The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced an extensive shake-up of its committees and panels as part of the governing body's 10-year strategic plan.
Ireland defeated France in a tense shoot-out to win the Hockey World League (HWL) Round Two competition in Belfast today.
Ireland and France edged closer to the 2018 Hockey World Cup after making the final of a qualifying competition for the sport’s showpiece event.
The semi-final line-up for the second men’s Hockey World League Round Two event in Belfast was completed today.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced the schedule for the women’s Hockey World League (HWL) semi-final, which is due to take place this year in Belgium's capital Brussels.
Ireland defeated Italy 1-0 to secure their place as winners of Pool A at the second Hockey World League Round Two event in Belfast.
Malaysia produced a superb fightback in the final of the men's Hockey World League Round Two event in Dhaka in Bangladesh to defeat China in a shoot-out.
International Hockey Federation Executive Board member calls for more female leaders at national level
International Hockey Federation (FIH) Executive Board member Hazel Kennedy believes female sporting leaders need to be encouraged at a national level so that they can then makes strides globally.
Hockey Australia have confirmed Cam Vale has stepped down as its chief executive.
Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallists John-John Dohmen of Belgium and Dutchwoman Naomi Van As have been named the men's and women's Player of the Year respectively at the Hockey Stars Awards in Chandigarh in India today.
Rio 2016 gold medallist Maddie Hinch and double Olympian Dan Fox have won the prestigious 2016 Great Britain Player of the Year Awards.
Chandigarh in India will be the host venue for the first International Hockey Federation (FIH) Hockey Stars Awards on February 23.
A total of 18 countries have progressed to the candidate stage of the selection process for the International Hockey Federation’s (FIH) new global home and away league.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has chosen Berlin as the host city of the 2018 Indoor World Cup.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced the 2018 and 2022 editions of the World Cup will feature 16 teams instead of 12 in a bid to boost participation at the tournament.