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AHF sponsors two hockey turfs

The Asian Hockey Federation (AHF) has come to the rescue of the Sri Lanka Hockey Association by sponsoring the installation…

Kenya’s national hockey stadium to be upgraded

The Kenyan hockey authorities and the International Hockey Federation (FIH) have agreed to refurbish the City Park hockey stadium. According…

Can a new ball end hockey’s water challenge?

A self-wetting hockey ball that mimics watered field interactions on a dry surface might offer an affordable solution to hockey…

Dutch to embrace FIH standards?

Sportsfields.info has learnt that the governing authorities for hockey in the Netherlands are currently reviewing national quality standards to establish…

Non-watered hockey turf update

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is pursuing synthetic turf surfaces that have the playing characteristics of wet turf but do…

Hockey5s is just an addition

FIH CEO Thierry Weil has dismissed fears that Hockey5s will replace the 11vs11 format, and, as such, force clubs and…

Polytan and FIH extend partnership

Polytan will also be an FIH partner beyond the Paris Olympics. In response to the partnership’s recent success delivering climate…

FIH releases new Hockey Turf and Field Standards for 2021

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has released the latest updates to its Hockey Turf & Field Standards for 11-a-side fields…

FIH discusses HOCKEY5s concept

HOCKEY5s, a drive towards pitch options that reduce or remove the need for water and the importance of continuing to…