Foto © DHBWC HISTORY

2006-07-23 • Hockey world championships for men are delivered since 1971.

After long discussions the worldhockey federation (FIH) decided in 1969 to introduce a world-wide tournament taking place every 2 years and named "World Hockey Cup". In 1975 the rhythm were changed to the today's 4-years-period. In order to place the WC in the middle between the olympic years a distance of 3 years was inserted uniquely.

» The 10 former World Cups

 

NEWS ARCHIVES

» Germany remains World Champion

» Day 10: England gets rank 5

» A day at the LIVE ticker

» Schuttle-Service and bicycles

» "The atmosphere is electric ..."

» Sidhu, from India, prays ...

» The Oranjehuis

» Day 9: Australia and Germany ...

» Germany wins Masters 45

» FIH Youth Panel Meeting

» Day 8: No surprises ...

» WorldHockey player of the year

» Day 7: 2 Tickets for 3 Teams

» Help the DKMS - send greetings ...

» Hockey even on the rest day

» Day 6: Coach Vigil has tears ...

» Day 5: Still all is open

» How to get to the HockeyPark?

» Report school-hockey 2nd day

» Day 4: Sold off stadium

» Report school-hockey 1st day

» Day 3: 8 goals and 3 penalty strokes ...

» School Teams allready arrived

» Day 2: Spain beats Australia

» Day 1: Exciting opening of the WC

» Boy's choir of the Chorakademie

» Training in the HockeyPark

» FIH World Cup Coaching Conference

» Participants parants hockey

» Participants school hockey

» Security Checks

» Change of an umpire

» 100 season tickets ...

» Who becomes champion?

» Mini-World-Cup-Dress-Rehearsal

» Sport-Medical symposium

» The WC Programme is ready

• WC History

» Barry Dancer: "I'm totally ..."

» The world is looking on MG

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