Fees & Parking Permits
The “NO PAY, NO PLAY” rule applies to all players.
You need to be BOTH a paid member of the Club, as well as registered with Hockey Victoria (HV) in order to play. Fees for each membership type can be found in the website Shop.
Club memberships are to be paid by purchasing your membership from the Club website’s Shop. See Shop menu item above. Membership can be purchased in the Shop either by “paying fully up-front” or by paying by “3 x monthly instalments” for some membership types.
A late payment fee of $150 is charged for most memberships purchased after 30 July 2020.
Membership instalment plans will not be available after 30 July 2020.
To get your Club membership and HV registration follow the instructions below.
STEP 1: Club Membership –
a) Go to the Club web site’s Shop in the main menu above or via https://phskhockey.org.au/memberships/.
N.B. A new Men’s Open Age Midweek competition is been introduced this year and replaces the Men’s 35+ competition. If you wish to play either Midweek and / or Masters in addition to Seniors, use the Seniors membership and select the option to also play in the Masters / Midweek.
b) In the Shop, find and add your membership type (e.g. Seniors, Masters/Midweek, Juniors etc.) to your shopping cart.
Note, the late payment charge applies after the above dates.
c) Checkout and pay for your membership online. If you have previously made a purchase in the Shop, you can sign-in using that same account (email address) as you did previously.
STEP 2: Hockey Victoria Registration –
b) Following the instructions, completing your HV registration details, and selecting the appropriate HV Registration.
c) Pay your HV Registration fee.
Albert Park Parking Permits
Details of current Parks Victoria Albert Park Parking Permits can be found at https://www.parks.vic.gov.au/places-to-see/parks/albert-park/things-to-do/car-parking-in-albert-park.
Where do your fees go?
Your fees go towards the clubs own costs such as maintenance, field hire and Hockey Victoria costs. The club subsidies membership fees through the profits made on the canteen and through its fundraising activities so the full costs are not passed on to members. We have limited the increase in fees for early bird payments as we recognise that membership fees represent a significant cost to you. However, an increase in fees has become unavoidable, as a result of significant increases to our cost base, specifically:
- Hockey Victoria team registration fees.
- Rising coaching costs as the club has responded to feedback from members to provide dedicated coaching for the top two senior teams for the men’s and women’s sections and coaching for the metro teams.
Payment of membership fees is a responsibility of all club members as this enables both the club to function efficiently and effectively and you to enjoy the game on the field. As well as the above, membership fees cover the following:
- Pitch hire (Albert Park and State Hockey Centre)
- Umpiring costs
- Facilities (licences, light and power, maintenance and repairs)
- Club administration
Please contact the VP in charge of your section of the club if you have any questions.
Powerhouse St Kilda Hockey Club Men’s Section will be fielding 6 open-age sides in 2016 and welcome any new players for the following teams:
- Premier League
- Premier League Reserves
- Pennant B
- Pennant F
- Metro A/B (two teams)
PL & Reserves Tuesday: 7:00 – 8:30pm @ State Hockey Centre Thursday: 7- 8:30-pm @ Albert Park (warm up from 6:30pm) Pennant & Metro Tuesday: 8:30-10:00pm @ Albert Park
We welcome anyone and everyone from new players, international travellers to juniors – we encourage you to get involved in the Senior teams listed.
- Vic League 1
- Vic League 1 Reserves
- Pennant A
- Pennant D
- Metro A
Tuesday: 7.00 -8.30pm @ Albert Park Thursday: 8.30 – 10pm @ Albert Park (warm up from 8pm)
Powerhouse Juniors welcomes all new players from beginners to experienced players. In 2016 we have 6 mixed teams entered in the Hockey Victoria Winter Competition, including Shield and District teams from U12 – U16s. We also offer a great U10 local competition as part of the Central Flames which is played on a 1/4 field and uses modified hockey rules. This was successfully implemented in 2015 with great success. The Club also offers a Hookin2Hockey program for beginners. During the Summer Season, Powerhouse Juniors are also very active in Summer 6s played at Melbourne High School on Friday nights and Indoor Hockey.
Preseason dates to be confirmed. Regular training for Juniors is at Albert Park Hockey and Tennis Centre (Hockey Drive, St Kilda) and starts week of 11th April 2016. U10s/H2H – Mondays U12s -Tuesdays U16s – Wednesdays U14s – Thursdays
Masters hockey provides an excellent opportunity for players aged 35+, both new and experienced, to enjoy playing hockey with flexible mid-week play, when growing families or busy lifestyles make weekend play difficult. We have a range of Masters teams available, and one of them is sure to provide the right competitive and/or social environment to suit your playing requirements.
- Men’s Masters 35+ & 45+: Monday evenings
- Men’s Masters 50+: Wednesday evenings
- Women’s Masters 35+: Wednesday evenings