Fraudulent Activity

England Hockey have been made aware of fraudulent activity targeting clubs. A club membership form has been taken from Old Silhillians’ Hockey Club website, the bank details amended to divert the money to the fraudster and they have then forged the signatures and bank details of at least two other clubs in an attempt to

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Source: England Hockey

EuroHockey tickets purchased by 12 nations

EuroHockey 2015 is coming to London on 21-30 August and it’s not just the UK who has been snapping up tickets to see Europe’s finest. Hockey nations Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Spain, all of whom have competing teams in the tournament have already bagged their seats at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre next Summer.

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Source: England Hockey

Champions Trophy matches live on Sky Sports

Both England’s Men and Women are in Champions Trophy action in the coming weeks and there’s great news for hockey fans as Sky Sports have announced they will be showing the games live. The women’s tournament from Mendoza, Argentina, starts on November 29 and runs until December 7. England’s women have been drawn against three

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Barbara West

England Hockey has with great sadness reported the death of Barbara West, who died recently aged 100. Born on the 9th November 1913, she died five days short of 101st birthday. Known to all as ‘Bar’, she was an outstanding servant of women’s hockey for over 50 years, lecturing and coaching at Chelsea PE College,

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Source: England Hockey

Win EuroHockey 2015 Tickets

Fancy being at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London next summer to see the best teams in Europe battle it out to be crowned EuroHockey 2015 Champions? All you have to do to win two adult tickets to the pool stage of the competition is follow @EuroHockey2015 on Twitter and England Hockey will draw a winner at

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Source: Simon Parker

Be a volunteer at EuroHockey 2015

The EuroHockey Championships 2015 is being jointly hosted by England Hockey and the European Hockey Federation, and sees the top eight European national men’s and women’s teams battle it out for the top prize over 10 days and 40 matches. Hosted at hockey’s Olympic legacy venue, the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Queen

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