How many matches are there in hockey World Cup 2023?
FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup 2023: Schedule, fixtures and start times – All times are in Indian Standard Times (IST)
|1||January 13, Friday||Group A||Argentina vs South Africa||1:00 PM|
|2||January 13, Friday||Group A||Australia vs France||3:00 PM|
|3||January 13, Friday||Group D||England vs Wales||5:00 PM|
|4||January 13, Friday||Group D||India vs Spain||7:00 PM|
|5||January 14, Saturday||Group C||New Zealand vs Chile||1:00 PM|
|6||January 14, Saturday||Group C||Netherlands vs Malaysia||3:00 PM|
|7||January 14, Saturday||Group B||Belgium vs Korea||5:00 PM|
|8||January 14, Saturday||Group B||Germany vs Japan||7:00 PM|
|9||January 15, Sunday||Group D||Spain vs Wales||5:00 PM|
|10||January 15, Sunday||Group D||England vs India||7:00 PM|
|11||January 16, Monday||Group C||Malaysia vs Chile||1:00 PM|
|12||January 16, Monday||Group C||New Zealand vs Netherlands||3:00 PM|
|13||January 16, Monday||Group A||France vs South Africa||5:00 PM|
|14||January 16, Monday||Group A||Argentina vs Australia||7:00 PM|
|15||January 17, Tuesday||Group B||Korea vs Japan||5:00 PM|
|16||January 17, Tuesday||Group B||Germany vs Belgium||7:00 PM|
|17||January 19, Thursday||Group C||Malaysia vs New Zealand||1:00 PM|
|18||January 19, Thursday||Group C||Netherlands vs Chile||3:00 PM|
|19||January 19, Thursday||Group D||Spain vs England||5:00 PM|
|20||January 19, Thursday||Group D||India vs Wales||7:00 PM|
|21||January 20, Friday||Group A||Australia vs South Africa||1:00 PM|
|22||January 20, Friday||Group A||France vs Argentina||3:00 PM|
|23||January 20, Friday||Group B||Belgium vs Japan||5:00 PM|
|24||January 20, Friday||Group B||Korea vs Germany||7:00 PM|
|25||January 22, Sunday||Crossover||2nd Pool C vs 3rd Pool D||4:30 PM|
|26||January 22, Sunday||Crossover||2nd Pool D vs 3rd Pool C||7:00 PM|
|27||January 23, Monday||Crossover||2nd Pool A vs 3rd Pool B||4:30 PM|
|28||January 23, Monday||Crossover||2nd Pool B vs 3rd Pool A||7:00 PM|
|29||January 24, Tuesday||Quarter-final||1st Pool A vs Winner 25||4:30 PM|
|30||January 24, Tuesday||Quarter-final||1st Pool B vs Winner 26||7:00 PM|
|31||January 25, Wednesday||Quarter-final||1st Pool C vs Winner 27||4:30 PM|
|32||January 25, Wednesday||Quarter-final||1st Pool D vs Winner 28||7:00 PM|
|33||January 26, Thursday||9-16 Classification||4th Pool A vs Loser 25||11:30 AM|
|34||January 26, Thursday||9-16 Classification||4th Pool B vs Loser 26||2:00 PM|
|35||January 26, Thursday||9-16 Classification||4th Pool C vs Loser 27||4:30 PM|
|36||January 26, Thursday||9-16 Classification||4th Pool D vs Loser 28||7:00 PM|
|37||January 27, Friday||Semi-final 1||Winner 29 vs Winner 32||4:30 PM|
|38||January 27, Friday||Semi-final 2||Winner 30 vs Winner 31||7:00 PM|
|39||January 28, Saturday||13-16 Classification||Loser 33 vs Loser 34||11:30 AM|
|40||January 28, Saturday||13-16 Classification||Loser 35 vs Loser 36||2:00 PM|
|41||January 28, Saturday||9-12 Classification||Winner 33 vs Winner 34||4:30 PM|
|42||January 28, Saturday||9-12 Classification||Winner 35 vs Winner 36||7:00 PM|
|43||January 29, Sunday||3rd Place Match||Loser 37 vs Loser 38||4:30 PM|
|44||January 29, Sunday||Final||Winner 37 vs Winner 38||7:00 PM|
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How many teams qualify for hockey World Cup 2023?
