To bring a higher level of field hockey to all age groups in Northern VA

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Welcome to Potomac Field Hockey!!

Potomac Field Hockey is located in Northern Virginia, and serves hockey players primarily from Loudoun County, Virginia.  We are passionate about field hockey!  Our mission is to promote, teach, and grow the sport of field hockey. 

We accomplish this through leagues for youth and adult, providing opportunities to grow with the game, and potentially to play in college or represent the US on one of the National Teams.  PFH is a member club with USA Field Hockey

Our league is funded entirely by registration fees, equipment profits, and sponsor donations.  Volunteers are critical to our success, and we thank all who support our goals and objectives!

NoVA All Star Tournament-Oct. 29th
The NoVA All-Star Tournament will be held Oct 29
At Bolen Park. Herndon-Reston, Blue Ridge, and KOA teams confirmed to attend. PFH players from each age group will be selected to participate in the NoVA All Star Tournament.  Coaches will be nominating players this week. All-Star team practices held week of Oct 24
Anticipated time blocks:

3/4 Grade - 8:00-11:30
                                 5/6 Grade - 8:00-12:00
                                 7/8 Grade - 11:30-4:00


by posted 10/08/2016
Longstreth Winter Indoor Fundraiser
Need an indoor stick for winter field hockey? 
Or maybe some gifts for the holidays?
Longstreth has everything for your field hockey fan.  From equipment to novelty sticks, jewelry to fun apparel, and they even have Team USA gear online. 
Go To:  and enter promo code:  FRFH66
FREE shipping!  It's that easy! Our club earns 10% of your order and you get

by posted 10/06/2016
Winter Indoor Travel Tryouts-Potomac Rapids

Are you ready for the next level of competition?
Tryouts Start this Week for the

The Potomac Rapids provides competitive indoor hockey programs for U10, U12, U14, U16, and U19 aged players.  You do not have to be an experienced indoor player to try out!  Outdoor and indoor skills are similar but faster-paced and more disciplined.  Good work ethic and coachability are the two biggest things you need.  Indoor Field Hockey can help to improve stick skills, ball control and footwork. 


All tryouts will be held at the Dulles Sportsplex (Sterling).

U10: Wed Oct 19th 5-7pm 
U12: Wed Oct 19th 5-7pm
U14: complete
U16: complete
U19: complete

by posted 09/19/2016
Winter Indoor Training Program
Excited about field hockey? Want to improve your skills over the winter but not ready to commit to the rigors of a travel program?  Join PFH for our Winter Indoor Training Program. USAFH certified coaches will provide a focus on skills and scrimmages each week.  You do not have to be an experienced player to participate in this program!
What is Indoor Field Hockey?  Indoor Field Hockey is played on a court/floor and sticks are lighter and thinner.  The game is similar, but faster.  There are side boards that are used to play the ball (similar to ice hockey).  The main difference is that the ball may not be lifted off the floor except in a shot or flick on goal. 


How Will Indoor Hockey Help My Outdoor Game?  Because of the smooth surface, play is very fast.   This helps players develop their stick skills, timing, and body positioning.  The addition of sideboards helps players think more about passing angles.  This combination vastly improves your outdoor game!  Click here to learn more about indoor hockey.


by posted 09/18/2016
Support your local high school field hockey team!
Loudoun Varsity Field Hockey is in it's inaugural season!  Support your local HS team and watch them play.  The school board voted not to fund girls field hockey, which means each high school team needs to raise about $18,000.00 each!  Every time you attend a game, the money for your ticket goes directly to girls field hockey.  Also continue to support your local team's fundraisers.

by posted 08/29/2016
PFH Questions?

If you have any questions for PFH, check out our FAQ page.  If you still have questions that your coach can't answer, please reach out to our Rec League Commissioner, Charlotte McDonald.  She can be reached at .

by posted 08/22/2016
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