Please see below FAQs for the FIH Pro League matches being hosted in Great Britain.

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. 128 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.

Who's playing in the FIH Pro League?

Men’s – Great Britain, Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Spain and New Zealand.

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

When will I receive my tickets?

Ticket purchasers will receive their tickets few minutes after purchasing online , along with a  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 my ticket purchase?

Please email fihproleague@seetickets.com or call 0844 871 8810.

What if I’ve lost my PAH ticket for the match?

Not to worry, simply visit https://www.seetickets.com/customerservice and enter your email address to get a reminder of your previous orders.

Can I upgrade my tickets to hospitality?

Yes, you certainly can, subject to availability. 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 upgrade your general admission tickets please email hospitality@englandhockey.co.uk and or call Will Durkin on 01628 330332 .

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.

Are the venues wheelchair accessible?

Blue badge parking is available for those who require it on a first come, first serve basis. Please email transport@englandhockey.co.uk to arrange this. We have accessible tickets available to purchase online, these come with a free companion ticket and the Twickenham Stoop is wheelchair friendly.

Will there be bag searches upon entry?

Yes, all spectators will be subject to bag searches  upon entry into the venue, so please arrive early to avoid large queues close to the start of the match,

Is there parking available on site?

For the Twickenham Stoop, car, minibus and coach parking is available to purchase online.

Will there be entertainment?

At Twickenham Stoop we will have entertainment stages in the Kings Bar in the East Stand and in the South Village. With a number of Hockey activities pre-match located in the end zones, face painting, music and much more, there is more to your day out than just the matches.

Will the Great Britain team be signing autographs?

After each match (2nd match in double headers), the Great Britain team will be stopping pitch side to engage with fans, so a perfect opportunity for you to get an autograph or a selfie.

Will there be catering onsite?

Yes there will be, we will have a fantastic range of hot and cold food and drinks on offer, including old favourites such as burgers, hot dogs and beers, along with a new and more diverse food and drink offering on some sessions.

Will there be a facility for young children?

Yes – England hockey events are family friendly and will have ample buggy drop and baby-changing facilities onsite. Our cheeky Mascots’ Jasper and Jess will be about so make sure you say hello and get a selfie.

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 128 matches on their networks.

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