The sixth edition of the FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup will be organised by the Royal Belgian Hockey Association, taking place in the province of Liège, Belgium between 3-7 February 2021.Continue reading Belgium to host the 2021 Indoor World Cup
Royal Leopold, La Gantoise and KHC Dragons will take up the Belgian men’s European places while La Gantoise and Braxgata will be their women’s representatives for the 2020/21 season.Continue reading Belgium formally end season with European places confirmed But is all fair?
As a result of the further expansion of the Coronavirus in Belgium, the Flemish and French-speaking bodies competent for sports have decided to suspend all sports events in Belgium until March 31.
- Flemish Minister of Sport Ben Weyts: https://www.benweyts.be/nieuws/sportwereld-emt-maatelijkever responsible- en-ziet-af-van-ublieksevenementen-a l
- Minister of Sport of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles Valérie Glatigny:
The Royal Belgian Hockey Association, the Flemish Hockey League and the Ligue Francophone de Hockey take note of this official decision and will comply with it. I.e. that ALL hockey activities (matches, training, initiations, …) in Belgium will be suspended from 12/03 until at least March 31, 2020.
The Hockey Association advises all clubs not to organize replacement activities in their infrastructure during this period. beside
we would urge everyone to submit the official recommendations regarding. observe hygiene and social contacts. This one
recommendations can be found here: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/nl/2020/03/10/help-jezelf-en-anderen-te-eschermen/
We will continue to monitor developments closely and will communicate again as soon as there is an official change
is announced by the competent authorities.
Finally, the KBHB, the VHL and the LFH would like to wish everyone affected by the virus a speedy recovery.
The Belgian Red Lions put on a cracking show in front of a big home crowd at Wilrijkse Plein to start the Belfius EuroHockey Championships in party mode.Continue reading FIVE-STAR BELGIUM GET THE PARTY STARTED
Germany’s women and Belgium’s men both recorded key victories in the race to secure an all-important top four finish in the FIH Pro League on Wednesday (12 June), while the Netherlands women were also winners as they ended New Zealand’s Grand Final ambitions. A top four finish in the FIH Pro League comes with tickets to this month’s FIH Pro League Grand Final in Amsterdam and also the FIH Olympic qualifiers, which take place later this year.Continue reading Germany women and Belgium men claim crucial victories in Grand Final qualification race
The German men’s team could have been forgiven for thinking they had consigned Belgium (WR:1) to a first FIH Pro League defeat. With seven minutes of the match to go, Germany (WR:6) were leading 4-2 and their defence was on fine form. But Belgium have enormous powers of self-belief and resilience and the resulting draw, which saw Germany win the shoot-out bonus point, was a fair reflection of a game between two magnificently competitive teams.Continue reading Red Lions fight back to deny Germany
Germany women got off to a cracking start against Belgium as Player of the Match Charlotte Stapenhorst proved yet again why she is regarded as one of the best strikers in the world. First she latched onto a ball that had been played into the circle, deflecting it into the goal. This was followed with a piece of audacious skill: Stapenhorst bounced the ball on her stick as she ran past the despairing Belgium defenders and then coolly flicked the ball past Aisling D’Hooghe in the Belgium goal.Continue reading Stapenhorst shines in antwerp
Belgium’s women avenged their recent 2-0 away defeat against reigning Olympic champions Great Britain by recording a fine 4-1 win on home soilContinue reading Belgium red Panthers tame the pride
Belgium men extended their advantage at the top of the FIH Pro League standings with a scintillating attacking display to earn a 4-2 victory over Great Britain,Continue reading Ruthless Belgium dismantle Great britain
Belgium’s women overcame a losing position to salvage two points from a potential three in their FIH Pro League encounter with hosts China on Saturday (25 May), claiming a bonus point by winning the shoot-out after regular time finished with the scores locked at 3-3 in Changzhou.Continue reading Belgium’s Red Panthers fight back to take bonus point against China in Changzhou