Australian U21, Courtney Schonell in action for Beeston.
Beeston Hockey Club welcome talented players from overseas to join the men’s and ladies’ performance squads. The club is based at Nottingham Hockey Centre, the largest club and most prestigious club venue in England
The men’s and ladies teams both play at the highest level in the England Hockey Premier Division and both teams regularly feature players from across Europe and the rest of the world.
The club broadcast all it’s first team home games live through the clubs Apple TV app and YouTube channel, Bee TV. This is a great way for families of overseas players to watch and be part of the Beeston experience.
For the 2020/21 all games to be broadcast on Wednesday evenings on domestic television (Notts TV; channel 7 and Virgin 159). Beeston will be the only club in England to have all their men’s and ladies games broadcast domestic television.
- The hockey season in England runs from September – April
- The club are able to tailor packages for overseas players to include transport and accommodation as well as opportunities to study, coach and work in Nottingham.
- Opportunity to meet new friends and socialise – The club is one of the largest in England with over 700 male, female and junior members. We are a family club at the heart of the hockey community in the East Midlands.
The club’s 1st team squads attracted a number of players from Northern Ireland and overseas during the 2019/20 season.
Jenny Rizzo (USA)
Justine Baily (Belgium)
Agus Fernandez (Argentina)
Courtney Schonell (Australia)
Erin Anderson (Northern Ireland)
Katie McKee (Northern Ireland)
Esther Chan (New Zealand)
Sophie McDowell (Northern Ireland)
Jess Hood (Northern Ireland)
Nadia Benallal (Northern Ireland)
Harriett Dougan (Northern Ireland)
Oriol Roca (Spain)
Jonas Holtmanns (Germany)
Mark Barlow (Northern Ireland)
Matthew Crookshanks (Northern Ireland)
Elliot Barton (Australia)