Source: England Hockey

GB women return to the Olympic Park

See Great Britain women for the first time back on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park since their Olympic bronze medal victory at London 2012. Source: England Hockey Great Britain will take on Japan in the Investec Private Bank International on Sunday 26 April 2015, at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre. Investec Private Bank International Great

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Source: Andy Smith

Investec Women’s Promotion Tournament

A hat-trick from Philipa Newton helped Slough win 3-0 over Wakefield and make a great start to their bid for top-flight hockey in the Investec Women’s Promotion Tournament. Sunday’s win puts Slough top of the early table, although Buckingham are level following their 4-3 win over East Grinstead at Cannock Hockey Club. Goals from Jess

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Source: Matt Henderson

Superb Surbiton go undefeated

As the final whistle sounded at Sugden Road on Saturday, Surbiton’s players had achieved a terrific feat. Not only had they sewn up first place in the Investec Women’s Premier League during the previous round of games, they had now managed to become only the third women’s team – and first London side – to

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Source: Simon Parker

Stadium capacity increased for EuroHockey London 2015

Following extremely high demand for tickets, which has resulted in both Finals days and other key sessions selling out, England Hockey and The European Hockey Federation have made the decision to expand Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre’s seating capacity to allow more spectators to enjoy the much-anticipated EuroHockey Championships this August. The decision to

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Source: EHFFrank-Uijlenbroek

EuroHockey Championships 2015 to be broadcast live

England Hockey and the European Hockey Federation are delighted to announce that the EuroHockey Championships 2015 will be broadcasted live across key European territories. The action will be played out over 10 days in front of thousands of fans on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, England from 21-30 August. Source: England Hockey Following the

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Source: Ady Kerry / England Hockey

A generation inspired – junior Hockey Club membership up by 40%

England Hockey is delighted to announce its latest figures revealing that Club Hockey participation amongst under 16’s has grown by 40% since 2011. Overall participation in clubs is also up 16% on 2011 as hockey clubs continue to welcome new members every year. The inspiration of hockey’s successful teams at London 2012, where the women’s

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