If you are unable to be in The Hague for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup, don't dismay, FIH has a super seven ways of keeping all the fans up to date with every piece of action, as it happens. There will be no shortage of coverage or interaction at this year's event from social media to television broadcast to live stream and everything you could possibly need on our mobile app and website - you will not be disappointed!
There is no excuse - Seven great ways – let's celebrate hockey!
|Facebook will be your number one shop for great photos, updates and links to the most up to date information. You can join an expected 500,000 fans on Facebook liking, commentating or sharing all of the great Hockey World Cup action! Join us at facebook.com/fihockey|
|Twitter is your best way to stay in constant chatter with our hockey athletes as well as what’s happening second by second at the event! We will be tweeting live updates and instant replay goals throughout every game, while our Hockey World Cup athletes love to answer your questions! Join our already 29,000 followers and follow @FIH_Hockey and tweet along with #RHWC2014|
Instagram well be your best way to catch the behind the scenes snaps of the Rabobank Hockey World Cup. We will get up close and personal pitch side and re-post some of the best snaps from the players! We will tag and share so you can follow your favourite star and we will even re-post some of our best fan photos! Be one of our nearly 7,500 followers and follow at @FIHockey.
YouTube will be your chance re-live every great moment over and over again. We will be live streaming every match and posting highlight videos for every game. Don’t forget we will also feature a goal of the day and several other short features to keep you in tune with what’s happening in The Hague. We expect 1.25 million views for our content for the World Cup.
|Global television broadcasting will hit over 80 countries and every single continent with Rabobank Hockey World Cup footage. So, put up your feet and catch all the best action on the TV. Click here to find out where in your country you can watch.|
|No event would be complete without its very own mobile app. Hockey ’14 is your walking world cup guide. Everything you need to know about the competitions, including a fan zone, a social wall and a guide to the onsite activities. The app is available for Apple and Android.|
|Last but not least be sure to keep checking our Rabobank Hockey World Cup Official Website for everything and anything to do with this spectacular men’s and women’s event – player statistics, goal counts, history of the competition and the road to qualification. The website is a mine of World Cup information.|
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