Cochrane Field Hockey

Cochrane Field Hockey

We have been following the Alberta relaunch strategy closely in hopes of having a modified spring season. Due to the provincial restrictions and timelines we unfortunately will be canceling the Calgary Junior Field Hockey, Cochrane Field Hockey, Chestermere Field Hockey, Red Deer Field Hockey and Airdrie Field Hockey seasons.  We will also be cancelling all Community Funstix programs.  We are disappointed to not have field hockey this spring but will continue to make the safety and well being of our members and their family our top priority.


We have been in contact with our merchant accounts and full refunds for all programs are scheduled to start May 16th, 2020. If it becomes safe to do so we would love to run summer camps, clinics and other programs.  Please fill in our summer program survey to help us build our program:


While the restrictions continue please check out some of our new resources we are building on our website;


Interested in learning about trending field hockey tactics?  Visit our new Tactical Seminar page.  Join our High Performance Coach Roel van Maastrigt as he discusses hot field hockey topics.  Tune in live Saturdays at 11:00am for new seminars:


Virtual Field Hockey Lessons:

Looking for a fun way to get the kids active?  Check out our online field hockey lessons:


Field Hockey Techniques:

Brush up on you basic skills by looking through our basic techniques library:


Follow for daily tips, tricks and drills!


If you are interested in purchasing a stick and ball to participate in virtual field hockey lessons we are currently delivering on May 22nd please purchase one day before desired delivery through the following link:



Stay safe,


Field Hockey Alberta

Interested in trying the exciting sport of field hockey? There is no age limit to when you can start! Field hockey is one of the most popular in the world so there must be something great about it!

Field hockey is a non-contact game of possession, elimination, and tackling.

Players in this class will learn the rules of the game, proper grip and posture, ball and stick control, how to receive, trap, pass and dribble the ball and positioning. There will be fun games and a scrimmage to help reinforce the skills learned.  


Cochrane Rockies (ages 10-14) are back for spring 2020! This league focuses on basic skill development while introducing team tactics. Participants will be provided with one practice a week, followed by weekly games. League division will be determined by the number of registrants. U12 format is 7 v 7 and U15 is 6 v 6.


**Please note: There are 3 age groups, U12-Coed, U15 Girls and U15 Boys.  Cochrane players will practice together as a whole and will split for league games and festivals. 


New (first year) athletes will receive a t-shirt, socks and stick with registration! Athletes will need shorts, shoes suitable for running on turf (NOT cleats) and water bottle. Mouth and shin guards must be worn at all times while players are participating in games or practice drills.


Practices will be held once a week at Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Center on Mondays, 6:00 - 7:00 pm, starting April 6th, 2020 and running until June 27, 2020. Games will be held at Hawkings Field at the University of Calgary on Sundays (with occasional Saturdays) beginning May 3rd. Spring program also consists of two full-day festivals. More details on the spring program to come!

Practice/Scrimmage: Spring 2020

April 6
April 13 - Bring a Friend Day/TIF
April 20
April 27
May 4
May 11
May 25
June 1
June 8
June 15
June 22

Important Dates:  Red Deer Festival (TBD), Calgary Festival June 27/28


Click here to register
select the Cochrane Rockies Spring 2020 program

Junior League FAQ

Q: What equipment is required?
A: Athletes are required to wear a mouthguard and shin pads during practices and games.  T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, shorts, and athletic pants are recommended for games and practices.  All participants will be provided with a T-shirt jersey for games and matching socks.  Make sure to dress appropriately for the weather, games will go even if it is raining, they will only be canceled for lightning.  Running shoes or field hockey turf shoes are required for games, please only wear cleats at practices/on grass facilities.  The University of Calgary Field Hockey turf is a turf shoe or running shoe facility only, cleats damage the surface.
Q: Where can mouth guards, shin pads or practice socks be purchased?
A: Most sporting good stores carry these items (Sport Chek, Sport Mart, Kicks, etc).  Call ahead to check availability.
Q: Where can I purchase a field hockey stick?
A: AA Sports - Sohail Abdullah:
Q: Where can I learn the basic rules of field hockey?
A: The following link is a good start: 
Q: Where is the University of Calgary Field Hockey Turf located?
A: Hawkings Field - University of Calgary
Q: It is game day and it is raining out, will there still be a game?
A: Games will run during the rain and light snow, they will be canceled if there is lightning or the conditions become dangerous.
Q: It is raining and there is a practice scheduled, do we still have practice?
A: The league administrator may cancel practices in heavy rain and snow as there may be field closures.  Practices will not be rescheduled.

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