The Sierra Leone Hockey Association is the controlling body for all hockey activities in Sierra Leone. It currently represents over 150 players spread across 13 teams, of which five are currently active. The Sierra Leone Hockey Association is member of the International Hockey Federation, FIH (Fédération Internationale de Hockey) and the African Hockey Federation (AHF).
The Sierra Leone Hockey Association currently counts five active teams which are currently all located in the capital Freetown. If you live in Freetown and are interested in joining the trainings, then please reach out to the individual coaches or managers. If you are interested in opening a new team, please also reach out to the coaches, who can give you guidance.
Abdul R Sankoh
+232 78 050744
+232 78 308208
Mussaffie A. Kay
+232 77 794301
Mohamed Wurie Bah
+232 79 551117
Ibrahim A Kanu
+232 78 914639
+232 77 400700
Michael Musa Sesay
+232 77 231413
We all met at university, where we were either active or founding members of the university’s field hockey club. Dominique Paul became aware of a request to collect field hockey equipment in a forum of the UN website. From this arose the idea to take this into our own hands due to our passion for the sport and relationships with European players.
Cornelius played at Uhlenhorst Mülheim and later for the U18 German national team with which he won the European championship in 2014. He currently works in finance.
Dominique played at the Marienburger SC in Cologne since he was five years old. He is currently studying biostatistics in his master's in Zurich.
Tatjana played at ESV Munich and co-founded a start-up that helps individuals around the world to learn to code.
Pauline played at HC Wacker München. She works at a communications consultancy.
Philipp first played hockey at the age of 7 for the Hamburg Polo Club. Philipp has just finished his Master in Business Analytics and is now working in Berlin.
From the age of 6 Carolin played for HTC Stuttgarter Kickers. Since graduating with her bachelor's degree this spring, Carolin has been taking a gap year and is currently working in consulting.