London will embark on another international adventure this Friday to take part in EHRC Marathon‘s 70th Anniversary International Tournament in The Hague, The Netherlands.

The Dragons will play four games against German Bundesliga outfit RESG Walsum, host club Marathon and Belgian team Rolta Leuven.

And we cannot wait!

Team to travel: Jim Seal-Driver, Joel De Figueiredo, Hanwei Lim, Daniele Biancardi, Inaki Arroyo, Dan Milne, Marc Gonzalez

Head Coach: Marc Gisbert Lacruz



London dismantled Letchworth today in a friendly at The Den. After a fast start with both teams testing one another with possession it was London who took a 3 goal lead with goals from Joel De Figueiredo (2) and Rodrigo De Carvalho. After two dubious penalties for the visitors and some nice one twos from the Dragons the score at half time was London 6-2 Letchworth. Continue reading


Roller Hockey’s longest standing competition is the Kent League. Run by an affiliation separate to the National Roller Hockey Association of England, the Kent League is a home and away format, and looks to promote a high standard of hockey to the South East regions best clubs.

Teams for participation in the 2017-18 Season Men’s League include:

London, Herne Bay (x2) Herne Bay United (x2), Invicta (x2), Maidstone


London RHC began the defence of their SECRHA Seniors crown with three wins out of three on Sunday 1st October in Herne Bay.

The team began their day at 5.30am to arrive in time for an 8.40am start in the first SECRHA Seniors Division 1 tournament of the new season.

Maidstone 1 -2 London

In the first game of the day London defeated Maidstone in what was not a close a game as the score suggested. With 80% possession London dominated the game from start to finish, but just couldn’t get into a fluid enough rhythm to test the goalkeeper on enough occasions. After going up 2-0 with goals from Michael Maruszak and Daniele Biancardi London conceded a scrambled late goal, which snuck in under the goalkeeper to leave the last few minutes of the game quite anxious. London however held on, controlled the ball and ran out deserved winners.

Farnham 2-4 London

In their second game London took on Surrey based club Farnham and again controlled the match from start to finish. Going three goals up through Inaki Arroyo, Joel De Figueiredo and Marc Gonzalez with some excellent team goals, the Dragons were sailing before a clash between goalkeeper and player, saw the ball bounce off a knee and into the net for 3-1. London got their fourth a minute later through Arroyo, before an individual defensive error saw the game finish 4-2. London controlled the game and gave away minimal chances, although it became scrappier than we would have wished.

Herne Bay 1-9 London

In the final game of the day London defeated the home team in what was a relatively straight-forward victory. Patient play and team goals, as well as some individual brilliance meant that London beat the hosts to top the league from the first tournament. Goals from Biancardi (4), De Figueiredo, Arroyo (2), Maruszak (2) ensured a good win.

Thank you to our hosts Herne Bay and we look forward to the next tournament.

See the current league table below or on the competitions page.




London Roller Hockey Club are proud to announce a relationship with Lacatoni that will see the Portuguese manufacturer provide playing kit, training kit and club apparel for the 2017 – 2018 season.

We are delighted with the quality and design of the merchandise and cannot wait to begin playing in it.

Check out the home (white) and away (black) playing strips below:



London Roller Hockey Club will compete in the following competitions for the 2017 – 2018 Season:

  • National Premier League
  • National Cup of England
  • South Eastern Counties League (SECRHA)
  • Kent League
  • International Tournaments (Holland, Spain, France)

The National Premier League consists of seven clubs with London’s first game taking place on 12th November at home to Middlesbrough where they were victorious last season. Before the year ends they will also take on King’s Lynn (home),¬†HBU (away) and Soham (home).

In regional competition (SECRHA and Kent League), London kick-off on 1st October in Herne Bay playing against Maidstone, Farnham and Herne Bay. The following week they take on Letchworth in a friendly at The Den before heading off to Den Haag, Holland, where they will take on teams from France, Germany, Holland and Switzerland in their second international tournament of the year.

Check out the full fixtures list and results in the Competitions pages.