Ticket Info: USA, Spain & Germany games

2020FIHPL General Sale

Great Britain have two scheduled weekends of home fixtures in the 2020 FIH Hockey Pro League.

FIH Hockey Pro League fixtures: USA, Spain and Germany


New for 2020, each big weekend of hockey has a theme which drives the fun and activities on and off the pitch.  
  • Junior Takeover: Every trip to the hockey is great for families with young children, so join us to inspire the future of hockey with a weekend dedicated to our junior players from around the country. There will be even more fun for the kids on and off the pitch, including interaction with the star players and opportunities to develop new skills.
  • Olympic Send-Off: Great Britain’s Olympic squads will have been chosen before this fixture and this will be the last chance to see them in action before Tokyo 2020. As a result this weekend will be a celebration of everything related to the Olympics, with some of our famous gold medal winners in attendance, and the chance to send-off our Olympians in style
Ticket categories
We have four bands of ticket depending on the location of the seat. These are as follows: 
  • Red: The best seats, covered, side of the pitch and located nearest the halfway line
  • White: Excellent quality seats with a side view of the pitch
  • Blue: Seats with a good elevated view of the ends of the pitch, closest to the goal-mouth action
  • Green: Pitch level position at either end giving a player's perspective on the match
The price of season ticket or general admission ticket varies depending on the band of ticket.


Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre seating plan

Age categories
Our U18 tickets are always priced at about a third of adult tickets, proportionally cheaper than many major sports or leisure attractions, as we want to ensure hockey is an affordable family day out.

Based on our research, we have also introduced an 18-25 price brand with a small discount for that age group.

Ticket prices
These prices include all administration fees (there are no hidden costs) and tickets will be subject to a 10% increase if bought on
match day. One ticket includes admission to both fixtures that day.

FIHPL General Admission Prices

Premium Experiences
Ring in the second season of the FIH Pro League in style and join us at the home of hockey, Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, as one of our Premium Experience guests.

Our Premium Experience guests will enjoy access to our exclusive Champions Suite and incredible matchday experiences, from unrivalled player access to playing on the pitch after the game, making a truly once in a lifetime experience.

Package includes:
  • Covered halfway line seating – best seats in the house 
  • Meet coaches pre-match
  • Meet players post-match
  • Pre-match tunnel and pitch side access
  • Guaranteed access to play on the pitch post-match
  • Complimentary drinks throughout (beer, wine, cider and soft drinks)
  • Lunch or dinner buffet Matchday programme
  • Complimentary parking
Adult = £160; U18 = £120

To find out more and discuss further, please email Will Durkin via will.durkin@englandhockey.co.uk

Mascot Packages
Give your child a once-in-a-lifetime experience of meeting their heroes and walking out onto the pitch with them in front of a packed home international crowd. They’ll get to experience to roar of #ThePride as the teams come out and guarantee themselves a chance to play on the pitch after the game for a day they will never forget!

Our Mascot Packages include:
  • 1x Adult Red Ticket, 1x U18 Red Ticket
  • Mascot place
  • Great Britain Hockey #ThePride T-Shirt
  • Souvenir Photo
  • Play on the pitch after the matches
These packages are available for children aged 5-12 years-old. In order to purchase a ticket, select which game you'd like to attend and then click the 'Red Ticket' dropdown menu. Click here to buy now.

The Venue: Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre
The Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre is owned, funded and managed by Lee Valley Regional Park Authority. With a history of sporting activity dating back over a century the venue, built as a legacy of London 2012, is certainly continuing this tradition. Visit the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park website for more information.

The centre is really well connected to all public transport networks. We strongly recommend using the London Underground or Train services to Stratford Station or Stratford International Station.

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