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Association & Club Hub

Welcome to the Association & Club Hub - your one stop shop for all resources from Hockey Queensland. 



All-important deadlines and tasks required from HQ to Associations for completion, will be communicated through Tidy and not by email in 2024. If you have not yet received your log in please check your junk mail before reaching out to Michelle on to get your invitation resent.



Info Hub



What Does Hockey QLD Do? 


Membership Levy

What is Play Hockey QLD?

Play Hockey QLD is our pre-season sign-on campaign that is designed to support your hard-work on the ground, through an integrated advertising, media, and marketing campaign.

This includes:

  • TV commercial spots across QLD in major regional Association areas
  • Facebook Ads
  • Google Display Ads
  • Social media posts on all Hockey QLD accounts including Facebook and Instagram.
  • eDirect Mail to Hockey QLD subscribers
  • Advertising Resources for all Associations including templates for flyers, posters, email signatures. Plus any special requests from Associations
  • Media Releases in major Association areas to local media (if Associations request this only)



This integrated campaign advertises hockey state-wide, and sends potential players to our website where they find contact details, and information on your Association and affiliated Clubs.

  1. Check Your Details

Visit the website and use the search functionality to check your association and all club details are correct for the season.  This website is built into the website now and is directly linked to your RevolutioniseSport Association or Club account details.


  1. Association & Club Contact Details – RevSport Find A Club


In 2024, Hockey Queensland will continue using the Club Finder function on our website, so you only have to update your details in one central location each year.

How to change your contact details:

  1. Log into your RevSport account
  2. Go to -> Account -> Account Details
  3. Complete all sections especially:
    1. Basic Details
    2. Additional Information

Please note: every Association and club has to have their Latitude & Longitude input in account details in order to show up in the Club Finder.

Please also check your details are up to date here:


  1. How I Can Help You This Sign On Period

Flyers, Email signatures, Artwork

Our promotional templates will be refreshed for the upcoming season, and distributed when they are available. If you need help creating flyers or marketing materials, contact Danielle at




Local Media: Newspaper, TV Stations

· Send ideas through for a local interesting story for us to try and get free publicity from your local news outlets - if you have any local faces or fun stories about people within your area please let me know. I am happy to help with all media assistance.


Social Media & Website

· Tag @HockeyQueensland (Facebook) and @HockeyQld (Instagram) and we’ll be sure to share with our audience as well.


  1. How You Can Advertise Your New Season Yourself

We have put together some cost-effective marketing ideas that might be helpful for you ahead of the new season. If you need any help, would like to have a chat or get some advice give the Marketing team a call on 07 3399 6577 or email


CLICK HERE to read some Cost Effective Marketing Ideas


If you need assistance in any of these areas, please reach out:

· Local media & stories (ie. newspapers, TV)

· Paid advertising (billboards, newspaper or radio ads etc)

· Flyers, email signatures, posters

· Social media advice or questions



RevSPORT Events - Team Nominations

  • Individual HQ Tournament Team Nomination event link for Association Team Entry
  • HQ will email all event links individually approximately one (1) week prior to the Team Nominations closing for each event.
  • Team Nominations close 4-5 weeks prior to each Tournament commencing.

Team Entry List:

  • RevSPORT Team Entry List access for each Association will open by 5pm the day after Team Nominations close.
  • Associations will be able to access their Teams via RevSPORT Peak Body Teams.
  • Associations will then be able to add their Team Officials (Coach, Assistant Coach, Manager, Umpire and Technical volunteer) to the Team Officials section. All team officials must be registered on your Association RevSPORT portal.
  • Associations will be able to add their age eligible players to their Team Player section. Noting only age eligible players within your Association database will be made available to you to add.
  • Any players from another Association who have been provided temporary clearance to your team will need to be added by Hockey Queensland Competitions Coordinator.
  • Ensure the Player shirt numbers are correct (1-99 only), Captain and Goalkeeper are both identified.

Minimum Age:

  • To make sure players are eligible to represent represent an association and register correctly refer to the transfer and clearance information documents.
  • Refer to the State Championships Age Requirements (2024) document. to check the Criteria for any submissions.



Notice of Ineligibility for State Selection
To be completed by the player or their parent/ guardian who do not wish to be considered for State Squad/Team Selection from a Tournament.


Player Exemption
To be completed by the player or their parent/ guardian who are seeking exemption from playing at the event at which they would have been considered for State Team selection.


Player Clearance
The player’s Primary Association will need to submit this Player Clearance form by the Association Admin logging into the survey with their RevSPORT login > then complete the required fields with the player info.



For further information on State Championships contact: 

Kerry Liebenberg

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P - 07 3399 6577

Play by the Rules
Have a problem? Have you checked out Play by the rules?
Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.

