FIH World Ranking

Movements in world ranking following the Commonwealth Games

10 August 2022 Lausanne, Switzerland: The recent Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England and a series of test matches between Poland, Austria and Chile have made some impact upon the FIH World Rankings among both the men’s and women’s nations. While there have been shifts and movements up and down the table, the top of the

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Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

India secure place in gold medal clash after hard-fought South Africa win, while Australia stage comeback victory against England to earn chance for 7th gold medal

6 August 2022 Lausanne, Switzerland: The morning session saw a couple of the men’s placings sorted. The day began with Scotland securing 9th place with a big win over Ghana, this was followed by Pakistan edging a high-scoring match against Canada to confirm 7th. The evening session saw the men’s semi-finals contested, starting with India

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Netherlands tame Las Leonas to win ninth title in style

#HWC2022: Netherlands tame Las Leonas to win ninth title in style

17 July, 2022 It was the match-up everyone wanted to see. Number one in the FIH World Rankings versus number two. The undefeated FIH Hockey Pro League champions versus the reigning World Cup champions. The cool, calm, composed Dutch versus the fire and feistiness of Las Leonas. Before the match, Netherlands Head Coach Jamilon Mülders

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FIH Media Release

South Africa to host FIH Hockey Indoor World Cup in 2023

16 July 2022 Lausanne, Switzerland: Meeting yesterday in Terrassa, Spain, on the occasion of the ongoing FIH Hockey Women’s World Cup Spain and Netherlands 2022, the Executive Board (EB) of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) expressed thanks and congratulations to both Local Organising Committees, participating teams, officials and volunteers for putting together such a successful

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Terrassa beckons for Netherlands and Germany

12 July 2022 Lausanne, Switzerland: After a day of contrasting matches we know who two of the semi-finallists are to be. First Germany put in a workmanlike performance to outplay New Zealand, then Netherlands and Belgium played out a scintillatng match, which the Netherlands edged in the final quarter. In the earlier matches, China finished

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