The Canadian Men’s National Team (MNT) trains and headquarters in Vancouver, British Columbia and is led by head coach Pasha Gademan and assistant coach Andre Henning. They are currently ranked 10th in the world by the International Hockey Federation (FIH). They are commonly referred to as the Red Caribou.
The men’s team made its first Olympic appearance at the 1946 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, and has participated in eight Olympic Games, six World Cups, 14 Pan American Games and six Pan American Cups. Recently, the team won a silver medal at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru and booked its ticket to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics following a two-legged qualifier against Ireland. Captained by Scott Tupper, the men are now looking to improve on their results from Rio 2016 and strive for podium contention.
Field Hockey Canada is grateful for the support of the Government of Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee as well as our valued sponsors and donors. Our national team programs are funded through the Government of Canada, with identified national team athletes fortunate enough to receive APP Athlete Carding from Sport Canada. Our coaching positions are funded in part by Sport Canada.