Announcement

Women's Masters World Cups, 2022

Posted by CLFHA on Apr 29 2021 at 04:48PM PDT
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Field Hockey Canada is excited to announce plans to send national teams to the following World Masters Hockey (WMH) World Cup Tournaments:

  • Indoor Tournament (Age groups: 40+ / 45+ / 50+ / 55+)
    Virginia Beach, USA
    Feb 15-20, 2022
  • Outdoor Tournament (Age groups: 35+ / 40+)
    Nottingham, England
    August 12-21, 2022
  • Outdoor Tournament (Age groups: 45+ / 50+ / 55+ / 60+ / 65+)
    Cape Town, South Africa
    October 1-10, 2022

The upcoming tournaments represent a new cycle of national Master’s teams. All participating teams will be open for trials. If you were previously accepted to represent Canada on any of the 2020 teams, please be advised that you will need to retrial for your age group.

Field Hockey Canada’s Masters program is 100% self-funded by athletes selected for World Cup teams. Athletes will be expected to pay a team levy (approximately $2000-$3000) to cover the costs of uniforms, accommodations, some transportation and for the coaches’ cost for international airfare and accommodation. There may be additional costs for training and tournament travel before the World Cup events.

To be eligible to trial for Masters World Cup competition you must:

  • be age 35 and older
  • have paid your provincial and FHC fees
  • be a Canadian citizen or meet the residency requirements of WMH
  • hold a valid passport
  • register as a Masters player

Masters National Teams are selected to represent Canada in a World Cup, so please encourage as many people as possible to sign up to ensure that competitive squads are sent. Further details such as program policies will be shared in due course.

To register for Field Hockey Canada’s Women’s Masters Program, please follow this link: https://mastersfieldhockey.ca/masters-hockey-registration/
For those who are already registered, please also feel free to follow the link and complete the form to ensure your information and preferences are up to date.

While the World Masters Hockey and the host nations are excited to announce these dates, the health and safety of all athletes is paramount. Field Hockey Canada and WMH will continue to monitor the impact of the pandemic and make appropriate changes.

For more information about the Masters Program, please visit: https://mastersfieldhockey.ca/

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