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Work has begun at Harlequins Rugby Club ahead of Great Britain's two FIH Pro League games on Sunday 23 June. In collaboration with their partners, Great Britain Hockey are putting in place a ground-breaking new technology to lay a hockey pitch in this top class rugby stadium; the Twickenham Stoop. The...
Great Britain’s men continued their strong start to the FIH Pro League with a fourth away win from five matches, this time a 1-0 victory in Moenchengladbach, ahead of their first home match of the competition on Saturday 4 May against Spain. Also securing a clean-sheet over Germany, Great Britain...
Head Coach Mark Hager had reasons to be optimistic after his team's two points against the USA - but admitted he would have much preferred all three. Mark led the women's side for the first time on home soil, seeing his team pick up two points; one for the 1-1...
The FIH Pro League is coming to Mönchengladbach: From April 24th to 30th, the German women's and men's national teams will be playing their games on the new turf in the hockey park.  "The sport of field hockey is not only a tradition, but also a living presence in Mönchengladbach",...
Men's head coach Danny Kerry admits he's delighted to be watching more hockey than ever in the FIH Pro League - although he joked that his wife isn't quite so sure! The FIH Pro League in 2019 sees 128 games take place across the globe, with 15 teams doing battle...
In the opening game of a new league, playing far away from home against one of the best players and teams in the world, a 17-year-old stole the show. Forward Mackenzie Allessie corralled a rebound, calmly made a move in front of goal, and put the ball in the back...
Having had a disappointing first half of the Pro League, the men’s Vantage Black Sticks are hoping time on the road will bring a change in fortunes. New Zealand’s two national teams play Argentina in Rosario on Saturday morning, the women’s clash starting at 6.30am NZT and the men to...
The FIH Pro League has continued to entertain with regular international hockey matches providing high quality displays for the on-watching supporters. Consisting of the best teams in the world, the FIH Pro League returns on Saturday 6 April as Argentina host Great Britain in a double header match from 7:30pm...
Great Britain's men's head coach Danny Kerry says his team were smiling when on the end of light-hearted stick from young Spanish fans in their very first FIH Pro League game! The new global competition has started in earnest, with fans from all over the world backing their nations on...
Both Great Britain’s men’s and women’s team will be in FIH Pro League action on Saturday 6 April to face Argentina in a double header match that will be shown live on BT Sport from 7:30pm GMT. The women’s side go into the match off the back of an impressive...
Great Britain’s Giselle Ansley is aiming to put some wins on the board when the women’s squad go on their second tour in the FIH Pro League to face the USA (31 March) and Argentina (6 April). Great Britain last faced the Americans at Rio 2016, recording a 2-1 victory...
Hockeyroos coach Paul Gaudoin is eager to gain some positive results from the side’s upcoming pacific leg of the FIH Pro League following back-to-back defeats in Sydney. The Hockeyroos finished off their home fixtures in the FIH Pro League with losses to Argentina and New Zealand, leaving the side in...
The Kookaburras cannot wait for the challenges which come when they depart Australian shores for the upcoming away matches in the inaugural FIH Pro League. The world number two Kookaburras finished their FIH Pro League home matches with a 5-1 win over New Zealand to seal five consecutive victories and...
Hockey Australia confirms the Hockeyroos have made one change to their selected team for the upcoming FIH Pro League matches against Argentina and New Zealand in Sydney. Grace Stewart has been added to the 19-member team, replacing Rosie Malone due to injury. Saturday 16 March 2019 – Sydney Olympic Park Hockey...
Hockeyroo Rachael Lynch
Hockeyroo Rachael Lynch is set to make history this weekend by becoming only the second Australian goalkeeper to reach 200 caps and says there’s no end in sight. Lynch, who turns 33 in July, will reach the milestone if selected in Saturday’s FIH Pro League match against Argentina at Sydney...

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