Hockey Insurance

For individuals playing hockey in their home country the sports accident insurance policy must be considered. The policy offers various benefits including personal accident, income protection, personal liability as well as many other benefits.

With the popularity of hockey having grown in Britain over the years, tournaments regularly take place at venues across the country. However, when your team is doing battle to win trophies, accidents can happen – and this can leave you out of pocket if you don’t have sufficient insurance.

It’s so important to have specialist sports team insurance in place to ensure that every member of your team is protected in case of an accident or injury. Our policies can be tailored to suit the needs of your team and you can pick from a range of cover options including; Public Liability, Professional Indemnity, Personal Accident, Loss of Earnings, Employers Liability and Sports Equipment cover. What’s more, if your team has a clubhouse or other sports facilities, we provide great value protection with our property insurance, so you can feel confident you won’t be left out of pocket if something were to happen to the building.

The majority of injuries sustained from the sport are as a result of direct contact during the game from either objects such as the stick or the ball, or with other players. Some of the most common injuries include:

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Our Model

We're dedicated to reinvesting back into grassroots sport.

Transparent Fees

We take a transparent fee for arranging insurance – we donate 20% of our fee back to a designated charity immediately. Guaranteeing donations from day 1.

Insurance for Clubs

We arrange insurance for any sports club or association – Placed within the Lloyd’s market, so you know you’re in safe hands


Creating Communities. Through the Sports Club or Association, FTC can place insurance for all their members and players. This creates a community between members and club, all with a common goal. Strength in numbers means better deals available.

Supporting Sports Charities

Should there be money leftover at end of the year through lower claims volumes, this can be used to make further contributions towards sporting charities. Adding to charitable contributions.