Welcome to Sikh Union (Nottingham) Hockey Club
Interested in joining our club as a player or maybe a volunteer? We would love to hear from you and will offer you a warm welcome to our club
Sikh Union (Nott'm) Hockey & Social Club welcomes all our visitors, players, officials and supporters to our website. The First Team plays East Midlands Premier League. All winter hockey results (September-April), league positions can be viewed at MRHA's hockey results website. You can go to the hockey section for all hockey related information.
OUR MISSION: is to establish a solid infrastructure, which can support hockey and other sports & social needs of the community in Nottingham
HAVE YOU GOT FUNDRAISING IDEAS!
Along with our active search to attract sponsorship at different levels we also need to raise more funds from inside the club... ideally between sponsorship and social events.
If you have any bright ideas or initiatives, please put them forward to your captains or committee members please.
Training: Thursday Night 7.30pm - 9pm
League - 14th November 2015 vs Sutton Coldfield 8 - 2 Win!!
FULL CLUB OR FIRST TEAM SPONSORS!
We are open to approaches from anybody who would be interested in being associated with our club... perhaps you are a local business or a UK manufacturer who feels our profile may fit your product or enterprise.
Sport England funding has secured the re-development of our existing hockey facility at the Forest, Gregory Boulevard, and with the opportunity to provide pitch side advertising, we are able to give a high level of exposure for the club and their partners.
Any sponsor of Sikh Union Nottingham Hockey Club will receive acknowledgement of their sponsorship through the Sikh Union Nottingham H.C website and through fixture cards and any other relevant means of publicising the relationship between the sponsor and S.U.N H.C
Sikh Union thanks them for their continued support and help.
The level of usage at the Forest facility guarantees a high level of exposure of pitch side advertising to a wide and varied audience, both within the local community and farther a field.