India have also qualified for the World Cup, courtesy of being the hosts. (Picture by 2022 Getty Images) All 16 teams for the men’s FIH men’s Hockey World Cup 2023 were confirmed after Japan, Malaysia and South Korea reached the top four of the ongoing Asia Cup 2022 on Thursday. The top three teams at the ongoing Asia Cup were set to qualify for quadrennial showpiece but since India have also reached the final four and are the hosts of the upcoming hockey World Cup, the remaining three countries booked the available spots.
- The host nation receives automatic qualification.
- The other hockey teams at next year’s World Cup will be Tokyo 2020 Olympic gold medallists and defending champions Belgium, England, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain.
- These teams finished in the top five of the 2021 EuroHockey Championship to confirm their qualification.
Two more European nations, France and Wales also earned their spots through the continental qualifier. While Argentina and Chile qualified from the Americas region, South Africa will be the only African nation at the main event in India. Since Oceania could not hold a qualifying event, Australia and New Zealand made the cut from the region based on the world hockey rankings.
Where is the largest hockey stadium in the world?
Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium, Odisha – Capacity : 20,846 Located in the steel city of Rourkela, Odisha, the Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium is one of the largest hockey stadiums in India and can house 20,846 spectators. What’s unique about the stadium is that all seats are bucketed, which makes the Bisra Munda Hockey Stadium the largest seated hockey stadium in the world.
The stadium was especially built for the 2023 men’s hockey World Cup, becoming the second venue for the quadrennial showpiece along with Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, which can seat around 15,000 fans. The Birsa Munda Stadium is built over 50 acres of land in the Biju Patnaik University of Technology campus.
It houses a swimming pool, a fitness center and a practice pitch, among others. The venue was inaugurated in January 2023. Other stadiums like Riverbank Arena (15,000) in the United Kingdom and Olympic Green Hockey Field (17,000) in China were also among the world’s largest hockey stadiums. Hockey IND
Where hockey was invented?
History of Hockey | FIH Where did hockey originate? Who set down the first rules of the modern game? What was the FIH set up to do?Whether you’re a history buff or simply want to impress you mates with you knowledge of the game, discover more about the history of hockey below.
- Hockey and its Origins The roots of hockey are buried deep in antiquity.
- Historical records show that a crude form of the game was played in Egypt 4,000 years ago and in Ethiopia around 1,000BC, whilst an ancient form of the game was also played in Iran in around 2,000BC.
- Various museums offer evidence that a form of the game was played by the Romans and Greeks as well as by the Aztecs several centuries before Columbus arrived in the New World.The modern game of hockey emerged in England in the mid-18th century and is largely attributed to the growth of public schools, such as Eton.
The first Hockey Association was formed in the UK in 1876 and drew up the first formal set of rules. The original association survived for just six years but, in 1886, it was revived by nine founding member clubs. Hockey and the Olympics The inaugural Olympic Hockey Competition for men was held in London in 1908 with England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales competing separately.
- With the addition of Germany and France, the competition ran with six teams.After having made its first appearance at the London Games, hockey was subsequently dropped from the 1912 Stockholm Games after host nations were granted control over ‘optional sports’.
- It reappeared in 1920 in Antwerp after pressure from Belgian hockey advocates before being omitted again in Paris in 1924.
The formation of the International Hockey Federation in 1924 was not soon enough for the Paris Olympics but it did grant hockey re-entry in Amsterdam in 1928. Hockey has been on the programme ever since, with women’s hockey included for the first time in Moscow in 1980.
Hockey and the FIH Motivated by hockey’s omission from the 1924 Paris Games, the Fédération Internationale de Hockey sur Gazon (FIH) was founded by Paul Léautey.M. Léautey, who would later become the first president of the FIH, called together seven National Federations to form the sport’s international governing body.These founding members, which represented both men’s and women’s hockey in their countries, were Austria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, France, Hungary, Spain and Switzerland.Popularised in the late 19th century, the women’s game developed quickly in many countries.
