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  • Netherlands: Warmerdam Enjoys Playoff Debut: ‘but We Don’t Have Anything Yet’Netherlands: Warmerdam Enjoys Playoff Debut: ‘but We Don’t Have Anything Yet’
    If you didn’t know better, you must have thought after the playoff-game between Amsterdam and Pinoké on Sunday that the Stingneuzen had just won the Dutch title of the Tulip Hoofdklasse Men. Hundreds of Pinoké supporters stormed the field. They hugged and cheered the players, thousands of fans clapped their hands and… Read more »
  • Germany: Harvestehude Beats Cologne After Penalty ShootoutGermany: Harvestehude Beats Cologne After Penalty Shootout
    In a close duel between Harvestehuder THC and Rot-Weiss Cologne, there is no winner after 60 minutes. In the penalty shootout, the women from Harvestehuder THC then have better nerves and carry off the victory.  HARVESTEHUDER THC – ROT-WEISS KÖLN 3:2 (1:1, 1:1) N.SO The last quarter-finals of the weekend in… Read more »
  • EHF: Donation Page Set Up for UkraineEHF: Donation Page Set Up for Ukraine
    European Hockey Federation opens donation page for Ukraine In order to support the people of Ukraine, the European Hockey Federation (EHF) is asking all hockey clubs and individuals for help. The EHF has set up a donation page for the support. Donations can be made via the following link: https://eurohockey.org/product/ehf-stand-with-ukraine/ . Even the… Read more »
  • New Zealand: Tough Loss for Vantage Black Sticks as Hockeyroos Snatch Late VictoryNew Zealand: Tough Loss for Vantage Black Sticks as Hockeyroos Snatch Late Victory
    Match two of the Sentinel Homes #TransTasman series ended in defeat for the @BlackSticks Women as they went down 2-1 to the @Hockeyroos in a hotly fought contest in #Auckland. Read more »
  • New Zealand: Vantage Black Sticks Draw With HockeyroosNew Zealand: Vantage Black Sticks Draw With Hockeyroos
    International hockey is well and truly back, for New Zealand, after a brilliant match between the Vantage Black Sticks Women and the Hockeyroos in Auckland on Tuesday night. The final result of 2-2 was a fair reflection of the battle between the two teams. Nine months since both team’s last… Read more »
  • Germany: UHC Hamburg Secures Last Place in QuarterfinalsGermany: UHC Hamburg Secures Last Place in Quarterfinals
    On the last match day of the regular season, the final decision is made in the men’s 1st Bundesliga. The UHC Hamburg fights a draw against Uhlenhorst Mülheim and moves into the quarter-finals. Dusseldorf clearly loses and therefore has to fight against relegation in the play-down games. The match reports: HAMBURGER POLO CLUB… Read more »
  • Germany: Munich in the Quarterfinals, Mülheim Collects Bitter DefeatGermany: Munich in the Quarterfinals, Mülheim Collects Bitter Defeat
    On the last regular matchday of the women’s 1st Bundesliga, the Munich SC secures the quarter-final ticket. A home defeat is enough to remain in fourth place in the table, as Mülheim also has to accept a clear defeat against Düsseldorfer HC. The match reports: UHLENHORST MÜLHEIM – DÜSSELDORFER HC 0: 8… Read more »
  • Belgium: Leopold Will Not Go Before the Appeals Committee
    Even if they find it unfair, the Ucclois have decided to comply with the judgment rendered by the Control Committee in the general interest of hockey and in order to make the values ​​of fair play take precedence over its individual interests. The Brussels club has decided to put an… Read more »
  • Belgium: Racing Finds the HeightsBelgium: Racing Finds the Heights
    The people of Brussels had been dreaming of a new title since 1941. And, facing Ghent, in the final, they showed character and mastery to emerge and crown a season which they nevertheless went through while undergoing certain turbulences. The playoff finals were like the season for the Ucclois. Abused, shaken… Read more »
  • England: Kwan Browne Appointed Men’s Head Coach at Southgate HCEngland: Kwan Browne Appointed Men’s Head Coach at Southgate HC
    Breaking News: @SouthgateHC has today appointed @kwandwane as their new Men’s Head Coach ahead of the 2022/2023 season. Kwane leaves @HWHCofficial after a glory filled 7 years #hockey Read more »

