New Members Welcome
Come along to our fun training sessions any Sunday (2.30pm) to try it out for an hour!!
Register your interest here
We are currently enrolling new players (junior and senior) for the 2022-2023 season.
New players wishing to try out hockey before committing to a membership can do so by attending any of our Sunday training sessions.
All you need to do is register for a FREE taster session here:
Introducing Athenry Swans!
Your Local Field Hockey Team
We aim to bring the game of hockey to our local community, to facilitate diversity and learning of new skills amongst our members. Hockey is a non contact sport that provides individuals of all ages with an opportunity to participate in a team orientated environment.
We strive to bring enjoyment to all our members through participation in the sport at a level that suits our members needs.
Athenry is a sporting community that is steeped in tradition. Swan gate is of significant importance to the community in Athenry and we are proud to associate our symbolic connection to Athenry's proud history - lets go Swans!
Benefits of Hockey
A sport for everyone
Hockey is a sport, played on a synthetic astro pitch that facilitates a safe and fun environment.
Hockey is played by juniors from the age of 7 right up to adults and senior citizens within our community.
Hockey is available to all sections of our society to participate in. Social inclusion programs and para hockey are actively supported within our club.
The sport can be played at speed or walking pace - as dictated by the members playing the game. We cater for all levels.
Skills to be learned through participation include:
The Rules of hockey - of which there are many!
... and so much more
Technique is a key element to learn in hockey, in terms of stick work and moves around the pitch
Hockey is a team based sport, that supports building life long relationships through sport inside a team environment
Hockey is fun - why not try it out and see for yourself?
Playing gives players an opportunity to practice what they learn