Providing Competitive & FUN Field Hockey Training for All Ages
Horizon FHC fields teams in the winter indoor season and spring outdoor season to compete and local, regional and national tournaments. Teams are given elite training from passionate and experienced coaches!
Camps & Clinics
Camps and clinics are available to any player interested in improving their game. Our annual summer camp is for players entering 1st grade through 9th grade. Horizon FHC clinics are offered throughout the year in various formats for beginner players through the elite athlete.
Horizon FHC attends several national and regional tournaments along the east coast to provided serious competitive opportunities to players seeking college hockey and elite level play. Tournaments include: USAFH's Nat'l Hockey Festival, Shooting Star Thanksgiving, Disney Field Hockey Showcase, Ultimate Events East Coast Turf Cup...and more!
SPRING TRAINING PROGRAMS NOW OPEN!
Horizon FHC will be fielding teams for the spring in all age divisions! We will have two programs (Elite & Travel) for players of all abilities. Elite teams require a tryout but all players are eligible for the travel division. Sign up now!
Horizon Field Hockey Club News
Seven Horizon FHC teams have either been accepted to or qualified for the 2019 National Indoor Tournaments. Run over three weekends in February/March, the NITs bring the best competition from around the nation to compete for Pool Championships! This year the following teams will compete for Horizon: U12 Spark U14 Blue U14 Orange U16 Fire…Read More
Horizon U16 Flash finished in FIRST PLACE in the Aerial Flight at the 2019 Disney Field Hockey Showcase. After a four year hiatus, Horizon teams returned to Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex to compete against competition from the U.S. and abroad. The championship game pitted Horizon Flash against Jersey Intensity who they had…Read More
The 2018 National Indoor Tournament proved to be Horizon FHC’s finest with two teams taking home GOLD as pool champions! U14 Blue under the direction of Head Coach Alison Miraglia and Assistant Coach Leah Angstadt broke the “second place curse” that has long plagued Coach Alison and Coach Leah! After dropping their first game 0-2,…Read More