Women’s League

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Join our historical league

The founders of what is now known as “NCFHA” met for the first time on December 22, 1925. Since then, the organization has taken many shapes. Today, we host two series of competitions, one in the Fall for all skill levels and a more competitive series in the Spring. We also offer several coed tournaments throughout the year. Learn more about our playing opportunities below or explore all adult playing opportunities.


FALL OPEN series

From September 15th to November 24th, NCFHA will host a series of competitions on Sunday mornings at UC Berkeley for women to practice and compete in an environment that promotes skill development and community building. There will be 6 teams made up of players from all skill levels.

  • Dates: September 15, 22, 29; October 13, 20, 27; November 3, 10, 17, 24

  • Time: 8-11:45am (each team will play one game)

  • Location: Underhill Field, Berkeley, CA

  • Cost: $180

  • Eligible Athletes: All hockey players who identify as female are welcome to participate. In addition, high school athletes without a high school team are eligible to compete in this league.

Frequently Asked Questions


SPRING INVITATIONAL SERIES

The newest opportunity for competitive women’s field hockey takes place in the Spring. In an effort to raise the level of performance, players who are identified as All Stars in the Fall participate in a series of events against other high-level players in the area. The winning team from this series is eligible to represent Northern California at the USFHL National Championship. In 2019, The Olympic Club represented NorCal and brought home the trophy for 1st place!

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masters

The USA Field Hockey Masters Team is for athletes over 35 years old, competing in the FIH (International Hockey Federation) Masters Hockey World Cup. If you will be over 35 years old in 2020 and would be interested in local Masters playing opportunities, please email VP@NCFHA.org for more information. You can also add yourself to the National Database of players on the Contact page of the Masters website to find out more about playing opportunities.


tournaments

Coming Soon. Check out the Events page for the entire Community Calendar.


Want more information?

If you would like to be added to our email distribution list to learn more about upcoming playing opportunities, please complete our New Player Form.

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NCFHA is a volunteer-run organization. If you would like to learn more about our Board of Directors and bylaws click here.