Hockey World League


  • World Association The FIH World Class is a generally new universal rivalry that started in 2012 and is played more than two years. The World Alliance is utilized to choose which groups will qualify close by the mainland champions and has for future Olympic Amusements and FIH World Containers (subject to IOC endorsement for the Olympic Diversions). Season two of the Hockey World Group has four rounds, running from July 2014 to December 2015. Each round goes about as a qualifier for the following giving each group the possibility to go the distance to the last. Australia's men and ladies, the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos, will enter the opposition at the semi-last stage (third round) as a result of their reality rankings.
  • Men's Saint World Class Last, Raipur, India 27 November – 6 December 2015 The men's Reality Class Last will include the most elite with all contending countries having officially met all requirements for the Rio 2016 Olympic Amusements.
  • Whilst numerous competitions will be restored, there will be various additional motivations for groups tuning in Raipur. Notwithstanding winning the Hockey World Group title, the victors will get a programmed capability spot for the Champions Trophy occurring next June in Argentina. Australia's men will line up against Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Incredible England, India and the Netherlands. Ladies' Argentina World Association Last, Rosario, Argentina. 5 - 13 December 2015.
  • The eight ladies' groups joining in the Argentina Hockey World Alliance Last will be spoken to by the best players on the planet - hockey legends and rising stars. The greater part of the groups tuning in Rosario have officially met all requirements for the Rio 2016 Olympic Recreations, rivalry will be exceptional to guarantee the prestigious 2015 World Alliance title. Australia will hope to retaliate for their punishment shootout misfortune to has Argentina in the Champions Trophy 2014 last as both groups clash on day two of the opposition [Sunday 6 December]. Australia's ladies will line up against Argentina, China, Germany, Extraordinary England, Korea, Netherlands and New Zealand.
  • The FIH Hockey World Alliance semi-finals is set to begin from 20 June in Antwerp, Belgium. Top groups, for example, Pakistan, Australia and Awesome England alongside hosts Belgium are required to make the competition a gigantic one. The groups won't just be battling for a spot in the Hockey World Alliance Finals to be played in December at Mohali, additionally for a spot in the prestigious 2016 Olympic Recreations at Rio de Janerio. A few groups have effectively occupied their billet for the Olympic Amusements.
  • Pool An is by all accounts the harder gathering, which incorporates Australia, Pakistan and India close by European countries France and Poland. In Pool B, Belgium is the top-positioned side; different nations close by Belgium are China, Ireland, Awesome England and Malaysia. Belgium are one of the top choices to top Pool B and the way things have gotten down to business lately, they have awed every last one with their execution. They are as of now positioned in front of Asian titans India and Pakistan. In any case, one can't check out groups like Awesome England and Malaysia as they have been in the circuit for a long while. With the experience of Barry Middleton, Incredible England will be a solid contender and the captain is relied upon to assume a compelling part in the opposition.
  • In spite of the fact that positioned at twelfth position, Malaysia are a standout amongst the most forceful sides at present with their advances in great objective scoring structure. It is in Pool A where the activity will be first rate, fundamentally on the grounds that Pakistan, Australia and India are in the same gathering. Australia, positioned number one, are clearly the top picks. They have accompany their best squad and it will take some doing to overcome this Australian side. On the off chance that Australia neglect to advance to the finals of FIH Hockey World Association, it will be a tremendous amazement.
  • India, who have officially fit the bill for the 2016 Olympic Recreations, will play weight free hockey as they have likewise fit the bill for the FIH Hockey World Alliance finals, being hosts. In any case, a great execution will do their certainty a ton of good. With respect to Pakistan, they have dependably been a perilous side and one can never foresee about the men in green. They go hot and frosty in a matter of seconds.
  • With the FIH Hockey World Alliance Last slated in December, Argentina, Germany, Netherlands and Canada have officially made it. In this way, groups know about the noteworthiness of the semi-finals in Belgium, where just four groups can experience to the final India, who were whipped 0-3 in their FIH Hockey World Group Last opener against Argentina, held Olympic champions Germany to a 1-1 attract their second match in Raipur on Saturday. Akashdeep Singh scored in the final quarter, after Germany had led the pack in the first quarter through Niklas Wellen's strike.
