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 v Frome (20/11/21) 7-2

MATCH REPORT (Meg Jones): A whopping win against Frome for BAC today. We went out with the bare 11, including Covid recoverers and no Sarah (goalie)! Thanks to Alice for stepping up to help us out (legend!!!). The game started with an early goal for BAC, scored by Sledger, starting the game on a strong footing. First half saw us coming out hard with fantastic triangles up both the left and right, winning 4(?) shorts and 2 more goals from Kingers and Tinny, the later of whom scored her post-Covid debut goal from a short corner. Frome’s counterattack was quick off the mark, and we conceded to a two-on-one with the goalie making it 3-1, but another goal from Tinny saw us end the first half 4-1.

BAC v Royal Wootton Bassett (6/11/21) 0-1

MATCH REPORT (Meg Jones): Another week full of drama for BAC, with our captain, Tinny and Sally struck down with COVID, so we had to go out and fight with the bare 11! We got in a strong warm-up and off we went with all the confidence coming off a win the previous week.

BAC v Bath Buccs3 (result 2-4) 16/10/21

Report: Lisa (2 goals) King

After a really positive warm up this week, BAC started the game apprehensively giving Bath Buccs way too much respect and disappointingly found ourselves 0-1 down early on in first half.

Corsham v BAC (result 4-2) 9/10/21

MATCH REPORT (Sally Curnow): (Aka that time I got MOTM) A lunchtime start on the other side of the world (is how the journey felt for Tinny) for BAC this week. Really no need for a warm up, reason being Corsham is in fact on the equator and it was, and this is a guesstimate, 700 degrees. But warmed up we did and off we went….