Indian Women’s Hockey Team will face hosts Netherlands in the quarter-finals of Hockey World League, while Pool B toppers Germany will take on Chile. New Zealand and Korea lock horns with Japan and Belgium respectively in other two quarter-final matches in Rotterdam.
The news, updates about ticketing, schedule and detailed results, etc. of the tournament along with points table can be found here on our website.
The Schedule and Results
Inaugural Hero Hockey India League
Venues: Delhi (book tickets), Jalandhar, Lucknow (book tickets), Mumbai and Ranchi.
The Schedule and Results of Hockey India League are here:
|1||14/01 20:00||DWR||2 x 1||JPW||Delhi|
|2||16/01 18:00||JPW||1 x 2||RR||Jalandhar|
|3||16/01 20:00||DWR||2 x 1||MM||Delhi|
|4||17/01 20:00||JPW||1 x 2||UPW||Jalandhar|
|5||18/01 20:00||RR||3 x 1||MM||Ranchi|
|6||19/01 11:30||UPW||1 x 1||DWR||Lucknow|
|7||20/01 15:00||UPW||2 x 0||RR||Lucknow|
|8||20/01 20:00||MM||2 x 4||JPW||Mumbai|
|9||21/01 20:00||MM||4 x 6||DWR||Mumbai|
|10||22/01 20:00||JPW||2 x 2||UPW||Jalandhar|
|11||23/01 20:00||RR||4 x 5||DWR||Ranchi|
|12||24/01 18:00||RR||3 x 1||UPW||Ranchi|
|13||24/01 20:00||JPW||4 x 3||MM||Jalandhar|
|14||26/01 15:00||UPW||1 x 3||RR||Lucknow|
|15||26/01 19:00||DWR||4 x 3||MM||Delhi|
|16||27/01 15:00||UPW||3 x 4||JPW||Lucknow|
|17||28/01 20:00||RR||2 x 1||MM||Ranchi|
|18||29/01 20:00||DWR||3 x 0||JPW||Delhi|
|19||30/01 18:00||MM||4 x 0||UPW||Mumbai|
|20||30/01 20:00||DWR||2 x 2||RR||Delhi|
|21||31/01 20:00||MM||1 x 3||JPW||Mumbai|
|22||01/02 20:00||RR||2 x 5||DWR||Ranchi|
|23||02/02 15:00||UPW||2 x 0||MM||Lucknow|
|24||02/02 20:00||RR||1 x 1||JPW||Ranchi|
|25||03/02 15:00||UPW||0 x 3||DWR||Lucknow|
|26||04/02 20:00||JPW||2 x 3||RR||Jalandhar|
|27||05/02 18:00||JPW||2 x 3||DWR||Jalandhar|
|28||05/02 20:00||MM||0 x 1||UPW||Mumbai|
|29||07/02 18:00||DWR||1 x 4||UPW||Delhi|
|30||07/02 20:00||MM||0 x 1||RR||Ranchi|
|31||09/02 17:00||RR||4 x 2||UPW||Ranchi|
|32||09/02 20:00||DWR||3 x 1||JPW||Ranchi|
Its finals time in Canberra, and the hockey is heating up! The top four teams have proven they each have the ability to cause an upset, and all are eager attain the success of the AHL Title. The Queensland Blades have already succeeded in achieving an improved performance, after the disappointment of finishing fifth last year, they have claimed top spot and will be keen to retain this position over the following days.
The skill and prowess of all teams has been phenomenal over the past four weeks, and with all but two of the current Australian Kookaburra’s squad in attendance it is no surprise. These athletes have a total of over 3000 caps for Australian and a combined total of over 800 goals during their Australian representation. Throughout the tournament there has been 165 goals scored, and we are hopeful this trend in attack will continue. The games will commence at 10am on Friday morning, and will continue over the next two days, with the Grand Final to occur at 4:30pm at the National Hockey Centre.
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Mumbai, March 27, 2012: Bridgestone World Series Hockey today announced its partnership with YouTube to live stream all the matches online to the global audience. The deal will further add to the strong momentum the series has seen so far. With the action heating up, hockey fans across the globe will be able to catch all the action from the league matches and the semis and final match slated for 1st and 2nd April on its dedicated channel on YouTube (www.youtube.com/wsh)
The move will give Bridgestone World Series Hockey access to global markets and fans will be also be able to access match highlights of the entire tournament.
Bridgestone World Series Hockey Highlights
Yannick Colaco, COO, Nimbus Sport, said, “The historic inaugural edition of Bridgestone World Series Hockey already has many firsts to its credit and this partnership with YouTube has taken the league to all the global fans. The response on the online space is extremely overwhelming and we’re excited to take this fantastic tournament to hockey fans across the globe.” Continue reading →