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Paris 2024 Olympics: When do Great Britain hockey teams play?

Full pool stage and knock out schedule for Team GB men and women competing at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games Full fixtures guide to Olympic...

EuroHockey revamps to knock-out format from 2027

Future winners of the EuroHockey Championships will face just four matches in a new “every match matters” revamp. Starting from EuroHockey 2027, the tournament will...

Charity hockey event set to remember Grace O’Malley-Kumar

A hockey tournament to commemorate the life of Grace O'Malley-Kumar, one of the victims of the Nottingham attacks last summer, will be staged in...

Playing hockey aged 88: ‘To play and see our English friends again – that’s a gift for us’

We speak to Netherlands’ 88-year-old captain Walter Hagedoorn, a doctor in economics, on a life in hockey and playing for his country after they...

Mark Pearn leaves Surbiton men’s coaching role

Mark Pearn has ended his eight-year tenure as Surbiton Hockey Club men’s coach, praised by the club for “shaping the future of some of...

England and Netherlands ‘setting legacy’ in flourishing over 80s hockey scene

England over 80s captain Ken Wilcock hailed the “extraordinary” organisation of his age group Masters category which saw four English and Dutch teams take...

England Hockey transfers 2024/25: Phil Roper joins Old Georgians from Holcombe

Phil Roper has become the first top signing ahead of the 2024/25 Men's Premier Division season after joining star-studded Old Georgians. Roper, 32, makes the...

England over 80s hockey masters set for Dutch renewal

Unbeaten England Masters over 80s will take on the Netherlands in Canterbury next week, for the fourth time in an official annual meeting. Three of...