5 October 2018 Australia men aim to make it three successive wins China women seek to defend 2014 title Argentina’s Head Coach seeks to repeat double medal success Buenos Aires, Argentina: The men’s and women’s hockey events at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games get underway this Sunday, 7 October, in Argentina’s capital city.
As AfHF received no entries for the 2nd President’s Cup scheduled for 19-26 Nov. 2018 in Uganda, this is to announce that the 2nd President’s Cup will not take place & that both Uganda’s Men & Women teams are 2018 President’s Cup winners.
August 9, 2018 Hosts Argentina joined by 11 other nations in men’s and women’s events Every continent represented in Hockey5s competition Hockey5s taking place between 7 and 14 October in Youth Olympic Park The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has confirmed the 12 women’s and 12 men’s teams that will participate in the Buenos Aires 2018
August 7, 2018 Dutch remain world’s best team, a position they have held since 2011 Silver medallists Ireland biggest climbers as they rise to eighth Spain seventh following historic bronze win Following their Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup London 2018 win last weekend, Netherlands remain the world’s number one women’s team in the FIH Hero
August 5, 2018 Relentless and magnificent. The Netherlands have absolutely owned the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup since their opening 7-0 scoreline against Korea. The women in orange might have been slightly stunned by the reception their opponents received as they walked out for the final but then it was business as usual – except
August 5, 2018 Spain’s incredible journey at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup came to a bronze-tinted end as they defeated Australia with a consummate display of creative, attacking hockey. The bronze medal match was a clash between Australia, the world number five team and 2014 silver medalists, and Spain who, with a FIH Hero
5 August 2018 Netherlands win eighth title with stunning final performance Ireland take silver and move into top 10 of FIH Hero World Rankings Spain make their own history by winning bronze London: Relentless and magnificent. The Netherlands have absolutely owned the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup since their opening 7-0 scoreline against Korea. The
4 August 2018 On Sunday 5 August, Eva de Goede of the Netherlands and Chloe Watkins of Ireland are poised to play their 200th matches for their respective nations. The match is the gold medal match between Netherlands and ireland 16:30 (UTC). A presentation will take place after the match. For further information and news
2 August 2018 Netherlands defeat host nation England to secure place in semi-final Ireland continue to make their own history as they face first ever World Cup semi-final Either Spain or Ireland will make World Cup final debut London: On a remarkable day of action, Ireland and Netherlands completed the line-up for the semi-finals of
1 August 2018 Spain through to semi-finals against Ireland or Inda after late winner over Germany Australia win sets up date with Netherlands or England A new nation will be among the finalists London: The surprises just keep coming. This time it was Spain who claimed a higher ranked scalp at the Vitality Hockey Women’s