About EHF Development

GOAL

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.

EXPECTATION

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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EHF Solidarity

European Institute for Hockey

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Youth Leadership

The dynamic shift in delivering education as a pillar of Development

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Development Committee Meets

EHF VP Carola Meyer and Committee Chair Peter Elders welcomed the members from all over Europe to...

EHF Coaching Committee meets

A fully packed Agenda was presented to the EHF Coaching Committee last Friday when they met via...

#FridayFocus: 70 coaches and 2 world-renowned sporting leaders

(l-r) Bob Browaeys, Technical Director Flemish Football Association & FIFA Instructor and Stuart Lancaster, Senior Coach Leinster Rugby, Former England Rugby Head Coach

#MondayMotivation – European Institute for Hockey (EIH) is launched.

Marijke Fleuren, President of the European Hockey Federation said: "From the start of my tenure in...
RULE THE GAME

RULE THE GAME

Coen van Bunge & Bernardo FernandesWhat is like to umpire the Olympic Finals? How and why does the coach and umpire relationship matter? Join...

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EHF & KNHB Twinning Program

EHF & KNHB Twinning Program

In cooperation with the KNHB the EHF is happy to announce the participants in the new Twinning Programme starting this year! 12 Clubs from the...

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