World Cups

Maddie Hinch: We can scare World Cup rivals with crowd backing

By The Hockey Paper Maddie Hinch says the women’s World Cup can “reignite” the excitement surrounding Olympic gold as the hosts aim for …

‘Expectation to win hockey World Cup will be higher than London Olympics’

By The Hockey Paper Some of Great Britain women’s players from the London 2012 bronze medal-winning squad will impart their experiences of playing in …

Women’s Hockey World Cup: South Africa blend experience and youth

By The Hockey Paper Shelley Jones and Dirkie Chamberlain will lead South Africa into their fourth women’s World Cup campaigns next month. South Africa, the …

Bhubaneswar’s 2018 hockey World Cup to feature murals and mobikes

By Richard Bright Bhubaneswar, host of this year’s men’s World Cup, will see an upsurge in wall murals with a hockey theme ahead of the December …

England Hockey adds television value with Toshiba ahead of women’s World Cup

By The Hockey Paper Toshiba TVs will deliver ‘edge of your seat’ viewing experiences for the hockey community and sports fans ahead of the two World Cups …

Malaysia set to bid for hockey World Cups

By The Hockey Paper Malaysia will put in bids this week to host major tournaments over the next four years, including the 2022 World Cups. The Malaysian Hockey …

Sophie Bray relishes ‘incredible’ experience of home hockey World Cup

By Richard Bright Sophie Bray, the hat-trick hero of England’s Commonwealth bronze, says the team has a “massive opportunity” to now go …

Sam Quek turns down hockey World Cup interviews ahead of book launch

By The Hockey Paper Sam Quek, the Olympic gold medallist, marked the 50-day countdown to the Vitality women’s Hockey World Cup by hosting the launch of …

Hockey World Cup: Parents need to be seen supporting athletes’ careers in sport

England Hockey launches campaign to leverage hosting the women’s Hockey World Cup on home soil – and enhance public perception By Richard Bright …

They cost how much? Ticket sales launched for 2018 men’s hockey World Cup

By The Hockey Paper While the Rolling Stones attempt to sell out stadiums on their latest tour, with tickets costing up to £150 for the average punter, why …

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