After an intense and highly competitive Hero Hockey India League, the Men’s Hockey Team of India is all geared-up for their first international tournament of the year – the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup – to be held in Ipoh, Malaysia from 5th April to 12th April 2015. The Asian Games Gold medallist Indian team will face Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Canada and host Malaysia in the prestigious tournament.
Indian Men National Hockey Team for 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015
The team will be led by Captain Sardar Singh and supported by Vice-Captain PR Sreejesh. Also this will be the first tournament under new Chief Coach of India Paul van Ass and the team looks confident of starting the tourney on a winning note. The 18-member squad will depart today at 11:00 pm from the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. Continue reading →
24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015: Schedule and Results
Venue: Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
Dates: April 05-12, 2015
Participating Teams: Australia, Canada, Korea, India, Malaysia, New Zealand.
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Points Table of 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015:
Points Table of 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015
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28th May 2014: His Royal Highness, Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah (Sultan of Perak), passed away today at the age of 86. He is regarded as ‘Father of Malaysian Hockey‘ for contribution towards the sport in Malaysia.
Sultan Azlan Shah (1928-2014)
Sultan Azlan Shah was an accomplished lawyer, became Lord President of Malaysia, a highest judicial position in Malaysia and served the country as 9th King of Malaysia. Sultan Azlan Shah served as President of Malaysian Hockey Federation for 21 years and as President of the Asian Hockey Federation since 1990. He was also the Vice-President of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) for two terms since 1992. Continue reading →