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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EHF Institute Transnational Meeting 5: Paris
10th March 2022: The first in-person partner meeting of 2022 was held in Paris this past week. The EHF Institute's mission is to deliver...
EHF Development Committee Report (March 2022)
10th March 2022, Brussels, Belgium: The first in-person EHF Development Committee meeting since 2020 was emotional to meet and see old and new faces...
#FridayFocus – The Czech Women’s team Olympic Dream
18th February 2022, Brussels, Belgium: The EHF is delighted that hockey has been included in the 7 Olympic sports that the Czech National Sports...
EuroHockey Clubs of the Year 2021
27th January 2021, Brussels, Belgium: The 2021 EuroHockey Club of the Year awards focused on community, volunteers and building back stronger from...
EHF Facility expert group meets
Brussels, 8th November 2021: The first meeting of the new expert group met to agree on the strategic priorities for facilities in Europe, these were...
#FridayFocus Hockey Magic!
Brussels, 5th November 2021 Tomislav Jamicic and Dick Besters have spent years educating, inspiring, and enthusing EHF member National Associations...
EHF Institute Transnational meeting with the EHF Coaching Committee
Brussels, 3rd November 2021 The first in-person partner meeting was held in Amsterdam in October after a series of online meetings during the Covid...
EHF Institute opens nomination period for umpiring programmes
The EHF INSTITUTE has opened nominations for Umpiring programmes for all programmes starting in 2022. Only the responsible person from the EHF...
#FridayFocus – Swiss Solidarity
Swiss Hockey started a plan last year to increase its number of players by at least 30% in the next 4 years. Hockey is currently an emerging sport...
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