Bangkok: Most of the teams have arrived and the stage is set! 11 Men's and 9 Women's teams will go head to head in a thrilling, 5-day Hockey 5's event. The tournament will start on the 25th of April.…Read more
The Asian Hockey Federation are very pleased to announce AHF International High Performance Goal Keeper Training & Coaching Course 14-16 March 2018 which will be held alongside the Men’s Asian Games…Read more
Bangkok: Most of the teams have arrived and the stage is set! 11 Men’s and 9 Women’s teams will go head to head in a thrilling, 5-day Hockey 5’s event. The tournament will start on the 25th of April. A total of 58 matches will be played over the course of the tournament, at the end of which, 2 top Men’s and Women’s teams will qualify for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires.
Bangkok: Ahead of the Asian Youth Olympic Games Qualifiers starting from the 25th of April, Thailand Hockey Association held a press conference. AHF Chief Executive Dato Tayyab Ikram, and President Thailand Hockey Association, Mr. Chaiyapak Siriwat lead the proceedings. Event officials, media representatives, and the host nations participating squad attended the press conference, which presented the details of the event, and what fans may look forward to.
The Hockey event will be held between the 5th and the 14th of April. Women’s teams will clash first with thrilling matches to look forward to, which include; India v Wales, Scotland v New Zealand, England v South Africa, and Australia v Canada. In the men’s category, Pakistan will face Wales, followed by a match between South Africa and Scotland. Top two team from each pool of each category will qualify for the Semi-finals which will be held on the 12th of April for Women and 13th of April for Men. The final for both categories will be Saturday, 14th of April.
Bahrain Hockey, under the official recognition of Asian Hockey Federation organized the Mini Olympics 2018 Inter School Hockey event. A total of 5 teams from three schools, namely; Sacred Hear School, Shaikha Hesaa Girls’ School, and St. Christopher School, participated in the event. St. Christopher’s Leafs won Gold, St Christopher’s Lighting won Silver, while Shaikha Hessa Purple won Bronze.