In 1927, the International Federation of Women’s Hockey Associations (IFWHA) was formed. After celebrating their respective Golden Jubilees – the FIH in 1974 and the IFWHA in 1980 – the two organisations came together in 1982 to form the current FIH. By 1964, there were already 50 countries affiliated with the FIH, as well as three Continental Associations – Africa, Pan America and Asia – and in 1974, there were 71 members.
Did Russia qualify for World Cup 2023?
Is Russia in World Cup 2023? Why nation is banned from FIFA women’s tournament
- The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is set to get underway on July 20 in Australia and New Zealand.
- Reigning champions the USA are looking for a three-peat while England and Sarina Wiegman will want to add to their European Championship title.
- The Russian national team will not take part in the competition this summer after being banned by FIFA.
- The Sporting News takes a look at Russia’s suspension and why it was enforced.
Where can I watch the World Cup for free?
Where to Watch Women’s World Cup Online Free – The best way to livestream the Women’s World Cup online is through DIRECTV, Their streaming service offers 75+ live TV channels — including Fox and FS1 — so you can watch the soccer matches live on your TV, computer, tablet or phone without cable.
- DIRECTV also gets you ESPN for post-game coverage and match analysis.
- DirecTV Free Trial Buy Now DIRECTV offers a 5-day free trial that you can use right now to watch the Women’s World Cup online for free.
- Cancel before your five days are up and you won’t be charged.
- Another way to watch the tournament without cable? Use this 7-day free trial to fuboTV to live stream the Women’s World Cup online free on Fox and FS1.
Free Trial to fuboTV Buy Now While sites like Reddit will often list free Women’s World Cup live streaming links, only DIRECTV and fuboTV get you the official tournament feeds on Fox and FS1. Prefer a European or South American Women’s World Cup feed? Use a service like ExpressVPN, which lets you set your IP address to an international location, so you can watch the international live feed of the soccer games.
Can I watch Qatar World Cup for free?
Can I watch the 2022 World Cup finals if I don’t have a cable subscription? – Yes. While early rounds aired on FS1, the final will, of course, be carried on Fox’s broadcast channel, as well as Telemundo. Both channels can be picked up via an over the air antenna in most cities, meaning you’ll be able to watch even if you don’t have a cable subscription.
Where are they playing the World Cup 2023?
What is the Women’s World Cup? – The Women’s World Cup is the premier competition for women’s soccer, held every four years and hosted by different nations across the globe. The first Women’s World Cup was held in 1991 in China with 12 teams in the competition.
Where to get Hockey World Cup 2023 tickets?
The Men’s Hockey World Cup, 2023 started with a spectacular opening ceremony at the picturesque Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on Wednesday. The first match of the quadrennial event will start on January 13 and the final of the tournament will be played on January 29.
- How to buy tickets for 2023 Men’s Hockey World Cup? The World Cup is likely to attract big crowd.
- The matches will be held at two venues – Birsa Mundra International Hockey Stadium in Rourkela and Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.
- While 20 matches will be played at Rourkela, 24 matches, including the final, will be held in Bhubaneswar.
The Hockey World Cup tickets are available online on Paytm Insider. While the tickets will be booked online, people will have to get their tickets confirmed with a physical copy at a box office at the stadiums. Hockey fans can book ticket online by registering with the help of mobile number, Email Address, and Photo ID.
Tickets are available for Rs 200, Rs 400 and Rs 500
Ticket price for non-India matches
For non-Indian matches tickets are priced at Rs 100, Rs 200 & Rs 500
India has hosted Hockey World Cups on three earlier occasion in 1982, 2010 and 2018. Odisha is hosting the international event for the second consecutive time, the previous one was held in Bhubaneswar in 2018. India will be looking to put on a show for their home crowd on the back of two impressive years.
In 2021, they won a historic Olympic bronze medal while securing silver in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. The 8-time Olympic champions have won the World Cup only once. India’s only title came in 1975 when it beat Pakistan 2-1 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Indian team is placed in Group D alongside England, Spain, and Wales.
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