Southern United Hockey Club

Player Information


Players will be formally recognized by the club when they have reached 400, 500, 600, 700 games for Southern United.

When players reached 100, 200, 300 they will be recognized in the wrap.  This will occur once a month.


Register here


As with all amateur sporting organizations, the club’s cash flows and finances are very dependent on its members paying their membership and playing fees on time and in full.  The club reserves the right to not select playing members whose fees are in arrears post Round 1. The club may consider special arrangements for payment of fees due to exceptional financial hardship on a case by case basis.


Training schedule is available here


Fixtures are available here


The SUHC  uniform is available from the Shop at Farm Road and must be worn at all Home and Away games – the only exceptions are the Premier League & Reserve teams which have an official Away top.  In the event of a colour clash – refer to this link for details Clash Summary SUHC then either the Club away top or a plain white top must be worn.  In the event of sock clashes the preference is for the club black socks to be worn which are available from the Shop.  Full clash details are available on the HV website here

Players in junior under 16 Shield teams (A grade) must wear numbered playing tops. Numbers are allocated by the junior section and are available here. Players in Premier league/reserves and pennant women’s and men’s teams also must wear player numbers. Numbers for men are available here, and women here.


General calendar of key events/season dates here


ALL players are required to wear a mouth guard and shin guards at both games and training for safety reasons.   The club will provide Goalkeeping gear for players who want to try out for that position.  For career goalkeepers we suggest that they purchase a kit themselves.

In junior games, ALL players defending in penalty corners MUST wear a face mask. The club provides four face masks per team for this purpose.


Hockey Victoria have advised that players are not allowed to wear fitness monitors unless they are covered with a sweatband or tape.  If not they will be regarded as watches and the players asked to remove them.


Our club is run on volunteers and we are always looking for people to help out with the running of the club – whether at a committee level or someone to turn the sausages on the BBQ.  It is very rewarding being able to help out and we urge you to see what you can do to put back into the club.  If you are unable to help out on the day to day running of the club then you may have a service that you can offer – either way we would be happy to hear from you.  For Volunteering please contact the relevant section leaders or if you have a product or service that you can offer to the club then contact Help offered.


Policies – see Policies, Codes and Statements


All hockey activities sanctioned by Hockey Victoria are covered by the club/Hockey Victoria personal insurance. If you need to access the Hockey Victoria Insurance Program please click here.    Contact No for submitting claims is 1300 134 956. For more details of the policy see here 

  1. Please ensure the injury has been reported on the team sheet if it occurred during a game.
  2. Please feel free to advise the Injury Officers below of your injury.
  3. Please follow the HV Insurance Page   (you have 180 days from the date of the injury to lodge a claim)

Please note:  As per emails sent to participants, the Hockey Equipe indoor competition @ Skateworld is NOT sanctioned by Hockey Victoria and the personal insurance above does not cover participants in this competition.


Steve Duffield – Men’s Section

Deb Ghuliani– Women’s Section

Ben Grant – Junior Section

Suzie Styles – Masters Section


Hockey Victoria Rules


Memo Anti-Doping Policies Educational Resources (4 March 2013) Final