News and Announcements

Stay tuned for the Senior League Fall 2017 Registration which will be opening up soon. We are currently working with TeamPages to get our registration online, which hopefully will be ready to go within the next week.

Program Information

The 62 team league runs from September through March and currently has 6 divisions.

Registration inquiries can be sent to: registration@rfhc.ca.
Age: Players must have turned 13 by December 31st.
Season: The season starts from September through March.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT HAVE A MEN’S TEAM AT THIS TIME. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN FORMING A MEN’S TEAM, PLEASE CONTACT info@rfhc.ca

Current Teams

Richmond Warblers, Championship (previous Div 1)
Richmond Rebels, Division 4
Uniform and Equipment Info

All players require a stick, ball, mouth guard, shin pads and suitable footwear (turf shoes or runners). Please note that soccer boots with multi-studs or blades are not permitted at some of the away games due to artificial turf.

The women’s uniforms consist of a white and green RFHC shirt with a black skirt and dark green Adidas socks. Shorts are not permitted to be worn in accordance to Field Hockey BC rules.

In the meantime if anyone has questions about the league please feel free to email registration@rfhc.ca

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FHBC News Release – 2017 National Championship Festival, July 18th-25th

The 2017 National Championship Festival is almost here! For the first time, we will be hosting the National Championships for both male and female divisions at U15, U18, and U23. In total, 37 teams and nearly 50 officials will descend on Tamanawis Fields in Surrey from July 18th to 25th to show everyone what they’re made of. With such a high calibre of athletes, coaches, and officials coming to the event, the Championships promise to be a true celebration of Field Hockey and we encourage all fans to come out and enjoy the action!

We are thrilled to have fifteen BC teams across all divisions at the 2017 National Championship Festival! Now, you can get to know over 190 of these athletes. Headshots and bios are posted to our website for our eleven U15 and U18 teams, so you can see the all-star talent that will be representing BC this summer.

For more information about the event, including the full National Championship Festival schedule, visit our website: http://fieldhockeybc.com/players/programs_female/girls-train-to-train/

RFHC Player Profiles: U18 Rams, U15 Rams, U15 Royal Lions, U15 White Lions

Good luck to all our BC athletes!

Happy Canada Day!

Posted by Richmond Field Hockey Club at Jul 1, 2017 9:59AM PDT
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I would like to thank the Board of Directors, coaches, managers, players and parents for making the Richmond Field Hockey Club Junior Season a great experience for everyone.

Without your dedication to this sport, we would not enjoy the successes we’ve had to date.

We hope you and your family enjoy the Canada Day celebrations!

Kathleen Wong, President

Would you like to have input on the changes happening at Minoru Park?

The City of Richmond invites the public to participate in the next steps for the future planning of Minoru Park. Vision plan options, activities for all ages and a survey will be available at a open house Saturday June 24 from 11am to 2pm at Minoru Park 7191 Granville Ave (north side of Clement Track).

Attend the drop-in style public open house to review information boards, talk with City Park Planners, participate in activities and complete the survey.

You can also visit www.LetsTalkRichmond.ca from Friday June 23 to Sunday July 16 to learn more about the process.

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The National Championships will be held in BC at Tamanawis Park in Surrey. Representing the Southeast Region are RFHC’s U15 players Brianna Azevedo (Team BC White Lions), Alison Marsh (U15 Team BC Rams) and Christina McDonald (Team Royal Lions) and RFHC’s U16 & U18 players Georgia Booker, Dakota Chan and Aishreet Sander (U18 Team BC Rams). For more information, please visit: http://fieldhockeybc.com

These talented field hockey players have been training since May. See them in action at the India Club Tournament this weekend June 23-Jun 26 at Tamanawis Park in Surrey. For more information and live streaming, visit: http://www.indiaclub.ca/tournament/

Good luck to our Richmond FHC players!