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News for 30 June 2022

All the news for Thursday 30 June 2022

FIH Hockey Women's World Cup Spain & Netherlands 2022 - 30 June
Terrassa, Spain and Amstelveen, Netherlands

All times GMT +2


1 Jul 2022 21:30     ESP v CAN (Pool C)    


2 Jul 2022 14:00     NZL v CHN (Pool B)    
2 Jul 2022 16:30     GER v CHI (Pool A)
2 Jul 2022 19:30     NED v IRL (Pool A)    


2 Jul 2022 18:00     ARG v KOR (Pool C)    
2 Jul 2022 21:30     AUS v JPN (Pool D)    


3 Jul 2022 16:30     ENG v IND (Pool B)
3 Jul 2022 19:30     GER v NED (Pool A)    


3 Jul 2022 15:00     BEL v RSA (Pool D)    
3 Jul 2022 18:00     KOR v CAN (Pool C)    
3 Jul 2022 21:30     ESP v ARG (Pool C)    

Pool Standings

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Women’s National Team opens World Cup against hosts, Spain

After 28 years, the Women’s National Team returns to the World’s biggest stage

July 1st will be a night to remember for the Canadian Women’s National Team as they take on the hosts, Spain in the opening match of the 2022 World Cup.

Women’s World Cup: Passion and pragmatism clash in Pool C

Pool C is likely to provide an intriguing mixture of teams that play with passion and flair pitted against teams where pragmatism is the watchword. Argentina and Spain are capable of fiery moments of brilliance, Korea and Canada will counter with structure and discipline.

Pre-tournament quotes from Teams in Pool C and Pool D

Teams in Pool C and Pool D spoke to the media at the pre-tournament Press Conference in Terrassa. Click on the video below to view the full Press Conference at the FIH Hockey Women's World Cup Spain and Netherlands 2022.

"Good chemistry, mental strength" — Indian team readies itself for Women's Hockey World Cup

The Bridge decodes with players of the Indian Women's Hockey team about their chemistry, learnings and road ahead before World Cup

By Pritish Raj

Indian women's hockey team for FIH Hockey World Cup (Source: Hockey India)

It has barely been 10 months since the Indian women's hockey team shocked the fans and world alike after they defeated three-time Olympic gold medalist Australia and rubbed shoulders with giants Argentina in the semi-final. For a team which ended up with a wooden spoon in the previous edition, this was a massive achievement despite finishing 4th after a loss against Great Britain in the bronze-medal match.

After playing 208 international matches, former hockey captain Sushila Chanu eyes World Cup debut

Sushila Chanu may have played 208 matches for India but the tournament in the Netherlands will be her maiden World Cup appearance.

Sushila Chanu with the Olympic tattoo

Ruled out of the 2018 Hockey World Cup due to an injury, experienced India midfielder Sushila Chanu is looking to the upcoming edition of the tournament to make amends.

Tess Howard hunting medals in huge summer

By Ross Bone

Tess Howard drives forwards with the ball. She has 46 international caps

Tess Howard's reaction to being called up to the England squad for the Women's Hockey World Cup, Commonwealth Games and European Championship qualifiers this summer isn't what you might think.

Petter: Why Being An England International Is My Dream Job

Forward Izzy Petter has spoken of the huge enjoyment she takes from what she calls her dream job as a full-time international.

'It Ranks Alongside The Men's Football World Cup in 1966'

While England's women prepare for this year's tournament in the Netherlands and Spain, the history of the Women’s Hockey World Cup will tell you that only four countries can call themselves world champions - but the 1975 England team will tell you otherwise.

2022 4 Nations Men's Invitational Tournament - 30 June

All times GMT +1

29 Jun 2022 17:00     IRL v WAL (RR)       4 - 1
29 Jun 2022 19:00     SCO v USA (RR)     2 - 0

30 Jun 2022 17:00     IRL v USA (RR)    
30 Jun 2022 19:00     SCO v WAL (RR)    

2 Jul 2022 13:00     WAL v USA (RR)    
2 Jul 2022 15:00     SCO v IRL (RR)    

3 Jul 2022 11:00     3rd RR v 4th RR (3rd - 4th Place)
3 Jul 2022 13:00     1st RR v 2nd RR (Final)    

Pool standings

FIH Match Centre

Victory for Scotland and Ireland in men’s 4-Nations day one

Scotland men got off to a winning start in their men’s 4-Nations campaign with a 2-0 win over USA at Uddingston.

Senior Men kick off 4 Nations in Scotland.

Pic Adrian Boehm

The senior men’s team get started today with a 4-Nations tournament at the Uddingston Cricket and Sports Club Scotland.

Four-Nations tournament: Wales 1-4 Ireland

Wales' men were beaten 4-1 by Ireland in their opening game of the Four-Nations Test series in Scotland.

Men's Hockey team named for Birmingham 2022

Eighteen players have been selected to the New Zealand Men’s Hockey Team to compete at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games late next month.

Key Black Sticks men's quartet back for 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham

Black Sticks captain Blair Tarrant, right, controls the ball against Tom Wickham of Australia during an international in Perth last year. Paul Kane/Getty Images

The Black Sticks men’s side welcome back four key players for the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

Five members of Indian men's hockey national camp test COVID-19 positive

Two players and three members of the support staff of the Indian men's team have tested positive for COVID-19 in Bengaluru on Thursday.

Hockey India announced that two players and three members of the support staff of the Indian men's team have tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.

Pakistan Set to Participate in Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Cup After 6 Years

Pakistan has been invited to partake in the 29th Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Cup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this year. The invitation was sent to the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) for this year’s event.

Graham Moodie to leave Scottish Hockey after 10 years

Scotland men’s U21 head coach and assistant coach of Scotland men, Graham Moodie, is leaving Scottish Hockey after over 10 years with the organisation. Graham, who is a former Scotland captain, had a fantastic playing career amassing 148 international caps; 56 GB caps; competed at two Commonwealth games; and played at the 2004 Olympic games.

Ipoh Lads in active mode again

By Jugjet Singh

Ipoh Lads Hockey Club having a junior development clinic at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh in 2019.

KUALA LUMPUR: Clubs are the backbone of any sport, and Ipoh Lads Hockey Club have been a shining example for more than 11 years.

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