  • The hosts gave a vastly improved record of themselves than in their past match against Argentina, as they beset the Germans on various events. India had great opportunities to score on however couldn't change over them. Sardar Singh and Co. presently have one draw and one misfortune in two matches. They next face the Netherlands on Monday. India skipper Sardar, who was proclaimed the man of the match, said he was content with India's execution. "We are on right track. Today we played vastly improved hockey than against Argentina. Ideally we will continue enhancing against the Netherlands," he said.
  • Each enormous competition brings forth reestablished dreams, each huge win lifts Indian spirits, each real accomplishment flashes an Olympic decoration before the eyes – perhaps not gold, but rather an arrival among the awards at the Recreations in the wake of 35 prolonged years. Making a course for Rio and conveying a comparable guarantee, the Indian men's hockey group's next stop is Antwerp in Belgium, for the FIH Hockey World Alliance (HWL) semi-finals. In any case, not at all like on most past events paving the way to an Olympic year, the group is without a recognizable overabundance things.
  • India have effectively fit the bill for the Olympics. The two HWL semi-last competitions likewise bend over as Olympic qualifiers, yet India, by excellence of being the Asian Diversions champions, have a Rio ticket secured in their back-pocket. That is a troubling monkey off India's back, and it gives enough space to mentor Paul van Ass and commander Sardar Singh to examination and discover approaches to wind up more reliable as far as beating huge groups. In addition, as hosts of the HWL Finals not long from now, they arrive also independent of what happens at Antwerp semis.
  • Looking at beating enormous groups, the Indians, under previous mentor Terry Walsh, went to beat Australia in Australia before securing the Asian Recreations gold and a Rio compartment at Incheon, South Korea, where they beat Pakistan in the last. That was when hockey re-touched off any expectations of a recovery and lifted them further by coming to the semi-finals of the 2014 Champions Trophy where a misfortune to Pakistan offered a rude awakening. Pakistan's profane festivals just added salt to the injury that the thrashing perpetrated.
  • At Antwerp, the two opponents will by and by challenge. Ninth-positioned India will be in the harder Pool A, rubbing shoulders with world No. 1 Australia, main adversaries Pakistan, the risky Poland and unusual France, who will be their opening rivals on June 20. The Aussies have handled an accomplished squad since they have Olympics and HWL Finals capability hanging in the balance. The Kookaburas line-up will be a mirror picture of the squad that won the 2014 World Glass and Ward Amusements gold. 13 players who were a piece of those triumphant battles in Netherlands and Scotland, individually, will be available in Belgium too.
  • India, however, will confront Australia toward the end in their pool apparatuses. To begin with up will be eighteenth positioned France, trailed by Poland (June 23), Pakistan (june 26) and Australia (June 28). Main four groups from the two pools meet all requirements for the quarter-finals. Pool B comprises of hosts Belgium, Awesome England, Malaysia, Ireland and China, who will do well to achieve the quarter-finals of the competition abandoning one of their abundantly experienced adversaries behind.
  • No focuses for speculating that of India's four pool experiences, the show-stopper occasion will be the match against Pakistan, who are positioned simply behind India at No. 10. Groups positioned 1 to 11 win an immediate section into HWL semi-finals. Pakistan shocked numerous by asserting silver at Champions Trophy in Bhubaneswar a year ago, all the more so on the grounds that they completed base of their pool in that competition. They beat the Netherlands in the quarters and has India in the semis to achieve the summit conflict, where they lost to Germany.
  • By beating India, the Pakistanis retaliated for their thrashing in the Asian Amusements last, which denied Pakistan an immediate section into Rio Olympics. That will be at the back of their brain, adding to the weight that a diversion against India carries with it. Poland and France, positioned seventeenth and eighteenth individually, are two of the most enhanced groups in world hockey. They are the two qualifiers from Cycle 2 of the HWL. While Poland finished that stage in second place in Singapore, France secured the Cycle 2 competition in Cape Town. An Olympic capability will go far in the historical backdrop of Shine and French hockey; yet it will be an implausible dream with a few heavyweights in the conflict in Antwer.