Indoor Hockey World Cup Schedule Announced

10th October 2014

FIH have released the pools and match schedule for the men and women’s Indoor Hockey World Cup 2015, Leipzig, Germany. The tournament will start on 4 February 2015 and conclude with the Finals and playoffs on 8 February 2015.
Returning to Leipzig, who hosted the first Indoor World Cup in 2003, this tournament promises to be fascinating and potentially un-predictable, posing many questions – will the German teams continue to dominate? Can Canada bring their indoor form to Europe? Will three time men’s runners up Poland take the title this time?
The opening day of the tournament (Wednesday 4 February) will feature all 24 teams from the men and women’s events, taking to the stage in the Arena Leipzig across the two competition halls. Starting early and finishing late, all teams will play twice on the Wednesday and Thursday.
FIH President, Leandro Negre said: “We expect the five days of competition to be fast-paced and action packed across the two halls. The pools contain an exciting mixture of established teams and the two newcomers to the Indoor World Cup, Sweden and Belgium. The German fans are passionate about hockey and will be providing amazing support to their teams at this top-class venue.”
President of the German hockey federation (DHB), Stephan Abel said: “We are looking forward to welcoming the world’s best indoor hockey teams for the second time in Leipzig. We are giving our best to make this World Cup an unforgettable event for all participants and hockey fans.”

Pool A Pool B
Germany Poland
Austria Russia
Czech Republic Netherlands
Australia Canada
Iran Switzerland
Sweden South Africa


Pool A Pool B
Germany Netherlands
Austria Belarus
Ukraine Czech Republic
Australia Poland
Canada Kazakhstan
Belgium South Africa

To see the complete tournament schedule, please click here.
Source: FIH
Photograph: EuroHockey Indoor Championship 2014, Frank Uijlenbroek

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