“The team contesting the 2018 World Cup is completely different from the team that played in 2014, so it is impossible to compare them.” USA Coach Janneke Schopman is considering her team’s prospects ahead of the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup in London and reflecting on the fourth place finish the team achieved at the same event in 2014. Continue reading Education is key to Janneke’s success
Florian Fuchs is bidding this weekend to join former UHC Hamburg team mate Marco Miltkau as one of the rare few to win the Euro Hockey League with two different clubs. Continue reading Legend of the EHL: Florian Fuchs
“Move the keeper, create some space”…… Nah, I’ll do it my way!
@Beth_Bing of @HolcombeHC & @HockeyWales with an audacious lob to win the @eurohockeyorg Trophy Final
#EHCC2018 #HWL2017 #HWNews @thereversestick @TheHockeyFamily @dragflickworld
For the majority of hockey players, club hockey is a major part of how you first fall in love with the game. Our Surbiton Ladies team is full of homegrown talent, club stars and GB internationals, but whatever our ‘hockey CVs’ look like as individuals, for us the most exciting part of hosting the EuroHockey Club Cup is having the chance to celebrate how important club hockey is in the bigger picture of our sport. Continue reading Hosting Europe’s elite is opportunity to showcase why hockey matters
Holcombe’s Nick Bandurak says his team’s “resilience and determination” will play a key role as they look to take down Real Club de Polo in the KO16 and reach the last eight for the first time. Continue reading Resilience and Determination, the key to Holcombe HC’s Success
Razie Rahim has never disappoint the Malaysian team and his home fans. Continue reading Razie’s first hat trick in Azlan Shah Cup
We are delighted to annonce that Nick Catlin has joined the team at Hockey World News. Take a look at his latest article and blog post below. Continue reading Time for England Hockey to pay more than lip service to the indoor game
On the last day of the 2012 season the Blackheath HC 1st XI travelled to Crawley knowing that anything other than a win would see the team relegated to Kent Division 1 Continue reading TROPHY SUCCESS CONFIRMS A RETURN TO THE GOOD TIMES FOR THE OLDEST HOCKEY CLUB IN THE WORLD: BLACKHEATH & ELTHAMIANS HC
By Tommy Alexander (Scotland & Reading HC)
It’s really important when reading this article that people understand that I’m not saying it’s “Hockey or Education” and I’m not suggesting that students should not play University sport.
What I am saying however, is that Universities playing in the National League is wrong.
With the latest edition of the England Hockey County Championships being held over the weekend, there’s one overriding thought process that has come to the fore over the past couple of days;
It’s becoming increasingly obvious that the competition is not what it used to be.