FIH Pro League London


FIH Pro League in London ~ Saturday 1 to Wednesday 12 June 2024

🏑 Great Britain are joined by some of the world’s best hockey teams as the FIH Pro League returns to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.


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A feast of international hockey action awaits with eight individual days of world-class action at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre between Saturday 1 June to Wednesday 12 June.  FIH Pro League London tickets are on sale, see below for the latest information. 

It’s the final opportunity to see GB prior to Paris 2024 Olympic Games as Great Britain’s hockey teams take on the best in the world at the FIH Hockey Pro League, presented by Vitality.  Every day now has double the value with 4 matches including a GB double-header against Australia to look forward to.

GB Men’s ended their FIH Pro League 2022/23 campaign with back-to-back 2-3 defeats against world champions Germany and Spain respectively at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.  However, a great campaign overall saw GB finish the season in second place behind world number one side the Netherlands.  

GB Women edged past the USA 2-1 in their last match of the FIH Pro League season. They ended their 2022/2023 campaign in sixth place to reflect their current world ranking. 

Joining Great Britain for the 2023/2024 matches in London are teams from India, Ireland, USA, China, Spain, Germany and Australia.  The first round of matches commence on Saturday 1 June which includes Great Briton’s men against their Irish counterparts followed by a match between Great Briton’s women against USA.  The final double-header is on Wednesday 12 June when Great Briton’s men and women take on Australia in an eagerly anticipated double-header.   

It’s the fifth season the FIH Pro League (for an introduction see below) has visited London as part of its annual global tournament where the best women’s and men’s teams in the world go head-to-head.  The tournament is a crucial part of preparations for the Paris 2024 Olympics later this summer.

FIH Pro League London


🎟️ Tickets are off sale.  

🕑 FIH Pro League London match schedule as follows:-

All matches are at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.

🏑 Saturday 1 June – GER v IND (m), GBR v IRE (m), GBR v USA (w) & GER v IND (w).  First match at 10am. 

🏑 Sunday 2 June – GER v IRE (m), GBR v IND (m), GBR v IND (w) & GER v USA (w).  First match at 10am.

🏑 Wednesday 5 June – GBR v CHN (w), GBR v ESP (m), GER v USA (w) & GER v IRE (m).  First match at 11am.

🏑 Thursday 6 June – IGER v CHN (w) & GER v ESP (m), GBR v USA (w) & GBR v IRE (m).  First match at 12.30pm.

🏑 Saturday 8 June – GER v IND (w), GBR v AUS (w), GBR v AUS (m) & GER v IND (m).  First match at 10am.

 🏑 Sunday 9 June – GER v AUS (w), GBR v IND (w), GBR v IND (m), GER v AUS (m).  First match at 10am.   

🏑 Tuesday 11 June – GBR v ESP (m), GBR v CHN (w), GER v AUS (m) & GER v AUS (w).  First match at 11am.

🏑 Wednesday 12 June – GER v ESP (m) & GER v CHN (w), GBR v AUS (m&w).  First match at 12pm.

🚊🚗 Travel tips: Public transport is recommended for visiting the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.  There is no parking onsite for spectators.  The venue is accessible by train, tube, bus, bike and taxi.  See this guide to visiting the centre for full details.


🏑 The FIH Pro League is global hockey competition which started in 2019 run by the international governing body of hockey.  Two leagues, one men’s and one women’s, each comprising some of the world’s best hockey nations, battle it out for glory. 

During the 2023-2024 season matches take place round the world from December 2023 through to the end of June 2024 featuring action-packed, international rivalries at their fiercest and hockey of the highest calibre.

The Men’s teams for 2023/2024 are:- Great Britain, India, Germany, Spain, Argentina, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands and Australia.  

The Women’s teams for 2023/2024 are:- Great Britain, Argentina, Netherlands, Belgium, India, Germany, Australia, China and the United States.

Teams earn the traditional three points for winning a match in normal time.  Each team will be given a point for a drawn match at full time.  Followed by a shootout with a point to the winning side.

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