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Underwater hockey, a team sport played with sticks and a lead puck at the bottom of a swimming pool, is also known as the supreme anaerobic game due to the fact that players use snorkels to breathe on the water's surface before diving to join the action.  Invented in the UK in the 1950s, it is now played in over thirty countries worldwide.



The Stirling Underwater Hockey Club (SUHC) was established in 2004 with the purposes of introducing and promoting this exciting game in Singapore.

With active members from several countries: Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Belgium, South Africa, Portugal, Netherlands, Australia, Germany
and the UK, SUHC is easily one of the world's most international underwater hockey clubs.  SUHCers range in age from sixteen-year-old teens to seniors in their fiftees, and the group consists of a relatively high proportion of female players (around one-out-of-three are women).

In the past seven years, SUHC has engaged its UWH neighbors Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the Philippines in friendly competition, topping things off by hosting the first Asian Underwater Hockey Championships (the AUHCs) in 2007 here in Singapore.

We invite all sports enthusiasts, fitness buffs, and anyone who simply loves to play in the water to come join us for our twice-weekly games.  Experienced players are on-hand to teach the basics to new players and anyone interested in trying out this exciting team sport


Photos credit: John Heng

Game Schedule

Tuesdays & Fridays

7:00pm to 9:00pm


Pool Entrance Fee: S$1

Club Game Fee: S$6 (members)
S$7 (non-members)