Europe

EuroHockey Championships goes Dutch as Amstelveen awarded 2021 event

By Richard Bright The Netherlands will host the EuroHockey Championships for the third time in 11 years after being granted host status for the 2021 …

Alster’s unrivalled passion saw us to German hockey title, says Amy Gibson

By Rod Gilmour Scotland goalkeeper Amy Gibson has revealed the “amazing passion” which propelled Alster to a first German women’s title. Alster went to …

Hockey great Jamie Dwyer signs off Bloemendaal career with EHL title

By The Hockey Paper Arthur Van Doren, the world player of the year, will have big boots to fill when he joins Euro Hockey League champions Bloemendaal next …

Euro Hockey League final: Bloemendaal power to victory over Kampong

By The Hockey Paper Retiring goalkeeper Jaap Stockmann hailed an ‘unstoppable’ HC Bloemendaal as the Dutch team powered to the Euro Hockey League …

Kampong aiming for emotional Euro Hockey League finale in Bloemendaal

By The Hockey Paper SV Kampong will be hoping to end an incredible season by lifting the Euro Hockey League title – and give their retiring quartet of …

Den Bosch underline Dutch hockey dominance

By The Hockey Paper Dutch ladies champions Den Bosch won the EuroHockey Club Cup final for the sixth time since 2010 after beating UHC Hamburg 2-1 at Surbiton …

Maartje Paumen retires from club hockey and returns to Dutch leagues as MOP assistant coach

By The Hockey Paper Dutch hockey great Maartje Paumen has played her last game after it was confirmed that the penalty corner specialist will be joining Dutch …

Surbiton call on English clubs to forget rivalry and support EuroHockey Club Cup

By Rod Gilmour Forget club tribalism and rally together against Europe’s finest. That’s the message from Surbiton defender Giselle Ansley, who has …

Belgium will be world, Olympic hockey champions by 2024, claims president

By The Hockey Paper Marc Coudron, president of the Royal Belgian Hockey Association, has boldly predicted that the Red Lions will become European, world and …

Jeroen Hertzberger handed Netherlands return by coach Max Caldas

By Rod Gilmour Dutchman Jeroen Hertzberger is no stranger to battling back from disappointments. At London 2012, he was omitted from Paul van Ass’ …

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