Luton Hockey Club History
Luton Hockey Club were founded in 1950 by a gang of keen school-leavers. At that time the club only had one team, playing homes games on grass at Knightshayes Court , courtesy of Sir John Amory.
There was no electricity at the ground and away games were often travelled to on the train. Despite this the players remained enthusiastic and lasting friendships were made.
Fifty eight years on, this small non-league club has grown from strength to strength and now boasts three league sides and a strong junior membership.
The 1st team play in Area Central having finished 4th last season there highest ever league position The 2nd play in Sedgemoor two and 3rd play in Sedgemoor 3 they are hoping to improve on last seasons excellent goal averages
Players are trained by qualified coaches from the age of eight upwards every Wednesday, in season, from 6pm for the youngsters and 7pm for senior players on the club’s home ground, the all weather astro pitch at Bolham Road.
The team colours are Royal Blue & white quarter shirts / Navy blue skirts / Royal blue with white topped socks.
Reserve strip -Navy poloshirts / Navy blue skirt / White socks.
Cycling shorts may be worn under the skirt, but must be navy blue and no longer than the skirt. Your club number must be worn on both home and away shirts for all League and County matches.