Sport Australia
Sport Australia are helping sporting clubs and associations examine how they operate and identify areas of improvement by providing information, resources and tools.

Queensland Sport & Recreation
Queensland Sport & Recreation encourages Queenslanders to lead active, healthy lifestyles by participating in sport and active recreation. This is achieved through a suite of initiatives including funding programs, community programs and workshops, active recreation centres and physical activity resources for parents and teachers aimed at getting young Queenslanders physically active.

For specific information or enquiries regarding the funding programs, workshops, active recreation centres or publications please visit the department’s website.

What is the Junior Blaze Program?

The Junior Blaze Program is part of the Brisbane Blaze family and provides quality clinic opportunities available to all junior athletes aged 11 – 17 

The program travels state-wide to assist with the development of junior athletes, who are eager to strive for greatness or junior hockey players who simply want to have fun. The program has its own development pathway and does not have interaction or connections with future selections into state teams, only personal athlete growth. The Junior Blaze Program builds connections with junior hockey players and Brisbane Blaze Players to form a closer hockey community.


NEW In 2024

The Junior Blaze Program has been relaunched, to make the program more easily accessible both financially and physically to everyone in Queensland.

The new Junior Blaze Program has been simplified to a pay-per-clinic cost and is planned around School Holidays.

Clinics vary from 1-hour to 2-hour sessions depending on the location and time available from the host Association.

The Junior Blaze Program will prioritise clinics conducted on turf fields but are now excited to announce that clinics can be run on grass fields for Associations that do not have access to turf fields. This will allow Associations in rural areas to apply for funding or government grants to host a clinic for their members or players.


Each clinic will now include 2 x Junior Blaze Players of the Day, who will be rewarded with exclusive prizes, including Brisbane Blaze merchandise, free Family Passes to Brisbane Blaze Hockey One home games, and other assorted items.

Player Packs will remain the same which include a Junior Blaze Shirt, Blaze drawstring bag, and lots of Brisbane Blaze fun merchandise and accessories.

Ok, so how can my Association host the program?
Associations are asked to contact Hockey Queensland State Team Coordinator Jade Smith via with dates and times you believe would work for your association. Jade will arrange all travel/clinic logistics and work with your association to ensure the  program is hosted at your venue.



Selection of Days / Weeks of Significance

8 March    International Women's Day
25 April    ANZAC Day
17 May    International Day Against LGBTQ+ Discrimination (IDAHOBiT)
26 May    National Sorry Day
27 May    Reconciliation Week (until 3 June - Mabo Day)
1 June     Pride Month
7 July       NAIDOC Week
25 August    Wear it Purple Day
12 September    RUOK Day
1 October    Mental Health Month
11 November    Remembrance Day
19 November    International Men's Day


National Volunteer Week - 20-26 May 2024 

The official Logo from Volunteering Australia can be found here along with resources including, e-cards, certificates, invitations, posters, social media images, email and web banners, and printable selfie frames.


The ASC has shared a toolkit containing assets and templates for use.

They are easily accessible here and customisable for adding your own logo and photos CLICK HERE FOR ASC TOOLKIT

What HQ are doing

As we have in previous years, Hockey Queensland will be profiling a volunteer each day of the week on Facebook and Instagram. The names of the volunteers and their information has been pulled from the Annual Award Finalists from 2023.

Here is the first of a string of social media posts that HQ will be sharing this week.

2024 Annual Awards

The 2024 awards will be celebrated on 12th October 2024.

Key dates will be confirmed soon. 

Nominations from Associations for Community Awards will open August 2024. 

  • Association Of The Year
  • Volunteer Of The Year
  • Initiative Of The Year
  • Association Coach Of The Year
  • Community Coach Of The Year
  • Association Umpire Of The Year
  • Association Technical Official Of The Year
  • #TeamQLD – Individual Award
  • #TeamQLD – Team/Club/Association Award



The Queensland Government Department of Tourism and Sport have launched ClubIQ - a free suite of resources and tools designed to elevate Queensland clubs!

ClubIQ is like a superhero toolkit for clubs, packed with awesome resources and videos covering everything from managing volunteers to nailing finance, administration and governance, and planning like a pro. Say goodbye to the guesswork and hello to expert advice that'll take clubs to new heights!

Keen to find out more? Visit the ClubIQ! website now to access a wealth of resources, get inspired, and make a difference in your active community. Together, let's activate Queensland and build a future where clubs thrive, volunteers excel, and communities flourish.

Visit the ClubIQ website to dive in and get inspired to make a real difference.


ClubIQ is a new resource that builds on the already available Game Plan. Game Plan is a free online platform that allows sporting clubs of all sizes to get insights into their current capability in key areas of club administration, then supports ongoing club development with a suite of tools. Clubs assess and evaluate their own environment, identifying their unique strengths and potential areas for improvement.