England Hockey ClubMark

EH ClubMark
Welcome to the ClubMark accreditation system for hockey - England Hockey ClubMark. This process is more streamlined than ever and hopefully a useful tool for your club.

ClubMark is now available to all clubs and can be accessed through the Club Portal by clicking here. If you are interested in starting ClubMark please contact your Relationship Manager - you can find their details here.
Why complete ClubMark?
Following the consultation with clubs on “What Makes a Great Club?” combined with Sport England’s review of all things ClubMark, England Hockey have devised a hockey specific accreditation system. 

The ClubMark process has been structured to make it easy to follow, encompassing a minimum operating standard and ensuring that the criteria is relevant to all clubs. There are 15 statements to complete and the system is linked to the affiliation portal to minimise duplication.

What is the purpose?
England Hockey ClubMark is designed to set a minimum operating standard for clubs to achieve and ensure that the appropriate risk assessments policies and procedures are in place. It is a tool for clubs to check that they have the basics in place. 

We know that many clubs will already be meeting the ClubMark standard and in some cases going above and beyond the minimum requirement. Through the ClubMark process we strongly encourage clubs to evidence this through the ClubMark system. 

ClubMark is your portal to show a true reflection of your club, the system also allows you to use it as a document storage system.  Through your Relationship Manager you may be encouraged to showcase yourself further or think about the next step and bigger picture.

For those clubs that complete the process they are able to use the ClubMark logo on their website and display their accreditation certificate. 

As ClubMark is designed to provide recognition to high quality clubs we have striven to make England Hockey’s ClubMark a tool and not a task!

Please click here to read about Sale HC's ClubMark journey.