Field Hockey Alberta is inviting you to our TRY IT FREE event!
Yes! This event is FREE! Our TIF events give you the opportunity to learn what field hockey is all about. No experience necessary!
Try a FUN new sport
Learn why field hockey is a great cross-training sport, especially for ringette and ice hockey players
Bring a friend, make new friends and be part of a team!
Field hockey is a non-contact game of possession, elimination and tackling.
Field Hockey is included in the summer Olympics and the 2nd most played sport in the world (after football/soccer)!
Field hockey is played by over 3 million people in over 112 countries around the world!
Field hockey is one of the oldest team sports in the world, dating back nearly 3000 years to the Greek classical era!
"Modern day" field hockey was first played in Scotland in the 1700’s.
Field hockey is known as simply “hockey” everywhere else in the world.
The British Army helped spread field hockey throughout the British Empire, which explains its popularity in India, Pakistan, Australia, and New Zealand.
Celebrities Emma Watson, Kate Middleton, Jennifer Lawrence and Heath Ledger all played field hockey.
Events are being held all across Alberta:
Equipment needed: Mouthguard and shinguards. Don't forget to bring a water bottle!
Field hockey sticks and balls will be provided by Field Hockey Alberta
Private TIF events are available upon requests!!
Try It Free Field Hockey events are an excellent opportunity for associations to showcase the sport in their community, provide cross-training support and encourage athletes to give field hockey a try. Our goal is to build strong partnerships with local leagues and clubs to help promote the second most played team sport in the world across our province. Through successful Try It Free events, we can certainly achieve this goal! Our hope at Field Hockey Alberta is to forge strong partnerships with our local associations that result in additional growth in the sport of field hockey as well as strong field hockey programs across our province.