Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Europe

Luxembourg aim high with Olympic hockey hopes

Luxembourg's only hockey side scored its first goal on the European stage in 2019. Now, they have fanciful aspirations of making it to the Olympics after the club's "momentous year". Richard Bright reports Casting minds back to a time when...

‘A shame’ English clubs yet to enter European hockey organisation

The association formed last month to protect European domestic hockey says it is “a shame” that no English clubs have been able to sign up so far. The European Hockey Clubs Organisation (EHCO) was launched late last month and although...

‘Harmful effect’: European hockey alliance aims to bridge international and domestic calendar

The principal players behind the recently formed European Hockey Clubs Organisation (EHCO) say that the limited windows currently open to domestic hockey is having a “harmful effect” on the finances of clubs, families, and sponsors. The EHCO has been working...

EuroHockey Championships 2021: How to watch on TV, match schedule

All times in BST. Follow The Hockey Paper's coverage here Friday 4 June Germany v Wales (Men Pool B) 16:00 PREVIEWNetherlands v France (Men Pool B) 19:00REPORTS Saturday 5 June England v Russia (Men Pool A) 10:00 REPORTBelgium v Spain (Men Pool A) 12:15Netherlands...

Ireland women set out on Hockey World Cup path via EuroHockey

Shirley McCay will play her eighth and last EuroHockey Championships campaign as Ireland set out on their Olympic summer, via a hopeful route to the next Hockey World Cup. McCay, 32, is one of 12 Green Army players from the...

Max Caldas heads to Spain as hockey coaches secure positions

Max Caldas has been unveiled as the new Spanish men's coach following the Tokyo Olympics. Argentinian Caldas, 48, announced he was leaving Oranje men last year. He will take over from Fred Soyez, the Frenchman who leaves after seven years as...

European hockey alliance formed to protect top clubs and players

Some of Europe's top hockey clubs from five nations have joined forces to form an international alliance to protect its continental domestic league structure, the Euro Hockey League and the 11 v 11 traditional format. The European Association of Hockey...

Eva de Goede set to bow out at 2022 Women’s Hockey World Cup

Eva de Goede will join Hague-based HGC next season and plans to end her international career on her own terms following the 2022 Women's World Cup. Midfielder De Goede, 32, leaves Amsterdam after 11 years playing in The Hague. De Goede,...

Den Bosch and Bloemendaal claim Dutch league hockey titles

A penalty corner in the last minute from Dutch dangerwoman Frederique Matla secured Den Bosch the domestic title for the 20th time in the club's history on Saturday. Matla made sure Den Bosch regained the Hoofdklasse title at the hands...

EuroHockey round-up: Club de Campo legend signs off in style

Spanish Stalwart Bosco Pérez-Pla signed off his stellar career by captaining Club de Campo to its first Men's League Champions Cup for the first time in the club's history. Pérez-Pla first played for the Madrid side aged four, debuted in...
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Alan Forsyth ready to be GB support act but unsure on future

Alan Forsyth says he will be a team motivator and ready for action if called upon at the Tokyo...
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