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.
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.
To learn more about player selection and yearly scheduling of Masters Hockey activities, please read the Steering Committee’s 2018 Update.
Click HERE to register as a masters player in Canada.
Field Hockey Canada is pleased to announce that Canada will submitting both men’s and women’s teams to the masters and grandmasters world cups, slated for 2020. Final locations and dates have yet to be confirmed. At this point, both programs are seeking expressions of interest from prospective players from coast to coast. Please sign up via the registration from above to express your interest in being a part of the Canadian Masters programs.
The masters programs are also seeking volunteer coaches to help lead and develop the programs over the next year. More information will become available soon.
Field Hockey Canada is sending three teams to the Masters Hockey Indoor World Cup. Canada is submitting a team in the women’s 045 division and a men’s team in the o45 and o50 divisions. Click to view the team rosters and tournament previews. MEN’S ROSTER ANNOUNCEMENT | WOMEN’S ROSTER ANNOUNCEMENT | RECAPS AND REFLECTIONS
Ian Baggott, Chair – firstname.lastname@example.org
Shadley Stephens, Member – email@example.com
Ali McGillivray, Member – firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Banham, Member – email@example.com
Don Paterson, Member – firstname.lastname@example.org
John McBryde, Advisor
Kevin Underhill, FHC Staff
Canada sent four teams to the masters/grandmasters World Cups in Spain last summer. It was a great experience for all. Now the programs shift their aims to the 2020 World Cups.