Latest News | The Hockey Paper - Part 31

Hockey transfers 2019/20: Latests ins and outs in English Premier Divisions

Transfers should be a major talking point when it comes to domestic hockey. Unfortunately, news is harder to come by than a bumper crowd at an English league …

Hockey clubs at heart: How to enter our Watch Your 1s campaign

The Hockey Paper | Editorial Hockey clubs across the UK have ‘big belief’ in our Watch Your 1s campaign after we received great feedback following …

Hockey caps project under way to find modern players’ numbers

Plans have been drawn up to give England and Great Britain players personalised hockey player numbers that will represent their place in the sport’s …

Hockey Belgium’s rise to top is simple: strong club network, coaching talent

By Todd Williams | opinion As far as years go, 2007 wasn’t particularly significant in the international men’s game. With no Olympics or World Cup, the …

EuroHockey 2019: Sebastien Dockier left out of Belgium squad

By The Hockey Paper Kiwi coach Shane McLeod has made some surprise omissions as hosts Belgium attempt to add the EuroHockey Championship title to their World …

England omit key players ahead of 2019 EuroHockey

England women have opted for experience as they attempt to regain the EuroHockey title they won on home soil in 2015. Meanwhile, England men will field five …

Betting on Hockey: a short guide

Hockey may not be the most popular sport, in recent years it has garnered a reputation as a fast-rising sport. This can be seen in the number of people who …

Can Stoop project spark much-needed life into domestic hockey?

By Rod Gilmour | Opinion Richard Leman, the 1988 Olympic-winner, played in plenty of hockey cauldrons across the globe in his career and was a keen observer at …

England Hockey keeps four quarters rule at arm’s length, for now

England Hockey have had the “145,000 going out to play each weekend” at the heart of its decision whether to implement the four quarters rule for …

Lottery of Olympic hockey qualification

Working out autumn’s Olympic play-off matches is anyone’s guess – until rubber-stamped in September Twenty-four nations – 12 men’s and 12 …