FIH Quality Programme

FIH Quality Programme for Hockey Fields and Hockey Turf surfaces

To help ensure good quality hockey facilities are built for all levels of play, from elite level competition to community development, the FIH has developed its internationally recognised quality-assurance programme - the FIH Quality Programme for Hockey Turf. Incorporating FIH Approved Hockey Turfs and FIH certified fields, the programme provides consistent and dependable industry standards and ensures the appropriate quality of performance for the intended level of play - whether it is community development, international competition, or anything in between.<br/> For details of FIH Approved Hockey Turfs and our Preferred Hockey Turf Suppliers, Certified Manufacturers and Certified Field Builders click on Read More.

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FIH Quality Programme for Field Equipment

The FIH Quality Programme for Field Equipment sets performance and durability standards for the various pieces of field equipment used by hockey. These include hockey goals (11 a-side hockey and Hockey5s, and Indoor Hockey), Hockey 5s rebound boards, Indoor Hockey rebound boards, team shelters and technical officials’ booths. For some pieces of field equipment, the FIH have established classes of approval, based on the intended use.

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FIH Quality Programme for Sports Equipment

The FIH Quality Programme for Sports Equipment is being developed to set performance and durability standards for various pieces of sports equipment used by our sport. Initially focusing on hockey balls the FIH Quality Programme has established performance and durability standards that ensure only high-quality products with the required levels of performance, have the right to use the prestigious FIH Quality Programme logos and designations

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Facility Guidance Resources

Technical information and guidance for those developing hockey facilities can be found by clicking here , including the FIH Hockey Turf and Field Standards, guidance on hockey fields, multi-sport facilities, Hockey 5s courts, Indoor Hockey facilities and information on floodlighting, field irrigation, etc.

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