About EHF Development


The EHF promotes and provides the sharing of knowledge to develop hockey. This is established by enhancing opportunities for all EHF Member National Associations. The EHF works closely with all Members to create successful inspiring learning environments. Programmes are sustainable to ensure access to the correct levels of provisions needed to facilitate growth and good governance.


Every National Association is responsible for its own development. The EHF in turn will support and facilitate this by offering a worldwide network of experts and provide solidarity funding into development and educational programmes that enhance the strategies of National Associations.

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Youth Leadership

Hungarian Student Olympics puts hockey centre stage

235 registered young players; 63 teams; 7 age groups; 112 matches and 432 goals! The 2023 Student...

EuroHockey Solidarity Grant supports continue into 2024

The application process for EuroHockey Solidarity Grants will now see member national associations...

EuroHockey Institute partners focus in on August project launch

The EuroHockey Institute project partners met in Copenhagen recently with a focus on the public...

Hockey-led Aspiring and Inspiring Youth Leaders project meets in Brussels

The Aspiring and Inspiring Youth Leaders (AIYL) project participants met in Brussels for the fifth...

Bulgarian pilot project bringing “magic of the stick” to new audience

The Bulgarian Hockey Federation are hugely encouraged the pilot Hockey2School project at the...
Development Intent 

Development Intent 

The EHF development committee met in Brussels on 23rd March 2023, at the head office. Chaired by Peter Elders and Marcos Hofmann. They were joined...

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Save the date!

Save the date!

From applicant to presenter!  In 2018 the EHF applied for our first Erasmus+ Sport programme and that project started in 2019. Now in 2023, we have...

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