The FIH Pro League is intended to be the ground-breaking, new, global hockey competition that is about to begin across the globe. A step into the future?
FIH has recently ‘unpacked’ monumental and highly commendable step forward to growing hockey internationally. It has launched “FIH.live”, a global broadcast platform for hockey. Love it!
The end of hockey is getting near or at least the end of hockey as we know it. Ernest Baart proposes there is a manifest lack of love shown for the game from the decision makers in our sport
Global sports are moving through changing and challenging times. The hockey product on offer is diverse and it needs to be
Renowned ‘hockey addict’ Greg Richards takes us through his journey in looking at 2018 AHL in terms of why it was needed, what was done, what was the result, and now the future.
Their newest innovation TigerTurf Ecocept produces hockey turf materials and construction operations which are described by Hockey Australia journalist, Ben Somerford, as “GROUND BREAKING”
They came from far and wide to attend this year’s Pan Pacific Masters event. The event from all attendees lived up to its theme, Play it, Live it, Love it!
The more we understand what hockey is all about, the better we can cater for the needs of particularly newcomers to the sport. FIH findings are of great importance to there being a better future for hockey
Hockey Australia CEO Matt Favier recently highlighted that because nearly every scarce high performance dollar goes to funding men’s and women’s national teams there is none to develop up and coming talent
According to Black Sticks coach the new cash injection for Hockey New Zealand means his players can stop living off the smell of an oily rag
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