Saints Hockey Goes Live

Posted on October 01, 2017

Saints Hockey has teamed up with e-commerce platform Purveya and their sister company, digital marketing experts Burnthebook, to launch this new interactive website.

The website has been designed to be user-friendly and uncomplicated - providing an important source of information for current and prospective students.

Operating alongside our social media channels, it will keep everyone updated with developments, match reports, forthcoming fixtures, the outreach programmes that are available and the facilities that are available to hire, including the popular summer camps.

The website has been designed to reflect the branding, direction and core values of the University as a whole and raises the profile of this highly successful club that is such an important part of University life for so many students at all levels of ability. 

It will be constantly updated with the latest information and is also responsive and mobile friendly with a global search facility reflecting the international appeal of both the University and the Hockey Club. Director of Hockey Jamie Carnegie said: “This new website now properly reflects the Club’s quality and stature.  

“It is an important way of keeping everyone informed of what is going on here and to raising the profile to prospective students of the hockey experience that we offer through coaching, playing and personal development opportunities.

“We are delighted with the look, feel and usability of our new website and are grateful for the team at Purveya and Burnthebook for their expertise and support in its development.

“We are sure that the new developments on this site will be received by current and prospective students, members and their families.

Phil Newson, Director of Purveya and Burnthebook, concluded: “It has been a privilege to work with the fantastic team at the University of St Andrews Hockey Club to raise the profile of this vibrant and important part of the university – known around the world as a top class university with a strong academic and sporting focus.”