Fill out the NC Fusion Field Hockey Uniform Request Form. You will receive an email with your assigned number and go to the 431 Sports Website to order your uniform. Uniforms are recommended for Select Development and Select players. All players will be provided with a pinnie as part of registration for the different programs.
How much does it cost to participate in NC Fusion Field Hockey?
Prices vary depending on the program.
Do I need to travel in order to participate in NC Fusion Field Hockey?
All training takes place in the Winston-Salem / Greensboro area. We have recently expanded into Greensboro and are in the process of developing programs that will run in both locations. Intermediate and Advanced players who participate in the Select Development Program and Select Program will travel for state and regional tournaments and play days.
What kind of equipment do I need?
For most programs, we ask that players have shinguards, mouthguard, cleats or turf shoes, and a stick. Equipment can be purchased at Dick’s Sporting Goods or Aerial Field Hockey located in Charlotte (www.aerialfieldhockey.com). You can also order field hockey equipment through Amazon.
*NC Fusion will provide a trial stick for the FREE Clinics for all participants.
Where does NC Fusion Field Hockey train and play?
NC Fusion Field Hockey utilizes a number of facilities for clinics, trainings, and leagues. Here is a list of the main facilities being used:
Truist Sports Park located at 428 Twins Way, Bermuda Run, North Carolina 27006
Phone: (336) 998-42777
Winston-Salem Sportsplex located at 7620 Phoenix Dr, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Phone: (336) 896-0383
Proehlific Park located at 4517 Jessup Grove Road Greensboro, NC 27410
Phone: (336) 665-5233
What seasons are NC Fusion Field Hockey Programs available?
There is something for everyone all year long! The NC Fusion Field Hockey Programs are available in the Winter (December – February), Spring (March – May), Summer (June – August), and Fall (September – November).
Where do I get started if I am new to field hockey?
Start out by attending one of our FREE Clinics in Winston-Salem or Greensboro. You can also jump right into the Recreation Program where we focus on developing a strong foundation and grasp of the game. You will learn the basic skills needed for field hockey in both the clinic and developmental program.
What is Field Hockey?
Field hockey is a field team sport similar to soccer. The game can be played on grass, watered turf, artificial turf or synthetic field. Each team plays with ten field players and a goalkeeper. Players use sticks made of wood, carbon fiber, or fiber glass, to hit a round, hard, plastic ball. The length of the hockey stick is based on the player’s individual height: the top of the stick usually comes to the players hip, and taller players typically have longer sticks. The sticks have a round side and a flat side, and only the flat face of the stick is allowed to be used. Goalies often wear leg pads, chest protector, blocking hand pads and a helmet. The uniform consists of shin guards, shoes, shorts or a skirt, a mouthguard and a jersey.