Friends, family, fun and field hockey! Join us to celebrate the beginning of the season 2023-2024 with this first edition of our club's Homecoming Day on 30 September. All members of the LHC, all ages, but also all your friends, neighbours and family who want to discover hockey, and hopefully join us this new season, are invited to come!

Submit the below form and payment no later than 23 September to register for our Homecoming Day on 30 September 2023 (don't forget to make your BBQ choice between bread-sausage, hamburger or veggie burger!)!



10 am - 11 am : Training for Mini's, U6 and U7 boys and girls

Matches : 

11.00 - U12 Boys play against LARA

12.00 – U7 Boys play against Louvain-la-Neuve // U7 Girls play against LARA

13.30 – U16 Girls play against Ombrage

15.00 – U16 Boys play against Jaguar

Activities :

10 - 11 am : Umpiring training for the small pitch rules

12 - 2 pm : Barbecue

3 - 4 pm : Snack (cakes)

4.30 - 5.30 pm : Umpiring training for the small pitch rules


Looking forward to see you all, to support our Youth teams and share good moments around the pitch...

It's not just GAME DAY... it's SUPER SUNDAY

Our Ladies and Men's teams will pick up their stick on 24 September 2023 for a match against one of their pool opponents!

We look forward seeing plenty of happy faces (old, new, non-playing too), so please come along to cheer them, and catch up with your club- and teammates.

Game day preview:

12:00 - 13:30 : LHC Ladies vs Meetjesland

12:30 - 14:30 : Barbecue (bread and sausage, hamburger or veggie burger)

15:00 - 16:30 : LHC Men's vs Leopard


Click on the below link to submit your registration no later than 17 September so we have an idea on numbers for catering!


Dear hockey friends,

We hope you all enjoyed your summer! Please find below the training schedule for season 23/24.

The club usually runs outdoor training from end of August until end of November and from early March to the end of June. Weekly training sessions for the upcoming season will start on Monday September 4 and are as follows:

For any question, please contact

Love field hockey? LHC’s  summer camp is a great way to keep your stick on the ball throughout the summer months and sharpen your skills! During the morning training block our Head Coach Fede will focus on technical training, while the afternoon will focus on technical skill application and tactical development through small and full field games.


Where ? Luxembourg Hockey Club - Boy Konen
When ?  28-8-2023 to 1-9-2023 (5 days)
09:00 to 17:00  - Surveillance from 8:30 until 9:00
Languages ? French & English
Age groups? 5Y-9Y and 10Y-15Y
Food ? Snacks not included: please bring healthy snacks; Lunch not included
Price ? 190.00€



