The event, scheduled to be held from January 13-29 next year will witness 16 teams slug it out for the coveted trophy. The event will be held at the iconic Kalinga Hockey Stadium and the newly-built Birsa Munda Stadium in Rourkela.
According to sources an official release issued by the Hockey India, the players of both Men and Women’s team will get a cash award of Rs 50,000 each for players and Rs25,000 each for support staff for every win the Indian Teams register.
The FIH had earlier warned the CoA to conduct elections as soon as possible to avoid jeopardizing the Men's World Cup to be held in Odisha in January 2023.
The FIH has decided to review the current situation of Hockey India following the resignation of Narinder Batra from his post.
The executive board of the FIH on Friday took the decision to send official communication to the CoA at its meeting in Terrassa, Spain on the sidelines of the Women's World Cup.
India began the match strongly as Ajmina Kujur put India in front 30 seconds into the match. Uruguay captain Teresa Viana scored the equaliser straightaway to make it 1-1.
India made an attacking start to their first match with fast-paced set-play and scored through Mohammed Raheel in the second minute of the game.
The 20-member squad includes goalkeepers Suraj Karkera, Sreejesh Parattu Raveendran, defenders Surender Kumar, Harmanpreet Singh, Varun Kumar, Amit Rohidas, Jugraj Singh and Jarmanpreet Singh.
Hockey India has called for applications from interested and aspiring coaches to apply for the FIH Academy Level ‘2’ & Level '3' Coaching Course 2022.
The Netherlands scored through Tessa Beetsma (12th min), Luna Fokke (53rd min) and Jip Dicke (54th min) to book their berth in the final and set themselves up for a shot at winning their third title.
The General Secretary of Hockey Odisha, Pratap Satapathy has raised serious concerns over the charges of alleged diversion of money by Narinder Batra, president of Indian Olympic Association (IOA).
The teams filling each quota, and therefore invited to participate, will be based on performance at the Continental championships. The top three teams in each of these tournaments will qualify.
Just like on Saturday, both the teams were locked at 1-1 at the end of the regulation time, leading to the shoot-out.
Tokyo Olympics bronze medallist India took the lead in the sixth minute through Abhishek before Spain struck thrice through Pau Cunill (14th, 24th) and Joan Tarres (14th). Pepe Cunill (54th) and skipper Marc Miralles (59th) converted two more penalty corners to seal the issue for the visitors.
But India, ranked ninth in the world, responded immediately through a field strike from Jyoti before Neha Goyal stunned the Spaniards in the 52nd minute with another field goal.