Southgate Super Saturday


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Southgate Hockey Club today announces its plans to break the domestic league attendance record staging the biggest hockey event at the club in recent history on Saturday March 4th

The event will centre around a double header of two league matches firstly a Vitality Women’s England Hockey League East Conference between Southgate Women’s 1 and Bishops Stortford Women’s 1 before the Mens 1’s under coach Kwan Browne take on Old Loughtonians M1 in what could be a promotion deciding local derby.

This ambitious day will see Southgate bringing in a big screen, stadium seating, local schools and community groups as well as commentators, TV cameras and even a brass band. The games will be live streamed via the club website.

Club Secretary Alastair Whatley explains that, “Hockey is a fantastic game to watch live, Southgate is fortunate to have a wonderful facility in the middle of Trent Park just 35 minutes from the centre of London in which to host big games of hockey. Inspired by the work of other clubs and the Y1 hockey championships we want to up our game and set the bar a notch higher. We hope our March 4th Super Saturday will bring a new local audience to hockey and given them a great day out. It’s ambitious, it’s exciting and the scale of what we are attempting is only just a bit intimidating. We may not get it 100% right, but we are giving it everything and we hope others in the wider hockey family will follow and continue to push the envelope of what hockey can be.”

The idea of breaking the domestic league attendance record was inspired by an article in The Hockey Paper which suggested the record stood at around 700 people. Club Chairman Neil Murphy said, ’The record is a bit of fun, it has already generated a fair bit of interest on social media with the upshot being it seems that nobody really knows what the record attendance is. We hope to count over 1000 people on 4th March, that will be a record for us and possibly a record for the league as far as we understand it. More importantly it’s flag pole in the stand and we want others to move it further up the beach. Top Hockey should attract top crowds. Southgate Hockey Centre was built for this, it is time we started delivering on the ambition of our predecessors”

The 4th March sees 9 home games of hockey being played by teams across the National, London and East Leagues with ages 13-85 taking part. Entry is free to the public with schools and groups packages available which includes food, drink and covered seating.

Mens Head Coach Kwan Browne whose team sits top of their league pushing for promotion to the premier division of English Hockey says of the event,

“As a player, coach and supporter, I am incredibly excited to be part of Southgate’s push to create and enjoyable player and supporter experience. Attracting kids from all background and areas to hockey could only be positive and if one kid a few years from now picks up hockey because of this event it would be a success!”

Profits from the day will be donated to there charities including Worldwide Cancer Research and The North London Hospice where the club’s Women’s third team captain Caroline O’Brien sadly passed away earlier this season from cancer, following the event club members Ella Duthie and Lewis Hollett will subsequently be running the London Marathon in aid of both charities. The day will also be raising money for The Southgate Sports and Leisure Trust which helps care and look after the Hockey Centre for future generations to enjoy.

Priority booking is open for Schools, Groups and Hospitality tickets:

Limited Parking available, public transport is advised

15:30pm Southgate Womens 1s vs Bishop’s Stortford Womens 1s’ 17:30pm Southgate Mens 1’s vs Old Loughtonians Mens 1’s


For further information please contact Alastair Whatley: / 07584 486769

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Southgate Hockey Centre
Snakes Lane

Limited Parking available, public transport is advised

15:30: Southgate Women’s 1s vs Bishop’s Stortford Women\s 1s’ 17:30: Southgate Mens 1’s vs Old Loughtonians Mens 1’s


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