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  • The Netherlands leap-frog Germans on their way to the semi final.
    The Netherlands leap-frog Germans on their way to the semi final.
    (Photo: FIH / Grant Treeby)

    England, Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia reach semi-finalists at Hero HWL

    Belgium, Germany, Argentina and India to play off in 5-8 classification matches

    England, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia qualified for the semi finals of the Hero Hockey World League Final in Delhi. All four teams faced tough challenges. While England showed resilience to soak up sustained pressure from Belgium to win 1-0, the Netherlands held on to a 2-1 lead despite a late surge by Germany. The Black Sticks came through the first shoot-out winning it 4-3 against Argentina. Australia had to overturn a 2-0 deficit to eventually defeat India 7-2.  x 5 More

  • Black Sticks Stephen Jenness and Dean Couzins get ready for the quarter final.
    Black Sticks Stephen Jenness and Dean Couzins get ready for the quarter final.
    (Photo: FIH / Grant Treeby)

    Teams prepare for mouth-watering quarter finals at Hero HWL Final

    Host nation takes on world champions; Olympic finalists resume competition – hockey doesn't get better than this

    In the quarter finals of the Hero Hockey World League Final to be played on Wednesday, group leaders England and Australia will face Belgium and India respectively. The surprise package Argentina will face New Zealand, while Germany and the Netherlands take up where they left off at the 2012 Olympics. Some mouth-watering encounters lie in wait for hockey fans around the world. More

  • Australia won a tough challenge against Argentina.
    Australia won a tough challenge against Argentina.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Australia win Pool B, with Argentina surprise runners-up

    The Netherlands finish third while Belgium are last in pool B at the Hero HWL Final

    A last minute goal for the Netherlands to earn a 2-2 draw leaves Belgium bottom of Pool B, while a Kookaburra goal-fest ended Argentina's unbeaten record at the Hero Hockey World League Final, as the world champions beat the 11th ranked team 6-1. More

  • India provide home crowd with triple delight.
    India provide home crowd with triple delight.
    (Photo: FIH / Grant Treeby)

    India hold Olympic champions to a draw and England top table

    Pool A throws up shock result in Hero Hockey World League Final

    India led three times against the Olympic champions before finishing their final pool game with a 3-3 draw. In the earlier pool A match England retained their unbeaten record at the Hero Hockey World League Final when notching up their third victory in this competition, thanks to a solid 5-1 win over New Zealand which has left them top of pool A.  x 5 More

  • Argentina signal their intent to make their mark on the world rankings.
    Argentina signal their intent to make their mark on the world rankings.
    (Photo: FIH / Grant Treeby)

    Crucial ranking points up for grabs at Hero Hockey World League

    Movements in FIH World Rankings likely to affect pools for Rabobank Hockey World Cup

    Excitement is mounting as eight of the finest teams in the world prepare for Monday's final pool matches in the men’s Hero Hockey World League Final in New Delhi. The teams are not only doing battle for the chance to lift the trophy, but also the opportunity to claim crucial ranking points ahead of this summer’s Rabobank Hockey World Cup in The Hague.  x 13 More

  • England are top of pool A after defeating Germany.
    England are top of pool A after defeating Germany.
    (Photo: FIH / Grant Treeby)

    England top Pool A while New Zealand beat home nation

    Day 2 at the Hero Hockey World League - Germany and India beaten

    England are top of Pool A after they earned a hard-worked 2-1 victory over Olympic champions Germany in their second match at the Hero World League Final. In the second game New Zealand bounced back from yesterday's 6-1 loss leaving host nation India bottom of the group.  x 2 More

  • The Netherlands celebrate their 1-0 win over Australia at the Hero Hockey World League Final.
    The Netherlands celebrate their 1-0 win over Australia at the Hero Hockey World League Final.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Argentina are Lion Kings, while Oranje bounce back

    World champions Australia get upset by the Netherlands, Belgium lost to Argentina

    In Pool B of the Hero Hockey World League Final, Argentina retain their unbeaten record thanks to a 3-2 win over Belgium to top the group and the Netherlands get points on the board by beating Australia 1-0. More

  • Germany are celebrating their good start into the HHWL Final.
    Germany are celebrating their good start into the HHWL Final.
    (Photo: FIH / Frank Uijlenbroek)

    Germany hit super 6 and England took all the points at the Hero HWL

    New Zealand and India suffer defeats in Pool B openers

    A convincing 6-1 victory over New Zealand and a promise from coach Markus Weise that "we still want to improve" demonstrates the uncompromising approach that Germany is adopting towards this inaugural tournament. Meanwhile England broke the hearts of the Indian spectators by beating the host team 2-0. More

  • Jacob Whetton celebrates his winning goal.
    Jacob Whetton celebrates his winning goal.
    (Photo: FIH / Grant Treeby)

    Australia win while Argentina cruise to victory in Pool B at the Hero HWL

    Argentina supplied the biggest surprise of the day

    Australia secured a last minute winner and Argentina pulled off a shock victory over the Netherlands in the opening two games of the inaugural Hockey World League. Jacob Whetton secured Australia all three points in the opening match of the Hero Hockey World League Final in Delhi.  x 5 More

  • Eight captains dreaming of HHWL glory
    Eight captains dreaming of HHWL glory
    (Photo: FIH / TABREZAHMAD)

    Eight teams aim for glory at the Hero Hockey World League Final

    New Delhi’s Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium is ready to host the show

    8 teams, 24 matches, 144 players, 1,680 minutes of captivating Hockey… and one nation walking off with the trophy. The final of the inaugural Men’s Hockey World League kicks off this Friday in New Delhi, India. “We look forward to seeing these international superstars battling in their last major competition before the summer’s Rabobank Hockey World Cup”, says FIH Representative Alberto Budeisky.  x 11 More

  • (Photo: FIH)

    Hero HWL Final in New Delhi: One day to go

    Let’s have a closer look at the teams participating in Pool B

    In the second of two event previews, we take a look at the teams that will meet in Pool B, which features world champions Australia, Olympic Silver medallists The Netherlands, Belgium and Argentina. The Hero Hockey World League Final in New Delhi will start on Friday with the opening match Australia v Belgium.  x 3 More

  • Hero HWL Final in New Delhi: Two days to go

    All facts you need to know about the participating teams in Pool A

    The Hero Hockey World League Final in New Delhi features eight of the finest men’s international teams in the world and is the culmination of a journey which began back in August 2012 when the first rounds of the Hockey World League were played. In the first of two event previews, we take a look at the teams that will do battle in Pool A: Germany, England, New Zealand and India.  x 21   More

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