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How to watch Great Britain in the FH Hockey Pro League

Great Britain take on Germany this evening in their first home games of the season.

It has been six months since the squads were last in action in the FIH Hockey Pro League on the road to Belgium and eighteen months since they last played on home soil to secure Olympic qualification in November 2019. 

With a BT Sport Monthly Pass you can watch all four of Wednesday and Thursday’s matches against Germany, plus another twelve FIH Hockey Pro League fixtures taking place across the globe in May. This includes Great Britain’s final fixtures before the Olympics this summer on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 May against Spain and the USA. 

The Monthly Pass is contract free and gives you instant access to every BT Sport channel for 30 days for only £25. This means along with international hockey you can enjoy the climax of the Premier League, the Champions League and Europa League finals, Premiership Rugby and much more.

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Alan Forsyth goes for goal when GB hosted Germany in 2019.

FIH Hockey Pro League on BT Sport

Wednesday 12 May

  • Great Britain v Germany (Men) 17:30 - BT Sport 2
  • Great Britain v Germany (Women) 20:00 - BT Sport 2

Thursday 13 May

  • Great Britain v Germany (Men) 17:30 - BT Sport 1
  • Great Britain v Germany (Women) 20:00 - BT Sport 1

Saturday 15 May

  • Belgium v USA (Women) 16:30

Sunday 16 May

  • Belgium v USA (Women) 16:30

Saturday 22 May

  • Great Britain v USA (Women) 13:00
  • Belgium v Argentina (Women) 13:00
  • Great Britain v Spain (Men) 15:30
  • Belgium v Argentina (Men) 15:30

Sunday 23 May

  • Great Britain v USA (Women) 12:00
  • Belgium v Argentina (Women) 13:00
  • Great Britain v Spain (Men) 14:30
  • Belgium v Argentina (Men) 15:30

Sunday 30 May

  • Belgium v Netherlands (Women) 13:00
  • Belgium v Netherlands (Men) 15:30

The BT Sport channels the games will be shown on will be announced closer to the time.

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The FIH Hockey Pro League is presented by Vitality in Great Britain.