Club Uniforms and Kit

All Manly Juniors grass and turf players (except Metro – see below) are required to wear a Manly shirt (except Minkeys – see below) and Manly socks and either bottle green shorts or a skirt/skort.

Uniforms are available at the advertised Uniform and Equipment Collection Evenings. Uniforms are NOT available for purchase at the fields. 

Players who register after these uniform evenings can arrange for online purchase and pick-up ONLY via the SHOP on this website. You will receive an email with pick-up details when your order is ready for collection.


Manly Hockey Club Shirt $35
Manly Socks $11
Club Skort $19

Green shorts and skorts can generally be found in the school section of Big W, Best & Less and Target.

Hoodies starting at $53 (Please see Shop for more details)
These are optional and available in either a zip-up or pullover. An order for these is taken after the season starts and details will be emailed when the order is being placed.


Minkey players will be given a coloured team t-shirt after their teams are finalised, generally on the first day of the season. The cost of this is included in your Minkey registration fees. Minkeys will also need to wear Manly socks and bottle-green shorts or skort, as detailed above.


Uniform information issued separately.

Payment Details

Payments must be made online at the time of order.


All players require a hockey stick, shin-pads and a mouthguard. Grass players can wear their choice of joggers, boots or hockey shoes. Turf players should wear hockey shoes or joggers. All players MUST wear a mouthguard.


Each North Area team is provided with team equipment for training and game days, which is to be returned at the end of the season.
Kit includes balls, cones,
bibs and goalie gear, if needed.

WHA teams will have access to goalie equipment on site at the fields at Sydney Academy of Sport, Narrabeen.

Kits are to be collected by arrangement prior to first training session and returned after the last game of the season. Details advised via email. 
The kit becomes the responsibility of the coach and manager and every endeavour should be made to not misplace any items.


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