Details: How the final day is moving to the Twickenham Stoop

The Twickenham Stoop
• Great Britain’s men’s & women’s teams to play at 14,800-seater stadium on Sun 23 June
• GBR men vs NZL at 2pm, then GBR women vs NZL at 4:30pm
• Artificial pitch to be laid on top of existing grass surface
• Crowd could be the biggest UK hockey attendance since 2012 Olympics

The final day of our FIH Pro League season will take place at the near 15,000-capacity Twickenham Stoop, home of Harlequins.

The final day's matches against New Zealand on Sunday 23 June 2019 will be at Quins’ stadium, using ground-breaking technology that will see an artificial pitch laid on top of the existing grass surface.

Tickets are on sale now, and moving venue means that more than twice as many supporters will now be able to see our national teams in action on this day, when Great Britain's men's and women's teams take on New Zealand back-to-back at the conclusion of the first ever FIH Pro League campaign.

Great Britain's women in the FIH Pro League

This announcement marks another hugely positive step forward for international hockey in this country. Last summer, more than 110,000 tickets were sold for the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup in London, making it the biggest standalone women’s sporting event of the year. With BT Sport long-term partners of the sport, youth participation up 80% since London 2012, and the GB women’s team the current Olympic champions, hockey continues to go from strength to strength. A full attendance of 14,800 at the Twickenham Stoop would be the biggest crowd to watch hockey in this country since the London 2012 Olympics.

All of Great Britain’s other FIH Pro League home games took place at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, hockey’s major events venue on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The venue has been central to the growth in spectators and has played host to world class hockey events every year since 2015, most recently the record-breaking Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup.

Sam Ward of Great Britain

Tickets are on sale now, starting at £11 for Under 18s and £34 for adults. One ticket includes access to both the women's and men's matches, so it is great value to see our teams, including the current Olympic champions. Click here for details.

We have parking available at £10 for cars, £15 for a minibus and £25 for coaches. Click here for details.