Facility Guidance Resources
The FIH is responsible for helping to maintain and ensure that the quality of pitches and the safety standard of equipment remains at the highest level worldwide. On top of the FIH Quality Programme for Hockey Turf, below are the other key areas that encompass the FIH Facilities department.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Hockey5s is an official short-form version of Hockey. It is played by five players per side either on a court that can either temporarily placed on an existing full size field or built especially for the game. If you are thinking of building a Hockey5s court our facilities guide will tell you all you need to know.
FIH Hockey Turf and Field Standards
A new hockey field is a major investment therefore it is important that it meets the expectations of hockey players, associations and clubs. To help ensure good quality fields are built for all levels of play, from elite level competition to community development, the FIH has developed its internationally recognised quality-assurance programme - the FIH Quality Programme for Hockey Turf. The programme provides consistent and dependable industry standards and ensures the appropriate quality of performance for the intended level of play - whether it is community development, international competition, or anything in between. The technical requirements of the programme are detailed in the FIH Hockey Turf and Field Standards, which are published in four parts:
Part 1 – Introduction & General Guidance
Part 2 – Requirements for Hockey Turf Products
Part 3 – Requirements for Hockey Fields
Part 4 - Requirements for Hockey 5s Courts
Field and Venue Specifications
Field and Venue specifications for our events and Olympic games can be assessed via Event Resources page.