Welcome to Walking Hockey World – from the home of Walking Hockey -Bromsgrove Hockey Club


Every so often an idea comes along that fits the time, and we believe Walking Hockey is one such idea. Born out of someone wanting to keep playing but finding regular hockey too much, it has really taken off.

On the website find out how Walking Hockey went from an idea to a reality in a few months and how it is now attracting attention across the hockey World.

We have Walking Hockey photos and videos to share and will let you see how its appeal seems universal, from teenagers to nearly octogenarians!

For starters here is a video explaining how we got going and where we hope to get to. It features Alan Gormley, the founder of Walking Hockey and John Inverdale, the well known sports broadcaster.

Bromsgrove Walking Sports Centre

Bromsgrove’s Walking Sports Centre continues to march forward.

We now have 3 weekly sessions (2 hockey, 1 football) and after consultations with England Netball we will be launching Walking Netball in January 2020.

Additionally we are developing both Walking Cricket and Walking Tennis for a Spring 2020 launch.

We have also entered into an exciting partnership with Age UK and have the support of iCOPE and Reconnections. All 3 organisations have similar values to ourselves such as increasing the opportunities for our ageing population to remain active for longer.

International Walking Hockey News

Here is the latest news from around the world:

From Australia:

Fremantle HC  continue with their successful programme at their new ground. Canberra will be holding their first Walking Hockey tournament later in December.

In Queensland action is taking off in Cairns and further north there is growth in Douglas Shire and Atherton Tablelands with more associations joining soon

From Japan:

Developments continue to launch Walking Hockey in 2020

From the USA:

Walking Hockey will feature at the CA Symposium on 12/7

From the Netherlands:

LOHC Hockey will be launching Walking Hockey soon and the Old Stars programme continues to grow

From the UK

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