About EHF

The European Hockey Federation (EHF) is the governing body of the sport of hockey in Europe and is composed of the National Associations of European nations that govern hockey in their countries. The EHF exists within the framework of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) and as such, its objective is to promote, control, defend and develop hockey at all levels (indoor & outdoor, men & women, senior & junior) throughout the continent of Europe.

The EHF and its member National Associations and their affiliated clubs support and maintain the ideals and objectives of the Olympic movement. The EHF is governed by an Executive Board of elected members and is professionally administered from an office in Brussels, Belgium.

With the aim of developing club hockey at an international level, the European Hockey Federation, in co-operation with Dutch sports marketing and media agency PRO SPORT, introduced the Euro Hockey League, the exciting new format that replaced the men’s European Cup competition at the start of the 2007/08 season. For more information, please refer to the company website:  www.eurohockey.org