The International Masters Hockey Association (IMHA) has been formally recognized by the International Hockey Federation (FIH). This recognition was sought and approved at the recent FIH Executive Board meeting in
The IMHA was initially formed in 1982 to organize International Competition for teams in the
Along with the new constitution and Memorandum of Understanding, a submission for recognition was made to FIH. A new set of rules has been adopted for tournament and in the future may be used for any masters competition in the world.
The elected members of the IMHA are as follows:
2009 International Masters Tournament
The IMHA in conjunction with the Hong Masters Hockey Association will host an International tournament for Men’s teams in the +40, +45, +50 and +55 age groups and for Women’s teams in +35, +40, +45 and +50 age groups.
The tournament will be held at the Hong Kong Football Club from 24 October till 1 November 2009
Registration of Interest is now being called for. Any teams requiring more information should contact in the first instance: Neil Greene – Administration Manager by email email@example.com
The tournament encourages National teams to enter as this is an elite tournament. In cases where true National Teams are not yet established provision is available to allow either club or regional teams to represent their respective national body until internal national structures are in place.
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