New Delhi, 21 November 2013: Hockey India today announced that complimentary tickets of the forthcoming Hero Hockey Junior World Cup Men 2013 will be issued to former hockey Olympians and international players to witness the matches.
Hero Hockey Junior World Cup Men 2013 will be held at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi from 6-15 December 2013 (Schedule here).
All former hockey Olympians and international players are encouraged to contact Ajit Pal Singh and Dr. R P Singh, Selector Hockey India to request their tickets. Ajit Pal Singh and Dr. R P Singh can contact through their email id ajitpalsinghhockey[at]hotmail[dot]com and rpsinghhockey[at]gmail[dot]com respectively. They can also be reached on their mobiles also*. Continue reading →
From 1 to 4 August England Hockey will host a three-match series against Olympic silver medallists the Netherlands, as part of England Hockey’s pledge to host more top-flight international hockey, while England U21 team will take on Malaysia U21.
The series, entitled the NOW: Pensions Nations Cup will be held at Wakefield Hockey Club and the senior men’s team will be looking to bring their best form to the matches against the Dutch side before August’s TriFinance EuroHockey Championships campaign in Belgium. The series promises some extremely exciting hockey and in addition the U21 team will be playing Malaysia U21 prior to the senior England matches, in a bid to gain more international experience before they compete in the Junior World Cup later in the year. Continue reading →
Daily complimentary tickets are available for former hockey Olympians
New Delhi, 14 February 2013: Tickets for the Hero Hockey World League Round 2 2013, Delhi were released today and will be available at the ticket counter of Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium at Gate No. 5 from 10 am to 6 pm daily.
Tickets are available for Full-Day basis and priced Rs 50/- and Rs 1,000/- for General Stands and Heritage Block respectively.
Tickets on Ticketgenie.in
Tickets are also available at www.ticketgenie.in website, which is the official online ticketing partner of the Hero Hockey World League Round 2, 2013 to be held from 18 February to 24 February 2013 (full schedule of men’s and women’s competition). Continue reading →
New Delhi, 04 February 2013: The Hero Hockey India League has started selling tickets for the final four play-off matches that includes two Semi-Finals, 3rd place play off and a Final to be played on 9th and 10th February in Ranchi.
The tickets are available at www.ticketgenie.in (Semis and Finals) website and being sold at Gate No.2 of the Birsa Munda Astroturf Hockey Stadium in Ranchi, i.e. the venue of finals to be played on 9th and 10th Feb, for the spectators from today onwards.
The tickets for Semi-Finals are priced at Rs. 60/- and Rs. 100/-
and for Finals at Rs. 100/- and Rs. 150/-. Continue reading →
The final of day league stage of 2nd Asian Champions Trophy 2012 at Doha turned out to be exciting one as results of all three matches were important in deciding the 2nd finalists after India had already qualified for it.
In the first match China defeated Oman (6-1) to register their 3rd victory in the tournament to take themselves on 2nd place in points temporarily. Then Pakistan defeated (5-2) Japan after seesawing first half which ended up on equal terms (2-2) and climbed to second place in the table.
Pakistan had taken early lead through Muhammad Waqas in 1st min and Japan replied with two penalty corner goals in 8th and 23rd minute through Heita Yoshihara and Toshiro Tachibana respectively to bring out smiles on the faces of Malaysian fans. But evergreen Shakeel Abbasi scored equalizer for the green shirts a minute before the half time hooter. Continue reading →
The Schedule and Results
of 2nd Asian Champions Trophy 2012
Venue: Hockey Stadium, Al Rayyan Stadium,
Doha, Qatar (20-27 Dec, 2012)
Participating teams: China, Japan, India, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan
For live text commentary of the matches please visit stick2hockey.com.
Final Standing: 1. Pakistan, 2. India, 3. Malaysia, 4. China, 5. Oman, 6. Japan
The Schedule and Results :
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