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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Spain, Netherlands 2022, India host 2023 Men's Hockey World Cup.

Women's Hockey Women’s World Cup 2020 in Spain, Netherlands, India host 2023 Men's Hockey World Cup.





After hosting the 2018 Hockey tournament again India will host the 2023 FIH Men's Hockey World Cup, while the Netherland and Spain selected as co-host to conduct the 2022 Women's Hockey World Cup.

 The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has chosen India to host the 2023 FIH Hockey Men’s World Cup scheduled from 13-29 January 2023, and Spain and the Netherlands to co-host will conduct the 2022 FIH Hockey Women’s World Cup scheduled from 1-17 July 2022.

 The city venues, locations for both tournaments, will be confirmed later by the host nations.





Spain, Netherlands 2022, India host 2023 Men's Hockey World Cup.



2022 FIH Hockey Women’s World Cup schedule.



Preliminary Phase:



  • - 2 Preliminary phase pools in the Netherlands (including the Dutch team)
  • - 2 Preliminary phase pools in Spain (including the Spanish team)


Quarter-Finals:


  • - 2 crossover matches and 2 quarter-finals in the Netherlands
  • - 2 crossover matches and 2 quarter-finals in Spain


Final phase in Spain:


  • - Semi-finals
  • - Match for 3rd place
  • - Final


Qualifying Process for Hockey World Cups.



  • The hosts will qualify automatically.
  • The winners of the Continental Championships will qualify directly (5 teams).
  • The remaining teams making up the 16 nations in the FIH Hockey World Cup will qualify through home-and-away play-offs.
  • The teams involved in these qualifiers will be determined by Continental quotas, based on the FIH World Rankings at the end of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and the finishing positions of teams in the Continental Championships.




FIH CEO Thierry Weil said: 

“FIH has received excellent bids to host these prestigious events. It was therefore a difficult choice to make. Since the primary mission of FIH is to grow the sport worldwide - which of course requires to make investments -, the income-generation potential of each bid has played an important role in the decision.”

Commenting on the organization of the FIH Hockey World Cups,  he added:“We will work closely with the Local Organizing Committees on the sustainability and legacy aspects of these events.”



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