Guide To The FIH Pro League

FIH Pro League General Sale
With 12 opportunities to see Great Britain take on the best in the world, the FIH Pro League is the latest instalment in hockey’s rapid rise as a spectator sport which never fails to thrill the crowds. Tickets are on sale to the public from 16 November.
FIH Pro League tickets are on sale to the public from midday 16 November.

What is the FIH Pro League?
The FIH Pro League is a game-changing international competition offering regular opportunities to see Great Britain’s men and women play against the best in the world. Opposition teams include The Netherlands, Australia, Argentina and USA, with every one of the top sides featuring. Some sessions are ‘Double Headers’ where you can see both teams playing the same country in what are sure to be brilliant days out full of drama. 

International hockey matches offer a fantastic day for all ages, offering much more on top of the thrilling action on the pitch with mini hockey and other attractions for children. There’s even a chance to play on the Olympic-standard pitch after the match!

Matches are played at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, while the New Zealand Double Header on 23 June will be played at the Twickenham Stoop.

High demand
After a public ballot, the best seats have sold fast with the ‘Double Header’ against Argentina now sold out, while some stands are sold out for other matches including Australia (where both teams will play) and The Netherlands. Hockey games are really popular and matches do sell out so don’t delay in buying your tickets!

Hockey moves to the Twickenham Stoop
The Stoop in South West London, where Harlequins Rugby play, has been announced as the venue for the New Zealand Double Header on 23 June, offering a much higher capacity due to the exceptionally high demand for tickets that continues to grow every year. It offers the perfect venue for a sports club group trip and indeed any sports fan. 

Guide to the FIH Pro League matches
See our guide to Great Britain’s opposition in some of the top sessions below, giving you a taste of the mouth-watering action coming your way in 2019:

Great Britain vs Argentina: Double Header, 18 May – SOLD OUT
When it comes to passion, flair and firepower few teams come close to Argentina! With the Argentina’s men ranked second in the world as well as being the current Olympic champions, and their women fourth in the world and with a history of their own success, this is shaping up to be a cracking spectacle. Their incredible supporters are well known for their loud singing and loyal support.

Great Britain vs Belgium: Double Header, 19 May
Belgium’s men are Olympic and European Silver medallists and renowned for their strength and depth, harbouring a wealth of world-class talent including 2017 FIH World Player of the Year Arthur Van Doren.

Great Britain vs Australia: Double Header, 9 June 
Australia’s men and women possess incredible pedigree with plenty of famous players and teams well remembered in hockey history. The men’s side are currently number one in the world while the women, who made it to the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup semi-finals, currently sit in third.

Great Britain vs Netherlands: Women, Fri 14 June; Men, Sat 15 June
The Netherlands women’s team have dominated international hockey for a number of years and showed their skill and class in abundance to win the recent Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup in London. The men’s side possess equal skill and, although they sit fourth in the world rankings, can beat any side with their deep talent reserves.

Great Britain vs New Zealand: Double Header, 23 June, The Stoop 
This fixture has now moved to The Stoop, Harlequins rugby team’s home ground in Twickenham, due to high demand. New Zealand are a top 10 nation in both genders and many will remember their women’s match with Great Britain at the London 2012 Olympics as they faced off for a bronze medal which Great Britain famously won.

General sale opens on 16 November, and you can sign up to our England Hockey’s tickets newsletter at for more info.