The Anniversary International in partnership with Toshiba TVs


Tickets for the Anniversary International in partnership with Toshiba TVs are on sale now as we mark 30 years since Great Britain men's Olympic gold medal win at Seoul 1988.

The historic moment has been an iconic moment in British sporting history for many years. Barry Davies’ legendary commentary line – “Where were the Germans? But, frankly who cares!”  – also went down in history and players such as Sean Kerly became household names.

This October it’s the 30th Anniversary of that gold medal and to mark the occasion we’re hosting a Anniversary International match on the 3 October in partnership with Toshiba TVs which sees Great Britain’s men take on Belgium, ranked third in the world.

Where are the Germans? Frankly who cares. The match will take place at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Tickets are on sale now for a night of world-class hockey and a large dose of Olympic nostalgia, with 1988 legends making guest appearances. The match is also new Head Coach Danny Kerry’s first match in charge of the team. 

So join in the celebration – after the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup, hockey is the hottest ticket in town – and don’t miss out on another brilliant night on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

You can buy your tickets for this game HERE.

Wear your retro '80s sportswear
Everyone loves bringing out the retro sportswear – if you have kit which is actually from your 1980s playing days, even better!

So clubs, come down in your teams or groups for a cracking night out and dress up for the occasion – there will be FIH Pro League tickets on offer for the best fancy dress on the night.