The FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup – the 13th in history – will start tomorrow, 5 December, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. All latest news and information are available here!
All matches will be streamed live on Watch.Hockey everywhere*, since geo-blocking has been lifted. There are two options available:
– the FIH+ Pass (to have access to all ongoing and upcoming FIH events, including the FIH Hockey Pro League, the FIH Hockey Olympic Qualifiers, the FIH Hockey5s World Cup and both FIH Hockey Junior World Cups)
– the Event Pass (for all matches of one event only, like the FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup Malaysia 2023)
Passes can be purchased directly through the Watch.Hockey app (App Store and Google Play).
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What do teams have to say?
With the FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup Malaysia 2023 starting in just a couple of hours, captains and coaches have spoken to express their expectations from the event and what their teams will be aiming to achieve over the next two weeks.
Read the full story here!
Whilst the Men’s Junior World Cup is about to start, the Women’s Junior World Cup group stage is already over! Thrilling matches, wonderful goals, amazing skills! A true hockey show on display in Chile!
You can relive all matches on Watch.Hockey.
And for the latest news, click here!
Upon an initiative from FIH, all teams playing at the Women’s Junior World Cup on 1 December, as well as the officials and umpires, wore the red ribbon to support World AIDS Day. Thanks everyone!
our hockey data hub on FIH.hockey!
… who has scored the highest number of goals in the history of the FIH Hockey Junior World Cups?
… which teams won at least one medal?
… how many teams have participated since the creation of both events?
You will find all answers in the FIH hockey data hub here!