Player Membership Registration
Juniors and seniors must register and pay membership fees to play. All under 18’s must complete a full registration form each season (The registration form can be downloaded here). This only takes a few minutes; a downloadable copy which can be printed and submitted to captain or team coach. Juniors should ensure payment is made to Treasurer (John Brearton), or a member of the junior committee.
Player Membership Fees
Players must also pay membership fees. For all seniors – failure to pay or start standing order by 31st October 2016 will result in non-selection, until it is paid in full. Fees can be paid by cheque, bank transfer or by standing order. Please note that for families, there is a cap on membership fees of £200 max.
|Over 18 Membership||Under 18 Membership|
- Cheque – made payable to “Slazenger Hockey Club”
- Direct transfer – SORT CODE: 05-04-09, ACCOUNT NUMBER: 62986150 – ensure direct transfers are labelled with the player name
- Standing Order – using the form found here; money paid in smaller monthly payments – Ensure standing orders are labelled with the player name, and should be started by the end of October.
About Membership Fees
Membership fees cover the costs of using the pitch and the operation of the club. This includes affiliation, equipment, etc which are incurred throughout the season. For senior teams, the cost of training is included in the match fee. Since junior tournaments are played at the same time as training, junior training costs (Sunday morning and Monday evenings) are separate at £2 per session.
Match fees are charged at flat rate of £7 per match. If you play a second match (for a different team during that day), then only one set of match fees are paid. [For U18’s playing senior hockey, students and unemployed; match fees are £4]
Junior Sunday Tournaments are £2.50. These are payable to the team coach on the day.
Membership of Sports Club
Slazenger Hockey Club is part of Slazenger Sports and Social Club. As such, membership of the hockey section includes membership of the Social Club. This means part of the membership subscription goes to the club to cover running of the facilities. This membership is not without its benefits, as it entitles you use of the Club as a social member, as well as reduced cost access to the Tennis courts and bowls pitch. Full details can be found on the Sports club website here.