In The News

  • Santiago Tarazona (Argentina)

    Young lion is putting on the style

    Santiago Tarazona is an up and coming star with the Argentina men’s hockey team, as well as a budding entrepreneur in the fashion industry, with his own line of sportswear about to be launched. More

  • PAHF projects Central to American development

    PAHF projects Central to American development

    One of the main focus areas for the Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) – as it has been for the past 10 years – is to get more Central American countries playing hockey. Guatemala led the way, but now countries such as Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua are all getting on board. More

  • Rohan Chopra and Brandon Pereira (Canada)

    Keeping it in the family

    Family and tradition have played a huge part in many a young hockey player’s choices as they have grown up and pursued a future within the sport. Nowhere is this more true than in the lives of two young Canadian stars – Brandon Pereira and Rohan Chopra. More

  • Jamie Wallace (Canada), Christian DeAngelis (USA)

    Tournament time in Toronto

    With the men’s Junior Pan American Championship looming large in the eyes of the players and coaching staff of the eight teams participating, we hear from some of the people lined up to become sporting stars. More

  • Junior Women's Pan American Championship - The FINALS  

    The final day brought the hottest temperatures of the tournament prompting the officials to use a water break at the halfway point of each half. Argentina defeated USA 6-0 in the final to claim gold, Chile defeated Canada 3-0 to claim bronze, Uruguay defeated hosts Trinidad & Tobago 9-1 to place 5th and Mexico needed a shootout to defeat Barbados 1-1 (4-3) to claim 7th place. More

  • Junior Premier Outdoor League

    JPOL (USA) is set to kick-off with over 50 Clubs in 6 Regions!

    The Junior Premier Outdoor League (JPOL) runs under the umbrella of Junior Premier Hockey (JPH) that was created by Nigel Traverso and Rachael Bloemker in 2011. Its objective is to run organized, competitive outdoor leagues in each region whereby Youth Clubs and their membership have the opportunity to compete against each other on aregular basis. More

  • Junior Pan American Championship (W) - Day 5

    A sunny morning with a nice Caribbean breeze blowing across the ground greeted the teams for the start of the penultimate round of the tournament. More

  • Junior Pan American Championship (W) - Day 4

    A sunny morning with a nice Caribbean breeze blowing across the ground greeted the teams for the start of the knockout phase of the tournament. More

  • Quarter Finals are around the corner

    Pool play has ended, dust has settled and the quarterfinal opponents are now known. The results stayed true to the team rankings, even if there were a handful of surprise performances. Here is a look at Tuesday’s quarterfinal match ups in order of when the match will be played. More

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2016 Pan American Junior Championship (Women)

Local time in Tacarigua, Trinidad & Tobago is 4:31am
  1. Argentina
    1. Argentina
  2. USA
    2. USA
  3. Chile
    3. Chile
  4. Canada
    4. Canada
  5. Uruguay
    5. Uruguay
  6. Trinidad & Tobago
  7. Mexico
    7. Mexico
  8. Barbados
    8. Barbados

PAHF in Action - 2015

Coaching / Development

FUNdamental Field Hockey
FUNdamental Field Hockey
Youth development initiative
emphasizing fun physical activity

Anti-doping Education

Athlete Reference Guide to 2015 World Anti-Doping Code

International and Continental Federations

FIH (Fédération Internationale de Hockey)
African HF
Asian HF
European HF

Oceania HF