- 1990/1991 – 1st XI are crowned Norwich Union East League Premier Division Champions.
- 1991/1992 – The 1st XI Enter the National Hockey League.
- 1993/1994 – 1st XI are relegated back into the Norwich Union East League Premier Division.
- 1996/1997 – 1st XI are Adnams East League Premier Division Champions, Essex Diamond Hockey County Cup Winners and Essex Indoor Champions, they also gain qualification for the national stages of the club indoor championship and reach the Quarter-finals of the Hockey Association Cup.
- 1997/1998 – Our Centenary Year and back in the NHL!!!
- 1998/1999 – 2nd XI promoted to East Premier B as Champions.
- 1999/2000 – 2nd XI promoted to East Premier A as Champions. 4th XI are promoted to Div 5SE. 6th XI promoted to Div 8SE.
- 2000/2001 – 1st XI finish second in Division One but, agonisingly, lose 7-6 on aggregate to Teddington in a two-leg play-off at Milton Keynes for Premier Division status.
- 2001/2002 – 1st XI goalkeeper David Carter represents England U21 in the Junior World Cup in Tasmania. 5th XI are promoted to Div 7SE. 6th XI are promoted to Div 8SE.
- 2003/2004 – 4th XI are promoted to Div 5SE.
- 2004/2005 – 2nd XI finish 2nd in East Premier A, 3rd XI are promoted to Div 2S, 4th XI are promoted to Div 4SE, 5th XI are promoted to Div 6SE and the 6th XI are promoted to Div 7SE.
- 2006/2007 – The 5th XI are promoted to Div 6SE.
- 2007/2008 – The 4th XI are champions of Div 5SE and are promoted to Div 4SE. The club indoor side finish runners up in the Division 1 of the Essex Indoor League.
- 2008/2009 – The 1st XI are crowned champions of the inaugural National Indoor Trophy, after winning the East Indoor Championships.
- 1998/99 – The Ladies finish as runners-up in EHL Division One but, more importantly, gain promotion back to the Premier Division.
- 1999/2000 – The Ladies win the Indoor EHL title and the right to represent England in Europe in the 2000/01 season
- 2000/2001 – The Ladies retain their Indoor EHL title, but miss out in the play-offs.
- 2001/2002 – Ladies’ goalkeeper and captain Katy Roberts gains further recognition with the England Senior squad.
- 2003/2004 – The Ladies win the Indoor EHL title again and win the play-offs to represent England in Europe next season. 2nd XI promoted to East Premier Division.
- 2004/2005 – The Ladies retain their Indoor EHL title, but miss out in the play-offs. In Europe the 1st XI finish third in the European Indoor Club Trophy and a fantastic second in the 15th European Cup Winners Cup. They also finished 3rd in the EHL end of season Super Cup.
- 2005/2006 – The Ladies retain their Indoor EHL title without losing a match, and also triumph over Ipswich and Canterbury in the play-offs.
- 2006/2007 – The 2nd XI win the Essex Indoor Division One title.
- 2007/2008 – The 3rd XI finish second in the Essex Premier Division and are promoted to East Division 2SW. The club indoor side finish runners up in the Division 1 of the Essex Indoor League.
- 2008/2009 – The club indoor side win the Essex Indoor Division One title.
- 2009/2010 – The club indoor side win the Essex Indoor Division One title.
- 2010/2011 – The club indoor side win the Essex Indoor Division One title.
- 2005/2006 – The Mixed XI won the Essex Mixed Division One title.
- 2006/2007 – The Mixed XI won the Essex Mixed Division One title (again).
- 2007/2008 – The Mixed XI won the HA Trophy and also the Essex Mixed Division 1 East title (again).
Chelmsford has always been rich with talent and has regularly provided players for all levels of representative hockey (both indoor and outdoor), including Essex, East, England and Great Britain.
Players who have played for the 1st team and hold representative honours are:-
|Becky Alltree||England||U16, U18, U21|
|Dean Armstrong||New Zealand||Indoor, University|
|Lynn Bollington||England||Senior, Indoor|
|Sam Burrett||England||U16, U18|
|Alex Collins||England||U16, U18|
|Emer Harte *||Ireland||U21, Senior|
|Willy Hales||England||U16, U18|
|Adrian Kimber||England||U16, U18, U21|
|Josh Mepham||England||U16, U18|
|Tammy Nancoo-Mahiber||Trinidad and Tobago||Senior|
|Ciara O’Brien *||Ireland||Senior|
|Katy Roberts *||England, GB||Senior|
|Chloe Rogers *||England, GB||Senior|
|Lisa Wooding *||England, GB||Senior|