All the news for Thursday 18 August 2022
Fruitful meeting between FIH and CoA, Hockey India keeps FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup 2023 on track
Lausanne, Switzerland: A joint meeting was held today between the International Hockey Federation (FIH) and the Committee of Administrators (CoA), Hockey India. The meeting was extremely cordial and productive, attended by Acting President FIH, Mr. Seif Ahmed; CEO FIH, Mr. Thierry Weil and the members of the CoA of Hockey India, Justice Anil R Dave, former Judge of the Supreme Court, Dr. S.Y. Quraishi, former Chief Election Commissioner of India and Mr. Zafar Iqbal, Padmashree awardee and former Olympian as captain of the Indian Hockey team.
FIH looks forward to "exceptional" Men's Hockey World Cup after meeting Hockey India CoA
By Patrick Burke
The FIH was updated on the progress of preparations for the Men's Hockey World Cup in January 2023 ©Getty Images
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has insisted that it and the Hockey India Committee of Administrators (CoA) "look forward to an exceptional global event" in the form of next year's Men's Hockey World Cup, after discussing preparations with the Odisha State Government.
India on track to host 2023 Hockey World Cup, FIH approves plan
In contrast to the recent FIFA ban on the AIFF for “undue influence from third parties”, the FIH officials made it clear that they respected any legal orders.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik during the unveiling of the Men’s Hockey World Cup 2023 logo at the Kalinga hockey stadium in Bhubaneswar. | Photo Credit: The Hindu
The men’s hockey World Cup 2023 is all set to be safe and on track to be hosted by India as scheduled after a meeting between the International Hockey Federation (FIH) and the Committee of Administrators (CoA) in New Delhi on Wednesday.
FIH issues a joint statement with CoA: Hockey India election process to be completed by 9 October
The good news for HI is that FIH does not consider the court as a third party, ruling out the possibility of a ban with only months left for the men's World Cup.
The FIH and CoA said the final draft of the constitution will be delivered in next 10 days. Image: Hockey India/Twitter
New Delhi: Hockey India's election process will be completed by October 9, the Committee of Administrators-managed sports body said on Wednesday after submitting the first draft of its modified constitution to the International Hockey Federation (IHF).
EuroHockey Championship Qualifiers - 18 August
EuroHockey Championship Qualifier A 2022 Men
EuroHockey Championship Qualifier B 2022 Women
EuroHockey Championship Qualifier C 2022 Women
FIH Match Centre
Durham tickets on sale; Seating close to sold out
Fresh from their historic Commonwealth Games gold medal in Birmingham; England's women travel to Durham for an important EuroHockey Qualifier tournament.
O-35 Women Capture First Win on Day 4 of WMH World Cup Nottingham
IMAGES TAKEN BY DAVE BUTTERY PHOTOGRAPHY
NOTTINGHAM, England - On the fourth day of competition at the 2022 World Masters Hockey (WMH) World Cup in Nottingham, England, only the U.S. O-35 and O-40 Women's Masters Teams competed. The O-35 squad captured their first win, with a hard fought comeback over Germany, while the O-40 women put up a good fight against hosts, England.
Hockey Masters World Cup: Allberry aims for golden year for family
Captain Ben Allberry celebrates for England over-35s PIC: Dave Buttery Photography
England over-35s have made it unbeaten into the semi-finals of the Masters World Cup in Nottingham, with captain Ben Allberry still on the path for early family bragging rights.
Jillaroos group heading to the Red Centre
A selection of athletes aspiring to represent Australia at the next FIH Junior Women’s World Cup will assemble in Alice Springs today for a six-day training camp.
BJSS Juniors to battle City Hall for Div 2 title
By Aftar Singh
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) Juniors will face Kuala Lumpur City Hall in the Malaysian Junior Hockey League Division Two final on Saturday.
Field Hockey Canada Celebrates Hall of Fame Class of 2021
Another class of athletes, coaches and builders joins existing legacy in Field Hockey Canada’s Hall of Fame
The Field Hockey Canada Hall of Fame recognizes community members that defined excellence both on and off the field. The Hall of Fame acknowledges the amazing athletic and administrative careers of the people who have continuously elevated and built the sport in Canada and this amazing hockey community.
Hall of Fame Class of 2021 – Victor Warren
Victor Warren inducted in the Builder Category
In the Builder Category for this year’s hall of fame, Field Hockey Canada honours an innovator that’s excelled at all levels of the game.