Ireland face USA in Summit Clash at Glasgow CC1

FIH Hockey Champions Challenge I (Women's): Glasgow

Ireland have made the final of the FIH Champions Challenge I beating South Africa in a fast paced and exciting match 2-1. Irish women’s will now face USA in the summit clash at Glasgow tomorrow, Sunday 4th may at 5.45pm. USA defeated Spain 3-1 after leading 3-0 at half time of other semi final. South Africa and Spain will fight it out for Bronze medal, as Korea take on Belgium for 5th place and hosts Scotland face India for 7th place. Ireland took a difficult route to the final having to knock out the number one seeds in this tournament … Continue reading →




Ireland held Spain, RSA beat USA at Glasgow CC1

FIH Hockey Champions Challenge I (Women's): Glasgow

Ireland came back from 0-2 down at half time to hold Spain for 2-2 in a Pool B match at the FIH Women’s Champions Challenge 1 being played at Glasgow. While, South Africa also bounced back from 0-1 down at half time and defeated USA 2-1 in today’s other game of Pool B to grab the top spot in the pool with 4 points. South Africa are followed by USA and Ireland with 3 and 2 points respectively at 2nd and 3rd place in the pool with all the teams having to play one match each at pool stage. Author: “The … Continue reading →




Korea beat India 4-2 at Glasgow Champions Challenge 1

Savita Punia (Indian Women's Hockey Goalkeeper) (Credits: Rodrigo Jaramillo)

Korea came from behind to defeat India 4-2 in the last match of the opening day of FIH Champions Challenge 1 (Women’s) in Glasgow, Scotland. Ireland came back twice to hold South Africa for 2-2 draw, while Belgium edged past hosts Scotland 2-1 and USA defeated Spain by 3-1 in other matches of the day. The Indian eves had a confident start of the match but went down fighting to Korea. India opened the score card in the 12th minute through Vandana Katariya’s field goal with a well placed back-handed shot. This got the Koreans on the back foot but … Continue reading →




World Cup Broadcast and Streaming Details: On Ten Sports in Indian Subcontinent

Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014, the Hague (Netherlands) from 31st May to 15th June 2014

• Rabobank Hockey World Cup to be broadcast on TV to over 80 countries • Digital streaming to hit 192 countries via YouTube • Fan experience enhanced by social media, mobile app and latest technology The International Hockey Federation target to 368 million viewers via television and digital rech including live streaming on YouTube for the upcoming Rabobank Hockey World Cup, 31 May – 16 June in The Hague. While 1.25 million views are projected for the live YouTube streaming. The Hockey World Cup broadcast experience will be complemented with fan-engagement opportunities via FIH social media channels, while the HD … Continue reading →




FIH Hockey Champions Challenge I (Women’s): Glasgow

FIH Hockey Champions Challenge I (Women's): Glasgow

FIH Hockey Champions Challenge I (Women’s) 27th April – 04th May, 2014 at Glasgow National Hockey Centre, Glasgow, Scotland FINAL POSITIONS: 1.USA, 2.Ireland, 3.South Africa, 4.Spain, 5.Korea, 6.Belgium, 7.Scotland, 8.India Teams: Pool A: Belgium, India, Korea, Scotland Pool B: Ireland, Spain, South Africa, USA. The live streaming of FIH Hockey Champions Challenge I (Women’s) is available FIH’s YouTube channel. Full Schedule and Results of FIH Hockey Champions Challenge I (Women’s) : Quarter Finals # Info Time (BST) Time (IST) Team vs Team Sun, 27-Apr FT (HT) 1 Pool B 10:00 14:30 USA 3-1 (1-0) Spain 2 Pool B 12:00 16:30 South Africa … Continue reading →




Japan and USA Women Go to the Hague

Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014, the Hague (Netherlands) from 31st May to 15th June 2014

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has confirmed that the women’s national hockey teams of Japan and USA have qualified for next year’s Rabobank Hockey World Cup in The Hague, Netherlands after the completion of Women’s Asia Cup in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Pan American Cup in Mendoza (Argentina). Like all of the continental championships, the big prize on offer both at the Asian and Pan American Cups was direct qualification for next year’s showpiece event at The Hague’s hugely impressive 15,000-seat Kyocera Stadium. Japan grabbed that opportunity with both hands on Friday (27 September), defeating Korea in the tournament final to become … Continue reading →