Welcome to Waltham Forest Hockey Club, a sociable, family friendly, community inclusive hockey club.

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Open Day 2023: Sat 9 September 2023

Join us for fun games, challenges, drinks, BBQ and a chance to meet club members. For newbies, youth, Flyerz and all existing adult club members. From 10am to 3.30pm. See timings below! 
New? Feel free to just turn up!

open day 2023


Female Goalkeepers needed for this season 23/24 – massive subs reduction can be negotiated!
We need you!

Waltham Forest are Accessible

Located in North East London in the borough of Waltham Forest. The club is based at Walthamstow Academy School with our top tier teams training and playing on the Olympic pitch at Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre.

Waltham Forest are Inclusive

With five men’s teams, four women’s teams, a mixed team, a large youth section and Forest Flyerz (the nation’s leading disability hockey programme for anyone with a learning or physical disability) 



Waltham Forest are Adaptable

Offering hockey for a wide range of standards, whether you are a dedicated, seasoned pro or have never even held a stick. Our Saturday league teams play in the East Leagues at different levels. We also run FREE Adult Beginners Courses (ABCs) every summer!

Waltham Forest have History

The club badge was designed and hand drawn by ex-Wanstead HC player Paul Lidbury.

Elements of the badge explained

Red Rose of The Hockey Association. Blue Shield of the Essex County Association. White hart or stag and shield/oak trees from the coat of arms of the Borough of Waltham Forest, wearing the red and gold colours of West Essex HC, which amalgamated with Wanstead HC in 1974/75.

Heron, wearing blue and white, the emblem and colours of Wanstead HC, and also part of the coat of arms of the Borough of Wanstead and Woodford. Wanstead HC relocated to become Waltham Forest HC in 1989.


The badge became computer generated with the grass pitch changing to Astroturf and wooden hockey sticks changing to composite.

In the mid-2000s the Essex County shield turned from blue to red.