The International Hockey Federation has announced that every single match from the main hall at the Indoor Hockey World Cup 2018 will be live-streamed, free to air, on FIH's YouTube channel.
Taking place in Berlin, Germany between 7-11 February, fans across the world will be able to tune in to this high octane event which sees the best national indoor teams go head to head, all with the aim of lifting the prestigious Indoor World Cup trophy.
40 matches will be broadcast live during the event, which features 12 men’s and 12 women’s teams competing across the five day competition.
The exception is with Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Fans in those countries will be able to watch the majority of the matches on FIH YouTube, while the German men's and women's teams will be broadcast via SPORT1 on its platforms SPORT1 + and SPORT1.de. SPORT1’s website details which matches are on which of their platforms and when.
This announcement sees the continuation of FIH's strong partnership with Google owned YouTube. As the world's biggest provider of online video content, with over 1.5 billion unique monthly viewers, the FIH are delighted to expose this competition to a global audience through an easy to access platform.