Eagles Hockey

Eagles logoThe Engineering Eagles are a mixed hockey team representing the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. We play in the University of Birmingham Intra-League and are currently in the premier division. The team is aimed at all abilities and it is a great way to discover how fun and rewarding hockey can be.

If you are interested to joining the team, check out engineeringeaglesuob on Instagram to see what we get up to.

EPS Societies' Awards won

  • Sports Team of the Year 2016/17

Sports Team of the Year - Eagles Hockey

Latest news from the Eagles

A winning term for Engineering Eagles Hockey Club

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Engineering Eagles is one of the University's largest Campus League clubs. After an incredible recruitment in September they decided to introduce a third team thanks to the high demand. So far, it's been a huge success!

Meet our student groups at the Virtual EPS Societies Fair

Our student groups are so unique that we have our own Fair so you can meet them! In the week of 12-16 October we introduced you to our incredible student groups with the first Virtual Fair. Watch the recordings here.

Gold and bronze for Eagles!


Term's resumed and the leagues back on! The greatest club to ever grace the fields of Bournbrook has returned and what a return we've had. Old rivalries rekindled, old scores to be settled, and a shock end to the season.

Eagles Autumn Term Review

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It has been a successful first half to the season for the Eagles and we are well set to continue this into the new year and beyond! Former Captain Tom Paish tells us of their growing successes.

Engineering Eagles Season Review 2018/2019

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The Engineering Eagles had a brilliant term increasing their numbers by two-fold, putting on socials to boost team bonding and getting two teams in the Campus League. Outgoing Co-captain Anastasia Pywell shares more.

Engineering Eagles: A term for growth

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The Engineering Eagles had a very successful first term doubling their headcount, entering another team into the Campus League, raising funds and organising more socials. Co-captain Anastasia Pywell tells us more.

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