Saturday October 3
U9 Girls : Hannut - Luxembourg : 3-2
U9 Boys : White Star - Luxembourg : 1-11
U11 Girls : Embourg - Luxembourg : 5-0
U12 Boys : Luxembourg - Léopold : 4-1
U12 Boys : Léopold - Luxembourg : 4-2
U16 Girls : Luxembourg - Huy : to be rescheduled
U16 Boys : Luxembourg - Ixelles : 1-2
U19 Boys : Luxembourg - Embourg : 3-5
Sunday October 4
Men (Belgian League) : Luxembourg - Zaid : 1-2
Ladies (Open League) : Embourg - Luxembourg : 0-5
Saturday September 26
U9 Girls : Luxembourg - Jaguar : to be rescheduled
U11 Girls : Luxembourg - Huy : 5-0
U12 Boys : Léopold - Luxembourg : 4-1
U16 Girls : Luxembourg - Huy : 2-1
U16 Boys : Louvain-La-Neuve - Luxembourg : 2-3
U19 Boys : Lara - Luxembourg : 5-0
Sunday September 27
Men (Belgian League) : Stix - Luxembourg : 3-2
Ladies (Open League) : Ombrage - Luxembourg : 0-7
Saturday September 19
U9 Girls : Luxembourg - Racing 2 : 7-1
U9 Boys : Luxembourg - Hannut : 6-5
U11 Girls : Namur - Luxembourg : 8-0
U12 Boys : Luxembourg - Louvain La Neuve : 12-2
U16 Girls : Luxembourg - La Rasante 2 : 4-1
U16 Boys : Primerose - Luxembourg : postponed
U19 Boys : Luxembourg - Orée 3 : 4-1
Sunday September 20
Men (Belgian League) : Luxembourg - Jaguar : 4-0
Ladies (Open League) : Luxembourg - La Rasante : 2-1
Saturday September 12
U9 Girls : Racing - Luxembourg : na
U11 Girls : Luxembourg - Jaguar : 5-5
U12 Boys : Jaguar - Luxembourg : 0-2
U14 Boys : Louvain-La-Neuve - Luxembourg : 1-1
U16 Boys : Luxembourg - Jaguar : 4-1
U19 Boys : Luxembourg - Huy : 3-7
Sunday September 13
Men (Belgian League) : Tournai - Luxembourg : 4-3
Ladies (Open League) : La Rasante - Luxembourg : 0-8
Saturday September 5
U9 Boys : Luxembourg - Huy : 3-3
U16 Girls : Luxembourg - Waterloo Ducks : 11-1
U16 Boys : Leopold - Luxembourg : 4-1
U19 Boys : Verviers - Luxembourg 3-0
Sunday September 6
Men (Belgian League) : Luxembourg - Taxandria : 1-1 



Hockey Federation Luxembourg (HFL) has been selected by the  European Hockey Federation (EHF) to be part of its Twinning Program. This program consists of two years of collaboration and learning between a young hockey federation and an experienced hockey club. This year Netherlands Hockey Federation (KNHB) is the major contributor to the EHF initiative. Dutch clubs have been selected to collaborate with European hockey federations.


We are pleased to announce HFL is twinning with the Dutch club HV Weert. HV Weert is located in the south east of the Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. University students founded the club in 1938. The club now counts 730 members and proposes competitive and leisure hockey. HV Weert has more than 50 teams, amongst youth, adults and veterans groups. They play on a regional as well as on a top national level.


The Twinning Program and collaboration with HV Weert will be a major step forward for HFL and will help us reach a higher level of hockey in Luxembourg at all levels, supporting the promotion, development and growth of our sport. HFL will strive to better its organization by learning from the expertise and experience of our partner, HV Weert.


The program consists in exchange visits in the Netherlands and in Luxembourg to share ideas and experience the organization and day-to-day life of the partner in real life. More frequent video conferencing will be organized as well as direct communication.


Following a first meeting between HV Weert and HFL representatives, a program will be worked out around three key areas for our organization:


  • Sport policy and coaching strategy;
  • Youth development plan, volunteer enrollment and membership growth;
  • Social life and club culture.


During the course of the program we will also work on common tournaments for youth and adults, technical clinics, trainer collaboration and umpiring.


The willingness to extend the two years Twinning Program collaboration to a friendly and long-term relationship between HV Weert and HFL has been commonly expressed by both parties.


The HFL team leading the project is headed by Ignacio Gomez-Acebo, sports director, together with Jimena Perez, social life coordinator, and Ivan Bouillot, youth coordinator.


HV Weert team is composed of Manon Eijsvogel, coach, trainer and project manager, Natasja Princen, Board member and team manager, and René Eijsvogel, coach and trainer.


We thank the EHF, KNHB and HV Weert for supporting HFL. We are looking forward to work and develop strong relationships with HV Weert.



We are happy to announce the Twinning Programme between Hockey Federation Luxembourg and Dutch Club of Weert.
"We are looking forward to a wonderful exchange of knowledge, experience and passion which will bring Hockey to the next level"





Beginning 2019, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) launched a brand new world-class competition: the FIH Pro League. Every year, this competition will bring together the best hockey countries in the world, men's as well as women's teams, who will compete against each other between January and June in home and away games.

More information and tickets through the following link : 

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