South African Hockey Association
SportField hockey
JurisdictionSouth Africa
FoundedAugust 1992 (1992-08)[1]
Regional affiliationAHF
HeadquartersIllovo, Johannesburg, South Africa
PresidentDeon Morgan
CEOShaune Baaitjies (acting)[2]
Vice president(s)Lwandile Simelane
Men's coachCheslyn Gie
Women's coachGiles Bonnet
Official website
South Africa

The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) is the governing body of field hockey in South Africa. It is affiliated to FIH International Hockey Federation and AHF African Hockey Federation. The Head Office of SAHA is in Illovo, Johannesburg, South Africa.[3]


Established in August 1992 when five major hockey bodies formed one non-racial, unified body which controls and regulates hockey for men and women in South Africa. The unification brought together the South African Men's and Women's Hockey Associations, the Men's and Women's Hockey Congress and the South African Women's Hockey Board.[1]

SAHA clubs/provinces

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Below is the list of provinces/clubs that participate in various SAHA tournaments:[4]


SAHA tournaments




See also


  1. ^ a b "HOCKEY IN SOUTH AFRICA". SA Hockey. Archived from the original on 5 October 2002.
  2. ^ "Marissa Langeni steps down as CEO of SA Hockey - South African Hockey Association". Retrieved 10 May 2022.
  3. ^ "Contact information of South African Hockey Association". Retrieved 17 August 2016.
  4. ^ "SAHA Handbook 2021". SA Hockey.[dead link]
  5. ^ "Home".
  6. ^ "Border Hockey Association | Created by Zeuocean – Border Hockey Association".
  7. ^ "Eastern Gauteng Hockey Association (EGHA) - Home Page". Easterns Hockey.
  8. ^ "Northerns Hockey".
  9. ^ "South Gauteng Hockey Association".
  10. ^ "Eden District Hockey – Home of Southern Cape Hockey".
  11. ^ "Western Province Hockey Union - Home".
  12. ^ "PSi Indoor Hockey Sports South Africa". Pro Series Indoor.
  13. ^ "SASHOC | South African Schools Hockey". SASHOC.
  14. ^ "SA Masters Hockey – Official Website". Retrieved 7 June 2022.
  15. ^ "University Sports South Africa". Retrieved 8 June 2022.