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  • Mo Fürste and his German Team remain unbeaten at this Indoor World Cup.
    Mo Fürste and his German Team remain unbeaten at this Indoor World Cup.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Germany defeat Austria in “clash of the giants”

    Netherlands and Iran also impress at the Indoor Hockey World Cup

    2012 FIH Player of the Year Moritz Fürste scored twice to help Germany defeat Austria in the showpiece match of Day 2’s evening session at the men’s Indoor Hockey World Cup in Leipzig, Germany. More

  • The Czech Republic secured a spot in the quarter-final.
    The Czech Republic secured a spot in the quarter-final.
    (Photo: FIH / Stanislas Brochier)

    Australia & Czech Republic light up Leipzig

    Germany & Netherlands maintain charge, but Aussies & Czechs continue to perform at the Indoor World Cup

    Day 2 of the women’s Indoor World Cup competition has come to an end, with reigning champions Germany and 2007 champions the Netherlands maintaining their winning ways by each claiming their fourth successive victories. However, when it comes to eye-catching performances, Australia and Czech Republic are certainly giving them a run for their money in Leipzig.  x 21 More

  • Alexander Otte and his German team have reached the quarter-finals.
    Alexander Otte and his German team have reached the quarter-finals.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    IWC2015: In-form nations claim early quarter-final tickets

    Four men’s and four women’s teams secure QF qualification at Indoor World Cup in Leipzig

    Four men’s and four women’s teams secured a safe passage through to the quarter-final phase of the Indoor Hockey World Cup after the completion of the third round of matches in Leipzig, Germany. More

  • Austria captain Benjamin Stanzl in action.
    Austria captain Benjamin Stanzl in action.
    (Photo: FIH / Stanislas Brochier)

    Quartet seal men’s quarter-final berths

    Germany, Austria and Russia with perfect record in Leipzig

    Germany, Austria, Russia and the Netherlands all booked their tickets to the quarter-finals in the first men’s session of Day 2 here at the Indoor Hockey World Cup in Leipzig. More

  • Germany's Anne Schröder speaks with coach Jamilon Mülders.
    Germany's Anne Schröder speaks with coach Jamilon Mülders.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Germany, Australia, Netherlands & Belarus reach quarter-finals

    Four teams progress through to last eight of women’s competition in Leipzig

    Germany, Australia, Netherlands and Belarus all secured their places in the quarter-finals of the women’s Indoor World Cup by claiming victories in the first session of competition Day 2 in Leipzig, Germany. More

  • First introductory coaching course held in Haiti

    The 44th FIH Congress in 2014 welcomed five new National Associations including Haiti who joined from Pan-America. In January this year, for the first time, the Haitian Hockey Federation (HHF) organised a Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) introductory coaching course led by Shiv Jagday, FIH Coach. More

  • Vera Vorstenbosch (NED) was one of the outstanding players on Day 1.
    Vera Vorstenbosch (NED) was one of the outstanding players on Day 1.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Pools begin to take shape at Indoor World Cup

    Home favourites show class but are not the only teams impressing in Leipzig

    It was a breathless first day of action at the Indoor Hockey World Cup in Leipzig, with 24 high quality matches getting the tournaments off to a flying start. The men and women of Germany were impressive, but numerous other sides provided plenty of evidence that the host teams are not going to have it all their own way. More

  • The Netherlands grabbed two wins on Day 1, while South Africa suffered two defeats.
    The Netherlands grabbed two wins on Day 1, while South Africa suffered two defeats.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    80 goals being scored on men's Day 1

    The Indoor Hockey World Cup in Leipzig kicked off with goals galore

    Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and Russia all continued their winning ways at the Indoor World Cup in Leipzig, claiming victories in their respective evening session matches and taking charge of the Pools on Day 1. More

  • The Dutch women kept a clean sheet on Day 1 in Leipzig.
    The Dutch women kept a clean sheet on Day 1 in Leipzig.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Four teams remain unbeaten after two matches

    Indoor Hockey World Cup in Leipzig sees Australia and Czech Republic surprise

    Germany, Australia, Netherlands and Czech Republic have emerged as early front-runners in the Pool phase of the women’s competition at the Indoor World Cup in Leipzig. More

  • Michael Körper (r) celebrates scoring for Austria.
    Michael Körper (r) celebrates scoring for Austria.
    (Photo: FIH / Stanislas Brochier )

    24 teams enter the stage in Leipzig

    World’s best indoor nations do battle in opening matches

    The first 12 matches of the FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup have been played, with all 24 men’s and women’s teams taking to the field. We bring you a quick summary of the results so far from the elite event in Leipzig, Germany. More

  • Germany's Alexander Otte scored three goals against Sweden.
    Germany's Alexander Otte scored three goals against Sweden.
    (Photo: FIH / Stanislas Brochier)

    Men's teams on fire at the Indoor Hockey World Cup

    44 goals have been scored in six matches in Leipzig

    The action from the men’s tournament began in Pool A, with Australia and Czech Republic playing out a hard-fought 0-0 draw, the first ever goal-less match in men's Indoor World Cup history. “It was a fierce game, with everyone putting their body on the line”, said Heath Ogilvie, one of three brothers representing Australia here in Leipzig. “It was great to get a point in our first game, but three would have been nicer!” More

  • Holly Evans scored the 1-1 equalizer for Australia in their match against Ukraine.
    Holly Evans scored the 1-1 equalizer for Australia in their match against Ukraine.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Indoor World Cup begins in Leipzig

    Netherlands, Germany and Australia among the winners in opening session of the women’s competition

    The hugely anticipated Indoor World Cup got underway in Leipzig, Germany on Wednesday morning (local time), with all twelve women’s teams in action. 2007 Indoor World Champions the Netherlands got their tournament off to the perfect start in the event opener by cruising to a 14-0 triumph over Pool B opponents South Africa, with Denise Admiraal netting five times in the victory. More

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