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Super 6s Finals Day at the Copper Box Arena

🏑 Strap yourselves in for hockey but not as you’ve known it as the best men’s and women’s national indoor sides battle it to be champions at Super 6s Finals Day.

Congratulations to East Grinstead and Wimbledon who won the women’s and men’s titles respectively at the 2022 Super 6s Finals Day.  East Grinstead’s women securing their passage to indoor European competition when beating Repton 4-3 in a gripping final, while Wimbledon won their first men’s Super 6s title hammering East Grinstead 11-1 in their final.  See below for the latest 2023 ticket news.  And for spectator events coming up in London – including the FIH Pro League internationals at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in May/June – visit our What’s On page now!

A showpiece indoor event on the calendar Super 6s Finals Day return for a fourth year to the ‘Box that Rocks‘ in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.  The tournament action starts at 10.30am with matches throughout the day.

The Super 6s championship is the premier competition for indoor hockey in England.  Only the top four teams from the men’s and women’s Premier Divisions qualify for today’s finals action and the climax of the indoor season where non-stop action is guaranteed.

In the women’s tournament Buckingham are the defending champions from 2020 beating Bowden 4-3 in the final.  Surbiton are the defending 2020 champions in the men’s tournament after their 3-2 win over Holcombe.

Today a total of eight teams will feature in the semi-finals to decide the final 4 sides to compete in the finals, meaning fans are treated to a no less than six matches (full schedule below) to decide who lifts the trophies on an action-packed day.  

Defending men’s champions Surbiton and women’s title holders Buckingham will both be in action, as will East Grinstead as they hope to add to their incredible record of indoor championships in both competitions.  

Repton’s women will make history as they contest their first ever Super 6s Finals Day, while Slough secured the last place in the women’s semi-finals and will be hoping to emulate their superb title win of 2017.  In the men’s event, Wimbledon and Hampstead & Westminster will face off in an all-London semi-final, with both teams keen to claim their first indoor triumph.

With its combination of hockey, great atmosphere, live entertainment and lots of food and drink kiosks around the venue a great social sporting day out awaits.

🎟️ Tickets for the Super 6s Finals Day in 2023 are expected to go on sale later this year.  Subscribe to our newsletter here for the latest news on when tickets are released.

🗝️ Doors open at 9.45am. 

🕒 Matches start at 10.30am.

🏑 Full schedule of matches* 

10.30am: Women’s Semi-Final 1 – Qualifier 1 v Qualifier 4
11.45am: Women’s Semi-Final 2 – Qualifier 2 v Qualifier 3
1pm: Men’s Semi-Final 1 – Qualifier 1 v Qualifier 4
2.15pm: Men’s Semi-Final 2 – Qualifier 2 v Qualifier 3
3.30pm: Women’s Final
4.45pm: Men’s Final

* Note: timings are subject to change on the day in the event of a shootout.

🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Public transport is recommended when visiting the Copper Box Arena.  Hackney Wick overground and Stratford tube station are approximately a 10-minute walk from the venue.  Stratford International station (accessible from London St Pancras) is about a 15-minute walk.  Very limited parking is available on site although parking is available at nearby Westfield Shopping Centre.  For more information see this ‘How To Find Us’ page.

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