The Indian state of Odisha will host the 2023 FIH Men's Hockey World Cup. The games will take place at Birsa Munda International Hockey Stadium in Rourkela and Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar. The Birsa Munda International Hockey Arena has the capacity to host 20,000 people, making it the biggest all-seater field hockey stadium in the globe.
The matches will be livestreamed on Disney+Hotstar and can be watched on Star Sports on TV at the scheduled times of 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm, and 7:00 pm, Indian Standard Time (IST).
The 2023 Men's Hockey World Cup schedule is listed below. However, this timetable is subject to change by the FIH because it depends on when the pool matches, cross-overs, and quarterfinals are finished. At midnight (GMT) on the final day of qualifying, the world ranking will be determined using the FIH World Ranking.
|Match Day||Match Date||Match Time (Local)||Match Between|
|Friday||13th January 2023||13:00||Argentina v/s South Africa|
|Friday||13th January 2023||15:00||Australia v/s France|
|Friday||13th January 2023||17:00||England v/s Wales|
|Friday||13th January 2023||19:00||India v/s Spain|
|Saturday||14th January 2023||13:00||New Zealand v/s Chile|
|Saturday||14th January 2023||15:00||Netherlands v/s Malaysia|
|Saturday||14th January 2023||17:00||Belgium v/s Korea|
|Saturday||14th January 2023||19:00||Germany v/s Japan|
|Sunday||15th January 2023||17:00||Spain v/s Wales|
|Sunday||15th January 2023||19:00||England v/s India|
|Monday||16th January 2023||13:00||Malaysia v/s Chile|
|Monday||16th January 2023||15:00||New Zealand v/s Netherlands|
|Monday||16th January 2023||17:00||France v/s South Africa|
|Monday||16th January 2023||19:00||Argentina v/s Australia|
|Tuesday||17th January 2023||17:00||Korea v/s Japan|
|Tuesday||17th January 2023||19:00||Germany v/s Belgium|
|Thursday||19th January 2023||13:00||Malaysia v/s New Zealand|
|Thursday||19th January 2023||15:00||Netherlands v/s Chile|
|Thursday||19th January 2023||17:00||Spain v/s England|
|Thursday||19th January 2023||19:00||India v/s Wales|
|Friday||20th January 2023||13:00||Australia v/s South Africa|
|Friday||20th January 2023||15:00||France v/s Argentina|
|Friday||20th January 2023||17:00||Belgium v/s Japan|
|Friday||20th January 2023||19:00||Korea v/s Germany|
|Sunday||22nd January 2023||16:30||2nd Pool C v/s 3rd Pool D|
|Sunday||22nd January 2023||19:00||2nd Pool D v/s 3rd Pool C|
|Monday||23rd January 2023||16:30||2nd Pool A v/s 3rd Pool B|
|Monday||23rd January 2023||19:00||2nd Pool B v/s 3rd Pool A|
|Tuesday||24th January 2023||16:30||1st Pool A v/s Winner 25|
|Tuesday||24th January 2023||19:00||1st Pool B v/s Winner 26|
|Wednesday||25th January 2023||16:30||1st Pool C v/s Winner 27|
|Wednesday||25th January 2023||19:00||1st Pool D v/s Winner 28|
|Thursday||26th January 2023||11:30||4th Pool A v/s Loser 25|
|Thursday||26th January 2023||14:00||4th Pool B v/s Loser 26|
|Thursday||26th January 2023||16:30||4th Pool C v/s Loser 27|
|Thursday||26th January 2023||19:00||4th Pool D v/s Loser 28|
|Friday||27th January 2023||16:30||Winner 29 v/s Winner 32|
|Friday||27th January 2023||19:00||Winner 30 v/s Winner 31|
|Saturday||28th January 2023||11:30||Loser 33 v/s Loser 34|
|Saturday||28th January 2023||14:00||Loser 33 v/s Loser 34|
|Saturday||28th January 2023||16:30||Winner 33 v/s Winner 34|
|Saturday||28th January 2023||19:00||Winner 33 v/s Winner 34|
|Sunday||29th January 2023||16:30||Loser 37 v/s Loser 38|
|Sunday||29th January 2023||19:00||Winner 37 v/s Winner 38|
Men's Hockey World Cup 2023: Teams & Pools The 16 teams competing in the World Cup event are Australia, Argentina, Belgium, France, England, Chile, India, Japan, Germany, Korea, Netherlands, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand, Spain, and Wales. The first matches will take place within the pools, and the teams who win the most matches will progress to the next round. Below is the pool set of the
Below is the pool set of the tournament matches:
Pool A: Argentina, France, Australia, South Africa
Pool B: Germany, Belgium, Korea, Japan
Pool C: Chile, Malaysia, New Zealand, Netherlands
Pool D: India, England, Wales, Spain
Q: Who won men's Hockey World Cup 2023?
