5 men's teams, 4 ladies' teams and too many boys' and girls' teams to mention playing at a vast range of ability levels from regional hockey to a very much slower pace of the game
Our Wildcats coaching takes in boys and girls from age 5 and we have members playing league hockey in their 70s
Our all-weather pitch is our own so we look after it! Wallingford Sports Park, our home, provides us with our own club hut, club room with bar, our own club changing rooms and many opportunities to play other sports such as tennis, squash and even petanque
We offer all of this for some of the cheapest club membership and match fees in southern England, offering discounted membership fees for new members and service personnel
Whether you're a current player looking for a new club or looking to return to hockey after a while we have something to offer you. We are also offering half price membership for all new senior members.
Keep an eye on the calendar below for details of social events and training and please do get in touch with one of our Club Captains for more information.
WALLINGFORD'S ladies 3/4s teams continued their strong form in the White Horse Cup.
Our A side beat Oxford B 2-0 on a cold, wet and windy evening. Kezzi Buss and Kat McEwen scored in the first half as Wallingford dominated the 'Summer League' fixture. The B team followed suit, earning a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Oxford A. Despite falling behind, second-half strikes from Helen Barber and Ellie Lissenden clinched a deserved win.
FIVE Wallingford players have helped Oxfordshire Under 16s make history in winning the South Counties Hockey Championship for the first time.
Eve Potts, Frankie Brown, Nia Geary-Andrews, Leah Merryweather and Elena Musson, who have progressed through the Wildcats, all starred for the county. Oxon triumphed in style, remaining undefeated in eight games, winning five and drawing three. The championship was sealed with a tough 0-0 draw against Surrey and a 2-0 defeat of Bucks, with Frankie on the scoresheet.
RUGFEST is back and promises to be bigger, bright and better than ever before.
Wallingford's summer music festival makes a welcome return on June 22-23. Taking place at Wallingford Sports Park - home of Wallingford HC - it plans to be another weekend to savour. Scouting for Girls are headlining, while there is a George Michael tribute act. There is also plenty to keep the children entertained, with a kids disco, stilt walking and a circus show workshop.
A YOUTHFUL Wallingford ladies 1/2s side delivered a promising performance but suffered a 3-1 defeat against Oxford Hawks C in the Oxfordshire Summer League.
Anabelle Neal scored their only goal as they slipped to a second-straight defeat on Tuesday but, with a couple of 3s players also involved, it is proving to be an important learning experience. Hawks shaded a relatively even first half, but Wallingford created the best chance. However, Phil Morris was unable to get a touch on Neal's ball across the face of goal.
Wallingford conceded twice in quick succession to fall 2-0 behind at the start of the second half. Hawks hit a post, but our ladies looked to get back into the game. Connie Potts saw her strike from a short corner stopped on the line. And they were not to be denied as Morris dispossessed a defender, broke forward and squared for Neal to sweep home with seven minutes to go. Wallingford looked for an equaliser, but the game became stretched and they conceded a third late on.
Over in Abingdon, our ladies 3/4s fielded two teams in the White Horse Cup. Both sides played well and put together a number of fine passing moves. The A team drew 1-1 with Abingdon A, Amy Lissenden finding the net. She then scored a hat-trick as the B side recorded a convincing 4-1 win over Abingdon B. Ginny Light was also on the scoresheet for Wallingford.