Stirling Wanderers Hockey Club

We are always looking for new players and anyone interested should contact info@stirlingwanderershockey.co.uk for more information.
We Currently Have:

2 Men’s Teams (National League 3 and East District)
2 Ladies’ Teams (National League 3 and East District)
2 Indoor Teams – Men’s National League 4 and Ladies’ National League 2

A Large Junior Section – 5 to 15 years old

We are always on the look-out for people to help with coaching and/or umpiring and will actively assist in enabling people to become qualified for this.

We now play at the state of the art Forthbank Water Based Pitch. For a map click here

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Club News

Ist team Match report

Another exciting match on a warm February afternoon in Edinburgh against a top three side. A nervous start from Stirling resulted in some simple slick passing from ESM and a couple of early goals after 10 minutes. Stirling regained some composure and started to play,...

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Junior report Feb 2017

STIRLING WANDERERS HOCKEY CLUB JR REPORT                 2 February 2017 JR CLUB TRAINING Everything went very well over the autumn. Lots of volunteers helping with attendance, fee collection and step in assistant coaching. We have 4 DoE assistants. Two of these are...

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HNY

Happy New Year! I hope you all had a fun festive season. Just a quick update on upcoming events in January/February: Friday 13th January - Welcome Back Quiz! At the clubhouse at 7pm. Bring your friends, family, complete strangers....It's a chance to reacquant...

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Message from the boss

Hi all, I just wanted to say Merry Christmas and thank you for your work for the club over the past year. I appreciate that it is not all fun at times, but the work of the committee is vital to the club's existence and hopefully you can see the progress we are making...

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Mens twos report

"Stirling 2s faced up against Watsonian colts - a team which we drew with in the first game of the season knowing a win would see them clear of the relegation zone. Stirling started on the back foot in a firey midfield battle however then began to take control of the...

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