Today the FIH announced the competition schedule for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup for both men and women. Check it out here..
This epic tournament, consisting of 76 matches, will be the second time that both the men’s and women’s World Cups have been held at the same time and at the same location. The schedule will see six matches take place a day in the pool phase running until 10th June, reducing to four during the knock-out phases.
Held at the Kyocera Stadium, this awesome event will kick-off on the 31st May with the women’s final on Saturday 14th June followed by the men’s on Sunday 15th June.
The Rabobank Hockey World Cup continues to be one of the biggest prizes in hockey, combining extraordinary talent with unrivalled prestige to serve as the climax of the world hockey calendar. We can’t wait. Ticket sales are flying to get in quick and BUY NOW
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