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Hockey World Cup Limited Edition Adidas hoodie competition winners announced

May 8, 2017

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced 18 hockey winners of its exclusive Hockey World Cup Limited Edition Adidas hoodie competition.

Thousands of fans from across the world entered the draw by pre-registering for tickets for the 2018 Hockey World Cups through the official Hockey World Cup website. The winners randomly selected are as follows:

Hockey Women's World Cup London 2018 Hoodies
Camila Dominguez (Argentina)
Sheonagh Friend (Great Britain)
Brian Caruth (Ireland)
Kevin  Harris (Great Britain)
Nyree Hanna (New Zealand)
Ben Bradley (Great Britain)
Meg Howard (Great Britain)
Ronald  Cijs  (Netherlands)
Zelma Bone (Australia)

Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 Hoodies
Shubham Shendre (India)
Srinivasan Varahoor (USA)
Logan Gill (New Zealand)
David Johnston (Australia)
Ashman Arif (Malaysia)
Savio Tellis (India)
Tejpal Virk (Canada)
Jagwant Singh Mann (Great Britain)
William Maes (Belgium)

These hoodies are now being exclusively produced for each winner, displaying the official 2018 Hockey World Cup logos for the first time on any commercial merchandise.

Over the duration of the hoodie competition FIH collected almost 3,000 contacts from fans who indicated they were interested in receiving news and ticketing information about the 2018 Hockey World Cups.

With a public ticket ballot launching for the Hockey Women's World Cup London 2018 in August, followed by general public sale later in the year, plus news about the Odisha Men's Hockey World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 coming soon, fans who have not already signed up for ticket pre-registration should do so now by clicking here. Don't miss out on the two biggest events in hockey's international calendar.

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