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WorldHockey Monthly

The 26-minute programme is distributed free-of-charge directly from FIH to a wide selection of global broadcasters every four weeks. 

The programme showcases hockey with a range of topics including highlights of major tournaments; the Sahara WorldHockey Team Rankings, news from hockey competitions around the globe, and profiles of some of hockey's international stars.

Hockey supporters can now also watch the programme over the Internet on www.worldhockey.tv. WorldHockey Monthly will be programmed, as part of the daily TV schedule (four times a day) and will also available on demand.

* To view Episode 1 click here
* To view Episode 2 click here
* To view Episode 3 click here
* To view Episode 4 click here
* To view Episode 5 click here
* To view Episode 6 click here
* To view Episode 7 click here
* To view Episode 8 click here
* To view Episode 9 click here
* To view Episode 10 click here
* To view Episode 11 click here
* To view Episode 12 click here
* To view Episode 13 click here
* To view Episode 14 click here
* To view Episode 15 click here

Episode 15
The 15th episode of WorldHockey Monthly was distributed to broadcasters at the end of last week and will be screened around the world during the next month.

This month’s episode features a preview of the men’s BDO Hockey World Cup and an interview with German coach Bernhard Peters and a look at the new stadium in Monchengladbach.

As well, we profile NZ’s Suzie Muirhead and Blair Hopping and have a story on the importance of video analysis in the modern era.

The programme is currently shown in more than 50 countries around the world and can be seen on www.worldhockey.tv free of charge in the coming days.

Episode 15 Highlights
News from Around the World featuring reports from the Netherlands domestic league finals, the USOC’s recognition of the USA women’s team and information of WorldHockey Youth Festival activities
Feature – Men’s World Cup Preview with German coach Bernhard Peters
Feature – Suzie Muirhead, NZ women’s captain who retired after the World Cup Qualifier in Rome
Feature – Video Analysis, shows use and importance in the modern era of video technology in planning team tactics
Sahara World Rankings – Men and Women
Feature – Blair Hopping, Member of the NZ men’s team
Before we go – shows WorldHockey calendar for 2006

Broadcast Schedule for WorldHockey Monthly – Episode 15

Broadcaster

Countries

Scheduling

Africa/Middle East

 

 

Fox

Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Palestine, Nigeria and Ghana

Dubai local time (GMT +4)

MNet Supersports

South Africa, Botswana, Cameroon, Ghana, Mozambique, Nambia, Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe

South Africa local time (GMT +2)

Ten Sports

Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Afghanistan

UAE local time (GMT +4)

Americas

 

 

ESPN Sur, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Brazil, ESPNi

Throughout South America

Buenos Aires local time (GMT -3)

Asia

 

 

CBNC Asia

Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Middle East, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand

Sun 23 Jul – 15:30
Hong Kong local time (GMT +8)

Ten Sports

India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan and Bangladesh

UAE local time (GMT +4)

Astro

Malaysia

Malaysia local time (GMT +8)

Oceania

 

 

Fox Sports

Australia

Fri 21 Jul – 13:20
Sat 22 Jul – 23:30
Australian Eastern Standard Time (GMT +10)

SKY

New Zealand

Auckland local time (GMT +12)

 

Please note that all times listed are local unless otherwise specified. Please check with broadcast schedules in your region

 


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