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Can an England boss really enjoy a World Cup?

Will Roy Hodgson enjoy the World Cup in Brazil? We are not sure – but the last England manager we can remember really revelling in the role was Bobby Robson. Another Bobby – Bobby Crutchley – is however determined to...

The challenges for hockey in Sweden with Niclas Franzen

After ten years of international hockey, Niclas Franzen is not as well known as he might be. Part of the reason is that Nic plays for one of the more low-profile nations in world hockey – Sweden. The Partille SC keeper...

Rules: FIH sweeps long sticks into touch

Hockey sticks will be limited to a maximum length of 105cm (41.3inches) at the 2014 World Cup. The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has moved to clamp down on the 'broom' stick used by Racing Club de Bruxelles and Belgian international Jeremy Gucassoff...

GB’s Anne Panter candidate in FIH election

London 2012 hockey bronze medallist Anne Panter is one of 21 nominees for election to the International Hockey Federation (FIH) athletes' committee. Panter is one of only six women put forward by national associations for the committee. Four candidates (two men,...

Loughborough University to work with FIH towards new complementary game of hockey

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has set up a partnership with Loughborough University looking at innovation in hockey. The FIH aims to use the expertise of the English university in both sport and business to further its strategic objectives and expand...

Canada and South Africa in running for 2022 Commonwealth Games

The President of the Commonwealth Games Federation, HRH Tunku Imran, announced today that Durban (South Africa) and Edmonton (Canada) have formally advised their intention to bid for the XXII Commonwealth Games in 2022. The CGF will now work closely with...

Rules: Field hockey to move to four, 15-minute quarters

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced hockey will move from two 35-minute halves to four 15-minute quarters. The release from the governing body suggests this will be done via tournament regulations and will affect world-level events after the 2014...

De Nooijer selected as Athlete Role Model

Double Olympic hockey gold medallist Teun de Nooijer has been selected as hockey's Athlete Role Model (ARM) for the second Summer Youth Olympic Games, which are taking place 16-28 August in Nanjing, China.  De Nooijeris one of 37 ARMs chosen by The...

Spain, New Zealand and Netherlands to host major tournaments

The  International Hockey Federation (FIH) has awarded upcoming international hockey tournaments to Spain, New Zealand and the Netherlands. T he semi finals of the women’s Hockey World League (which is combined with qualifying for Rio 2016) will be hosted in...
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British hockey needs innovation to tackle 3G pitch issue, says MP

The chair of the parliamentary group for hockey in the UK says that there are signs the sport could...
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