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FIH Pro League

What is the FIH Pro League?
The FIH Pro League is the ground-breaking, new, global hockey competition beginning in 2019.

Two leagues, one men’s and one women’s, each comprising nine of the greatest hockey nations, will battle it out for glory. 144 matches will be staged around the world each season culminating in a Grand Final in June in the Netherlands. It’s going to be action-packed, international rivalries will be at their fiercest and the hockey will be of the highest calibre.  

When and where are the matches taking place?
Great Britain Men’s and Women’s home matches will be played at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre between April and June 2019, with the final double header being played at the Twickenham Stoop Stadium on 23 June against New Zealand. The schedule of dates and matches can be found here.

Can I purchase season tickets? 
We are currently on sale for season tickets. It is the only way to guarantee your seat for every home GB match this season. Men’s, women’s and combined season tickets are available to purchase here.

Who's playing in the FIH Pro League?
Men’s – Great Britain, Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, New Zealand and Pakistan.

Women’s – Netherlands, Great Britain, Australia, Argentina, Germany, New Zealand, China, USA and Belgium.

Can I book hospitality?
Premium Experience tickets offer all the action from the best seats in the house – covered seating plus a higher level of luxury which makes it a perfect day out for friends and family, or for entertaining clients at one of the most popular team sports in the country.

To register your interest in Premium Experience tickets please email hospitality@englandhockey.co.uk and we’ll be in touch or call 01628 897522.

Ticket Ballot

How do I enter the ballot?
The ticket ballot has now closed. We’ve had a great response with over 100,000 applications for the 12 sessions, many of which are oversubscribed. 

When I buy a ticket, is that just for one match?
Most of the time yes, but on four league dates, Saturday 18 May, Sunday 19 May, Sunday 9 June and Sunday 23 June we will be hosting double headers, so you get two matches for one ticket.

Are there reduced prices for children?
Yes – there are reduced prices for people under the age of 18.

Is accessible seating available?
Yes – we have wheelchair spaces available at both sides and the south end of the pitch, at different price points. Each wheelchair ticket comes with a free general ticket. Please phone the See Tickets Customer Helpline 0844 8718810 and quote the reference in your priority purchase email.

When does the ballot close?
The ballot closed on Wednesday 6  September. If you entered the ballot there is no opportunity to change your ticket selection now. 

If I’m successful, how long will my ballot tickets be available for?
You’ll only have up to Thursday 25 October to purchase the tickets you’ve won in the ballot.  Remember though the best seats will go first so we recommend you act quickly. After October 25 you’ll lose access to your ballot allocation.

How do I purchase the tickets I’ve won?
Should you be successful in winning tickets to one or more sessions you will have access to purchase up to the total amount of tickets you’ve won. This will be in an open sale format, so you can choose which block you sit in for each session and what type of ticket you’d like, e.g. adult or U18. Best move quickly to purchase if you win however as the best seats will go first.

When will payment be taken?
Only after confirming which of the tickets you have won that you want will be required to make payment.

When will I receive my tickets?
You will receive your print at home e-tickets a few minutes after purchasing your tickets in the ballot, along with your confirmation email. Please be sure to check your Spam or Junk folders if you don’t receive these. 

What if I have any queries about the ballot or my ticket purchase?
Please email fihproleague@seetickets.com or call 0844 871 8810.

I’d like to bring a large group, what can I do?
During the ballot phase, unfortunately we limited tickets to 6 per session. Subject to availability, group bookings will be possible during the general sale phase.

What about babes in arms?
Children under the age of two at the time of the league date do not require a ticket if they sit on the knee of a ticket holder. 

General Sale Tickets

What happens if I missed the ballot?
Subject to availability after the ballot, any remaining tickets for the FIH Pro League matches will go on general sale on Friday 16 November 2018.

Other Information

What else can we do on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park?
There's lots to do including the brand new 76 metre world’s-longest tunnel slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit. There’s also the VeloPark, Westfield Shopping Centre, the Aquatics Centre and much more.

Who helps put on these matches?
The FIH Pro League matches are organised by England Hockey on behalf of Great Britain Hockey. 

How can I watch the FIH Pro League matches in different countries?
BT Sport will be showing all 144 matches on their networks. 

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