EHL

  • Düsseldorf, HTHC, Alster and Mannheim have quarter-final advantage
    It s advantage Düsseldorf, Harvestehuder THC, Club an der Alster and Mannheimer HC in the German women’s playoffs after the first game of the quarter-final series. Read more »
  • HTHC, Uhlenhorst, Mannheim and Rot-Weiss win first legs
    Harvestehuder THC, Uhlenhorst Mülheim, Mannheimer HC and Rot-Weiss Köln all have the advantage from the first leg of the German men’s playoff quarter-finals. Read more »
  • SCHC and Den Bosch take early initiative in best of three series
    SCHC and Den Bosch have taken the initial advantage in the Dutch women’s playoffs as they won Thursday night battles against AH&BC Amsterdam and hdm, respectively.  SCHC took the laurels in their first of three potential meetings this week, edging out Amsterdam at the Wagener Stadium. Laurien Leurink’s classy individual… Read more »
  • Complutense win Spanish women’s title for third time
    Sanse Complutense won just the third Spanish women’s title in their history as they beat Madrid city rivals Club de Campo in a final shoot-out. Campo had impressed in Saturday’s semi-final, beating EHL BRONZE medal winners Junior FC 4-0 while Complutense were victors against Real Club de Polo in a… Read more »
  • Atlèti win 22nd Spanish men’s title
    Atlètic Terrassa, has been proclaimed the Spanish men’s champion for the 22nd time as they got the best of Real Club de Polo in a shoot-out on Sunday. They progressed to the final with a 3-2 win over Club Egara while Polo prevailed against Club de Campo in a shoot-out. … Read more »
  • Gantoise win back-to-back Belgian women’s final
    Gantoise won the women’s Belgian title with plenty to spare as they won the two-legged final with a 3-1 success on Saturday followed by a 3-0 victory on Sunday. Read more »
  • Cosyns treble earns Racing first title for 81 years
    Royal Racing Club de Bruxelles ended an 81-year wait last weekend as they got the best of Gantoise over two legs in the Belgian men’s championships ifnal. Saturday saw the two sides draw 2-2 in the first leg, leaving the title going down to a straight shoot-out in the second… Read more »
  • H&W pay tribute to Kwan Browne after super six-year spell
    ** Picture: Simon Parker/SP Action Images Kwan Browne will swap Hampstead & Westminster to take up the men’s head coach role at Southgate next season after a successful six-year spell with the former club. Speaking of his appointment, the former Trinidad & Tobago international said: “It’s a great opportunity to… Read more »
  • Van der Linden to hang up stick after 15 years with HGCVan der Linden to hang up stick after 15 years with HGC
    EHL winner Floris van der Linden is hanging up his stick after an incredibly loyal 15-year stint with HGC in the Hoofdklasse. He arrived at the club from Belgium after high school having achieved success with Gantoise and Belgian youth teams before switching to the Netherlands. There, he joined the… Read more »
  • Spanish Final 4 ready to roll in Madrid
    The Spanish Final 4 will take place in Madrid this weekend as the culmination of the domestic season plays out on Saturday and Sunday. In the women’s competition, Club de Campo de Madrid will take on Junior FC in the first semi-final in a repeat of the 2021 final and,… Read more »

