Breda in The Netherlands will host the 37th and last edition of the men's Hockey Champions Trophy from tomorrow.
A development programme aimed at increasing the standard of officiating in hockey has been launched by the sport's world governing body.
United States and Canada emerged as the winners of the men’s and women’s events at the inaugural Hockey Series competition in Salamanca, Mexico.
Canada's women recorded their third consecutive victory as the United States were held to a thrilling 5-5 draw by hosts Mexico in the men's tournament at the Hockey Series Open in Salamanca.
Panama recorded their first victory in the men's tournament at the Hockey Series Open as they beat Costa Rica in Salamanca in Mexico.
United States' men and Canada's women each enjoyed comfortable victories as action continued at the opening Hockey Series leg in Salamanca in Mexico.
Canada's women began their Hockey Series campaign with a mammoth victory in Salamanca in Mexico.
Hosts Mexico enjoyed huge victories in both the men's and women's competitions as the inaugural event of the new Hockey Series began in Salamanca.
The inaugural edition of the Hockey Series will begin tomorrow in Mexico, with the competition marking the beginning of the sport's qualification phase for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
England Hockey has marked 50 days to go before the start of the Women's World Cup in the country with the launch of its #BehindEveryGreatPlayer campaign.
Tickets for preliminary round matches and quarter-finals at the 2018 Men's Hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar have gone on sale.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) have announced a digital partnership agreement with Little Dot Studios.
Bobby Crutchley has resigned as head coach of the England and Great Britain's men's hockey teams.
India's men and women's hockey teams qualify for Buenos Aires 2018 and are joined by Australia and Vanuatu
India’s men’s and women’s hockey teams have qualified for the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, despite experiencing contrasting fortunes in their respective finals at the Asian qualifiers in Bangkok.
A written warning has been issued by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) to its President Narinder Batra while he has also been ordered to make an unspecified but compulsory donation to charity after he posted incendiary messages on social media last year.