HCQZ (Hockey Club Quick-ZOW) or QZ is a hockey club from The Netherlands that has its home in the southwest region of Nijmegen at Staddijk Sports Park. The club emphasizes an atmosphere of teamwork, involvement, engagement, and solidarity for each of its players, fostering sportsmanlike athletes. The club was officially founded in 2006 after a long-discussed merger that brought together the Mixed Hockey Club Quick (formerly known as Nijmeegsche Ladies Hockey Club Quick) and MHV ZOW to encompass 650 hickey members.
This summer we had the opportunity to work with our partners at Sallandse United to install our synthetic turf in HCQZ’s wet field. Our artificial grass is engineered and tested to offer a superior playing surface by offering greater speed and precision. Our hockey turf gives a flat, fast surface with lower friction, free moving fibers for footing and stick movements, and technical accuracy for consistent ball roll and rebound. This means that the teams of HCQZ will compete on a professional hockey system that will allow them to play at their best.
The official grand opening of the field for the fall 2017 season will be on September 2nd.