After winning his gold medal at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996, Floris Jan Bovelander and his brother Jeroen wanted to carry forward their enthoisiasme and knowledge about the game of hockey to the children of the future. This is something they the do with the big Bovelander community of trainers since 1996. Throughout the year we organize many hockey related activities and we are always close as regards to the newest developments in hockey. These hockey related activities are not only hockey camps but also the shoot-out competition in name of the Royal Dutch Hockey Federation, hockey clinics in name of ABN-AMRO and many more.
Since 1996 we have had the pleasure of welcoming many great hockey players to our hockey activities. Players from the highest Dutch division, the Hoofdklasse, and (former) international players. They will bring their enthousiasme and talent to our hockey camps and theach the participents the finer details of being a great hockey player.
We understand better than anyone parents want to leave their children in an save environment. That is why it is important to know:
- during hockey camps there is a lot of individual attention
- fun and safety is paramount
- all the activities are under the skilled guidance of highly skilled trainers
- during the activities you can get in contact with us 24/7
The office of Bovelander & Bovelander is settled in Haarlem. We have also our indoor sport complex called ‘Tetterode Sport Complex’.
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Floris Jan Bovelander (1966) Played fifteen years for Bloemendaal (six times national champion, European champion, scored 267 goals in the Premier League). He played 241 times for the Dutch national team (including three times Olympic Games, Bronze in Seoul, competing at Barcelona and finally a Gold in Atlanta, he scored a total of 215 goals for the national team. In 2002 he was assistant coach of the Dutch National Team and also was on the committee of Hockey Club Bloemendaal.