EHF

  • EuroHockey Club Championships 2022 – UPDATED
    The EuroHockey Club Trophy I & II and Challenge (Men) & EuroHockey Club Trophy and Challenge (Women) tournaments in 2022 will take place as follows (Hosts are highlighted in bold): […] The post EuroHockey Club Championships 2022 – UPDATED appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • EuroHockey5s Championship, Women, 2023
    The EuroHockey5s Championship 2023 (Women) will take place on the following dates at the venue stated. Women’s Championship Teams: AUT, BEL, BLR (*excluded for the foreseeable future), CRO, NED, POL, […] The post EuroHockey5s Championship, Women, 2023 appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • WINS Partners explore key issues for female sport officialsWINS Partners explore key issues for female sport officials
    9th May 2022, Brussels, Belgium: WINS Partners explore key issues for female sports officials at the first face-to-face meeting in Nice, France. The partners in the WINS project, of which […] The post WINS Partners explore key issues for female sport officials appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • EuroHockey5s U16 Championships 2022 – update
    Updated 3rd May 2022, Brussels, Belgium: The EuroHockey5s U16 Championships 2022 (Boys and Girls) will take place on the following dates at the venues stated. Participating nations have qualified for […] The post EuroHockey5s U16 Championships 2022 – update appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • EuroHockey U18 Youth Championships 2023
    6th May 2022, Brussels, Belgium: The 2023 EuroHockey U18 Youth Championships will take place on the following dates at the venues stated. Participating nations are qualified for pools and divisions […] The post EuroHockey U18 Youth Championships 2023 appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • EuroHockey Institute Transnational Meeting 6: The NetherlandsEuroHockey Institute Transnational Meeting 6: The Netherlands
    4th May 2002, Brussels: Belgium: During the start of the EHL the EuroHockey Institute Project partners met at Hurley Hockey Club. The mission is to develop an institute that will […] The post EuroHockey Institute Transnational Meeting 6: The Netherlands appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • EuroHockey Qualifiers, Men and Women 2022 – update
    Update 4th May 2022, Brussels, Belgium: Due to the exclusion of Russia and Belarus, the EuroHockey Qualifier events had to be reviewed.  In particular, the men’s events had to be […] The post EuroHockey Qualifiers, Men and Women 2022 – update appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • EuroHockey Junior Championships 2022 – update
    Updated information, 3rd May 2022, Brussels, Belgium: The 2022 EuroHockey Junior Championships (Men and Women) will take place on the following dates at the venues stated. Participating nations have qualified […] The post EuroHockey Junior Championships 2022 – update appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • EuroHockey5s Championship, Men, 2022 – update
    Updated 3rd May 2022, Brussels, Belgium: The EuroHockey5s Championship 2022 (Men) will take place on the following dates at the venue stated: Men’s Championship Teams: ARM, AUT, BEL, CRO, CYP, […] The post EuroHockey5s Championship, Men, 2022 – update appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »
  • #FridayFocus – EHF Umpires Courses at the EHL Finals#FridayFocus – EHF Umpires Courses at the EHL Finals
    29th April 2002, Brussels, Belgium: Our FridayFocus today is all about our Umpires! Alongside the EHL Finals in Amsterdam, the EHF held its three umpiring courses: Umpires for Nations, Umpires […] The post #FridayFocus – EHF Umpires Courses at the EHL Finals appeared first on European Hockey Federation. Read more »

The Hockeypaper

  • Barry Middleton’s mum campaigns to save Welsh hockey club from 3G
    The threat of 3G has reared its head again as The Hockey Paper hears of a club and school in West Wales earmarked for conversion from a hockey suitable surface. Proposals are currently meeting stiff resistance from campaigners.  Sheila Middleton has over 60 years of involvement as a hockey player,… Read more »
  • A night of emotion and club service at Ashford’s 100th anniversary
    The Hockey Paper’s editor attends one Middlesex club’s 100th anniversary celebrations She is the first person you usually see at events – be it club, internationals, Euros or World Cups – and was the last to receive a special lifetime achievement award at Ashford HC’s centenary bash earlier this month.… Read more »
  • Scottish hockey: Western Wildcats complete historic treble
    With national indoor and outdoor titles already banked, Western Wildcats cantered to their historic treble with a 6-0 victory over Hillhead in the men’s Scottish Cup final at Peffermill. It was a competitive and even opening five minutes of the contest with both sides battling hard for possession. Western Wildcats… Read more »
  • Australia women seal Trans-Tasman Series
    The Hockeyroos won the 2022 Trans-Tasman Series after recording a final game 2-1 victory over New Zealand. Heading into the fourth and final match in the box seat to claim the series after a win and two draws, the Hockeyroos finished with goals from Rebecca Greiner and Brooke Peris to put the stamp on… Read more »
  • Hockey photo of the month: The split-second impact save
    The Hockey Writers’ Club (HWC) has chosen this image taken by Andy Mair of UmpireCam as its April photo of the month. The members of the HWC Photographers group have voted for their favourite image for its competition entries nd selected Mair’s image of Anne Veenendaal of Amsterdam H&BC making… Read more »
  • Leek hockey to support Imran Sherwani at centenary dinner
    Leek Hockey Club will be celebrating its centenary this September. The North Staffordshire club was formed in 1922 and has always been a successful family friendly club.   Over the years it was predominately a men’s club, but 25 years ago the club combined with the newly formed Leek Ladies. It… Read more »
  • Tributes paid to Hockeyroo Sandy Pisani
    Tributes have been paid to Olympic hockey champion Sandy Pisani who dies last month, aged 63. Pisani, who earned 105 caps, was in the Hockeyroos side that won Australia’s first Olympic gold medal in hockey at Seoul 1988. She had also captained the Hockeyroos three years beforehand and competed at… Read more »
  • Hockey star Delfina Merino left out of Argentina’s World Cup women’s squad
    Argentina’s Delfina Merino has spoken out over being left in the dark following her omission from Las Leonas’ squad ahead of the World Cup this summer. Forward Merino, 32, wrote a damning social media post on Thursday as she described her “anger and sadness” at being left out of Fernando… Read more »
  • Hockey Matters: Strength and conditioning tips for goalkeepers
    Hockey goalkeepers have unique requirements, from a technical, physical, psychological and tactical perspective.  Not only do goalkeepers need to be agile, reactive and explosive, they also need to be able to repeat these high-intensity actions over the course of a game. The implications of a fatigued goalkeeper are fairly obvious… Read more »
  • State of Play: New-look England men in strong position to make next step
    We are on the verge of several weeks of international hockey and, although different nations take vastly varied approaches to the Pro League, we can still learn a great deal about the teams. Casting aside differing views on whether the global league we are watching is really just a set… Read more »

