Hockey India is pleased to announce the re-launch of its website, www.hockeyindia.org. The re-launch includes an entirely new design along with a new competition format.
Fans of hockey will be pleased with the user-friendly layout that will have an emphasis on editorial content. Also new is the ability for visitors to use the Hockey India website to engage more in their social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook.
“Launching a new Hockey India website was overdue and very high on our priority list,” said Dr. Narinder Batra, Secretary General, Hockey India”. This an important step by Hockey India following our commitment to promote hockey in the country and we are very pleased with the product we are presenting to the fans today.”
The re-launch is the first of a multi-tiered process to improve the Hockey India website and overall presentation of the game of hockey. In our new website fans can get latest knowledge about their favorite players in both junior and senior category (men and women) with their latest photos. This website will not only help fans to gain knowledge about the current but also to know about the greats of Indian Hockey. This website will help fans to know about all the updates of future International and domestic tournaments. Fans will also be able to watch videos of Hockey India events and activities of their favorite players on our website.
Source Material: Hockey India
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