Get Ready to Cheer on Team GB at the FIH Hockey Olympic Qualifiers



International hockey returns to London between 2-3 November! Great Britain hope to secure their spots at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. With four games being played across two days of high octane, high stakes action at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, make sure you are part of #ThePride to support the teams on their #RoadToTokyo.

You’ll get the chance to watch GB’s women try to book their place at next year’s games as they try to defend the Olympic gold they famously won in front of 10 million watching supporters four years ago. Some of the members of the team who played that evening are set to be in action once again as they play Chile in a two-legged affair on Saturday 2 November and Sunday 3 November.

Tickets are for the day so you will also be able to watch Great Britain’s men in action. They be attempting to build on their impressive fourth-placed finish in this year’s FIH Pro League. They will face Malaysia on Saturday 2 November and 15:00 on Sunday 3 November and with plenty of attacking stars in both teams, you can expect to see plenty of goals and fantastic play.

This event promises to be a perfect day out with friends and family. As well as being able to watch two games each day, there will be opportunities to have autographs with the international stars, play on the pitch itself, experience the Fanzone activities and select from a range of food and drink options.

With 5,000 seats at Lee Valley Hockey Centre, you’re never far away from the action and drama. There are four categories of ticket, with prices starting from just £5 for under 18s, £13.50 for 18-25s and £17.50 for adults.

Tickets are on sale now, so make sure you secure your seat at what promises to be another epic weekend of hockey action!

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