Around 5,000 fans will cheer on six of the country's top teams as they battle it out for the chance to represent England in Europe next season.
Four action-packed matches, beginning with the first of the men's semi-finals, have been lined up.
Defending champions East Grinstead, who take on Old Loughtonians of Essex, will be without England and Great Britain international Ashley Jackson.
But they can still call upon experienced international players Glenn Kirkham and Barry Middleton (pictured), who was named by the Hockey Writers' Club as their 2010 Player of the Year earlier this week.
Reading, whose squad contains five of the players set to represent England at the Indoor World Cup, face Beeston in the second semi-final.
Cheshire club Bowdon Hightown, the 2009 winners, and Reading, who qualified for the final after beating defending champions Leicester in the semi-finals in Worcester two weeks ago, will contest the women's final.
Reading's presence in the women's final owes much to the goal-scoring exploits of England and Great Britain forward Alex Danson and means the Berkshire club's supporters will have two teams to get behind at Wembley.
Off-pitch entertainment includes a performance by singer-songwriter Katy Shotter, fresh from performing at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards, and Storm Free Runners, whose freestyle acrobatics display is sponsored by Maxifuel, the official nutrition partner of the England and Great Britain hockey teams.