Monday, June 24, 2024

FIH Hockey Pro League losses hit 3m Euros

The International Hockey Federations’s Pro League competition has lost around 3 million Euros (£2.7m) since its launch in 2019, The Hockey Paper can reveal.

Season 4 kicked off last week with changes which the FIH hopes will finally kickstart the league into an operating profit, with promotion and relegation now installed, coupled with Olympic and World Cup qualification in future seasons.

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