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Self Pass

  • 2020, the ‘takeaway’ year
    For most of us, 2020 was far from pleasant.Regardless of your occupation or location, the corona crisis has had an enormous impact on everyone’s life, both directly and indirectly. Whether you realize it or not. This might not be a year you want to remember but it is surely one… Read more »
  • Hockey during Wartime!
    History has a long tradition of linking sports and war. Sport might have started some wars, avoided others and was even caught-up in the middle of others. We are all currently in a ‘silent war’ against this damn Corona Virus and once again, sports have an important social and cultural… Read more »
  • Hockey5s Madness!
    Hockey means a lot to me.  It represents memories, personal and professional development, achievement and overcoming all sorts of challenges.  Hockey and sports in general, offer the opportunity of dreaming. Personally, some of those dreams did come true: To meet some of my idols growing up, to live and work… Read more »
  • The Irishman ‘case’
    I’ve once heard the Dutch umpire Coen van Bunge, stating that: ‘Hockey could be something in-between Football (soccer) and Rugby’. Coen was specifically talking about umpiring styles and communication. I liked and totally ‘bought into’ that idea. I like the balance between those 2 sports different cultures, I thought that… Read more »
  • Building-up in ‘Slang’Building-up in ‘Slang’
    (Slang: a type of language consisting of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal, more common in speech than writing and typically restricted to a particular context or group of people.) Mathias Mueller: ‘When there are restarts from the back, in the moment that you pass the ball,… Read more »
  • EHL – Reflections from “Pau Negre” stand | Carlos García Cuenca
    A few weeks ago I received a call from my friend Bernardo Fernandes in which he proposed the idea of collaborating with Self-Pass during the EHL KO16 and KO08 stages in Barcelona, my affirmative response was immediate. For nothing in the world I’d miss this event that so many joys… Read more »
  • A lighthouse called EHL
    In my sunny hometown Cascais, there is this lighthouse called Farol de Santa Marta. I have always thought of it as a beautiful and meaningful building.  It literally and figuratively enlightens, shows the way, it was a reference for the those at sea but also for the ones inland.  It’s tall… Read more »
  • Fading Playgrounds
    ‘There was formerly a capacity for light-heartedness and play which has been to some extent inhibited by the cult of efficiency. The modern man thinks that everything ought to be done for the sake of something else, and never for its own sake.’ This quote from the late British philosopher… Read more »
  • The Players Voice – Mental approach of Drag Flick
    There is already (some) information available out there about different drag flick techniques and exercises, but like in so many areas of such a rich tactical and technical game like hockey, I was curious to listen about the mental approach of such a special area of the game.Decided to ask… Read more »
  • Indoor Hockey is S.E.X.Y.Indoor Hockey is S.E.X.Y.
        I adore the game of indoor hockey… Who doesn’t?! But I am also convinced that is a fundamental tool to develop and promote the ‘mother’ sport field hockey at a world scale. The enthusiasm and passion about indoor hockey is currently shared by so many people around the… Read more »

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