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Follow the Home Nations in the EuroHockey Championships

We are only a week away from the start of the EuroHockey Championships which take place in the Wenger Stadium in Amsterdam. Wales men kick off the event in the opening match against Germany, whilst England men, England women and Scotland women play their first matches over the opening weekend.

The Koninklijke Nederlandse Hockey Bond (KNHB) and European Hockey Federation (EHF) will welcome around 2,700 spectators per match day, with social distancing and rapid testing in place throughout the event.

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Wales fan at hockey match
The EuroHockey Championships will welcome around 2,700 spectators per match day.

In addition to the fight for European glory, there will also be qualification spots for the upcoming World Cups on offer to add to the intensity of what already promises to be an enthralling nine days of action. Three women’s teams could book their spot to the 2022 tournament (in The Netherlands and Spain), while five men’s nations can secure a seat on the plane to India for their event in 2023.

Find out who will be representing the home nations below, plus the Championship pools and fixtures.