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‘More female coaches’: Hockey on a mission to change gender imbalance

By Sophie Penney There is big room for improvement in the percentage of women in high performance coaching, leadership roles and umpiring in hockey, according …

World hockey keen to engage after European clubs fears

By Rod Gilmour World hockey is keen to hold talks with European clubs following news that there was growing concern on the continent over the way the global …

Belgium v Germany, EuroHockey 2019: The greatest hockey match?

Rod Gilmour witnessed a classic EuroHockey Championships last summer while semi-final will be remembered for a generation Oh to be young members of HC Olympia, …

No champions elected as Hockey Belgium curtails season

Hockey Belgium has voided the remainder of its men’s and women’s top flight, while Dutch hockey officials have opted to keep its season alive for …

Belarus spark wild scenes to lift EuroHockey Nations women’s title

All hail European indoor hockey. Belarus sparked euphoric scenes in front of home support as they scored in the dying seconds of the EuroHockey Nations final …

Hampstead & Westminster and Surbiton boost English hockey chances at EHL

English hockey was handed a huge shot in the arm on Friday when Hampstead & Westminster and Surbiton produced brilliant opening wins at the EHL in …

Sweden’s Partille become European indoor hockey kings

Germany’s indoor stranglehold is over – at least for one year – but few would have predicted Sweden’s Partille SC making history. …

Bowdon Hightown in tune at EuroHockey women’s indoor

Bowdon Hightown, the 2018 English national champions, earned promotion to the top tier of European indoor hockey after a successful weekend in Vienna. At the …

Euro Hockey League: talking points as Three Rock Rovers prevail in Barcelona

The Euro Hockey League provided plenty of entertainment as teams aimed for a last 16 place. Ulimately, it was the Irish side which left Barcelona with the …

Belgium ushers in domestic league change for FIH Hockey Pro League

By The Hockey Paper As the top nations set their sights on the FIH Hockey Pro League in January, so national governing bodies have been scratching their heads …