I play as a U-14 or U-16 player, why can’t I find these memberships?

The U-12 or U-19 designation on athletes' memberships is strictly a USA Field Hockey membership category (as is adult, coach and umpire). This does not affect an athlete's age-group classification for playing. If an athlete is under 12 on the day of purchasing a membership, he/she will be required to have a U-12 membership, and if he/she is under 19 and over 12, a U-19 membership is required.

How do I determine what age division I am eligible for at USA Field Hockey events?

Your age for the entire calendar year of 2018 is determined by how old you are on or before December 31, 2017. Let’s break it down by birth year for you. Find your birth year and identify it with the corresponding age division you are eligible for:

  • U-10 | 2008-2009
  • U-12 | 2006-2007
  • U-14 | 2004-2005
  • U-16 | 2002-2003
  • U-19 |1999-2001

All athletes may play up one whole age division at USA Field Hockey National Events and Sanctioned Events. If a qualifier event for 2018 takes place in 2017 you must play in the age division that corresponds with your age on or before December 31, 2017.

I just renewed my membership for 2016-2017, but my new membership shows as “Pending”. Why?

Your membership account is showing that you have a membership that is still current. The new, pending membership that you just purchased will automatically become current when the old one expires.

I can’t remember my username or password for my Member Account. How do I get in?

To retrieve your password or username CLICK HERE. If you still cannot access your account, please send a message to membership@usafieldhockey.com. Be sure to include your name and membership number.

How do I view or change my club affiliation?

Please see the Club Affiliation FAQs HERE.

What does Participant Accident insurance cover?

USA Field Hockey provides Excess Medical and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) coverage for members while participating in covered activities. CLICK HERE for all information regarding the coverage. Questions regarding specific coverage limitations should be directed to ESIX.