Boys field hockey is growing! USA Field Hockey encourages all clubs to welcome the boys' side of the game to your organization! For those interested in offering boys programming, or if interested in starting a sanctioned boys site please email managerMNT@usafieldhockey.com. Grant funding for start-up sites is available to suitable candidates.

USA Field Hockey encourages all member clubs to embrace field hockey as a sport for all, and a sport for life. Click on the map below for a list of USA Field Hockey member clubs that welcome boys in their programming. USA Field Hockey continues to add boys’ and men’s divisions to National Events as the interest grows. Boys who do not participate in a club but would like to play at National Events are welcome to sign up as individual guest players.

There are currently four USA Field Hockey Boy’s Regional Training Sites in the United States. USA Field Hockey in interested in working with qualified coaches throughout the country who are interested in developing training and competition opportunities specifically for youth boys. Several Regional Training Sites serve as development sites for Men’s Junior High Performance programming.

If you’re an athlete aspiring to play at the highest levels we have regional centers and regional High Performance Centers that provide additional training on top of your club/ school program. These centers are the next step in the Men's Olympic Development Pathway to ultimately play for the junior and senior U.S. Men's National Teams.

For more information on the East Coast High Performance Center, contact Maryse Govaert at eastcoasthpc@gmail.com.
For more information on the Northern California/Bay Area High Performance Center, contact Steve Danielson at steve.danielson@gmail.com.
For more information on the Southern California/Ventura County High Performance Center, contact Shawn Nakamura littlenak@aol.com

The California Cup, a USA Field Hockey Sanctioned Event, is one of the largest and longest running field hockey tournaments in the world. The tournament is held annually on Memorial Day weekend in Moorpark, Calif. and features multiple age groups for boys.

Held each year from February to early March, the National Indoor Tournament (NIT) is held at several locations around the United States to accommodate all age groups and participating athletes. The NIT includes age divisions for boys in the U-10 Co-Ed, U-12 Co-Ed, U-19 and Adult divisions.

The first edition of the 2020 Boys Blast Series took place from Saturday, January 18 to Monday, January 20, 2020 in Miami, Fla. This set the platform for the growing initiative to support the growth of the game for boys. The inaugural weekend included 12-years-old and older participants partake in the three-day event which included a clinic followed by an all-boys series of competitive matches. More editions of the Boys Blast Series are planned later in 2020. 

National Hockey Festival

Also one of the longest running field hockey tournaments in existence, the National Hockey Festival is held each year on Thanksgiving weekend and features youth and adult age divisions. IN 2019, Festival also added an All-Boys U-17 7v7 Tournament and clinic to provide more playing opportunities.