Field Hockey Camps, Training and Competition in Cuba

fieldhockeyField hockey coaches and athletes travel with us to Cuba each year. We are an official representative of the Cuban Field Hockey Federation, the national sport governing body and have access to all levels of facilities, coaches, players and officials in Cuba. Our Cuba sports trips are custom-designed to provide the number of games, clinics, workshops, training sessions you want, and to match you with Cuban filed hockey teams of similar age and skill levels. In addition we offer cross-cultural and educational experiences that the ordinary visitor simply can not access. Our Cuban staff take care of setting up all aspects of your trip including arranging all sports activities, transportation, accommodation, meals and local facilitators.

Coming to Cuba with your team has many advantages:

  • Competitions and Tournaments
  • Learn from elite Cuban athletes and coaches
  • World Class Facilities
  • Accommodation, comfort and sunshine
  • Safety and a unique culture

To help you decide if a Field Hockey tour to Cuba would be right for your team simply read what other Field Hockey coaches and managers say about Cuba. At anytime, feel free to request a Field Hockey information package. The information package contains a free video, sample itineraries, ball park pricing, list of the services provided… we do just about everything… setting up the sports activities, arranging meals, accommodation, transportation, a list of references and more.

Thank you. We were completely satisfied with all the arrangements. The organization and quality of the activities, events and competitions was first class. A highlight was the opportunity to interact with the Cuban players, coaches and officials.”
Brian Johnson, Coach, North Toronto Collegiate, Toronto, ON

The service from the people in the organization was outstanding. All aspects of the trip were very good. The athletes that we competed against were skillful and superb opponents for our team. The quality of the hockey being played in Cuba is very high.”
Cheryl Creelman, Coach, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON