Welcome to Cambridge South Hockey Club

We are a friendly, lively, Cambridge-based club who run five men's and five ladies' teams as well as indoor, veterans and mixed sides and a growing junior section.

We offer something for everyone; whether you are experienced or new to the sport you will be very welcome at the club.

Our Men's 1sts play in Division 1 of the East Region.

Our Ladies' 1sts play in Division 2NW of the East Region.

Ladies 1sts in action

Improve your hockey skills

  • Free coached men's and ladies' sessions
  • Junior hockey for players age 6-14
  • All levels from beginners upwards
  • Dedicated goalkeeper training
Come train with us

Meet new people

Stay for match teas then grab a drink from the bar and watch the other South teams playing.

In fact, why not just hang out all afternoon!

And then there's the legendary nights outs...

Join in the fun
Socializing
Mens 1sts in action

Great facilities and value for money

  • Lowest playing fees in Cambridge
  • Cheapest student rates
  • New floodlit all-weather home pitch
Get in touch

Upcoming Training Sessions

DateTimeDescriptionVenue
Tue 21st Jan 7:30 p.m. Men's Training Long Road
Wed 22nd Jan 7:30 p.m. Ladies L1-L2 Training Long Road
Thu 23rd Jan 7 p.m. Women's Masters Pay & Play Long Road
Thu 23rd Jan 7:45 p.m. Pay & Play Long Road
Thu 23rd Jan 8:45 p.m. Supplementary Training M1-L1 Long Road

Latest News

Some of the Cambridge South Hockey Club Juniors who played at Newmarket on 17th November 2019
23
Nov

Juniors Thrive in Newmarket

This blog is courtesy of Bhav, Rob and the other coaches who attended… The setting… It’s October… Our juniors had plans to play at Wisbech…but too much rain came our way! NO MATCHES! :-( It’s November… It was cold but sunshine greeted South’s U8, U10 and U12 sides in Newmarket. The facilities were great, we saw ...


02
Sep

What Lies Beneath

Ok, so you've got your new club playing strip and are raring to go for the start of the season. Your kit feels great and uses smart, modern, technical fabrics designed to aid performance and keep you comfortable while playing…but does what you wear beneath match up to the same standards? For those looking for ...


© Jean-François Beauséjour. This image is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license - https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en
22
Aug

What Cambridge South can Learn from the All Blacks

What does it mean to be a part of a team or a club, and what attitudes and values enable a group to thrive? An article by a New Zealand All Blacks rugby coach has some interesting insights, which are relevant to anyone who wants to help build a positive club culture. Alongside the technical skills, physical ability, tactical ...


Recent Comments

Jan Brynjolffssen 11 hours ago

We probably should mention the spectacular goal scored by the Stortford forward, when she roofed it past Mikey. Best goal of the day, in either the 'A' or 'B' matches. Though Ads strike was a good solo effort and Jimbo's came from a really nice first time passing move that almost made it look like we had played together before. And then there was Rhi going into a challenge for the ball with three Stortford blokes, and leaving their bodies skittled behind her on the deck as she moved off with possession. Small, but mighty!

Emily Stevenson 1 day, 13 hours ago

This seems like the writings of Rocky Flintstone. Was the match situated near any medium sized mazes?

Rob Barton 2 days, 15 hours ago

It's nice when Lemon of the Match isn't even close ... congrats, Oli. :-)

Rob Barton 2 weeks ago

"@Jan please note, can we arrange another rematch, this was a really good match."
+1 from me.

Rob Barton 2 weeks ago

Congrats on the handful, John, though it sounds to me like double jug avoidance? :-)

Neil Sneade 3 weeks ago

One of the funniest things I've seen on a hockey pitch. I've see dryer water polo teams.