The FIH Hockey Pro League is our annual global league where the best women’s and men’s teams in the world compete head to head.
Read on below for all you need to know about this showpiece global competition.
Each year the top men’s and women’s international teams from across the globe compete in the FIH Hockey Pro League. The FIH Hockey Pro League Trophy is awarded to the team that wins the league upon completion of the season.
This Pro League season continues the series of mini-tournaments, where multiple teams will convene to play two matches against each other in one location.
Being crowned champions of the FIH Hockey Pro League Season 5 will come along with a new and tremendous incentive in the form of a direct qualification for the Women’s and Men’s FIH Hockey World Cup 2026!
With the promotion/relegation principle applied - for the first time - to the FIH Hockey Pro League, Season 5 will welcome two teams that have qualified through the first edition of the FIH Hockey Nations Cup played last year, namely India (women) and Ireland (men). India are joining in place of New Zealand (women), who withdrew from the upcoming season, while Ireland are replacing New Zealand (men), who were relegated at the end of the previous season.
The 2023-24 season will see the following nations competing:
- Women: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, China, Germany, Great Britain, India, The Netherlands, and The United States.
- Men: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, India, The Netherlands, and Spain.
For all the latest information, look at the FIH Pro League Website
The 2022-23 and 2023-34 FIH Pro League seasons will contain Great Britain's men's and women's teams in order to best prepare the sides for the Paris 2024 Olympic games.
The Great Britain squad consists of English, Scottish and Welsh athletes in line with the GB Hockey Framework Agreement.
For more information on the training squads click here
For more information on the GB Hockey Framework Agreement click here
- 06-11 December 2023 - Santiago Del Estero, Argentina - playing Argentina and The Netherlands
- 22-25 June 2024 - Utrecht, Netherlands – playing Belgium and Germany
- 27-30 June 2024 - Amsterdam, Netherlands – playing Belgium and Germany
- 01-12 June 2024 - Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London - playing Ireland, USA, India, China, Spain, and Australia
For the complete fixture lists, click here.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.
Prices start from just £8 for Under 18s and £19.50 for adults, meaning a family of four can watch two matches from as little as £55.