The EHF welcomes the agreement to partner with Recreational Systems International to advance the strategic objectives of the EHF to continue to develop hockey in Europe.
RSI’s extensive portfolio of innovative and sustainable solutions was a key reason for the EHF to partner with RSI.
EHF President, Marijke Fleuren welcomed the agreement stating:
“Many European National Associations are experiencing a growing membership. Club hockey is at the core of hockey in Europe, so the increasing exposure of the game means a desire to enhance or improve club facilities. RSI’s goals are very much aligned with ours, their reliable, sustainable and innovative solutions will certainly make a difference”.
RSI’s Managing Partner Arnoud Fiolet added;
“We are excited to help grow hockey in Europe. A majority of our personnel and partners are former hockey international & national players from German, Dutch and Belgium origin. Hence our focus on hockey solutions are air domes, skill parks, 5 aside pitches, and boarding systems. We are keen to make a contribution.”
The 2-year partnership with the EHF will see not only a financial contribution to the development of hockey but in addition free video analysis and statistics for nations and club teams at 5 EuroHockey events in 2020.
RSI will also provide personalised EuroHockey event ballbags at 10 tournaments in 2020.
Jokko de Wit, EHF’s Partnership Manager added that:
“The agreement will see the EHF making some really innovative RSI products part and parcel of the development of our game. RSI solutions will be used for at least five EuroHockey events in the coming year already. As these events will be live streamed on EHTV, RSI will soon be a household name to everybody who enjoys hockey.”