Tuesday, August 16, 2022

British hockey needs innovation to tackle 3G pitch issue, says MP

Exclusive: MP Ben Bradley says around 40 per cent of sports facilities are locked up in schools and has been pushing to find a way to open up to wider communities

The chair of the parliamentary group for hockey in the UK says that there are signs the sport could move towards having “fewer, larger clubs” due to the 3G issue, while also highlighting that there could be more unlocking of facilities in schools for wider communities.

The threat of 3G has been highlighted by The Hockey Paper over the last month as we continue to raise the plight of clubs across the UK, notably with our exclusive analysis on how 2G provision has been overtaken by 3G in the last two years

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