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Come out and Play!



There are a number of great clubs around Ontario for you to play, learn, and grow with! Head over to our Clubs page to find a club near you. 

High School:

High School field hockey is a fall sport played in most regions in Ontario. Many middle schools also play field hockey! Find information on high school field hockey here


University field hockey in Ontario is a women's only sport - played across a number of top universities. Learn more information on the latest in university hockey!

High Performance:

The aim of the High Performance Program is to provide high calibre performance training and competition opportunities to athletes with provincial and national level aspirations. FHO is committed to implementing a quality-training environment, which fosters excellence, growth, education and support for all participants.

FHO offers provincial teams for boys and girls, men and women, ages U15, U18 and U23, where athletes have the chance to represent Ontario, play against other provinces and be seen by national team coaches.

See your 2020 Ontario teams here

FHO also offers high performance training for those athletes selected to the Junior Development Squad, and the Quest for Gold Program.  Learn more about the Quest for Gold Program here.

Ontario has a rich tradition of excellence, sending our players to compete for Canada’s National Teams. 

To find the list of athletes on the Canadian Senior Squads and Junior Development Squads please click here for senior men and junior men and here for women

Rules and Regulations:

Want quick access to the rules of hockey? The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has created an app for that available on android and iOS.

Reminder - everyone involved in field hockey in Ontario should have an active membership. The membership period is from Sept 1st to August 31st of every year.

Want to know more about the benefits of registering as an FHO member or club? Check out this post.

Not sure about the policy for transferring between clubs? Check it out here, on page 3 under 'Transfer of Membership from one affiliated Club to another affiliated Club'.