EHF Executive Board meets in Stockholm, Sweden

Posted On 6th June 2016

The Executive Board of the European Hockey Federation met for the second time in 2016 over the weekend in Stockholm, Sweden.

The Board was in full attendance. The President thanked the Swedish Hockey Association and in particular Bjorn Isberg for their hospitality over the weekend.

The Competitions Coordination Committee also met in Stockholm the day prior to the Executive Board meeting, and they presented a report on this meeting to the Board.

The Executive Board received reports from:

Competitions Outdoor Committee

Competitions Indoor Committee

Euro Hockey League

Development Projects Committee

Education Committee

Communications Committee

Appointments Committee


The Hon. Treasurer also presented a report of accounts and current debtors.

The Director General presented a report to the Executive Board  on Strategic Plan which will be presented to the General Assembly at the meeting in November in Dubai.  He also updated the Board on progress with the KNHB for the EuroHockey Championships 2017, as well as the bidding process for EuroHockey Championships 2019.

Following a review of the bids for EHC2019 the board received a recommendation which was approved.  This will be announced in due course

Finally, Angus updated the Board with regard to the proposed EHF Athletes Committee.

A full bulletin has been published here

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