Ans: Germany beat Belgium 5-4 in the penalty shootout to win the FIH Men's Hockey World Cup 2023 at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, India on Sunday. The scores were level at the end of regulation time at 3-3 with Florent Van Aubel (10'), Tanguy Cosyns (11') and Tom Boon (59') getting on the scoresheet for Belgium.
Q: Is India out of Hockey World Cup 2023?
Ans: The hosts India crashed out of the Hockey World Cup 2023 after losing to New Zealand in a sudden death 4-5 at Kalinga Stadium on Sunday.
Q: What is the score of India in Hockey World Cup 2023?
Ans: What is the score of India in Hockey World Cup 2023? Men's FIH Hockey World Cup 2023: India beat South Africa 5-2 to finish ninth. Indian captain Harmanpreet Singh, Abhishek, Shamsher Singh, Akashdeep Singh and Sukhjeet Singh scored the goals for India.
Q: Which state of India will host the Hockey World Cup 2023?
Ans: The FIH Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup of 2023 is being hosted by India in Rourkela, Odisha.
Q: When did India win World Cup hockey?
Ans: India have only ever won the Hockey World Cup once. At the 1975 Men's Hockey World Cup held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the Indian hockey team beat arch-rivals Pakistan to lift the trophy for the first time
Q: How many players in hockey?
Ans: How many players in hockey? In hockey, each team has 11 players, including 10 field players and one goalkeeper. There are five substitutes on the bench and there is no limit to the number of times a player is allowed to be substituted. This is commonly known as rolling substitution.
Q: Where is hockey popular?
Ans: Ice hockey is immensely popular in Canada, where it is the national winter sport and arguably the country's most popular game. Hockey is also popular in the United States and in European countries such as Russia, Sweden, and Finland. More than a million registered athletes play regularly in leagues worldwide.
Q: Where is hockey invented?
Ans: The roots of hockey are buried deep in antiquity. Historical records show that a crude form of the game was played in Egypt 4,000 years ago and in Ethiopia around 1,000BC, whilst an ancient form of the game was also played in Iran in around 2,000BC.
Q: What is the oldest sport?
Ans: Wrestling is regarded the oldest sports in the world and we have proof. The famous cave paintings in Lascaux, France, dating back to 15,300 years ago, depict wrestlers. So we can safely say, wrestling one the more popular sports of that time.
Q: What is the oldest game in India?
Ans: Considered one of the most ancient and oldest sports in the world, wrestling in India has a glorious past. The sport of wrestling began its journey in India several centuries ago, during the Middle Ages.
Q: How old is kabaddi?
Ans: There are also accounts of Gautam Buddha having played the game recreationally. There is another version to this sport origins and rich history, kabaddi originated in Tamil Nadu over 4,000 years ago.
Q: What is the newest sport?
Ans: Breaking is the brand new sport debuting at the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.03-Jan-2023.
Q: What is the number 1 hardest sport?
Ans: Chosen by ESPN as the hardest sport in the world—and routinely landing on the top 10 lists of the toughest sports in the world by other prominent rankings—boxing is universally recognized as a crazy-hard sport. It requires a ton of physical fitness, agility, speed, cardiovascular fitness, and skill.