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ISCI Field Hockey Jakarta

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Ken Allan +62 816 815405 [email protected]
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Deny Fahruddin +62 813 14050300 [email protected]

ISCI Hockey website

Membership

There is currently no annual/periodic charge for Membership of the ISCI Ladies or ISCI Men’s teams, which are open to men, women and children of all nationalities. “Pay when you Play” applies at Rp. 100,000/week (whether you play once or twice per week).

About ISCI Hockey

A very socially inclined club that aims to be competitive in tournaments and leagues, and provides the forum for people (50% of which are expats) to play field hockey once or twice a week. Frequent overseas tours and participation in/organization of local competitions ensures regular games and interaction with other hockey clubs from around Indonesia and the Region. All welcome, beginners included.

Regular practices/games are held at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports complex in Senayan on an artificial turf pitch (marked on most maps, use the entrance opposite Taman Ria Senayan). Wednesday nights are under lights (8pm), and Saturday afternoons at 4pm get the best part of the day. The pitch is Olympic standard water-based synthetic turf. Equipment can be purchased here, or borrowed, and turf shoes are advisable.

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