Fees & Subscriptions 2012/13
This page shows how much it costs to join and play for Chelmsford Hockey Club in the 2012/13 Season. These prices have been calculated by the Treasurer to ensure that the club does not run at a loss.
Due to the success of the club and the quality of the facilities at Chelmer Park it is necessary that the fees and subscriptions are revised annually. Below are the fees that have been set at the Club AGM.
How much does it cost to join?
How much does it cost to play?
Match fees are collected by the captain after the match, please make every effort to pay your captain on time especially if you are leaving immediately after the match. If for some reason you end up playing more than one game per day, then you are only due to pay one set of match fees, please inform the captain of your second match that this is the case.
Training fees(for Youths up to and including Year 8 only, that is the lower 2 sections above).
When do I pay my annual subs?
Annual subscriptions are due at the start of the season - 1st September - or, for new members, upon election. Subscriptions can be paid up to the end of December, but for each month past September the fee will increase. Late payment of annual subscriptions will result in the member being barred from playing until the arrears are cleared or, in some cases, expulsion from the Club.
How do I pay my annual subs?
You can pay by cash or cheque made payable to Chelmsford Hockey Club, or through bank transfer (See form or speak to Treasurer) the money plus the completed subscription form (Adult / Youth) may be given to Team Captains or sent directly to the membership secretary at:
You can also pay your subscriptions through direct debit, to do this please complete the attached form (in Forms) and give it to either your team captain or the relevant membership secretary. There is a slight premium for paying by direct debit.
What is Associate Membership?
Associate Membership may apply to either: a. playing members of any age who play on an infrequent of occasional basis, or b. non-playing members (coaches, umpires, parents, etc,) who give service to the Club. As well the right to enjoy all the amenities offered by the Club, Associate Membership entitles the holder to attend and vote at an AGM or EGM.
What is Social Membership?
Social Membership may apply to those who merely wish to enjoy the social facilities and amenities offered by the Club. The holder is not entitled to vote at an AGM or EGM.