We are a friendly club in Bristol keen to welcome new players of all abilities. We field two teams and we play in winter and summer leagues.


We value to the social side of our club as much as the hockey and try to arrange regular social events from beer festivals, wine tasting, and fancy dress nights out.


Would you like to join in? Come and see us or come along to training.


Don\\\'t forget the social side of our club. We arrange regular social events such as bowling, beer tasting, roller discos and bubble football

Summer Tournaments!

We play throughout the summer in leagues and tournaments.


BAC AGM Saturday 8th April 7pm


To Do:

Vote via the e mail sent by Sally

Be there

Let Sally or your captain know if you’re coming or not.

Decide if you want a post on the committee


Lydney2 0 – BAC 4 (18/03/17)


Written By: Sally Curnow

A bit of a lie in this week as it was a later than normal start for BAC. The away game against Lydney saw us setting off to another country, so with our passports packed and money changed up we were off!

After a few minor issues on the way, which included one car pulling some illegal moves at border control, Becky doing some birthday sick and WP ending up 455 miles in the wrong direction, we were finally on the pitch and ready to go!

BAC v Pucklechurch 6-1 (11/03/17)


Written by:  Crufts Man of the Match Maz the Super Defender – best in breed.

BAC were back on home turf this week and welcomed Pucklechurch to the Abbeywood Stadium of Dreams. In preparation this week we were working on discipline and timing, and toilet training. We also had a focus group working on good manners as demonstrated by Captain Tinny and the art of friendly conversation with your opponents. We were missing Dave and our mascot Ratty McRat Face who were starting their own Watergate scandal – together…

Old Bristolians3 3 – BAC 7 (04/03/17)


Written by: Dave ‘injured hand’ Gardner

Buoyant from their 7-1 win the previous week, BAC were determined to continue their winning ways.

It didn’t take long for BAC to take control and with some quick runs by the midfield; the BAC forwards found themselves with opportunities in the D. Perseverance paid off and by half time Tinny had put away two goals and Sledger the third.