Field Hockey TV & Online Channels: Covering Hockey at its Best!

Posted by | 10 September 2013 | Uncategorized

We take a look at some of the Hockey TV channels and YouTube channels that are promoting Field Hockey around the world and increasing viewing for all Hockey Fans and new followers of Hockey.


The EHL “The best way hockey has ever been presented”

In 2007 the EHL began, now Infostrada Sports have teamed up with Euro Hockey League & Pro Sports, to continue to deliver Hockey in the best way ever. With the new EHL app, users can follow the tournament live and completely free of charge on their iOS or Android device. Hockey fans are able to watch the latest news, match details, pre-match line-ups, ratings, highlights, summaries and live matches. This is a great match with their already Live stream & EHL matches on public broadcasters Eurosport/Eurosport 2.

TV production format gives the fan a better insight into the game, audio plays an important role. EHL are continuously innovating their TV coverage. The benchmark is set even higher and will truly be: the best way hockey has ever been presented! They go even further with mini-cameras to be set up in the goals on the pitch and even on the players to create an even better experience for the fan. High Definition is their standard.

YouTube – EHL Channel has highlights, top goals, penalty corners with split screen view and more EHL action if you miss the Live feed.
Website – (EHL Online/mobile platform)
Twitter @EHLHockeyTV
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Hockey Zone is based on the East Coast of Australia, with most of its hockey action coming from the Brisbane Men’s & Women’s Senor & Junior Competitions.  With Player & Coach Interviews, Segments from Rules Guru and  Just Hockey’s Practice Zone it all adds to this free to air TV show broadcast on TV4ME, in the Seven Network portfolio, which broadcasts across Australia.  

Hockey Zone is presented every Thursday at 7:30pm, with repeats on Fridays at 3:30pm and Saturdays at 9:00am during the hockey season. You can also find all TV episodes on YouTube.

Website – Hockey Zone
Twitter – @HockeyZoneAust
YouTube – Hockey Zone

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Melville Toyota League Hockey Show, produced by Hockey WA to promote the sport in Western Australia (and Australia).  The league features WA’s top players & Australia’s Kookaburra’s and Hockeyroo members. This is a weekly Web series that is produced throughout the season and is out on Fridays.

The Melville Toyota League Show is a light hearted web series which reviews the league and more. Focusing on round reviews of both men’s and women’s competition, previewing the upcoming weekend’s round, exclusive interviews and more.

Hockey WA also has a TV show called “The Short Corner” which can be found on  Aurora TV Foxtel Ch183, This is a 10 episode TV Show televised between July – September. It is Australia’s #1 Hockey variety TV show.  The show is co-hosted by a player in the Melville Toyota League weekly and a regular co-hosts include Junior World Player of the year and Hockeyroo Anna Flanagan, Hockeyroo Ashleigh Nelson and Former Kookaburra Grant Schubert.

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YouTube – via Local Sports Online
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Twitter (Hockey WA) – @Hockey_WA
Twitter (Melville Toyota League) – @MTLeague



HockeyTV features worldwide field & indoor hockey highlights from Live match streaming to highlights of some of the world’s biggest hockey events and club hockey games.

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Twitter – @fieldhockeytv  is a German website for game summaries of Germany’s Hockey, from the Bundesliga National League to the Association League, with Game Reports and summaries of field and indoor hockey games.

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Galvanised Hockey TV is the premier producer of top quality hockey content in the UK.  As passionate hockey fans, Galvanised Hockey was set up in early 2011 to produce top quality hockey video content.

They originally stated filming at Reading Hockey Club, but since then the team has been up and down the country producing highlights and video content of the best hockey on offer. With highlights, features, competitions and commentaries.

In July 2011, Galvanised Hockey covered the inaugural London Cup, producing a highlights package for each of the international games, also made a number of trips into Europe to cover the Euro Hockey League. Without broadcast rights to the tournament’s matches, they had coverage to convey the atmosphere of the event and give a glimpse behind-the-scenes.

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YouTube – GalvanisedMedia
Twitter – @GalvanisdHockey


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