Academic Research Grant
This grant is for anyone working on, or already holding, a degree, whose subject involves analysing European hockey from a variety of academic disciplines. Completed research is shared with the 42 EuroHockey member National Associations and is used for growth and development purposes. Joint applications between member of different National Associations or members and European universities are permitted, with a view to fostering collaboration across the entire continent.
Type of development
Estimated Hours of Learning
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it last
How many applicants
2 per year
How much is it
Projects can receive funding via EuroHockey Solidarity up to 2,000 per project.
English with translation to national language
How To Get On
- Submitted directly to EuroHockey via the EuroHockey Portal
Criteria & Level
- Grant applicants must submit a recommendation letter from a EuroHockey member national association, thus ensuring that their project is undertaken in line with contemporary issues and has the highest practical value possible.
- Participants must be working towards a masters or PHD.