27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2018 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2018

The 27th Edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup will commence from the 3rd of March 2018, and will showcase the talent of some of the best athletes in the world. England, the reigning champions, will…

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Japan wins the 2018 Oman Triangular… Japan wins the 2018 Oman Triangular Tournament

Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat: Japan (FIH World Ranking 16) beat Pakistan (world number 13) 3-2 in the Final match of the tournament. Pakistan finished on top of their rivals in the round robin…

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AHF International High Performance Goal… AHF International High Performance Goal Keepers Training & Coaching Course

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…

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Recent News

2018.02.17
2018 Oman Triangular Tournament

Halfway through the event, world number 13, Pakistan, and world number 16, Japan, are tied at the top with equal points as well as an equal goal difference; the two teams drew two all in the head to head tie, and won three nil each against the hosts, Oman (world number 32). With three more matches and final still to be played (on the 20th of February), here is a recap of the tournament thus far.

2018.02.12
Iran win Bronze at the Indoor Hockey World Cup 2018

Iran only lost one match (semi-final against Germany) out of a total of 8 played at the main event. Ranked currently at world number 7, Iran drew against Austria (world number 2), won against Russia (world number 4), and against Czech Republic (world number 6) at the event. Their campaign started with a 5-1 victory over Switzerland followed by a draw against Belgium (3-3) at the opening day of the World Cup 2018. On the second day, the Asian Champions drew against a strong Austrian side (Indoor Hockey World Cup 2018 Champions) followed by a win over South Africa (6-3). Iran played Russia in the last game of the group stages, winning by 4 goals to 3. Iran finished on level points along-side Austria atop Pool B in the Men’s Indoor Hockey World Cup 2018. Iran took on Czech Republic in the quarter finals which ended 2-2 at the buzzer. Iran won the match on shoot-out, owing to heroics from Sasan Hatami Nejad (Iran Goalkeeper) who only allowed one shoot to pass him by. The host nation, Germany, proved to be too strong and overcame Iran with a 6-2 victory.

Development News

2018.02.06
AHF International High Performance Goal Keepers Training & Coaching Course
2018.02.06
Provincial Hockey Championship Afghanistan
2018.01.22
AHF National Umpiring Course Cambodia
2018.02.01
AHF National Umpiring Course Cambodia Concludes
2017.09.23
RAJA ASHMAN SHAH AHF
HOCKEY ACADEMY EDUCATION PROGRAM 2017 – UZBEKISTAN
2017.08.02
Olympic Solidarity National Level 1 Coaching Course
Laos 24-31 July 2017
2017.07.31
Raja Ashman Shah AHF Hockey Academy
Education Program 2017 - Chinese Taipei
2016.04.18
Coaches & Umpires graduated from Raja Ashman Shah Academy
2017.02.21
FIH Hockey Academy / Raja Ashman Shah
AHF-MHC Hockey Academy Courses 2017
2017.05.04
FIH- AHF Educational Courses -
Get Far Ahead in Global Sports Management
2017.06.16
Raja Ashman Shah AHF
Hockey Academy Education Program 2017
2017.11.03
Coaching Course - DPR Korea
2017.12.04
Level 2 Coaching Course - Myanmar
2017.12.28
Coaching Course - Tajikistan

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Women All +

  • Rep. of Korea Rep. of Korea -1100 PTS
  • China China -1000 PTS
  • India India -975 PTS
  • Japan Japan -975 PTS
  • Malaysia Malaysia -495 PTS

Men All +

  • India India -1100 PTS
  • Pakistan Pakistan -1025 PTS
  • Rep. of Korea Rep. of Korea -1025 PTS
  • Malaysia Malaysia -810 PTS
  • Japan Japan -743 PTS
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