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Canadian Masters Hockey

Canada Masters Hockey is a program which encourages and enables field hockey players age thirty-five and up to continue their participation in field hockey at the highest level.

Canada Masters Hockey is a new national initiative for hockey players over the age of thirty-five.  The program, which was launched in May 2015, will see National Masters teams competing in major International events as early as the Fall of 2015.

The Canada Masters Hockey initiative supports Field Hockey Canada’s strategic objective of developing and strengthening field hockey across the country and fostering a robust Canadian hockey family.

Engaging Master level athletes, the Canada Masters Hockey program will provide field hockey players of all ages the opportunity to continue participation in the sport at an international level.

2018 Masters World Cup

Following successful participation from Canada’s Over-50 men and Over-50 women in the 2016 Masters World Cup in Australia, the focus is now on the 2018 Masters World Cup in Spain.

To express your interested in participating in future Canadian Masters Hockey competitions – including the 2018 Masters World Cup in Spain – click here.

Further information will be sent to those who express their interest when details become available.

Canada Masters Hockey Steering Committee

Ian Baggott, Chair –

Shadley Stephens, Member  –

Ali McGillivray, Member –

John McBryde, Advisor