Cannock Hockey Club are an English field hockey team. They were established in 1905, and are based in the village of Hatherton, near Cannock, Staffordshire. Both the men's and women's first teams play in the England Hockey League Premier Division, the top division of hockey in England. The men's team have been one of the most successful teams in the country in recent years and as of 2008 had won seven national championships in the previous in ten years. They have also provided several international players to England and other national teams.
Their home ground, Chase Park (formerly The Morris Ground), has hosted various national and international tournaments, including the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup in 2000 and 2006. It has also hosted England matches, particularly while the National Hockey Stadium was in use by Milton Keynes Dons football team. Chase Park was also used as a pre-games training venue for the 2012 London Olympics.Cannock Cricket Club is also part of the club; their most famous player of recent years was Kevin Pietersen, before he joined Nottinghamshire CCC.
International players who have played for Cannock include:
Nick Bandurak (England)
Scott Cordon (England)
Charlotte Craddock (Great Britain, England)
James Fair (Great Britain, England)
Harry Jawanda (England)
Michael Johnson (Great Britain, England)
Martin Jones (Great Britain, England)
Jimi Lewis (Great Britain, England)
Stuart Loughrey (Ireland)
Barry Middleton (Great Britain, England)
Justin Pidcock, (England)
Georgie Twigg (Great Britain, England)