Sunday, July 21, 2024

UK summer hockey camps: Williams Hockey Coaching

The aim of Williams Hockey Coaching is to give players, no matter what their level or age, a clear picture as to how they can take their next step forward. Hockey is a simple game but no one should ever confuse that with the hard work that is needed to get better and to reach the higher levels. This includes understanding that when it comes to basic skills, “basic” doesn’t mean “simple”.  


Work hard, get better. What could be more fun than that?

What they say

No tricks, no drones, no gimmicks. Just quality coaching from an experienced team led by a former Australian player and National League players. 


Outfield: Y Goalkeeping: Y Day camps: Y Residential camps: N

Customer testimonial

“Both my teenagers (one GK and one outfield) have loved the coaching given by WHC over many years. They have benefited immensely from what they have learnt, the coaching has always been tailored to their needs and level, placing them in groups of other like-minded players and  encouraging them to do better.”

Notable coaches

Todd Williams (ex-Australian player and Advanced Level coach), Drew Blackburn (Oxford Hawks Talent Academy Coach), Oxford Hawks HC National League players.

Ages of children catered for

6 – 18 from beginners to junior age group level

Camp location and dates

Summer Camp: Monday August 22 – Wednesday August 24

Oxford Hawks Hockey Club, Banbury Road North, Oxford, OX2 8EQ

The summer coaching program starts on July 11 and run throughout the holidays


We use an online booking system for all our camps. Our Lorna McCulloch Bursary Fund provides assistance for any player or family needing support. Session Prices start from £20. Camp days from £50

Williams Hockey Coaching

Contact email/phone

Company website

Follow us on social media to see what we are about!

Twitter @hockey_williams FB @williamshockeycoaching

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