Criteria for Field Hockey Canada Hall of Fame Nominations
GENERAL CRITERIA – ALL CATEGORIES
- Must be a Canadian citizen or have lived in Canada for over 25 years.
- Must demonstrate exemplary values and personal characteristics
- Must have made a defining contribution to the sport of field hockey and/or indoor hockey in Canada
- Through dedicated efforts and expertise over a period of at least five years raised the Canadian team performance significantly in international competition
- Recognized as a leader in the sport of field hockey both internationally and domestically
- Provided leadership to the development of high performance coaches in Canada over a period of at least four years
- Coached Canadian teams in the Olympic Games, World Cups, Pan Am Games, Commonwealth Games or other high level competitions
- Retired from playing at the international level for at least five years
- Attained a significant record of achievement on the field of play while playing for Canada
- Brought honour and recognition to Canada both on and off the field of play
- Played for Canada in the Olympic Games, the World Cup, Pan Am Games, Commonwealth Games or other high level international competition
- Recognized for expertise as an outstanding umpire or technical official at the international level for a period of more than five years
- Been appointed as an official for at least 75 international matches including the Olympic Games, World
- Cups, Pan Am Games, Commonwealth Games or other high level competitions
- Provided strong leadership to the development of top level international officials in Canada over a period of at least four years
- Contributed significantly and extraordinarily to the growth and development of Canadian field hockey over at least a 10 year period
- A Builder may be active or inactive to be considered and will be evaluated on contributions and impact.
- An individual outside of the field of play who has contributed directly and significantly over a period of at least 10 years to Canadian field hockey – either to athletes. Coaches, officials, administrators, FHC etc.