Underwater hockey is a challenging team sport played at the bottom of a swimming pool. Two six-player teams (black vs. white) compete by maneuvering a puck on the pool floor with their playing sticks, with each team attempting to score by shooting the puck into their opponents goal.
Basic equipment: mask (two lenses and low-volume), snorkel, fins, stick, and glove
Safety equipment: mouth-guard and headgear
Other helpful accessories: socks and fin-straps.
It consists of a series of six to eight (6-8) sessions held twice-a-week, and combines both on-deck lectures as well as in-pool instruction by a certified instructor.
No. Though swimmers have a natural advantage over the non-swimming hockey beginners, knowing how to swim is not a general requirement when it comes to playing underwater hockey. You just have to be comfortable in the water.
Please contact us at or send an email to before you go to our games. This is to make sure that we have the necessary equipment ready and for someone to assist you.
Venue of PUHC games depends on the availability and cleanliness of the pools. For more information kindly refer to the section of our website.