FIH announce changes to World Cup Qualification

2022/23 FIH Hockey World Cups qualification process reviewed

Lausanne, Switzerland: Following the postponement of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 to next year, and therefore hockey Continental Championships having to be rescheduled, the FIH Executive Board, after consultation with the Continental Federations and the FIH Athletes Committee, has reviewed the qualification process for the 2022/23 FIH Hockey World Cups.

This new FIH Hockey World Cup qualification process includes:

• an increase of the quota of places available through Continental Championships from 6 (the five Continental Champions + the World Cup hosts) to 11 (including the World Cup hosts); these Continental quotas will be filled based on the final rankings at the relevant 2021 Continental Championships (see allocation of Continental quotas below)

• the organisation of FIH qualification events (in March 2022) for the remaining 5 places; for those events, the Continental quotas will be confirmed at a later stage

The allocation of Continental quotas from the 2021 Continental Championships (plus the World Cup hosts) has been determined as follows:

Women:

• Africa 1

• Asia 2

• Europe 4 (including 2022 FIH Hockey Women’s World Cup hosts The Netherlands and Spain)

• Oceania 2

• PanAm 2

Men:

• Africa 1

• Asia 3 (including 2023 FIH Hockey Men’s World Cup hosts India)

• Europe 4

• Oceania 2

• PanAm 1

All information about the previous editions of the FIH World Cups is available here.

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