PAHF News

  • Level 3 Coaching Course - Lima

    Level 3 Coaching Course - Lima (Peru), 7-11 August 2019    

    FIH Hockey Academy in partnership with PAHF

    We invite all National Associations (NA) and Continental Federations (CF) to propose their Coaches to this course, to be run during the Pan American Games. Successful candidates may get an FIH Academy Level 3 Coach certificate. Excellent candidates may get also a Recommendation to FIH Academy High Performance Coaching course More

  • Carlos Neuhaus,  Executive Director of Lima 2019, and Gianni Delucchi, President Federación Deportiva Peruana de Hockey

    A new era: Lima 2019 officially delivers to the Peruvian Hockey Federation the new pitch for the Pan American Games  

    In the most important milestone in the history of Peruvian hockey, the Organizing Committee of Lima 2019 delivered this morning to the Peruvian Hockey Federation the two official courts of this sport, where the matches of the Pan American Games will take place. More

  • FIH Pro League action

    Argentina women head PAHF’s Pro League challenge    x 4

    The aim of the inaugural FIH Hockey Pro League was to create an exciting home and away global league that would introduce hockey to new fans and create an exciting live sports event at venues around the world. And in so many ways the new league has delivered. More

  • Big Apple International Indoor Championship 2019 - USA National Team - women winners

    Big Apple International Indoor Championship 2019  

    OKD Field Hockey Club (CAN), USA Women and University of Maryland reign Champions!

    The Big Apple International Indoor Championship took place at the WC Eagles Training Center in Pennsylvania, and was run on March 2nd-3rd. Tournament Director, Nigel Traverso, started this showcasing event in order to bring together men and women teams from all over North America – even internationally. More

  • Para-Hockey

    ParaHockey takes centre stage  

    If ParaHockey were to be included in the 2024 Paralympic Games, then Silvina Forrester’s dreams will have come true. It will mean that the work of people like Silvina – who understand the huge importance that sports like hockey have in promoting healthier, happier lives for those living with disabilities – has been recognised and rewarded. More

  • Guyana Hockey Board

    PAHF makes donation of hockey equipment to Guyana  

    The Guyana Hockey Board has benefitted from a donation of hockey equipment consisting of 400 sticks and 165 balls from the Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF). More

  • Andy Adrians (right) in action vs. Argentina at the 2017 Pan American Cup in Lancaster

    Hope and new horizons for hockey exiles  x 3  

    Andy Adrians quit his career in the police force to concentrate full-time on hockey, as both captain of the national men’s hockey team and as a development worker for the sport. This is not an unusual situation in some countries. But this was no simple or safe situation because Andy’s team and country is Venezuela, the South American country currently turn apart by politics. More

  • Changing ways in Colombia

    Changing ways in Colombia    

    The hockey players who hit the headlines are those playing in their national colors, scoring amazing goals, saving shots, making do-or-die tackles and generally showing an incredible level of skill and athleticism. But equally heroic hockey people are to be found doing their bit for the sport in a totally different sphere of performance. Hockey as a catalyst for change is an aspect of our sport that is often done outside of the spotlight but can be as impactful as a World Cup medal or an Olympic gold. More

  • Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF)

    PAHF announces dates and hosts for upcoming competitions  

    The Pan American Hockey Federation has announced the dates and hosts for its upcoming competitions (2020-2021). More

  • 2019 Indoor WC - Canada

    Indoor hockey – a sport for all ages    

    The Masters Indoor World Cup is taking place in Hong Kong in mid-February (14-17 February). The event is another demonstration of the life-long appeal that hockey holds for so many participants. More than 25 teams from nine countries will be taking part across three age groups (40+, 45+ and 50+) for both male and female teams. More