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Mixed Under 8's - Luton Town HC

Luton Town HC offers specialist coaching and games for children from ages 3 to 14 years old. All sessions are held at Challney Girls School Astro Turf – Addington Way, Luton, LU4 9JF – Click here for directions.

Age Groups
Sunday’s 09:30 – 11:00 am Under 6s - Under 8s - Under 10s - Under 12s - Under 14s Astro Turf - Challney Girls School
Tuesdays 07:30 – 9:30 pm Under 16s - Under 18s Astro Turf - Challney Girls School

There are charges to join training (Membership fees) but we don’t charge for the first 3 sessions, these are taster sessions to see how much your child loves playing hockey.

Training & Tournament Dates

We’re currently working on building a calendar for next season. Click here for a full list of training & tournament dates for all ages: Calendar 2017-18.

Membership Fees & Registration Forms

The fee for under 14’s is £75 which covers September to June on Sundays.

We also offer a direct debit option with 7 monthly payments to help spread the cost throughout the season. You can setup with direct debt through the website on our payments tab: click here.

For those who can only make part of the year, please, contact our Junior Manager and Membership Secretary so we can tailor membership suitable for you. Under 14s have a specific training program and their membership covers their payment to play for the senior teams on Saturday after their 13th birthday.

What should you expect as a parent?

The training sessions for children 10 and under are designed to be fun with learning included in the session, covering basic athletic skills in addition to hockey specific skills, half of the time will be based on a game where the score is irrelevant, tournaments are run throughout the year with teams of mixed ability and gender with the emphasis again on having fun and learning. We don’t have A, B, C teams etc; to ensure that every child experiences winning, losing and playing with children of different abilities. Coaches will encourage positive learning experiences wherever possible.