punctual. Training normally starts at 9:30. Please be at the pitch by 9:15 to change and get ready.
Finally, our chairwoman, Katherine Koon, would like to encourage parents to be active in the association by helping with the coaching of the children, or with other activities as they arise.
External links: Hong Kong Hockey Association | International Hockey Federation
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Updated 16 June 2017